No Man's Sky - A Test Of Tenacity | Geekfeed Review

Whether No Man’s Sky is worth your cash depends largely on how you want to spend your time, your level of patience, your love of exploration, and maybe your ability to take a break from time to time.
This is a game that is designed to be an experience far more than simply something you “beat.” In that way, I feel like No Man’s Sky is more of an experiment than it is a traditional game.

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Number_91216d ago

Seems like Destiny all over again. The game will sell on hype fortunately for Hello Games

CorndogBurglar1215d ago (Edited 1215d ago )

Like Destiny, this isn't selling based off of hype. People actually like it. I don't know why that is so hard for people like you to understand.

If Destiny had sold on hype alone, then there would not have been literally millions of people still playing a year and a half after launch. That isn't hype. There was obviously something there that they loved to keep them coming back that long. That means people love playing the game. Otherwise they would not have stuck around so long.

Why do you feel the need to crap on games like this? If you don't like it, there's nothing wrong with that. But you should be more willing to accept that there are a lot of people that do genuinely like it. Much like Destiny.

PistolsAtDawn1215d ago

Anyone else notice how on every other game, people RUSH to Metacritic to submit their reviews...but on this one, people are waiting and trying their hardest to salvage the game. Not surprising that despite all the crashes, glitches, server issues, and lack of gameplay that a "playstation" site gave the game a 9/10

ecchiless1215d ago

IGN Spain is not a playstation site....
And you, well we know what you are....

Mulando1215d ago

Sry, but I never trusted IGNs taste. Their taste is just not mine. Whateever IGN site you pick it was always the same ;).

Keltech1215d ago (Edited 1215d ago )

What is a Xbox fanboy for 800

Ding, ding, ding, ding..

No, no one has noticed you delusional troll.

ninsigma1215d ago

Or maybe for once (finally) reviewers are taking the time needed to actually review the game properly. Good or bad scores don't matter, the fact reviewers aren't rushing them out is something that I see as a huge positive from the release of this game. I'd like to see that more often.

Getting the game today and looking forward to trying it out. Honestly i could get really bored but I appreciate the work the devs have done and I want to experience this for myself. Whether I like it or not, at least I can say I've played it to have an opinion.

akurtz1215d ago

how did you experience crashes, glitches, server issues and found it to be lacking in gameplay if you... havent played it?

CorndogBurglar1215d ago (Edited 1215d ago )

I have yet to witness any of these crashes, glitches, or server issues.

The game has ran perfectly. Granted I've only played for about 10 hours at this point, but surely I would have had something happen in that time if it were truly as bad as you say' right?

InMyOpinion1215d ago

I've had 2 crashes, but I didn't lose anything and it doesn't bother me much. Amazing game!

DanteVFenris6661215d ago

The game has very few glitches, or crashed. In 10 hours it's crashed one time.

I've experienced zero glitches

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boing11215d ago (Edited 1215d ago )

The sense of wonder is unparalleled. But the game is absolutely not for everybody. I can imagine the gameplay loop can become a chore for some, especially at the beginning where you have to manage your inventory all the time. I love it though. There is something very unique about this expierence. I was playing 4 hours last night and even though I was mainly mining and crafting, I can't wait to get back home and explore more. Everyone should at least try it. it's worth the money IMO, but you have to be sure that this is the expierence for You. This is definitely one of those 'love it or hate it' games. There is no middle ground.

CorndogBurglar1215d ago (Edited 1215d ago )

You said it perfectly. I was playing last night and just didn't want to put the controller down.

I'm only on my 2nd planet afted 10 hours. Every time I'm about to leave I see some other marker that I want to explore.

Why? Because you never know what you'll find. For instance, I found a rundown science outpost last night. There was a big glass tube with some weird red organism inside, almost like the blob axcept it was pulsing, like it was breathing almost. The tube was broken and the organism was spreading throughout the building. When i read the computer terminal it gave a little back-story to what had happened, then gave me an anti-toxin upgrade for my suit.

Point is, if I had left the planet earlier I never would have seen that. It makes me wonder what other stuff is waiting on that planet and all the others. Also, how many people leave planets too quickly and never see anything like that?

It just adds something to the game, knowing that there are these unique things that can be found aside from just new animals, plants, and crafting materials.

Also, if you haven't gone underwater yet I highly recommend it. Its beautiful.