The ambitious space game No Man’s Sky has been delayed, two sources tell Kotaku. We don’t know exactly what the new release date is—and it may not be finalized yet—but we’re hearing it’s been bumped until at least July or August.
In the fall of 2006, the New Yorker and the New York Times Magazine published dueling Spore previews in the span of four weeks. John Seabrook, writing in the New Yorker, said that the game was “anticipated with something like the interest with which writers in Paris in the early twenties awaited Joyce’s Ulysses.”…
As demonstrated by his Pewdiepie interview earlier this week, Stephen Colbert’s new stint as the host of The Late Show gives him a chance to touch on topics his old gig couldn’t, like video games we wish we could just play already, dammit.
Wow. Here's the best trailer from The Game Awards so far tonight. It's No Man's Sky doing what it does best: look beautiful.
It's been a tough few months for some members of the #PCMasterRace what with the hotly anticipated universe exploration simulator No Man's Sky being treated as a PS4 exclusive. But it turns out Hello Games' little project will also get a PC release. Eventually.
There'll be more to do when you get to the nexus of the cosmos in No Man's Sky.
During the first year of No Man's Sky's development, not even half of the Hello Games studio knew what a team of their four developers were working on.
"What does sci-fi mean to you?"
The game that got me and a lot of other people the most hyped this E3 is getting built by less than a dozen people. And, to my mind, No Man's Sky has totally screwed with the idea of what it means to be a Big Game.
After a flood wiped out the offices of Hello Games on Christmas Eve, fans' first thoughts turned to No Man's Sky, which wowed viewers of the Spike VGX a month ago. Will that game be delayed? "We won't let that happen!" The studio writes.
"We have learned that laptops float sometimes," one of the developers of small indie studio Hello Games Tweeted late today, breaking what appears to be the unfortunate news that the offices of one of 2013's most exciting indie studios have all but been ruined.
Dropping out of the sky like a meteorite during the VGX, No Man's Sky is the game that's seemingly captured the imagination of every video game enthusiast on the planet. But, aside from the amazing trailer, there's not a whole lot known about Hello Games' cosmically ambitious game. Here's the info we've found…
This is No Man's Sky by Hello Games, which brought us Joe Danger. This is something completely different, a sprawling space adventure, as its insane premiere trailer shows.
The Joe Danger games have offered up top-shelf vehicular hilarity on consoles and touchscreens for the last two years. Now, Hello Games’ physics-happy stunt racing franchise finally comes to PC on June 24 via Steam. You’ll be able to race with Team Fortress avatars and speed your way through a Minecraft level in this…
When I first caught wind of Hello Games bringing their stunt-racing hero Joe Danger to iOS, I imagined a straight port of the original PlayStation Network release, complete with a screen cluttered with virtual controls. Instead they've delivered a game that fully embraces the touch-based platform, one that's as…