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No Man's Sky (PS4)

Platform : PlayStation 4
2.6 out of 5 stars 1,004 customer reviews

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  • Explore a universe of possibilities - With over 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 (18 quintillion) possible planets, No Man's Sky's procedurally generated galaxy gives players an unparalleled opportunity to explore worlds that no one has ever visited before.
  • Forge your own path to the centre of the galaxy - Whether you consider yourself a trader, an explorer or a fighter, there's no limit to how you play No Man's Sky.
  • Share your discoveries - Everyone starts No Man's Sky on the outer rim of the same unexplored galaxy.
  • Space combat on a grand scale - Make enemies and forge alliances by joining battles between the factions that occupy the galaxy.
  • Trade your way through the galaxy - Violence is not the only route to success.
  • Prepare yourself for exploration - By upgrading your engines, you can travel further and faster, pushing at the frontiers of the known galaxy.
  • Discover a social galaxy - The galaxy is a living, breathing place, with trade convoys travelling between stars, pirates, police and military ships ever ready for action, and planets teeming with life.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B00ZG1S834
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm
  • Release Date: 10 Aug. 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,004 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 133 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Inspired by classic science-fiction and its overwhelming sense of adventure and imagination, Hello Games presents a game of unprecedented scale and ambition. In No Man’s Sky you explore an infinite universe where you will discover unique never-before-seen planets and lifeforms. A mystery lies at the centre of the galaxy, an irresistible pulse that draws you on an epic voyage to discover the true nature of the cosmos. Your journey will be charged with danger, encountering hostile creatures and fierce pirates; in order to survive, you will need to prepare, upgrading your ship, suit and weapons. Whether you choose to fight, trade or explore, every decision you make has consequences, shaping your journey as you travel ever deeper into No Man's Sky.

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No Man's Sky is a massive procedurally generated space exploration survivor simulator. Now while that is all true, what you expect for that sentence and what this game delivers are two entirely different things. No Man's Sky offers us the chance to hop in to a space ship and zoom around a massive universe discovering Galaxies, planets and alien lifeforms. Unfortunately for the player this may not be as fun as it sounds.

The player will travel from planet to planet and discover it's unique creatures, plants and environments as well as pick up new technology and harvest resources. In the first hours of the game this is exciting and it pulls you deep in to the the world that you happen to be on. This does not last however as you discover that you will be repeating yourself over and over again, in mining the same resource for hours on end. Seeing patterns in the creature that have no unique personalities, habits or traits outside of physical appearance. Repetitive combat both from the mindless drones on the ground and the space combat that will have you avoiding a fight simply because of its lack of fun.

No Man's Sky is an extremely lonely game in regards to NPCs, and though they exist their prescience is limited to small bases and space stations. Even then you are unlikely to find more than one at a time doing anything other than sitting in a chair ignoring you playing a space tablet.

Where this game truly shines is in the visuals as you come across beautiful planets where you may find yourself simply walking around enjoying the sights, or appreciating a planet from space while floating around in your ship. Sometimes just stopping for a second to take a breath and soaking in the environment can make it all worth it.
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I bought this game from the PSN store, in case anybody is wondering.

First, people will probably wonder why the game has such polarising reviews. Well, it's really as simple as the whole Marmite phenomenon. Some people hate it because of the lack of variety, story, action, and other such things. Others love it because of the wide, vast exploration range, the lore, the mystery, the survival elements, the classic sci fi vibe, and numerous other reasons. I don't personally sit on either side. I think it's a slightly tepid exploration with a flawed RNG system constructing planets which are mostly just barren and consisting primarily of bizarre looking fungi and giant dead leaves, with lifeforms that may or may not look precisely like those you had passed on your previous planet.

The one thing that bugged me was that I could not for the life of me find any lush, plant rich environments. I suppose it's a great analogy for our own galaxy but a game should not be educational assuming that education happens to damage the enjoyment of the game. Plus, I doubt that was the intention anyway. So if you were expecting to see the beautiful trees and grassy glades, roamed by huge docile dinosaur like creatures as shown in the original E3 trailer, expect to be vastly disappointed.

There is life, variety, intrigue, inspiration, potential, trading, surviving, fighting, mining, scavenging, and playing your own way, but for a game at this price I'd argue it is not worth it. I had to force myself a hiatus from the game simply so I could enjoy it more without burning myself out in a single session.
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Warning this review contains major spoilers (Edited version)

I have edited this review after the 1.05 patch which seems to have solved the crashes as I haven't experienced any since downloading in on the PS4, the edited notes appear at the end.

Like many people I've been waiting for this game release for a long time, after three years in production and several cancels release dates we finally got our hands on.... well what could be the start of a special game. I say could because at the moment this game just feels like the opening chapter of a book where there's not much going on but it sets the tone.

So what do we have then, well when the game isn't crashing or forcing a screen freeze (which happens quite a lot even after the 1.04 patch) it actually runs quite smoothly, the procedural loading is something that most open world gamers are used to although if you are flying you will need to slow down to allow such things as mineral deposits to spawn on the ground. beneath you. There are four civilizations that I know of (they could be more that I haven't come across yet) each one has it's own detailed if not confusing background story that you can learn if you so wish to do so. They are several dozen different designs of ships of which many look like Star Wars hybrids (the designer loved those Tie-Fighter wings there on 70% of the ships!!), flight to and from the planets is seamless which is nice to see (at first) as there are no load screens, the planet systems (1-6 planets) tend to be made up at least one barren planet, one planet full of life and several hash environments such as Toxic or Radioactivity.
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