When No Man’s Sky was launched by Hello Games, gamers across the globe had high levels of anticipation. Unfortunately the game did not launch on Microsoft’s rival console: Xbox One. No Man’s Sky is known for its uniqueness, but at the same time fails to excite those who feel that the game may become redundant after a while.
No Man’s Sky offers exploration in abundance. Player’s main aim is to ensure the survival of the Traveller, thus protecting him from dangerous alien environments. During his journey, the player will come across aliens of both nature: predators and preys. The game play totally depends on the player’s gaming strategy and tactics.
Top No Man’s Sky Reviews
No Man’s Sky is a good game. Sean Murray and Hello Games’ vision of creating a vast universe on a scale unseen in video games has no doubt been achieved, and will certainly provide everyone who plays it with something unique.
No Man’s Sky is immediately a massive game with impressive seamless transitions from ground to space, and it will entertain your inner collector for a while.
No Man’s Sky has sci-fi spectacle of strange new worlds on its side, but not much else. Its gameplay is underdeveloped and repetitive, and in my dozens of hours played it’s introduced very few new ideas to mix up its crafting, upgrades, combat, or universe.
Hello Games has built a set of tools that is amazing and unprecedented, something that could absolutely change the way huge games are made if placed in the right hands.
No Man’s Sky is no doubt a magnificent feat in game development. I am left humbled by all that I have seen and intend on continuing my journey in an attempt to see as much as possible, well aware I will never see it all.