In many ways everything that led up to No Man’s Sky felt like some sort of conscription ad campaign. “See the universe! Explore the unknown!” It’s all very enticing and delivers on a lot of amazing feelings, but like most things of this nature, it’s not always all it’s cracked up to be.
No Man's Sky
Hello Games' intergalactic sandbox game, No Man's Sky, is all about exploring the 'verse.
Chris Charla, head of the ID@Xbox indie initiative with Microsoft, has expressed his interest in bringing Hello Games' procedural space epic No Man's Sky to the Xbox One.
I’m old enough to remember some of the earliest days of the space flight sims, so when I saw the first advertisements for No Man’s Sky, I watched it with all the awe of a child watching ads for Star Trek or Star Wars for the very first time.
We know a lot of things about Hello Game's space-exploration indie title, but one thing we'd yet to get much solid information on was what, exactly, you do in the game. Until now.
This latest gameplay trailer for No Man's Sky focuses on the game's technology as well as the infinite unknown of the universe.
The showstopper of E3 2014, No Man's Sky, is back with yet another impressive trailer focusing on space exploration.
We knew it would be big, but we had no idea just how vast No Man's Sky is going to be.
Hello Games' galaxy exploration title, No Man's Sky, wowed us with its PlayStation 4 footage from E3 2014, but it looks like this space mission is also making the jump to PC.
Hello Games' upcoming sci-fi game, No Man's Sky, looks like an impressive, open-world(s) adventure. But what actually do you do in the game?