Reviews are starting to roll in for No Man’s Sky, the highly anticipated space and planetary exploration game featuring a massive procedurally generated universe
Here’s what people are saying so far:
Gamepot review in progress
- “Despite the fact that there is a tangible formula beneath it all, No Man’s Sky can instill a grand sense of wonder.”
Destructoid review in progress
- Well, after finally playing No Man’s Sky, I can say it’s not everything you probably hoped it would be, but Hello Games has delivered on a lot of what it set out to do when the spark of the idea happened five years back.
- “You could spend all of your time maximizing weapons to take out space police, but the shooting isn’t very fun nor is it rewarding. Besides, don’t you want to get back to exploring?”
WATCH: The first 30 minutes of No Man’s Sky
No Man’s Sky is an immense game, featuring 18 quintillion (18 followed by 18 zero’s), planets. This means every player is going to have a different experience, meeting different aliens, finding different flora and fauna, mining different resources, and having their own unique adventures.
It is this sense of discovery and endless possibility that makes No Man’s Sky such an intriguing game. It evokes the same feeling we have when we look up into space, letting our imagination run wild with the possibilities amongst the stars.
No Man’s Sky is available on PS4 and PC, but not on Xbox One
For Xbox One owners, No Man’s Sky remains as elusive as a real trip into space, as the game has only been released on Playstation 4 and PC so far.
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- BUSINESS INSIDER: http://www.businessinsider.com/no-mans-sky-review-2016-8