No Man's Sky has no doubt been a highlight title for PS4 owners to look forward to, but some remain skeptical of this new title. This is how TZR's Ben finally got sold.
Day one for me since it was first shown at VGX 2013.
Same here. I really hope the rumours are true that they are holding back on a release date becaue they are testing it out for Project Morpheus.
I'm going to give it about 2 weeks after release. Just in case. It's very ambitious which is why.
* I'm completely ok with just flying around, trading, discovering, buying new ships, fighting other ships, trying to find my favorite planets, naming planets, the journey itself.
I can see this game being a time sink. A time sink that I would be all about. Skyrim, you were good to me... but now... I have NMS.
"It's 3:30 AM?! OK just one more planet, then straight to bed."
I had to give my girlfriend a verbal disclaimer stating that she could not be mad at me when I get this game and Fallout 4. "Come to bed!", "NOO!, I'm in the middle of an intergalactic conflict for. Xan'a'reth's resources, woman!!!"
@Grubster "Winter is coming."
@GurbsterBeater I'm pretty lucky in that regard. Girlfriend is a huge Fallout fan. Means I gotta get two copies but we will both be up until 4AM on a regular basis when that game comes out
@ SmokingMonkey RIP Henchman No. 24 lol @Yetter I wish my girlfriend was more into the games I am, she just likes SNES games, which happens to be on my top 3 consoles of all time. I got her playing Secret of Mana, Secret of Evermore, Chrono Trigger, Super Mario RPG, and FF6 :)
I think i will have to put a limit on myself to 10 planets a day
I used to be an explorer like you, then I took a laser in the knee.
I just love exploration, even in star citizen all I care about is transportation, fps and trades.
This game is what me and my friends wished and dreamed would be possible like 15 years ago. Space battles, space exploration, mining for resources... I feel like I'm gonna have a siezure when I think about playing this game. My body is so ready for Hello Games' masterpiece that is No Man's Sky :)
The game is fine if it is a game for you. Simple as that. And people will still get "disappointed". Because somehow they refused to see that the game was not for them.
It's unlike anything else and we aren't really going to know how much we like it, or what we like about it until we get our hands on it. It's a weird game b/c it's like a single player exploartion game even though there may be 1000's of other gamers out there. Imagine the feeling of coming accross another player in the vastness of space. Forget Journey, it would be insane b/c of the unlikliness. Though, also b/c you may come accross another player and never even know it b/c he won't be differentiated from the AI.
FYI- This beauty is also coming to PC. Hopefully with VR support eventually.
Why if you don't like this slick game, you don't have to buy IT /
I am guessing we will get a release date at Paris game week. I really hope this releases before the holidays.
I'm looking forward to it, but I've hampered my expectations tremendously since it was first shown at VGX
Every time they release new details I just want it more and more.
Been sold since the original announcement of the game. I look at the stars every night and wish I could get off of this planet.
Good read. I was very skeptical, but now see it's much more than what was initially revealed.
I'm not. Massive open worlds get boring fast if tasks are repetitive or lacking. The game is too big, so there's no sense of "getting there" to the finish. "That's the point of the game though, there is no end". Then why am I playing? I think the idea is cool, but the lack of info so far has me lost, and I think with the size and human nature combined, the game will get boring fast. People get bored with Witcher 3 and Skyrim due to the map size for god sake.
It's not for you. You've known that for some time now. Don't know why you're still voicing that opinion.
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