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No Man’s Sky Finally Finds Love On Steam

It has not been an easy time for No Man’s Sky. After what can only be described as Molyneux-levels of unrealistic pre-release hype from developer Hello Games’ lead, Sean Murray, reality crashed down hard when it was released in August 2016. Inevitably it was review-bombed on Steam, and that legacy has haunted it ever…Read more… […]

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Next-Gen No Man’s Sky Launches With The Xbox Series X/S And PS5

No Man’s Sky’s biggest year yet continues in early November, when next-generation versions of Hello Games’ procedural space opera launch alongside the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. Existing console players get a free upgrade to more densely populated planets running at 4K 60FPS. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Last Campfire Is A Totally Chill Puzzle Adventure

The Last Campfire, the latest from No Man’s Sky studio Hello Games, is a perfect game for unwinding. There’s no urgency to hero Ember’s journey through the mysterious world they’re trapped in at the beginning of the story. It’s about wandering lush fantasy environments and solving puzzles as lovely music plays. Push…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Hello Games’ The Last Campfire Launches Tomorrow

While a bunch of folks at No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games are dedicated to creating and maintaining an ever-expanding virtual universe, a small team’s been quietly working on The Last Campfire, an intimate, puzzling, platforming adventure that’s out for Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Apple Arcade … tomorrow. How…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Atari releases mobile video game, ‘Beat Legend: AVICII,’ in partnership with the Tim Bergling Foundation

In the two-plus years since the loss of Avicii, every passing second has further accentuated just how impactful the Swedish legend’s music truly was. Following the June announcement of plans for The Avicii Experience, a forthcoming tribute museum that will celebrate the late artist’s life and career, Avicii’s name has returned to the news cycle […]

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Atari releases mobile video game, ‘Beat Legend: AVICII,’ in partnership with the Tim Bergling Foundation

In the two-plus years since the loss of Avicii, every passing second has further accentuated just how impactful the Swedish legend’s music truly was. Following the June announcement of plans for The Avicii Experience, a forthcoming tribute museum that will celebrate the late artist’s life and career, Avicii’s name has returned to the news cycle […]

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Space Gets Scary In Next No Man’s Sky Update

No Man’s Sky is generally a pretty chill experience, but that’s about to change with the next major update. Desolation, available today, allows players to plumb the depths of the mysterious, derelict freighters that have dotted star systems since April’s exo-mech update.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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No Man’s Sky Gets Crossplay Between PlayStation 4, Xbox One, And PC

They’re going to have to change the game’s name to Everybody’s Sky, as Hello Games replaces the entire network backend of their procedurally-generated space opera No Man’s Sky to open up crossplay across all game platforms. Now PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC players will be able to explore the game’s space lanes…Read more… Continue […]

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Latest No Man’s Sky Update Lets Players Grow Living Spaceships

The first free No Man’s Sky update of 2020 is here, giving players an all-new way to explore the universe. The “Living Ship” update gives players the ability to discover, nurture, and eventually fly their own procedurally generated living vessels, navigating the spaceways inside unique sentient creatures. It doesn’t…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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No Man’s Sky Players Build Creepy Spaceship Recreation Of The Bermuda Triangle

Seven No Man’s Sky players came together to build an atmospheric location that they’re calling “Bermuda,” made up of a series of crashed intergalactic freighters. It’s a haunting reference to the Bermuda Triangle, the real-life location where many aircraft and ships have supposedly gone missing. It’s beautiful.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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