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No Man's Sky PS4 (Used) £7.99 Instore @ Smyths

£7.99 @ smyths toys
Spotted in Swansea. Had 3 copies. Please no comments 'It should've been this price when released' or 'I'll wait for £4.99'. Ta :)
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Spotted in Swansea. Had 3 copies. Please no comments 'It should've been this price when released' or 'I'll wait for £4.99'. Ta :)
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17 Likes
Should've been this price at launch. I'll wait for £4.99.
9 Likes
nekoangel
Would bite if I could! Heat!

Pop your teeth in and go for it

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Ttf7D1jzAo8/hqdefault.jpg
9 Likes
You've been ripped off if you've paid money for this game.

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#1
Would bite if I could! Heat!
9 Likes #2
nekoangel
Would bite if I could! Heat!

Pop your teeth in and go for it

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Ttf7D1jzAo8/hqdefault.jpg
1 Like #3
Good find FD, tempted at this price. Do you happen to know if it's usable or playable without a PS+ sub?
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Ninbox4
Good find FD, tempted at this price. Do you happen to know if it's usable or playable without a PS+ sub?

It's never an easy answer with No Man's Sky :D

Well, it is. You don't need PlayStation Plus mate, but if you wish to share your discoveries, an internet is required :)
[helper][HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #5
BuzzDuraband
Ninbox4
Good find FD, tempted at this price. Do you happen to know if it's usable or playable without a PS+ sub?
It's never an easy answer with No Man's Sky :D
Well, it is. You don't need PlayStation Plus mate, but if you wish to share your discoveries, an internet is required :)

Internet connection, obviously :D
1 Like #6
BuzzDuraband
Ninbox4
Good find FD, tempted at this price. Do you happen to know if it's usable or playable without a PS+ sub?
It's never an easy answer with No Man's Sky :D
Well, it is. You don't need PlayStation Plus mate, but if you wish to share your discoveries, and internet is required :)

Ta.
1 Like #7
I've used my time machine and one day they'll actually pay YOU to take the game away and play it X)
#8
Got to be worth £8, this was always my biting point when it was £12 in Cex back in November before they announced the updates and it went back up in price. Heat OP
17 Likes #9
Should've been this price at launch. I'll wait for £4.99.
1 Like #10
Once the novelty of traversing a few galaxies wears off it's very repetitive and very lacking in any actual gameplay and no amount of "base building" will change that... especially when that becomes completely pointless after you leave that planet
9 Likes #11
You've been ripped off if you've paid money for this game.
#12
mega lolz
1 Like #13
More like no mans lie..... what nobody has made that comment already. God dam people. £8 for a PS4 game that at worst might be a few hours to see what all the fuss is about. Most of the people moaning about this game would still pay £4 for a coffee or £40 for a call of duty. Just give it a go (although I am yet to play my new £12.99 copy from Smyths last Friday)
3 Likes #14
I bought it at launch for £45, if I had just shredded the money I'd feel better about it.

For £7.99 go buy yourself a double mocha guppachino from Starbucks and give the 5p change to charity, you will feel better about it
2 Likes #15
McTabish
More like no mans lie..... what nobody has made that comment already. God dam people. £8 for a PS4 game that at worst might be a few hours to see what all the fuss is about. Most of the people moaning about this game would still pay £4 for a coffee or £40 for a call of duty. Just give it a go (although I am yet to play my new £12.99 copy from Smyths last Friday)
At least £4 on a coffee would make my taste buds happy and keep me warm, this game makes no part of me happy and makes me cold from dying inside.
#16
I enjoyed this game, but was not worth the 40 quid i spent on it. Well worth this price however.
2 Likes #17
Ninbox4
Good find FD, tempted at this price. Do you happen to know if it's usable or playable without a PS+ sub?



Nop, they lied about it being multiplayer. its a single-player game, and it ran like crap on PS4, not sure if they patched it or not

McTabish
More like no mans lie..... what nobody has made that comment already. God dam people. £8 for a PS4 game that at worst might be a few hours to see what all the fuss is about. Most of the people moaning about this game would still pay £4 for a coffee or £40 for a call of duty. Just give it a go (although I am yet to play my new £12.99 copy from Smyths last Friday)

Its about principle, i for one refuse to support and spend 1p on game from developer like Hello game and their practise which blatantly lie about their products to drum up hype and sale.



Edited By: sion22 on Feb 08, 2017 14:40
2 Likes #18
Just for the other side of the argument (I posted this in the previous deal when I picked up the game):

"So I picked it up and sank around 10-15hrs into it this weekend. Not as bad as I was expecting. Can see the arguments on both sides, but it seems to play very similar to other games like Terraria, Junk Jack that I have previously played and enjoyed, with the edition of 3d worlds and (limited) space flight.

Don't seem to have any problems gathering resources, and you don't seem to need that many to build a particular item. Each planet has around 5 types things to do or find (reoccurring many, many times on each), find wrecked ships, find suit upgrades, monuments and atlas stones, and small labs/abandoned buildings. Money is really easy to get once you either start farming or stand around a space station buying low/selling high for around 30mins.....

I have noticed that as I play more the planets have tended to look better and the creatures/plants get bigger and more diverse, although the range from 'actually quite nice looking' to dreadful is quite spectacular. Planets with lots of grass like cover look good but the pop-in distance is outrageous. In terms of the creatures it is actually pretty funny seeing the oddball creations. The space combat / flight however is very, very poor!

Overall good little time killer for those who haven't seen/believed/bothered reading the hype or enjoy wasting time in a huge universe in my opinion. (Again this is only my experience with the game)"

Still dipping into the game. Yes, its not surprise after surprise round every corner, but can still be quite enjoyable. I think you have to play it with your own little goals, otherwise I could see it would be pretty tedious just grinding your way to the centre if that's what you plan to do.


Edited By: manc80 on Feb 08, 2017 14:54: .
#19
Yeah this is me taking the bait... if its in my store they have a deal...

heat
#20
I bit at £14 when Tesco reduced the prices. I've been playing it since last Saturday and so far I cannot say I'm hating it.

Edited By: Stoofa on Feb 08, 2017 14:51
1 Like #21
fishmaster
You've been ripped off if you've paid money for this game.
I feel suitably ripped off. The game is repetitive, boring garbage!
#22
manc80
Just for the other side of the argument (I posted this in the previous deal when I picked up the game):
"So I picked it up and sank around 10-15hrs into it this weekend. Not as bad as I was expecting. Can see the arguments on both sides, but it seems to play very similar to other games like Terraria, Junk Jack that I have previously played and enjoyed, with the edition of 3d worlds and (limited) space flight.
Don't seem to have any problems gathering resources, and you don't seem to need that many to build a particular item. Each planet has around 5 types things to do or find (reoccurring many, many times on each), find wrecked ships, find suit upgrades, monuments and atlas stones, and small labs/abandoned buildings. Money is really easy to get once you either start farming or stand around a space station buying low/selling high for around 30mins.....
I have noticed that as I play more the planets have tended to look better and the creatures/plants get bigger and more diverse, although the range from 'actually quite nice looking' to dreadful is quite spectacular. Planets with lots of grass like cover look good but the pop-in distance is outrageous. In terms of the creatures it is actually pretty funny seeing the oddball creations. The space combat / flight however is very, very poor!
Overall good little time killer for those who haven't seen/believed/bothered reading the hype or enjoy wasting time in a huge universe in my opinion. (Again this is only my experience with the game)"
Still dipping into the game. Yes, its not surprise after surprise round every corner, but can still be quite enjoyable. I think you have to play it with your own little goals, otherwise I could see would be pretty tedious just grinding your way to the centre if that's what you plan to do.

One planet is repeated almost ad infinitum, once you've done one planet you've done them all, and getting to the center of the universe is a con as you just go to another procedurally generated universe with the same tedious awful gameplay.
#23
fishmaster
manc80
Just for the other side of the argument (I posted this in the previous deal when I picked up the game):
"So I picked it up and sank around 10-15hrs into it this weekend. Not as bad as I was expecting. Can see the arguments on both sides, but it seems to play very similar to other games like Terraria, Junk Jack that I have previously played and enjoyed, with the edition of 3d worlds and (limited) space flight.
Don't seem to have any problems gathering resources, and you don't seem to need that many to build a particular item. Each planet has around 5 types things to do or find (reoccurring many, many times on each), find wrecked ships, find suit upgrades, monuments and atlas stones, and small labs/abandoned buildings. Money is really easy to get once you either start farming or stand around a space station buying low/selling high for around 30mins.....
I have noticed that as I play more the planets have tended to look better and the creatures/plants get bigger and more diverse, although the range from 'actually quite nice looking' to dreadful is quite spectacular. Planets with lots of grass like cover look good but the pop-in distance is outrageous. In terms of the creatures it is actually pretty funny seeing the oddball creations. The space combat / flight however is very, very poor!
Overall good little time killer for those who haven't seen/believed/bothered reading the hype or enjoy wasting time in a huge universe in my opinion. (Again this is only my experience with the game)"
Still dipping into the game. Yes, its not surprise after surprise round every corner, but can still be quite enjoyable. I think you have to play it with your own little goals, otherwise I could see would be pretty tedious just grinding your way to the centre if that's what you plan to do.
One planet is repeated almost ad infinitum, once you've done one planet you've done them all, and getting to the center of the universe is a con as you just go to another procedurally generated universe with the same tedious awful gameplay.

You played the game? I found a good number of the planets very samey, but also that just enough were substantially different (especially when warping to high class systems with the upgrades) that it has kept it interesting enough for me. I find it more of a switch brain off and relax type game like euro truck or similar, with very little overall point to the game. Its a nice distraction from the stresses of dark souls 3 etc..... which in comparison demand high levels of concentration.


Edited By: manc80 on Feb 08, 2017 15:31: .
#24
I'll wait for £7.98 :p




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#25
PS+ game before long? :p
heat added, might bite soon
#26
I would not be surprised if there are a lot of USED copies of this game out there soon enough...
1 Like #27
Wouldn't buy this if it was £5!


I already have a copy :p
Heat if you can find a copy :)
1 Like #28
parasitemol
Got to be worth £8, this was always my biting point when it was £12 in Cex back in November before they announced the updates and it went back up in price. Heat OP


It's not...
#29
sion22
Ninbox4
Good find FD, tempted at this price. Do you happen to know if it's usable or playable without a PS+ sub?
Nop, they lied about it being multiplayer. its a single-player game, and it ran like crap on PS4, not sure if they patched it or not
McTabish
More like no mans lie..... what nobody has made that comment already. God dam people. £8 for a PS4 game that at worst might be a few hours to see what all the fuss is about. Most of the people moaning about this game would still pay £4 for a coffee or £40 for a call of duty. Just give it a go (although I am yet to play my new £12.99 copy from Smyths last Friday)
Its about principle, i for one refuse to support and spend 1p on game from developer like Hello game and their practise which blatantly lie about their products to drum up hype and sale.

To add some balance to the argument, the "lie" has been neither proved nor disproved.

If you're referring to the video where two people were on the same planet but different time zones etc and couldn't see each other, and if you have some knowledge of how instanced multiplayer works, then it's not out of the realms of possibility that they were in the same places on different instances, exactly like other major MMO's etc. That doesn't mean that "multiplayer is a lie" it could just mean that they were on different instances and draw your conclusions from that.

Most big budget MMO's instance players in pots of anywhere of 50-10,000. Now apply that amount of players in a region that holds 18 quintillion planets. You can see why Sean Murray came out and said "it's extremely unlikely players will ever meet", the odds are very slim indeed. That's assuming they don't break up their universe into regions etc.

The multiplayer was never widely pushed, it was always labelled as a solo journey and you're clearly buying the wrong type of game if you went into this expecting some fleshed out multiplayer experience which was never pitched in the first place.

To be fair to them their PR was terrible and the hype was driven by Sony etc. I can't even be angry about the original trailers, games changes constantly from original trailers and accurate gameplay trailers were available 6 months before release showing exactly what the final product looked like. The problem arose with both Sony and Steam leaving that original trailer up showing an inaccurate representation of the product.

I'm certainly not a fan of the game, I ground out a ship with max slots and same for my backpack, the story was a joke that I did in about 20 minutes and I had 0 motivation to make another couple of hundred jumps to the centre of the universe. That being said I didn't expect too much more from it. It should have been an early access game. It sounds like the latest updates have improved it a lot but it'll take a lot more than what they've released now for me to be remotely interested in playing it again
#30
Its getting to the price I am willing to pay now but only thing stopping me is should I get it on the PC? (although its still considerably more money on the PC then PS4) Have a feeling that if it builds a decent modding community they could turn it into a great game.
#31
Bargain, I've sunk a ridiculous number of hours into this. My 10yo son loves it too. However, I can definitely see why anyone who played it prior to the foundation patch would hate on it. The base building introduced in that patch is one of my favourite parts of the game. Without it, it'd probably be quite dull.
#32
Great price and I am enjoying playing it too!
#33
I found a fantasticly lush planet to call home. full of diverse creatures and lovely blue grass. I wanted to check something out somewhere else now I can't find the bloody planet again!

since that planet every other one I've busted has been a rocky, desolate hell hole.
1 Like #34
nCognito
I bought it at launch for £45, if I had just shredded the money I'd feel better about it.

For £7.99 go buy yourself a double mocha guppachino from Starbucks and give the 5p change to charity, you will feel better about it


​£8 for a cup of coffee! Now that IS a rip off. They'd have to put gold in it for me to pay that price. People spend hundreds on cups each month and then moan that a game costing £7.99 is a waste of money.... :D
4 Likes #35
FFS what is it with all of you losers? Everybody is slagging off this game but they haven't even played it and have no idea what it's really like. You joke about believing in the hype but you've been doing the exact same thing by jumping on the hate bandwagon and believing all the lies about the game developers. You haven't read about any of the circumstances or how the game is going to be upgraded soon.

See it in the video here!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvAwB7ogkik
#36
£24.99 in Smyths Birmingham
#37
£8? Nope, i may give it a go if they pay me £8 to play it
#38
Im from the future, wait so you them Free from the stock dump, its like what they did with E.T game but with No mans sky a lot of people taken the games from the dump.. Well they will,
#39
Mantis
FFS what is it with all of you losers? Everybody is slagging off this game but they haven't even played it and have no idea what it's really like. You joke about believing in the hype but you've been doing the exact same thing by jumping on the hate bandwagon and believing all the lies about the game developers. You haven't read about any of the circumstances or how the game is going to be upgraded soon.

See it in the video here!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvAwB7ogkik


​They are just jumping on the hate bandwagon like with everything these days...
#40
atomicrobokid
sion22
Ninbox4
Good find FD, tempted at this price. Do you happen to know if it's usable or playable without a PS+ sub?
Nop, they lied about it being multiplayer. its a single-player game, and it ran like crap on PS4, not sure if they patched it or not
McTabish
More like no mans lie..... what nobody has made that comment already. God dam people. £8 for a PS4 game that at worst might be a few hours to see what all the fuss is about. Most of the people moaning about this game would still pay £4 for a coffee or £40 for a call of duty. Just give it a go (although I am yet to play my new £12.99 copy from Smyths last Friday)
Its about principle, i for one refuse to support and spend 1p on game from developer like Hello game and their practise which blatantly lie about their products to drum up hype and sale.
To add some balance to the argument, the "lie" has been neither proved nor disproved.
If you're referring to the video where two people were on the same planet but different time zones etc and couldn't see each other, and if you have some knowledge of how instanced multiplayer works, then it's not out of the realms of possibility that they were in the same places on different instances, exactly like other major MMO's etc. That doesn't mean that "multiplayer is a lie" it could just mean that they were on different instances and draw your conclusions from that.
Most big budget MMO's instance players in pots of anywhere of 50-10,000. Now apply that amount of players in a region that holds 18 quintillion planets. You can see why Sean Murray came out and said "it's extremely unlikely players will ever meet", the odds are very slim indeed. That's assuming they don't break up their universe into regions etc.
The multiplayer was never widely pushed, it was always labelled as a solo journey and you're clearly buying the wrong type of game if you went into this expecting some fleshed out multiplayer experience which was never pitched in the first place.
To be fair to them their PR was terrible and the hype was driven by Sony etc. I can't even be angry about the original trailers, games changes constantly from original trailers and accurate gameplay trailers were available 6 months before release showing exactly what the final product looked like. The problem arose with both Sony and Steam leaving that original trailer up showing an inaccurate representation of the product.
I'm certainly not a fan of the game, I ground out a ship with max slots and same for my backpack, the story was a joke that I did in about 20 minutes and I had 0 motivation to make another couple of hundred jumps to the centre of the universe. That being said I didn't expect too much more from it. It should have been an early access game. It sounds like the latest updates have improved it a lot but it'll take a lot more than what they've released now for me to be remotely interested in playing it again


I dont know why you still argue there is multiplayer but Hellogames already confirmed it doest

"The multiplayer was never widely pushed, it was always labelled as a solo journey and you're clearly buying the wrong type of game if you went into this expecting some fleshed out multiplayer experience which was never pitched in the first place."

How is that even a argument? they said multiplayer is there, but its not. doesnt matter if its great or crap

"To be fair to them their PR was terrible and the hype was driven by Sony etc. I can't even be angry about the original trailers, games changes constantly from original trailers and accurate gameplay trailers were available 6 months before release showing exactly what the final product looked like. The problem arose with both Sony and Steam leaving that original trailer up showing an inaccurate representation of the product."

yes lets blame Sony for everything because its not like Sean Murrays when on number of interview, mainstream one at that right before launch and lie about features that is not in the game

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