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Did Leicester lie? Man City’s Riyad Mahrez bid unravelled

Sky Sports News have this afternoon revealed new information regarding Manchester City’s January move for Leicester star Riyad Mahrez. Targets Runaway Premier League leaders City made no secret of the fact that they were on the lookout for attacking reinforcements last month, after the MCL injury suffered by striker Gabriel Jesus was added to by […]

Mexico's leftwing frontrunner laughs off Russia jibes and says: I'm no Moscow stooge

As the presidential election nears, Andrés Manuel López Obrador – known as Amlo – has been forced to deny claims of Russian support It could be a scene from a John Le Carré novel: under a leaden sky, a grey-haired man in an overcoat looks out to sea and chuckles quietly at the prospect of a Russian submarine bearing a shipment of gold. Show More Summary

No Man's Sky's Waking Titan ARG is back, and fans are trying to figure it all out again

No Man's Sky's entertainingly convoluted Waking Titan ARG appears to be back, and fans are picking apart its mysterious messages in a bid to work out what might be next for Hello Games' ever-expanding space game. Waking Titan began meting...Show More Summary

While You Were Sleeping

Grab a coffee or a tea, grab some breakfast, and kick off your Tuesday. Fave This. Kylo And Ren, No Man’s Sky And Open-World Games • Bruce Timm Wants To Make A Superman. Red Son Animated Adaptation • People Keep Asking Maise Williams To Put Them On Arya’s Kill List More »      

Shacknews Best Comeback of 2017: No Man's Sky

Releasing a video game into the wild can be a harrowing experience for developers, especially if it’s a title that has been hyped up for years. What can be more troubling is if a game releases to, shall we say, lukewarm responses. In...Show More Summary

No Small Parts: Doug Jones

A brief look at one of our favorite actors, a man who most people won’t even recognize. Doug Jones is the talent behind such memorable characters as Abe Sapien in Hellboy, Cochise on Falling Skies, the Pale Man in Pan’s Labyrinth. Oh, and McDonald’s Mac Tonight.

Review: No Man's Sky

3 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Overtaking the sunset, I glide into the mesosphere hours ahead of darkness. Scattered islands beckon under shifting banks of white stratus. I veer toward one but lose sight of it in the clouds, emerging over an isthmus broad and gray in the oceans of Lahellt II. Show More Summary

Deals: $20 No Man's Sky, $4 Life is Strange in Day of Dead Sale

Digital retailer Green Man Gaming is offering an extra 15% off coupon for select titles during Day of the Dead. The sale is pretty limited time and will end tomorrow at 11am Eastern. But in this short burst of a sale that started upShow More Summary

Morphite is like No Man’s Sky for Android and it’s arriving this year

4 months agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Crescent Moon Games has confirmed that it's sci-fi first-person adventure game Morphite will head to Android sometime this year. It's due out on Nintendo Switch this week.

No Man's Sky save overhaul headlines a new PC and PS4 update

The work to improve No Man's Sky continues with an overhaul of the save system in patch 1.38 released on PC and PS4 today. You are now given five save slots and existing saves will be mapped to them. Each slot represents a new game and...Show More Summary

Coming home to video games

A few weeks ago, the 1.3 update for No Man's Sky inadvertently displaced several players who had painstakingly built an outpost for themselves among the stars. One of those players, who goes by the handle UniDestiny, spoke to KotakuShow More Summary

Comparing the stunning space vistas of Elite: Dangerous, No Man's Sky and Space Engine to NASA images

He has seen things you wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. C-beams glittering in the dark near the Tannhäuser gate. Roy Batty's dying monologue is a key scene of Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, its pathos buttressed by a sense of wonder in the face of things no ordinary human being will ever see. Show More Summary

Morphite guide - how to explore like a pro

5 months agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

The much anticipated space exploration game, Morphite, has finally arrived, and we can't get enough of it. The game is essentially everything we wanted No Man's Sky to be. It's a game that puts a heavy focus on exploring foreign worlds,...Show More Summary

Briefly: Better No Man's Sky, Samsung Soundbar Review, White Walkers

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including. No Man's Sky is actually good now, Samsung MS750 Sound+ Soundbar review, the countries with the most public holidays.. More »      

No Man's Sky Made Some Updates This Week, Here's What's New

Hello Games announced that there's yet another update available for No Man's Sky for those playing on PC or PlayStation 4. Update 1.34 has gone live, and there's a complete changelog of all the massive changes that were made for the game, ranging from the AI being overhauled to optimizing save...

No Man’s Sky patch 1.34 improves teleporters and squashes bugs

The new No Man’s Sky patch, which drops today, will let you teleport from station to station, and back to their home base easily. The patch notes outline the changes, which carry on from the recent Atlas Rises update that has revitalised the game for many, bringing it more in line with the game many […]

No Man's Sky Atlas Rises Update 1.34 Fixes Update Bugs

The latest update for the game adds the ability for players to teleport between stations.

No Man's Sky Year 2

A year ago, No Man's Sky was released and it wasn't long before people started to realize the game's content was nowhere near what had been promised. Thankfully, Hello Games didn't stop working on the game, they released updates as often as possible to finally achieve what they had in mind when they started the project. Show More Summary

How 'We Happy Few' plans to avoid the pitfalls of 'No Man's Sky'

The 1960s dystopia of We Happy Few will hit Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on April 13th, 2018, thanks to Compulsion Games and Gearbox, the studio best known for Borderlands. You're not hallucinating -- We Happy Few did already come to Xbox One and Steam as an early-access game, but now it's ready for prime time. Show More Summary

'Things I didn't think I'd say in 2017: I'm enjoying No Man's Sky' - the internet reacts to the new update

Glance into the gaming-est corners of the internet and you'll see that No Man's Sky is, apparently, back

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