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No Man's Sky (PS4) £15.00 Delivered @ Boomerang via Amazon (Like New)

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Inspired by classic science-fiction and its overwhelming sense of adventure and imagination, Hello Games presents a game of unprecedented scale and ambition. In No Man’s Sky you explore an infinite un…
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Inspired by classic science-fiction and its overwhelming sense of adventure and imagination, Hello Games presents a game of unprecedented scale and ambition. In No Man’s Sky you explore an infinite universe where you will discover unique never-before-seen planets and lifeforms. A mystery lies at the centre of the galaxy, an irresistible pulse that draws you on an epic voyage to discover the true nature of the cosmos. Your journey will be charged with danger, encountering hostile creatures and fierce pirates; in order to survive, you will need to prepare, upgrading your ship, suit and weapons. Whether you choose to fight, trade or explore, every decision you make has consequences, shaping your journey as you travel ever deeper into No Man's Sky.
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22 Likes
had it been this price on launch I would have been merely disappointed instead of outraged.
11 Likes
is this for 15 copies of the game?
10 Likes
Probably the only game where you'll see these...

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/ykb9TLi9OFI/maxresdefault.jpg
8 Likes
Why would anyone still want to pay for this. Seriously.

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1 Like #1
Great price but really put off by the disappointing reviews. Might wait until it drops to under a tenner
22 Likes #2
had it been this price on launch I would have been merely disappointed instead of outraged.
2 Likes #3
Avoid until we actual get a response from the developer and signs that they are working on major patches.
10 Likes #4
Probably the only game where you'll see these...

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/ykb9TLi9OFI/maxresdefault.jpg
2 Likes #5
It's gradually getting lower and lower. I'd like to try this, but too much in the backlog at the mo.

Heated for price though!
1 Like #6
i think i'd look at this for about a tenner as well. i know it's got it's problems but i do like the idea of it and, as a fan of old school "Elite", I like the idea that you can fly from planet to planet and land on the surface as well.
6 Likes #7
HankHandsome
i think i'd look at this for about a tenner as well. i know it's got it's problems but i do like the idea of it and, as a fan of old school "Elite", I like the idea that you can fly from planet to planet and land on the surface as well.



​i promise you, this is absolutely nothing like Elite. I went in with the same nostalgic anticipation.
2 Likes #8
HankHandsome
i think i'd look at this for about a tenner as well. i know it's got it's problems but i do like the idea of it and, as a fan of old school "Elite", I like the idea that you can fly from planet to planet and land on the surface as well.

Just buy Elite:Dangerous, very addictive though!
1 Like #9
bloody hell this is dropping in price fast hasnt this only been out for 2 months?
#11
Yeah can see this being on ps plus free games soon probably when a dlc pack is due out to try and get some players playing this again. Played it for a few hours and sold it more than my preorder price so a lucky escape.
8 Likes #12
Why would anyone still want to pay for this. Seriously.
1 Like #13
Looks like a great game! thanks OP
1 Like #14
zangetsu19
bloody hell this is dropping in price fast hasnt this only been out for 2 months?



​Maybe with good reason?
:D
1 Like #15
Said I'd bite at £15 so guess it's time to see what all the fuss/disappointment is about!
3 Likes #16
Avoid like the plague. May Sean Murray pay for his sins.
5 Likes #17
I picked this up for £15.00 last month and I think that's a fair price for it.

Going in with no expectations means that I really enjoyed my time with No Mans Sky.

Expect a fun but basic exploration and survival game and you'll probably enjoy this. Expect a ground breaking revolution of a game (which, in fairness, Shaun Murray suggested it would be) then you'll be incredibly disappointed.

Heat from me.
11 Likes #18
is this for 15 copies of the game?
1 Like #19
Frank30uk
Looks like a great game! thanks OP

Yeah this was the problem... it does look like a great game until you realise its not even a game.
4 Likes #20
GamesFan83
I picked this up for £15.00 last month and I think that's a fair price for it.

Going in with no expectations means that I really enjoyed my time with No Mans Sky.

Expect a fun but basic exploration and survival game and you'll probably enjoy this. Expect a ground breaking revolution of a game (which, in fairness, Shaun Murray suggested it would be) then you'll be incredibly disappointed.

Heat from me.

I don't think he suggested it would be, I think he just pretty much said it. The fact he has stopped all of his interaction with fan's as soon as the game released say's it all...


Edited By: Horrorwood on Nov 01, 2016 21:46
1 Like #21
This really should of been the price considering what we got or in this case didnt get
1 Like #22
No Mans Lie.
#23
Buy mine lol, don't buy people. it's mega ****.
#24
scotsrat
HankHandsome
i think i'd look at this for about a tenner as well. i know it's got it's problems but i do like the idea of it and, as a fan of old school "Elite", I like the idea that you can fly from planet to planet and land on the surface as well.
Just buy Elite:Dangerous, very addictive though!

I did consider that, but it's a bit too involved for me and i'm not a huge fan of multiplayer gaming either.
1 Like #25
Can't wait for the sequel
#26
Would be a decent game if had multiplayer, seems like it would get boring on your own
3 Likes #27
Heat. I'll wait for a tenner price point but ignoring the hype and obvious failure to deliver it looks ok, I never thought it would be ten times better than any game we have ever had and that's what the prerelease hype suggested.

It would be like most other first release efforts. Plagued with issues, testers that don't test and over priced.... welcome to the PS4/Xbox1 generation...

Barely any (non rerelease games) on this gen haven't been plagued with issues and needed patching on patches to get close to the pre release hype.

This is just the biggest sinner of all
1 Like #28
The most boring game I have ever played. People save your money at £15 this is still too much and you will get sick of it after a couple of hours.
1 Like #29
I can honestly say that if someone gave me this game AND paid me £15 to play it, I'd still tell them to **** off. The few hours I played at launch was more than enough, definitely one of the worst games I've ever played.
3 Likes #30
I was disappointed the game didn't deliver what was promised by Sean Murray. He's led the world into a false sense of marketing by saying all these features that were not present upon release and these were pretty big features. It's almost like a different game to what we were told it would be... And yes I'm one of those people who pre ordered on impulse based on Sean Murray interviews!

That being said, forgetting the hype and failed promises, it's still actually a fairly enjoyable game for the first 30 hours or so until the monotony sets in. The whole discovering planets and renaming them including constructing things from raw materials and the survival/upgrading aspect is quite good but things do get repetitive after you have maxed out upgrades etc. I think this is a very fair price. Definitely not as bad as people make it out is not a bad game, it's definitely a u owe experience especially with the procedural generation of the animals and planets but couldn't deliver exactly what was promised which is a real shame. Maybe future updates will help them towards making the game what it should of been. Hello games Would have been much better being honest from the start! Heat for the find and price! I'd say it's worth £15 for the experience
1 Like #31
I enjoy the soundtrack more than the game
2 Likes #32
I feel sorry for anyone who buys this thinking it's a good deal/worth a go at this price.
This is garbage on a disc.
Save your money.
Go out and spend it on something you will enjoy.
Give it to charity.
Heck do anything but waste it on this crap.
#33
I feel vindicated. I was accused of scare mongering and trolling before this came out when I said don't buy this, it's a pointless boring endless mining simulator with zero reward. as always, i've been proven right. 8)
2 Likes #34
I'm not sure that Hello Games were being deliberately dishonest, I think they were just a small developer put on a global pedestal without any real media / pr training or support. The thing that killed it for me was the amount of bugs on launch. Crashing was a regular occurrence - and I don't just mean the space craft. I understand that most of this has now been fixed. If it wasn't for the bugs, I would have been much more prepared to say "there's something good here - I'll bear with you whilst your build in more content". Like a lot of people though, I enjoyed the game for 20 or 30 hours and then sold it. I have no bad feelings about it. I got some value out of it. I think a lot of people will easily get £15 of fun out of it.
#35
Is it that bad? I mean, hype aside, is the game ok or just still terrible?
#36
price is ok but unfortunately it flopped on release. more to come off it yet.
#37
Curlynob
I'm not sure that Hello Games were being, I think they were just a small developer put on a global pedestal without any real media / pr training or support. The thing that killed it for me was the amount of bugs on launch. Crashing was a regular occurrence - and I don't just mean the space craft. I understand that most of this has now been fixed. If it wasn't for the bugs, I would have been much more prepared to say "there's something good here - I'll bear with you whilst your build in more content". Like a lot of people though, I enjoyed the game for 20 or 30 hours and then sold it. I have no bad feelings about it. I got some value out of it. I think a lot of people will easily get £15 of fun out of it.


yes they were deliberately dishonest, they have more or less said so and sean murray seems to be a worse boss than he was a game developer
1 Like #38
voyager123
Curlynob
I'm not sure that Hello Games were being, I think they were just a small developer put on a global pedestal without any real media / pr training or support. The thing that killed it for me was the amount of bugs on launch. Crashing was a regular occurrence - and I don't just mean the space craft. I understand that most of this has now been fixed. If it wasn't for the bugs, I would have been much more prepared to say "there's something good here - I'll bear with you whilst your build in more content". Like a lot of people though, I enjoyed the game for 20 or 30 hours and then sold it. I have no bad feelings about it. I got some value out of it. I think a lot of people will easily get £15 of fun out of it.
yes they were deliberately dishonest, they have more or less said so and sean murray seems to be a worse boss than he was a game developer

To me he just seemed like someone that got swept along with the hype of his own product. Either way, I reserve my vitriol for bigger things. If you're going to lose your s**t (and i'm not referring to anyone specifically) over a video game, where do you go from there? Life's going to throw some bigger stuff at you than a disappointing video game.
1 Like #39
Curlynob
voyager123
Curlynob
I'm not sure that Hello Games were being, I think they were just a small developer put on a global pedestal without any real media / pr training or support. The thing that killed it for me was the amount of bugs on launch. Crashing was a regular occurrence - and I don't just mean the space craft. I understand that most of this has now been fixed. If it wasn't for the bugs, I would have been much more prepared to say "there's something good here - I'll bear with you whilst your build in more content". Like a lot of people though, I enjoyed the game for 20 or 30 hours and then sold it. I have no bad feelings about it. I got some value out of it. I think a lot of people will easily get £15 of fun out of it.
yes they were deliberately dishonest, they have more or less said so and sean murray seems to be a worse boss than he was a game developer
To me he just seemed like someone that got swept along with the hype of his own product. Either way, I reserve my vitriol for bigger things. If you're going to lose your s**t (and i'm not referring to anyone specifically) over a video game, where do you go from there? Life's going to throw some bigger stuff at you than a disappointing video game.
agree but he (murrey) should of came forward and said sorry we cant meet what we said and i think most people would of been fine, i will probably pick it up at this price as enjoyed it when i got it on release but it was not worth £40 so sold it a few days later and made money on it, but i do think for what it offers 15-20 its worth it
1 Like #40
voyager123
Curlynob
voyager123
Curlynob
I'm not sure that Hello Games were being, I think they were just a small developer put on a global pedestal without any real media / pr training or support. The thing that killed it for me was the amount of bugs on launch. Crashing was a regular occurrence - and I don't just mean the space craft. I understand that most of this has now been fixed. If it wasn't for the bugs, I would have been much more prepared to say "there's something good here - I'll bear with you whilst your build in more content". Like a lot of people though, I enjoyed the game for 20 or 30 hours and then sold it. I have no bad feelings about it. I got some value out of it. I think a lot of people will easily get £15 of fun out of it.
yes they were deliberately dishonest, they have more or less said so and sean murray seems to be a worse boss than he was a game developer
To me he just seemed like someone that got swept along with the hype of his own product. Either way, I reserve my vitriol for bigger things. If you're going to lose your s**t (and i'm not referring to anyone specifically) over a video game, where do you go from there? Life's going to throw some bigger stuff at you than a disappointing video game.
agree but he (murrey) should of came forward and said sorry we cant meet what we said and i think most people would of been fine, i will probably pick it up at this price as enjoyed it when i got it on release but it was not worth £40 so sold it a few days later and made money on it, but i do think for what it offers 15-20 its worth it

I can understand it might have been an overwhelming experience for such a small team, but you're right, they should have said something by now and an apology would be a start. I liked the art style, I really liked the music, and getting off that first planet was fist pumpingly good. If it had been half the price and allowed to grow organically and develop a following, it could have been awesome. Unlike you I didn't turn a profit, but I cut my losses short! :-)

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