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The Sims are set to invade your phone with Android and iOS releases ‘soon’

The Sims is one of the oldest games that I can recall being hyped to no end the same way No Man’s Sky was – primarily because of the depth of gameplay the title promised to deliver. But with The Sims, EA Maxis made good on its claimShow More Summary

Pie in the sky as Qantas boss gets just dessert

Sydney - Qantas Airways CEO Alan Joyce proved he was no cream puff on Tuesday, keeping his cool after a man smeared a cream pie in his face during a business breakfast in Australia's west. Joyce, the head of Australia's flag carrier,...Show More Summary

Are there any friendly skies out there? — Man dragged down the aisle

Do you remember the good ol’ days of flying when there was a semblance of regulation over the airline industry? Customer service back then was a reality. Seating space fit for humans actually existed on planes. There were no over booked passengers placed on a wait list. Show More Summary

Mass Effect: Andromeda Turned Me Into An Angry Steam Reviewer

There's a great image from last year, when the internet was flipping out over No Man's Sky. More »      

Tuesday New Release Day: Buntin; El Akkad; Arimah; Meidav; Watts; Bausch

Out this week: Marlena by Julie Buntin; American War by Omar El Akkad; What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky by Lesley Nneka Arimah; Kingdom of the Young by Edie Meidav; No One Is Coming to Save Us by Stephanie Powell Watts; and Living in the Weather of the World by Richard Bausch. Show More Summary

Microsoft on why Xbox One doesn't need a No Man's Sky equivalent

The ID@Xbox self-publishing program might be Xbox One's crowning glory at the time of writing, boasting 450 titles that have notched up well over a billion hours of play, but it could do with a crown jewel. The service has seen its share...Show More Summary

No Man’s Sky patch 1.23 improves frame-rate on PS4 Pro, adds option to lock or unlock the frame-rate

No Man’s Sky continues to get improvements, and this time the additions benefit the PS4 version. The recent No Man’s Sky patch, dubbed the Path Finder update, brought PS4 Pro and 4K support, but it wasn’t without its issues. Which is why the new patch, version 1.23, is good news to players on Sony’s console. […]

Lego Worlds for Xbox One doesn't quite deliver the open-world dream

What happens when you combine Legos, Minecraft and No Man's Sky? You get Lego Worlds for Xbox One. This is unlike any recent Lego game, of which there are many, and it's immediately better for it. There's no movie tie-in storyline, and with that comes a sense of freedom. Like Minecraft, you can build things. Show More Summary

No Man's Sky patch 1.23 resolves PS4 Pro 4K frame-rate issues

Hot on the heels of the Path Finder update, Hello Games has swooped in with a new patch to address No Man's Sky's outstanding console performance issues. Patch 1.23 now improves performance by up to 5fps on PS4 Pro in its 4K mode, and also adds the ability to lock or unlock frame-rate on both of Sony's PS4 consoles. Show More Summary

No Man's Sky Continues To Make Decent Progress With Its Big Update

Last weeks’ No Man’s Sky update brought a whole host of new stuff, including highly-anticipated vehicles. While some of the additions are awesome, others feel undercooked. It’s more of a game than it’s ever been, but I don’t totally know if that’s a good thing. Read more...

Universe simulator Everything is literally a game about everything

David OReilly's impending PS4 project Everything comes second only to No Man's Sky in level of ambition. Where Hello Games boasted about its sci-fi opus' 18 quintillion planets, Everything hosts "one million+ years of gameplay." It's going to be hell on your backlog. Show More Summary

No Man’s Sky update lets you take your fancy new Path Finder vehicles anywhere – full patch notes

No Man’s Sky got a great new update last week, and Hello Games has already made it even better. No Man’s Sky continues its evolution from refund fodder to something you might want to revisit with another quick patch. This patch comes hot on the heels of the No Man’s Sky Path Finder update, which […]

Dedicated No Man’s Sky Fan Spends Over $4000 on the Game

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Though it had great potential, No Man’s Sky ultimately ended up disappointing a lot of people. Despite that, Hello Games’ now notorious title still has its fair share of devotees. None are as […] The post Dedicated No Man’s Sky Fan Spends Over $4000 on the Game appeared first on Geek.com.

No Man's Sky on PS4 Pro delivers the 1080p60 dream

No Man's Sky's latest 1.20 patch - the Path Finder update - is the biggest update the game has seen so far, and its new PS4 Pro feature set is getting a lot of positive attention. And rightly so: couple your console to a full HD display...Show More Summary

No Man's Sky Player Numbers At Launch Exceeded Hello Games' Estimates By 3500%

No Man's Sky may not have been the ultimate in procedural space sims, but for some, it was good enough. A new update has renewed interest in the title and Hello Games frontman Sean Murray is talking again. He even presented at this year's GDC, revealing a few fascinating tidbits about the game's launch and the company's future. More »      

This week’s best game deals: No Man’s Sky, Resident Evil 7, Mother Russia Bleeds and more

This week was a big one in terms of discounts on PC download games, among many other things. It seems the Spring of video game releases has truly sprung now and we’re a matter of weeks away from a game like Mass Effect Andromeda somehow, though, so there’s plenty still to come. Right now, though, […]

Players Are Making Art With No Man's Sky New Photo Mode

No Man’s Sky was updated this week to add a new photo mode, and players are using it to make their procedurally generated planets and space battles look dope as hell. Read more...

No Man's Sky Is Now Even More Beautiful

No Man's Sky is a video game that I loved, and I often felt alone in that sentiment. But regardless of the negative fan reaction a small community of committed players started using the game to create beautiful photography, because No...Show More Summary

A Team Of No Man's Sky Players Have Spent Months Mapping A Corner Of The Universe

No Man’s Sky is a very large game. For months now, a dedicated group of players has been working diligently to map an entire sector of space to carve out a home for wayward explorers. Read more...

Why No Man’s Sky’s creators are funding other game studios

2 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

The team at Hello Games built their dream game, and now they want to help struggling creators who are trying to do the same thing. The indie studio behind the sci-fi game No Man’s Sky recently created Hello Labs, a new division of the company that provides funding to developers working on procedurally generated games. […]

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