A leaked screen of No Man's Sky from the preview event.
HMMMMMM , VERY INTERESTING ! 🤔🙂
Here is a better quality screen. http://i.imgur.com/RWMrVcj.... You can read the dialogue options better.
Attempt to explain that you are a peaceful creature. I don't know why that option made me laugh so hard. Sounds like someone is gettin shot, regardless of the explanation.
Yeah, in an interview they explained things can get hostile from miscommunication, because you have no idea what they are saying until you learn their language. If you align with certain races eventually, other races will be hostile towards you.
I don't understand why they couldn't show anything like this before. Finally one of the features they've been touting. Even if through a leak.
Lol yup Love that set up by the way.
@ Garrett In the past, Sean Murray said that there would be no NPCs in the game, and that was because he didn't want to promise something they couldn't deliver. They haven't over-promised anything that they haven't shown already. They're a small team with large ambitions, and making promises like that would be disastrous a decision. This stuff really isn't hard to grasp. They weren't ready to show it until now. Would you rather they show something before they know they have the resource for such features?
The addition of dialogue is huge news and an important new string to this game's bow. Every new morsel just further solidifies my day one purchase. Where are all the "but what do you actually DO?" people? They never come to the articles that explain what you do - they prefer to hang out in the '$60?! WAH?!' types of articles and they're missing out on information that will answer the things they are 'concerned' about. ;^P
Looks like heisenberg is on the far left hand side.
out of the thousand games that come out after it, until the end of the year? ...highly unlikely.
@zidane - It's highly likely that out of all the GotY awards handed out, No Man's Sky will win at least one of them.
best indie title for sure.
This destroys everything the haters have said. Every step of the way their argument crumbles. First they introduced trading, then FPS combat with massive robots, now dialogue options with alien life forms. What's next? Are we going to see minecraft like building? NMS is looking so good.
i think people will be very surprised with how great this game is gonna be. right now many are thinking $60 for a indie game but this indie could be the biggest game of this gen
I want to play this game so bad but I don't think my graphics card can handle id ( AMD HD 7770). Also don't have a PS4, and don't really have the money for it as I'm saving up for a new synthesizer. One day I'm definitely going to play this though as it looks like a lot of fun.
Yea I think I may have to take a chance on this. it's seeming like a true next gen experience.
I can't freaking wait. If this is announced for VR I'm going to lose it. I've never been more excited for a game.
It's already confirmed to be in development for vr.....at least for oculus....as for PlayStation vr I really don't know....I don't think it would because it would need to run at at least 60fps
@ Fries Stop making things up as facts!
@emad: It has been passively confirmed. http://www.gamespot.com/art... "I don't know what I'm allowed to say" implies that it is being worked on, but he is currently unable to speak in detail about it. There would be no logical reason to say that if they were not working on it.
Looking forward to this game!
I think this is one of the best new IP of this year. Lets see if it delivers.
Hmm... Okay. If there's active interaction, ability to make choices with them effecting the forward course of the game and creating characterizations for NPCs - just NPCs - then this is a $60 game. As much as I have issues with $60 online-only games.
They've confirmed that you can play completely offline.
I hadn't seen where they had confirmed NMS as being online or offline, but I'd liken it more to Journey where the thrust of the actual experience is solo, but you may meet someone else at some point in your journey.
It was confirmed in this interview with GameInformer: http://goo.gl/czSLu7 Edit: URL won't paste properly, so here's a shortened URL even though it's not generally good form to post shortened URLs.
@duby Thanks for the link! That's some good news...I was wondering if the procedural generation would require a connection but apparently that's not a concern at all. It's weird because it seems like a lot of people's hype was huge at the reveal & then slowly tapered off, but for me I'm anticipating this game more these days now that we have seen more of its gameplay & mechanics. Also hoping it does some cool stuff w/ sound design.
@jb227 If you're excited about the sound design, these might interest you: http://www.gameinformer.com... https://vimeo.com/91805298
It's crazy how much misinformation surrounds this game. It's 100% offine if you choose to. It's pretty much an algorithm on disc, it probably won't even take up much space on the HDD.
There's a lot of misinformation because they've barely given any tangible information. This dialogue leak is the first we're even seeing of anything that could resemble sentient alien life that you can interact with. Let alone any possibility of trade. They've really dropped the ball no marketing this.
It releases in 3 months. The offline has been known for a while. I'm glad they're not talking about it too much. The discovery is part of the excitement, in my opinion.
Discovery is part of the excitement. But learning about BASIC FEATURES should not be a part of that excitement. Why the hell do you think there is so much negativity surrounding this game? Because something like communicating with an alien had to be revealed from a leak. Because all they've shown so far is a tiny amount of exploring and a tiny amount of shooting.
@ garrettbobbyferguson OH PLEASE..... I keep seeing you in these No Man's Sky articles talking the same nonsense. This information was out there days ago. Do you want to know what that represents? It's a perfect example of you not bothering to do your research into the game. And if you didn't know about this until now, then how much more are you neglecting to bother looking into. The info is out there. There's tons of it. There's a fairly large (incomplete) Wiki already dedicated to the game and its features and it's not even released yet. http://secretonline.github.... They talked about trading years ago. It was a KEYWORD in the most recent trailer. For what this game represents to the casual gamer, Sony has marketed the game just as they need to. For the more hardcore gamers like ourselves who desire more knowledge, it's to be found and it doesn't take much mental capacity. Help yourself, because at this point, none of us should have to. So really, you are concerned about the negativity that stems from the stupidity and ignorance of the lazy folks who want to be spoon fed everything about a game they could understand if they took their minds out of the gutter? I don't think that is really the game's problem if that is why people are being negative about the game. Having said that, the most recent press previews were largely positive, insightful and mentioned craving more of the experience.
with almost every single disc game, it installs tens of gigabytes. this is most likely no different.
Your right, the game won't take up much HDD space. In related news, Dreams will be less than a GB. It's nice that we can have grounbreaking games that don't rape our HDD. NMS is looking better and better.
garrett they not only said already that there would be trading but there will be complete alien languages, so really dialogue trees is something we should have seen coming. Also I agree with others that the whole vibe of this game is finding things out for yourself. If you need it all served up for you on a plate its probably not your type of game. Thats alright, many will feel the same. Just dont blame the devs cos theyre trying to do things a bit differently.
There is active interaction. The idea being that you have to learn the language of the NPC's in order to trade for the best materials and blueprints...and for alliances. However, to learn the languages will take exploration to find the remnants of their particular civilization on different planets. Trial and error could lead to them thinking that you are hostile and you losing out on that opportunity.
So, kinda like the system used in the game "Out There", where you encounter dif races and slowly learn alien words to enable understandable dialogue.
They've mentioned about this aspect of the gameplay before, but very interesting to see it. This is just another example of how this game is deeper than the lazy haters give it credit for. Hello Games is offering so much for players here. The gameplay is quite diverse, and yet people still are unsure. Even more, Sean has said that there's loads more that they're not wanting to reveal and let players discover for themselves which is so, so good.
I getting pumped for this game slowly and steadily
I like this... some form of interaction. . hopefully I get to see more towards release.. - xoxo
No Man's Sky will have so much more than ppl expect. Compare the multitude of features it has (dialogue options included) to Elite Dangerous. Yet, i don't hear the mass criticism of that game. This just confirms that No Man's Sky has plenty of meaningful things to do. I guess there will be intelligent interaction with advanced alien life forms. You obviously will build some sort of narrative, i am so excited.
no mans sky going to be a amazing. just think if they have a trophies for you to visit every planet lol have to hook up the time machine. this games going to be addictive
Lol a game in 2016 has dialogue options. so new and creative.
The hype-frenzy continues, even basic additions are somehow astronomically amazing, lol. I am getting this game eventually but there isn't enough info to know if it's really worth $60, or if it's only worth a few dollars to go to some planets and see the same repeated dinosaurs, only with fins this time.
A health bar is a basic addition, dialogue options which is sometimes costs more money then you'd make in a lifetime. For example witchers or fallouts which have tons of voice actors and a book of lines
These are the kind of comments people who dont know anything about the game make. There is alot of information out there. This game compares with similarly priced single player games to say it does not is being disingenuous. Hey opinions though right?
I normally don't do pre-orders anymore,but this could be something really special this gen.Limited edition.
@Gwiz - I've always found it strange how a new and un-established IP can have a limited/collectors edition in the first place. I see where you are coming from with this one. I believe this could be a very special game too. So, for the first time ever I'm pre-ordering the Limited Edition of a new IP.
Can't wait, my pc is ready.
So is what the player looks like? Or is that an alien?
This is an alien scientist from one of the factions.
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