A new trailer for No Man’s Sky aired at this year’s The Game Awards event, and oh boy does it look sexy. No Man’s Sky is a sci-fi dream, the closest we’ll ever get to planets similar to those of Star Wars, the epitome of what indie devs can achieve, and a game we can’t wait to get our hands on it. It’s a really promising game that will come first on PS4 and afterwards on the PC. It looks amazing – albeit the really awful and noticeable pop-ins – so go ahead and take a look at its trailer! Continue reading No Man’s Sky – The Game Awards 2014 Trailer Is A Sci-Fi Dream
In the latest issue of Edge, Hello Games’ Sean Murray confirmed that No Man’s Sky will be coming to the PC after the PS4 release. While the game will be timed exclusive on PS4 for a while, there is no doubt that it will hit our platforms at a later date (though we don’t know whether it will be three, six, nine or twelve months). Continue reading Confirmed: No Man’s Sky Coming To PC After PS4 Release
Hello Games has released two E3 2014 trailers for its upcoming title, No Man’s Sky. No Man’s Sky is a science-fiction game about exploration and survival in an infinite procedurally generated universe. The game looks phenomenal and players can visit every damn planet they see in its universe. Enjoy! Continue reading No Man’s Sky – E3 2014 Trailers Look Phenomenal
Hello Games claimed – on a blog post yesterday – that No Man’s Sky won’t be affected by the recent water flood on its office. The development team won’t let a delay happen, even though it lost all its PCs, laptops, equipment, furniture and dev-kits. Continue reading No Man’s Sky Won’t Be Affected By The Recent Water Flood
Man, what an awful way to end the year. Hello Games announced today that its office was flooded and that ‘everything in the office has pretty much been lost.’ This means that the team’s work on No Man’s Sky has been lost, which sounds really, really awful. And the one million dollar question is: did Hello Games back its work or not? The team did not reveal anything regarding No Man’s Sky, so hopefully there is a back up from an earlier build. Hopefully.
Hello Games has released the debut trailer of its latest game called No Man’s Sky. No Man’s Sky can be described as Minecraft Meets Spore in a procedural environment as every planet is procedural, every planet is unique and every planet can be explored. The interesting part here is that the game focuses on exploration and seems to have unlimitless planets for players to explore and harvest. The concept sounds interesting, so we’ll now have to wait and see whether Hello Games will be able to hook us up with this new title. Enjoy! Continue reading No Man’s Sky Is “Minecraft Meets Spore”, Debut Trailer Released