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The delay for No Man's Sky was really no secret but the delay was somewhat exacerbated by the rumor mill, which had some wildly dense speculation about how badly the game would be delayed. Well, when Sean Murray from Hello Games tried to explain the delay on Twitter, he was met with some not-so-kind responses from some people.
While No Man’s Sky proved to be an overly ambitious space exploration game with an equally-ambitious release date, the inevitable seems to have caught up with the Hello Games team. Reports have indicated the game could be delayed.
Would you play No Man's Sky in VR if it supported the option? Well, according to the founder of Hello Games, Sean Murray, he thinks that No Man's Sky and VR are a perfect fit, and that it could be possible for the galactic exploration game could get support for headsets sometime down the road.
We still know practically nothing about the lore in the upcoming PC and PS4 title, No Man's Sky. The game won't have a traditional story per se, but the founder of Hello Game explained that some renown creative minds in the sci-fi field have lent their talents to the project.
Despite Hello Games' No Man's Sky being an indie title, the game has been treated very much like an AAA release amongst gamers and the press. The title is always spotlighted in the news for every little tidbit and morsel of info that appears, and in this case we've discovered that the official release date for the soundtrack will be on June 17.
Hello Games' No Man's Sky just been priced by a very unlikely source... GOG.com. The game is currently available for pre-order from CD Projekt's digital distribution outlet for the going price of $59.99. The game is set to go live on PC and PS4 this June.
No Man’s Sky has been in development since 2013, so it’s been almost three years of polishing and improving, so it’s exciting to see Hello Games finally nail down a release date, which makes the possibility of No Man’s Sky suddenly truly feel like a reality. No Man’s Sky is slated for a June 21 release date this year, this year!
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.