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No Mans Sky (PS4) £20 (New) £15.00 (Pre Owned) Delivered @ GamesCentre

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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… Read More
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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 center 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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23 Likes
And still overpriced.
23 Likes
No Man’s Sky Being Investigated For False Advertising

Advertising Standards Authority is investigating No Man's Sky for false advertisement
Enough people complained about the game to the ASA to make this happen.
By Tatiana Morris

After the active player count for No Man's Sky dropped below 1,000 players on Steam, it's safe to say that the highly anticipated game had a rather rough release. It appears as though things are getting worse for No Man's Sky, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is investigating the game after receiving "several complaints."

After No Man's Sky released in August for the PlayStation 4 and PC, there were claims from fans of false advertisement perpetuated by the game's creator Sean Murray. False advertisement wasn't the only complaint, there were also bugs that caused quite a few players either refunding the game or simply quit playing.

Even Sony's President believes that No Man's Sky was overpromised by its creator. Throughout all of this, the No Man's Sky developers have been silent - they have yet to comment on claims.

While no details on the ASA's investigation into have been revealed, one No Man's Sky player has detailed the ASA's response to their complaint.

According to Redditor AzzerUK, both the No Man's Sky developer, Hello Games, and Valve have a joint responsibility and are both being investigated. What is being investigated? Apparently, the following are the most complained about features:


Ship flying behaviour (information; with a ‘wingman’; flying close to the ground)
Behaviour of animals (in herds; destroying scenery; in water; reacting to surroundings)
Large-scale space combat
Structures and buildings as pictured
Flowing water
Speed of galaxy warp/loading time
Aiming systems


Size of creatures (9)
Behaviour of ships and sentinels (4, 5 and 8)
Structures and buildings as pictured (3)
Store Page in general:

Quality of graphics
References to: lack of loading screens, trade convoys between stars, factions vying over territory
Hello Games and Steam must respond to the ASA, but when they will has not been detailed. If the ASA finds Hello Games and Valve guilty of false advertisement, the items in questions (videos, screenshots etc) will be removed, penalties might even be issued.
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No Mans Game
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At this price, this could be "Some Man's Sky". Heat :)
6 Likes
free with every bag of walkers crisps next week

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9 Likes #1
At this price, this could be "Some Man's Sky". Heat :)
1 Like #2
At this price ill give it a look thanks.
1 Like #3
Thanks Turkey.
19 Likes #4
No Mans Game
23 Likes #5
And still overpriced.
4 Likes #6
Heat for the price if you haven't tried it - 10/10 for repetition in gameplay
4 Likes #7
Funny thing is this along with the order 1886 were 2 of the most expensive pre-order games for the ps4 and ended up being 2 of the biggest flops.

I think this is a really good price for this if it would of launched at £20-£25 like it should of for being a indie game it would of received a lot less criticism.
2 Likes #8
burningmoney77
Funny thing is this along with the order 1886 were 2 of the most expensive pre-order games for the ps4 and ended up being 2 of the biggest flops.
I think this is a really good price for this if it would of launched at £20-£25 like it should of for being a indie game it would of received a lot less criticism.

:D the 2 games i posted tonight
1 Like #9
oUkTuRkEyIII
burningmoney77
Funny thing is this along with the order 1886 were 2 of the most expensive pre-order games for the ps4 and ended up being 2 of the biggest flops.
I think this is a really good price for this if it would of launched at £20-£25 like it should of for being a indie game it would of received a lot less criticism.
:D the 2 games i posted tonight

oUkTuRkEyIII
burningmoney77
Funny thing is this along with the order 1886 were 2 of the most expensive pre-order games for the ps4 and ended up being 2 of the biggest flops.
I think this is a really good price for this if it would of launched at £20-£25 like it should of for being a indie game it would of received a lot less criticism.
:D the 2 games i posted tonight

I know :D
1 Like #10
thanks turkey, couldn't resist at £15, and I'm intrigued after all the reviews.
#11
"overwhelming sense of imagination"

"unprecedented ambition"
1 Like #12
bought mine for 35 and got my money back when sold it a week later. i dont think this game is viable at most price points until the developers come out with dlc and **** that incorporate parts of thr game they promised.
1 Like #13
Great price, crappy game
6 Likes #14
free with every bag of walkers crisps next week
23 Likes #15
No Man’s Sky Being Investigated For False Advertising

Advertising Standards Authority is investigating No Man's Sky for false advertisement
Enough people complained about the game to the ASA to make this happen.
By Tatiana Morris

After the active player count for No Man's Sky dropped below 1,000 players on Steam, it's safe to say that the highly anticipated game had a rather rough release. It appears as though things are getting worse for No Man's Sky, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is investigating the game after receiving "several complaints."

After No Man's Sky released in August for the PlayStation 4 and PC, there were claims from fans of false advertisement perpetuated by the game's creator Sean Murray. False advertisement wasn't the only complaint, there were also bugs that caused quite a few players either refunding the game or simply quit playing.

Even Sony's President believes that No Man's Sky was overpromised by its creator. Throughout all of this, the No Man's Sky developers have been silent - they have yet to comment on claims.

While no details on the ASA's investigation into have been revealed, one No Man's Sky player has detailed the ASA's response to their complaint.

According to Redditor AzzerUK, both the No Man's Sky developer, Hello Games, and Valve have a joint responsibility and are both being investigated. What is being investigated? Apparently, the following are the most complained about features:


Ship flying behaviour (information; with a ‘wingman’; flying close to the ground)
Behaviour of animals (in herds; destroying scenery; in water; reacting to surroundings)
Large-scale space combat
Structures and buildings as pictured
Flowing water
Speed of galaxy warp/loading time
Aiming systems


Size of creatures (9)
Behaviour of ships and sentinels (4, 5 and 8)
Structures and buildings as pictured (3)
Store Page in general:

Quality of graphics
References to: lack of loading screens, trade convoys between stars, factions vying over territory
Hello Games and Steam must respond to the ASA, but when they will has not been detailed. If the ASA finds Hello Games and Valve guilty of false advertisement, the items in questions (videos, screenshots etc) will be removed, penalties might even be issued.
1 Like #16
so glad I got it off PSN at launch..... :(
2 Likes #17
ill wait for this to appear in a HUMBLE BUNDLE with other BETTER games. bad game, lieing devs. no more sky to be said
3 Likes #18
I think that Hello Games did genuinely intend to have all these features in the game, but they likely realised they had to scale back their ambitions considerably because of deadlines (especially after the flooding of their office). They would have saved themselves a lot of hassle if they just admitted that they had to leave so much out.
#19
I have to admit I've been put off this one but that price is what it should have been new with a bit of ps plus discount (_;) heated :)
#20
used indie game at this price? Cold from me
1 Like #21
this has gone cheap fast?
#22
Most overrated game release and being investigated by advertising commission? Could drop cheaper...
#23
mattlong37051
I have to admit I've been put off this one but that price is what it should have been new with a bit of ps plus discount (_;) heated :)

This is the price is should have been for the game that was advertised. For the game that was released though it's still too much.
#24
Game is great........for 2 hours and then the repetition dawns on you.
#25
wow that lost value fast!
#26
I purchased this digitally before release. A fool and their money are easily parted and all that. I enjoy it but certainly not had my money's worth. I think £15 is a fair price and a great find. Heat.
#27
Dont pre order is what this game should have taught people. :)

yeboi
wow that lost value fast!

Needs to go to under a tenner and have a few decent content adds to be worth anything. An absolute turd of a game. Still voted hot of course as good price even if the product sucks. :P

DrAcula1
...No Man’s Sky Being Investigated For False Advertising...

If the ASA finds against them then small claims actions become a viable option for all you peeps that bought this turkey.
#28
out ot stock, new 20 quid.
#29
Out of stock
2 Likes #30
Completed it mate.
#31
Nearly as overhyped as battlecruiser 3000ad.
2 Likes #32
played it for 3 hours.. felt lonely. put destiny back on.
1 Like #33
Back in stock. Just ordered
[mod][Moderator] 1 Like #34
Unexpired as it's back in stock, thanks for sharing, just picked one up for my nephew :)
#35
OOS again
#36
johnod10
so glad I got it off PSN at launch..... :(
Me too. Big mistake.
#37
It will be in the bargain bins soon enough for £3 at a push.

I think I'd pay £1.50 max.
2 Likes #38
A great game to play online with your mates...........wait.....what ?
1 Like #39
no mans buy
1 Like #40
fentot
johnod10
so glad I got it off PSN at launch..... :(
Me too. Big mistake.

Ouch, don't pre-order especially digitally guys. Too much half baked attempts released now days. Or in this case a bag of lies and broken dreams.

Edited By: Pac3y on Sep 30, 2016 10:00

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