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.Read full description
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 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...
Sailing across the seas of the sky has never been easier than in No Man’s Sky. Hello Games’ vision of a procedurally generated galaxy has been revealed. No Man’s Sky plops you onto a planet, and from there it’s up to you to discover new species of animals roaming the millions of planets at your fingertips. Defend yourself against hostile foes with intense aerial dogfights on your ship and even name new planets after anything you want.
No Man’s Sky is almost limitless, and the game is fully built around having that sense of discovery and intrigue around it.
No Man's Sky - © 2016 Hello Games Ltd. Developed by Hello Games Ltd. All rights reserved.
The game No Man's Sky is a good game, but one thing that I want to change is the player. The reason that we can't play Multiplayer(It means that we cant see each other), is that the player didn't have a body, or a texture. If Hello Games do that the player was a body and has a texture, we can play Multiplayer. For this game I give 90 of 100, because we can't see each other.
No Man's Sky could've been great if it delivered on everything it promised, but even still I got what I expected when I played it. The largest complaint for the game, and one I agree rings true, is that it's "miles wide but inches deep." Yes, there are trillions of stars and several times more planets. Yes, each planet has its own flora and fauna leaving you in absolute awe of the size and diversity of the universe. My first hour of the game left me feeling tiny in a way that was unparalleled by any game or even any of the science fiction I've read. However, after the fifteenth planet or so, I began to notice a monotony in the gameplay. I would hop onto a planet, scan things, mine some rocks that fuel my ship, and leave. That was basically all there was in the game. For a while, I intentionally found planets that would sell a certain item at high price, because making it was usually very cheap. I got 3 million credits in the span of 15 minutes, which I spent on a bigger ship. That was genuinely very cool, but ultimately it's not something that would be easy to repeat without farming the item I sold. There were definitely really cool moments. One that comes to mind is when a piece of my ship was broken and I didn't have the means to fix it, making it inoperable. I walked around for a while until I found civilization, and the experience of being in that place was something that was completely unique and probably impossible to replicate in any other game. Ultimately the game falls flat. People who play small pieces of the game over a long time will find the game much more fun than people who binge it. I'm currently hoping for future free DLC, such as the base building and freighter ownership mentioned by the game developers. Currently, I'd probably hold onto your money.
The game itself looks great, but other than looking at the planets and taking screenshots, you are repetitively mining so you can move on to another area, to look at it. This is a game where taking breaks after a few hours is recommended. The entire planet looks the same, so you don't need to explore very far to see all the variation. There is ships and combat, but both the combat and the AI is pretty simple. There is much to the game that is yet to be added that the developer promised, such as multiplayer which for many is disappointing.
Now like many others I feel as though I fell for the hype train on this game. What they showed was a brilliant universe that was open world where you could team up with other players and go explore the universe, or create your own pirate crew and ravage the universe and the players there. Not to mention the massive space battles that could ensue over a planet. NONE of that came true. We were lied to and ripped off. You can really only explore planets and mine materials. It is like minecraft but in space. I feel worse that I paid $60 for it when I was not even given half the features the game was suppose to offer. It was fun for the first 3 hours then I got bored of just repeating the same actions over and over and over again. I would not recommend this to anyone until they lower the price to $30 max or until they release the rest of the game as an update.
I've been dying for a game like Starflight, I've always been a die hard sci-fi loving nerd and I played the remake on the SEGA Genesis a LOT. As a dumb kid not even knowing what the goal was I enjoyed the exploration and upgrading of the ship enough to play for hours and hours and pick it up again and again in life. I heard a few things about No Man's Sky and figured it would be similar, finally a game that I could enjoy the same stuff in but more modern. I went in blind and decided to not look at any trailers, dev blogs, gameplay, let's plays or whatever, you know everything that seems to be getting people angry about the game for. The game has been really fun so far,I'm only 9 hours in and it's what I wanted in the game, it's NOT perfect obviously but I'm still finding myself enjoying it. Maybe things peter off later but I'm exploring planets, I'm flying directly to them and landing on them. It's what I was looking for in a space exploration game and have been waiting since the freaking 1990's for. Flying to planets, mining, watching out for weather and alien wildlife attacks. Finally, I have a pseudo sequel to Star Flight! The second star system I flew into I was shot down by punks from subspace, something I'm sure that would have gone differently if I had something stronger and wasn't so naive to the gameplay since I went in blind. But I'm enjoying learning and finding out what to do and how to deal with situations. Then I came back and found a new alien who was different to the one in the previous solar system and that I had to deal with them differently than the others. Velox & Elowan anyone? No? Right, I'm aware how niche my interest is with this is. As far as what I've read after the fact about multiplayer not being there I don't care about multiplayer, I don't want other people flying in being jerks or even worse cheating. Look up articles about people cheating in blizards latest game and you tell me if you want some jerk flying in with deathrays,blowing you out of the sky and cheat-teleporting to the next 10 people to do the same. Even if the game had multiplayer I'd be going offline, I don't want other people in this. It also wasn't listed on the steam page so whatever hype was painted on this game, it didn't matter to me since it wasn't on the page. Ubisoft taught me to buy what comes out not on the hype they, or others paint up as a pretty picture. I don't know what else was hyped or promised, frankly I don't care I'm just going in and enjoying the game I bought, I went in blind and I'm learning as I go and it's been fun. I can see why this kinda thing isn't in everyone's interest because it can be dry, mining for stuff, upgrading via trade but whatever....I like it. Like I said, it reminds me of Starflight, a game I still love and there's not been anything like it since the remake on the Genesis.
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