No Man's Sky
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About this game
Developer: Hello Games
Content Rating: Teen
No Man's Sky is an epic science fiction adventure set across an infinite universe, in which every star is the light of a distant sun, each orbited by planets filled with life, and you can go to any of them you choose. In this infinite procedurally generated universe, you'll discover places and creatures that no other players have seen before - and perhaps never will again. A mystery lies at the center 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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Don’t be guided by the game’s daunting history. No Man’s Sky is now a near-outstanding experience that sits in a league of its own. Despite some issues with the game’s textures, delayed rendering and some unstable framerates, No Man’s Sky is a diverse, deep and ambitious player-shaped adventure that’s constantly intriguing. Hello Games’ dedication and commitment simply needs to be appreciated.
Flying from planet to planet in search of the universe’s rarest materials and technologies in No Man’s Sky NEXT scratches an exploratory itch. It still carries a lot of caveats: It’s mechanically repetitive no matter what planet you’re on, the dull combat should be avoided whenever possible, and bugs are plentiful. But buying new ships and building new things is enough motivation to make it entrancing – for a while, at least.
No Man’s Sky has reached a point where not only does it meet initial promises, it now exceeds them. It is always a welcome sight to see a company to support a product after it’s launch, especially one with such a troubled one. What the game has always been successful at doing is creating moments of visual wonder and sense of scale of the universe. Now it does that even better and adds a whole bunch of functionality that makes getting around in that experience easier.