Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky has been receiving quite a bit of hype ever since it was announced due to its unique gameplay and visuals. In the game you have the ability to explore the near-infinite bounds of space, with each planet being unique from the last.
Every game has to have a limit, right? Well, sort of. In an interview with IGN, Hello Studios’ co-founder Sean Murray said that it would take approximately 5 billion years to see everything in the game.
Yup, that’s a pretty long time.
No Man’s Sky is being developed for the PlayStation 4 and PC and is set to be released sometime next year.
It had been previously reported that Watch Dogs will have exclusive content on its PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 3 versions. Now, Ubisoft has revealed a trailer that shows off just what the PlayStation versions will offer that the others wont.
The video shows that the PlayStation versions will have 4 exclusive missions, which include protagonist Aiden working with hacker group DedSec. Ubisoft claims these missions will last about an hour. Upon completion of these missions, players will receive bonus tech points and a white hacker outfit.
Check out the exclusive PlayStation content below!
Even though it isn’t a *ton* of exclusive content, this definitely gives PlayStation the edge on which version is the best. This seems to be a trend lately with cross-platform games come to PlayStation. I was planning on playing it on PS4, anyways, due to the genre of the game.
The judgments are the following:
Condemn – Hate it | (O)r – Dislike it | (OR) – Indifferent | o(R) – Like it | Condone – Love it
It’s official, everyone! PS4 was announced last night at a live event in New York, and put months of speculation to rest on console titles, controller designs and release date time-frames. The presentation lasted over 2 hours and was followed by pretty much anyone with even a hint of an interest in gaming. Interestingly enough, the actual system was not shown at the event, though there certainly was no shortage of other details. Continue reading →