Throughout the month IGN will be releasing “IGN First” material for the upcoming game No Man's Sky from Hello Games. The indie title has been the subject of a heck of a lot of discussion and gamers finally get to sample a small taste of what the gameplay will be like.
At Geoff Keighley's Game Awards 2014, one of the games that received a bit of world premiere gameplay footage was Hello Games' No Man's Sky. The game is an intergalactic adventure title that kind of pushes the definition of “open world” to galactic heights.
No Man's Sky meteoric rise to fame came from its dedication to showcasing actual gameplay footage and aiming big with ambitious ideas. Well, according to Hello Games, all the hype and media attention is great for getting a game coverage, but the hype can also ruin the potential of the game, too.
My goodness, every time I think that No Man's Sky has reached its limit of awesome there's always some new bit of information that comes along that makes me feel as if we're all rediscovering this game for the very first time. That's exactly how it feels with the latest dev doc.
While we have the typical shooter trash and annual recycle-fests, Hello Games' No Man's Sky is aiming to be so much more than that.
Many, many awards were given out to games at Spike VGX last night. However, the biggest winner of the night was a game that wasn't even nominated: No Man's Sky from Hello Games.
The makers of Joe Danger, Hello Games, decided to break out the announcement trailer for a fully procedural, galactic sci-fi title called No Man's Sky. It's a foray into space adventure by the small company who branched out from the side-scrolling stunt-racer like they had some sort of artistic epiphany of GOTY proportions.
Joe Danger, the stuntman with a heart of gold and a will of iron, is set to continue his adventures through the world of videogames, this time triple-back-flipping onto the PC in a worldwide physical retail release featuring the original Joe Danger, Joe Danger 2: The Movie and a bunch of other goodies to boot.
With the summer movie blockbuster season winding down, adrenaline junkies are in need of a new action hero to take the wheel and steer everyone over a fiery chasm of awesomeness. Joe Danger is one such hero and, in his upcoming Xbox Live Arcade game Joe Danger 2: The Movie, he aims to do exactly that. And now that Hello Games has announced a Sept. 14 release date, we know exactly when he aims to do exactly that, too.
Hello Games released a gameplay trailer for their stunt racing game Joe Danger 2: The Movie today. It showcases a few of the film-inspired tracks that players will experience in the game.
Everybody knows that stunts are way more dangerous (and thus entertaining) when executed in more confined spaces. That’s precisely why every gamer on the go should be excited for Joe Danger ’s death-defying leap from the PlayStation 3 onto the iOS platform.
Stunt motorbiking game Joe Danger will be expanding beyond the console market soon. Developer Hello Games has confirmed that they're developing iOS and Android versions and it's said to be very different than the game available on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Hello Games will be celebrating the holidays by releasing new DLC for their Xbox Live Arcade stunt-racing game Joe Danger Special Edition. The Santa DLC pack will add a little Christmas cheer to the game for no charge.
Former PS3 exclusive Joe Danger will arrive on the Xbox 360 in one week. Today Microsoft announced a December 14th release date for Joe Danger Special Edition.
Microsoft Studios delivered the promised trailer for Joe Danger Special Edition today. It gives Xbox 360 owners perhaps their first look at the downloadable stunt bike game from Hello Games.