Inspired by the adventure and imagination that we love from classic science-fiction, No Man's Sky presents you with a galaxy to explore, filled with unique planets and lifeforms, and constant danger and action. In No Man's Sky, every star is the light of a distant sun, each orbited byInspired by the adventure and imagination that we love from classic science-fiction, No Man's Sky presents you with a galaxy to explore, filled with unique planets and lifeforms, and constant danger and action. In No Man's Sky, 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. Fly smoothly from deep space to planetary surfaces, with no loading screens, and no limits. In this infinite procedurally generated universe, you'll discover places and creatures that no other players have seen before - and perhaps never will again.
Embark on an epic voyage
At the centre of the galaxy lies a irresistible pulse which draws you on a journey towards it to learn the true nature of the cosmos. But, facing hostile creatures and fierce pirates, you'll know that death comes at a cost, and survival will be down to the choices you make over how you upgrade your ship, your weapon and suit.
Find your own destiny
Your voyage through No Man's Sky is up to you. Will you be a fighter, preying on the weak and taking their riches, or taking out pirates for their bounties? Power is yours if you upgrade your ship for speed and weaponry.
Or a trader? Find rich resources on forgotten worlds and exploit them for the highest prices. Invest in more cargo space and you'll reap huge rewards.
Or perhaps an explorer? Go beyond the known frontier and discover places and things that no one has ever seen before. Upgrade your engines to jump ever farther, and strengthen your suit for survival in toxic environments that would kill the unwary.
Share your journey
The galaxy is a living, breathing place. Trade convoys travel between stars, factions vie for territory, pirates hunt the unwary, and the police are ever watching. Every other player lives in the same galaxy, and you can choose to share your discoveries with them on a map that spans known space. Perhaps you will see the results of their actions as well as your own...…
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Co-Op Gameplay, No Man's Sky NEXT Update - Xbox One X
Jul 29, 2018Don’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.
Official Xbox Magazine UKSep 12, 2018Wonderful for exploration but has some issues with resource management. [Oct 2018, p.75]
Aug 15, 2018Two years after its initial release, No Man’s Sky have developed into a whole different game. Tons of new content, several updates and patches for the online section, more features for crafting system, new missions, and many, many more added features have made NMS a valuable title.
Jul 30, 2018Technically, No Man’s Sky delivers the idea Hello Games promised — a massive sci-fi playground for you to explore. However, once you’ve spent some time poking around, it’s hard not to notice that the playground feels fairly empty, even two years later and after massive content additions.
Jul 24, 2018Beware of reviews from the old version of the game!!
The game on launch 2 years ago was rocky, to say the least. It a put of people ofBeware of reviews from the old version of the game!!
The game on launch 2 years ago was rocky, to say the least. It a put of people of people off from trying the game since.
Which is a shame, as the subsequent updates added a lot to the game, and refined much of the gameplay.
Now the 'NEXT' update has landed, the biggest one yet, it overhauls a lot of gameplay that people weren't happy with, and adds a ton of new and awesome content.
One of the best games I've played!…
Jul 24, 2018Careful with people putting bad reviews from the bad initial launch (2016) !
The game changed so much with what was said, it's nowCareful with people putting bad reviews from the bad initial launch (2016) !
The game changed so much with what was said, it's now wonderful, every screenshot can be a professional picture, a true piece of art !
I love to get lost on a planet look to the sky and see ringed planet with freighter in front of me.
With an main story that last around 30 hours, secondary quests, community event and co-op multiplayer, this bring so much fun, for example destroying an alien eggs to make your friend get attacked by aliens can be funny ;)
I'm really in love with this game and I recommend it !…
Jul 24, 2018This game is a calm, exploration based game. Do NOT go into this game expecting huge amounts of action. It has great graphics on the Xbox OneThis game is a calm, exploration based game. Do NOT go into this game expecting huge amounts of action. It has great graphics on the Xbox One port and has stunning clouds and sunrises. You can join your friends, or a random person, or even just go it alone and on rare occasion find another player, and then build a base together. Two bases. Ten bases. A hundred. You can build as many bases as you want, and they can be as big as you want. Mine resources together. Build together. Explore together. Whatever you want, but again, don't go in expecting GTA or EVE.
Not only that, but it has a large 30 hour story, where you may need to make some tough choices. There are procedurally created missions, and an economy system across many different stars. You can go into space stations and customise your character. And while the developers have been updating the game, the players have been making their own additions. They have made "civilizations" in No Man's Sky. Large groups of players dedicated to roleplaying, farming, or perhaps just documentation are numerous and eager to gain new members.
That's not to say the game is without flaws, however. As with any procedurally created game, there will always be rare bugs, and this is especially true for No Man's Sky and its 18 quintillion planets. If a planet is designated as the last one in a star system, then you cannot use a quick-travel system called "Portals" to go to that planet. On exceedingly rare occasions, you can fall through the floor when exiting your ship. However, there are plenty of easy workarounds for these glitches.
And while I did say to not expect action, there is somewhat of a thrill. There is a "Space Police" that doesn't like when you harm a planet's environment or shoot at civilian ships. Certain dangerous animals can hunt you down and attack you. You will sometimes warp into a star system and you will be met with a massive cargo ship under attack from space pirates.
I would highly recommend this game, with its dedicated community and chilled out gameplay. And again, DO NOT BUY THIS GAME IF YOU WANT AN EXTREME ACTION-THRILLER EXPERIENCE.…
Jul 25, 2018Eat your heart out E3 2016 trailer!
Let’s talk about redemption, very VERY rarely have there been such complete and total evolutions to theEat your heart out E3 2016 trailer!
Let’s talk about redemption, very VERY rarely have there been such complete and total evolutions to the base product. What’s even more rare is that it’s a non-subscription/non-free to play game; meaning the company has not been making money throughout the process to the degree it would have otherwise. That said, this is a masterpiece, HG has completely re-envisioned the 2016 release. The only nit picks are minor ones and it’s easy to see the added potential the future holds.
This is in most ways, better than the 2016 E3 trailer and in the ways it is not, it’s easy to see both by track record and dedication, it will be.…
Aug 28, 20181-Crazy overpriced
2- even with the lies weeded out (or half added in a game not designed for them very long after the people who wanted to1-Crazy overpriced
2- even with the lies weeded out (or half added in a game not designed for them very long after the people who wanted to play mutliplayer or other fake features lost interest completely), it's still over 18 quintillion planets with none of the announced moons, stars, solar systems, or anything to do except grinding for ressources in order to grind for more ressources to eventually reach incoherently generated pieces of fake empty plot that promises to make a new star/planet, but actually DOESN'T.
People who bought the highly hyped, very soon useless pre-launch goodies were crippled with bugs and many couldn't progress at all --- there was no refunds on that.
I might give it a try (I played at a friend's house originally) if it was a 1$ mobile app, or a free web game. Because the FPS rate is similar to what you'd expect from these when it's not written very well... also, I wouldn't bother until 2 more YEARS of patches, because it's still a mostly static theme park where you have to mine a lot.....…
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