The procedurally-generated No Man’s Sky caused quite a buzz when it was announced first at VGX 2013, but made an even bigger splash when shown on the PS4 during the E3 2014 Sony Press Conference. We got to see firsthand just how beautiful and colorful this science-fiction, open-world Indie game could be.
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Exciting landscapes and odd color palettes seem to be the key to making No Man’s Sky so unique, complementing the mixtures of dinosaurs, mythical beasts and traditional Earth animals. Furthermore, the game doesn’t seem to be boxed into one genre, as it does encapsulate more than just space dogfigting and flight simulation. A tradition sense of exploration is felt, especially when you have planets discovered by screen names, and not fictional people within the game.
No Man’s Sky will be coming to consoles first on PS4, but likely as a timed exclusive. It will also see a release on the PC.
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