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Minecraft’s ‘Infinite World’ Versus No Man’s Sky's ‘Infinite World’

After enjoying years of undisputed dominance as the king of unlimited exploration, Minecraft has a new challenger in—you guessed it—indie darling/gaming messiah/space sim extraordinaire, No Man’s Sky. Boasting an explorable universe with an inconceivably large number of planets (2^64, or 18 quintillion, but who’s counting?), it seems that No Man’s Sky has seized the title of “biggest game” from Minecraft once and for all.
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