Daniel Krupa Writes ""We want trading to be fun. We want it to be understandable, because already the game’s already quite large," says Sean Murray, co-founder of Hello Games and the one of the lead architects behind No Man's Sky."
interesting. every time they release more info, i just want the game even more.
Exactly. I've been sold on the concept of the game since the announcement, just sell me a copy already.
Just wanna point this out https://www.youtube.com/wat... This thing has made some headway since this video. They got the scale done alot better than NMS. But they're slow as **** Anyhow, I cannot wait for NMS.
What's your point?
What do you mean whats my point? I'm pointing out another awesome looking space game where they can enter the atmosphere from space. What other point could I be making? Unless you disagree that the scale is done better? As I said above too, they're slow as ****, they're taking AGES to get it done. Whereas NMS looks finished and has implemented many other mechanics into it already.
Their office was flooded and erased almost all progress they made with the game. Sorry that you can't buy it yet :c
WHat are talking about sinspirit? NMS was the one with the office flooded. Project infinity was never flooded. I'm complaining about infinity taking ages not NMS. NMS looks basically finished. It has lots of great features in too. Whereas infinity barely have anything else othe than the planets done.
Yes. I was talking about NMS. That was quite obvious.
I didn't want this game until yesterday. And the reason being is because the message of what the game is was muddled and very convoluted... After reading about the economy and seeing the how you can play the game any way you want. It's really become more than something that's just an interesting concept.
Looks really good so far:)
I'll travel endlessly.
I actually wonder how long it would take to travel from one end to the other.
Well in a interveiw video it took him about 1 to 2 minutes to travel from a planet he discovered to get somewhere nearly close to the center of the universe, at a pace that looked like it was covering light years in seconds, and to put that into perspective, a ship that you, me or anyone else that would be piloting didnt/wont even register as a pixel to how far he zoomed out the camera. Sorta too big to fathom.
Actually this is what scares me, the chaotic size of this simulated universe is intimidating and you can only explore so much before moving on to the next game. I cant help the bad feeling that I will be forced to move on at some point knowing that, in reality, I haven't even 'completed' 0.0001% of the game. My question is will it have some kind of leveling/ranking system that will help you return for months even years to come, like say Diablo?
Looks like it tries to do too much without doing any one thing particularly well.
how, exactly, does it "look" that way?
@ Bennissimo Nice assumption about a game you have never played, and have very limited information on thus far. Also, judging by your comment history, it seems you don't have a PS4, or have any intention of procuring yourself one in the foreseeable future. Have fun with Halo, because I'll be enjoying this masterpiece when it is released.
Could say the same about your assumption Grubster
You could, Waverebel. Except my "assumption" wasn't a poor attempt at trolling on an article about a game that I have no intention of even giving a chance because I'm a Xbox fanboy, like what Bennissimo was doing. Nice try though.
Maybe the one thing it does well is doing many different things pretty good?
The size of this game scares me. Theres just so much to do in it.
Go for the center of the galaxy. That'll be my goal. I can't explore just for the sake of it(in a video game at least). I'm someone who needs a goal or something to work towards. Probably why I like souls series so much and why I dislike Skyrim. That is what i'm looking forward to in this. It should last me a long ass time too. I will explore, but not just for the sake of it, although i'll likely stop on every planet I see while making that journey to the center...know what I mean? I will explore, but on my way to teh center or if I need to upgrade etc get to the center but take my time doing it.
Your going to see a lot of Planet TPs and Planet Bungholes in Space. :)
This is the type of game we dreamed about, and talked about like 15 to 20 years ago. I cannot wait.
Too excited, this game is going to take up a lot of my time. Space exploration, mining, mining actual planet sized planets, upgrades, space battles, warp drive, accidently entering a ongoing space battle after exiting warp drive even though you were trying to leave one, meeting neutral online players, trading post, needing necessary resources for your travels, and most importantly not being restricted to play an objective. I'll probably discover/own 20 entire solar systems(including planets and life forms) about 3 yrs after this game release, with that as my goal I wouldnt even be upset if somebody topped it.
My girlfriend is going to be so neglected when this game comes out. Hahaha
I hope they implement first person/thrid person view. would be nice.
This is how I imagined Destiny, jump into a ship and travel to different planets for missions (turned out to be a generic fps). I love the exploration aspect of No Mans Sky!
I'm going to be interested to see if in a few years a dev essentially tries to combine the two (openness of NMS with more structured missions of Destiny). It would be really hard with millions of planets, but maybe if they made like 50 planets but with more developed cities, NPCs, etc.
Yeah, that would be amazing, I really hope we get to see that type of game this generation.
I honestly thought destiny was going to be the type of game you just explained, even if it had about 15 planets at base, I would have been satisfied, but instead I was greatly disappointed, especially with having to drop about $20 per dlc to get a story or understanding of the lore.
Agreed and agreed! Hell, thats what I want Mass Effect to be! Its like.....they are doing this to a HUGE scale, ME would be limited, EA, Bioware......make it happen! lol
@One2thr I agree but you do learn alot of lore from grimoire cards
lol, came to play a game not read a damn book! What game conveys its whole damn story OUT OF THE GAME? Though I agree they help build the world, I'd rather a damn NPC tell me that in game vs in some text online else where. Same goes for the codex in Mass Effect, its just poor game design. Love Fallout, love Elders Scrolls as they leave the info to found in the world to have the player learn and experience such things.
So I should turn away from the game that I dropped $60 on, go on to a website to read the lore of a game, that has a big enough development team to implement it inside of their created title. That's awful, now it sounds like they just throw something together, and had a just "wing-it" attitude towards the story, and a majority of that story is only accessible by going online.
Buying a 980Ti for this game, with my triple monitor setup this game is going to be absolutely breathtaking on it.
This game makes me want a 70 inch flatscreen. It is so beautiful!
Have you checked it will work? not all games support triple screen
This is one game that deserves triple screen support.
I'm still interested at the price point for this game. Very excited for it though.
I kinda hope that they would includes Blackholes, Quasar, and Planet Earth.
I feel like this is such a perfect game for chilling out... if that's how you want to play. So many options... and man those colours. I wonder what the music will be like. I'm hypnoised just by Sean's voice already!
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