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By Jonathan Balofsky On 25 Nov, 2016 At 01:57 PM | Categorized As News, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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No Man’s Sky dropped a while back and has not had a good time. The gave has been attacked and accused of missing promised features, downgraded graphics and more. On top on this, Hello Games, who developed No Man’s Sky, has been conspicuously silent until now. They have finally spoken on the matter to announced an update.

Hello,
This week Hello Games will be releasing an update to No Man’s Sky. We’re calling it The Foundation Update, because we have added the foundations of base building, and also because this is putting in place a foundation for things to come.
Detailed patch notes will follow, and release will be soon.
Coming from five years of intense development, immediately after No Man’s Sky released the team spent six weeks updating the game with 7 patches across both platforms (the last of these was 1.09 on Sept 24th which you can read about them all here http://www.no-mans-sky.com/log/). These fixed many of the most common or critical bugs and issues post-release.
In the nine weeks since then our small team has been hard at work on development, testing and certification for the Foundation Update. It won’t be our biggest update, but it is the start of something.
The discussion around No Man’s Sky since release has been intense and dramatic. We have been quiet, but we are listening and focusing on improving the game that our team loves and feels so passionately about.
Positive or negative feedback, you have been heard and that will truly help to make this a better game for everyone.
This update will be the first small step in a longer journey. We hope you can join us.
Thank you,
Hello Games

No Man’s Sky has been written off by many as a failure, but is it possible to turn things around? Only the future will tell.

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By Jonathan Balofsky On 9 Oct, 2016 At 10:37 PM | Categorized As News, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News | With 0 Comments

No GravatarNo Man’s Sky has been a mess since it launched, with accusations of missing features and misleading marketing, as well as the development team going silent on social media. Now a new issue has arisen for the game, with No Man’s Sky receiving new record low scores for a video game on Steam.

no-mans-skyIn the last month, the review score for users has been 12%, with an overall score being mostly negative and recent score being overwhelmingly negative.  If Hello Games wants to fix the issues, they need to make a statement soon.

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By Jonathan Balofsky On 28 Sep, 2016 At 08:42 AM | Categorized As News, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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Eurogamer has reported that The Advertising Standards Authority has confirmed that they have launched an investigation into Hello Games and No Man’s Sky. The game has been plagued since launch with accusations of misleading consumers with features that are not there, and vastly downgraded graphics that are nothing like the trailers and screenshots. While this is not something new in the game industry, it is a change to see an investigation into this matter.

The watchdog launched its investigation after receiving “several complaints” about No Man’s Sky advertising, a representative told me.

The ASA has the power to have advertisements it believes are in breach of its code of conduct withdrawn, and prevent them from appearing again. If an advertiser refuses to comply with an ASA ruling, it can impose sanctions, such as asking internet search websites to remove a marketer’s paid-for search ads.

The investigation is on-going, and so the ASA declined to comment further, but one of the complainants revealed details of its response in a post on Reddit.

The investigation revolves around No Man’s Sky’s Steam store page, which includes assets some believe misrepresent the controversial space game.

The ASA has contacted both Hello Games and Valve and asked them to respond to a raft of questions relating to No Man’s Sky advertisements.

Complaints centre around screenshots and videos that feature more advanced animal behaviour, large-scale combat and ship-flying behaviour than ended up in the launch version of the game. Complainants also say screenshots misrepresent the graphical quality of the game.

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We will keep you updated as this story continues.

By Jonathan Balofsky On 9 Aug, 2016 At 02:07 PM | Categorized As News, PlayStation, ROG News | With 0 Comments

No GravatarHello Games has released a launch trailer for No Man’s Sky on PS4. The trailer shows off the various things the player can do and gives an overview of what the game is about. You can check out the trailer below.

 

By Sebastian Marco On 30 Jul, 2016 At 04:10 AM | Categorized As News, PlayStation, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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Now you would think that with August 7th coming up, No Man’s sky isn’t that far off from being released right? Well if you’re an eager beaver like Reddit user Daymeeuhn, two weeks just wasn’t soon enough. With a swift visit to the one place one can pay an exorbitant amount of money for hard to find or definitely street dated goods, Ebay. How much would you pay for an early copy of a game you really wanted early, 80$,100$, maybe even 120$? Daymeeuhn spent 1250 dollars , plus another 50 for shipping which is surprising that it wasn’t free.  While Daymeeuhn might be having the time of his summer gaming life, Hello Games founder, Sean Murrray, felt different about the subject.


Be sure to spend a regular amount of money for the game when it releases August 7th.

By Jonathan Balofsky On 28 May, 2016 At 12:13 AM | Categorized As News, PC Games, PlayStation, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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Hello Games has announced that the highly anticipated No Man’s Sky has been delayed till August 9.

A statement issues reads as follows

 

Hello, Sean Murray from Hello Games here, working extremely hard on our game, No Man’s Sky.

The game really has come together, and it’s such an incredible relief. As we sit an play it now, and as I watch playtesters every day, I can finally let myself get excited. We’re actually doing this.

However, as we approached our final deadlines, we realized that some key moments needed extra polish to bring them up to our standards. I have had to make the tough choice to delay the game for a few weeks to allow us to deliver something special.

After a short delay, No Man’s Sky will launch in North America on August 9, in Europe August 10, and in the UK August 12.

We understand that this news is disappointing. Making this game is the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life, but we are so close now, and we’re prepared to make the tough choices to get it right.

The universe of No Man’s Sky is incredibly vast. More than you can imagine. This is a type of game that hasn’t been attempted before, by a smaller team than anyone would expect, under an intense amount of expectation.

And despite all of that, development is genuinely going well. This is the hardest working, most talented team I’ve ever worked with, and I’m so proud of what we’re doing. For all our sakes though, we get one shot to make this game and we can’t mess it up.

To the loyal community who’s stuck by our side since the unveiling of No Man’s Sky years ago, we hope you’ll accept our sincere apology and I am humbly asking that you’ll still look forward to exploring our universe despite the slight delay.

Thank you so much,
Sean

 

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While it is sad that the game has been delayed, it is better to remember that it is better to have a delayed game that is good, rather than a rushed game that will be tarnished, to paraphrase Mr. Miyamoto.

Are you still excited for No Man’s Sky? Let us know.

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As everyone has already said it’s hard to believe and year has gone by, but with no complaints E3 media day is back! Per usual Sony followed Microsoft and this year both knew the focus would have to be bringing next gen gaming hype to their respective console. Here’s Sony’s Press Conference in it’s entirety if you missed it courtesy of IGN.

 

Without going too deep into each title here are the high notes from the presser and leading off the conference was this new Destiny Trailer.

The big announcement for Destiny was that starting this Thursday there will be Alpha access for the game and the Beta will begin July 17th. Also announced was a Destiny PS4 bundle including a new “Glacier white” PS4, Destiny and a 30 day trial of PS+. The white PS4 will be released along with the game on Sep. 9 and has the same specs and the others so other than a color change nothing new is being added.

Next Andrew House introduced the new gameplay trailer for the The Order 1886.

If you don’t know The Order was introduced last year at E3 and is a game about a group of knights protecting the world from monsters like the one you saw above.

Also shown was a new indie game called Entwined. Entwined is  brought to you by Pixel Opus, a combination of recent graduates from Carnegie Mellon and San Jose State university.

Entwined, according to the speaker, is a game about “two souls in love.” Throughout the game you’re guiding these souls through sequences and upon clearing levels will have them come together to create a dragon. It’s a cute little game that’s out now in the Playstation store for $9.99.

Infamous Second Son made a repeat appearance this year, but its big announcement was the standalone DLC coming in August featuring “Fetch.” Alongside it was the announcement and premiere of Little Big Planet 3.

One of the biggest reveals was Bloodborne. You might remember a the game being called Project Beast and is Hidetaka Miyazaki’s, director of the first two souls games, new title. If you’re a souls fanboy like me you probably can’t wait for this game to come out.

Far Cry 4 came out with a gameplay trailer as well, but the most interesting part was the drop-in co-op at the end of the trailer.

Far Cry 4’s co-op is called guns for hire and the best part is you don’t have to own the game to play it. If you have a friend that wants to play with you and he doesn’t own it or you’re the one wanting to join you just drop in and play like you’ve always had it. You also get all the experience from that session as well.

The coolest game of the show was a game called No Man’s Sky by indie studio Hello Games.

I don’t even know what to do in the game, but every time I see the trailer I just get extremely excited. Here’s to hoping it doesn’t get ruined by the impending hype train that is E3 reveals and expectations.

If you haven’t seen the press conference you really should give it a look. It’s full of cool and interesting things coming to the system in the coming months. Last of Us is getting a remastered release, Ratchet and Clank the movie was premiered, GTA V is coming to next gen and you can upload your PS3 or Xbox 360 save data. It’s going to be a great, guys.

More towards the end of conference Sony took a backseat from games to introduce some of the new hardware coming out like Playstation Tv and project Morpheus.

Playstation Tv allows you to play a huge library of Playstation games with just the device and a Dualshock 3 controller. As for Mopheus more and more developers are starting to play around with it and the PS4 camera giving their VR headset a pretty bright outlook.

Rounding out the evening were two trailers for the upcoming Batman game, Batman Arkham Knight, and a new trailer for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

Overall I really enjoyed Sony’s press conference. While the PS4 still isn’t  a must have these games should be more than enough to help you make your decision regardless of whichever console you choose.