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.”…
There have been endlessly impressive trailers for No Man’s Sky, but it’s never been clear when we were actually going to play the game. Now we know: June 2016. Of course, there is a new trailer, too, showing off the planetary combat:
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.
No Man’s Sky looks glorious. It’s a space exploration game that gives you a galaxy teeming with planets waiting to be visited. While the surface of each planet will be different, your means of getting there stays the same: a trusty single-seater spaceship.
For months, fans everywhere couldn’t help but ask, ‘what do you DO in No Man’s Sky?’ Recently, the developers seem keen on answering that very question.
Last Friday, the people who are making No Man’s Sky told me they’d been late to a meeting with Steven Spielberg. The legendary director waited, though, because he—like millions of other people across the world—was fiending to play No Man’s Sky. No pressure, right?
For years now, scientists, journalists, and other truth-seekers have dedicated their waking hours to answering one single question: Is the video game No Man's Sky gonna be big? If so, how big will it be?
2014: A wonderful year full of fantastic titles. Everyone on TAY has been singing praises of their best of the year, and after so many great Best Of lists, so I didn't feel like I had much more to say regarding that. Instead I invite you to take a look forward to what will be another great year in gaming. With so many…
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.
Years It'd ACTUALLY Take to Visit Each Planet in No Man's Sky
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.
Just another bland, brown shooter, right?
"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.