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No Mans Sky (PS4) £28.00 Delivered @ Gamescentre (Preowned)

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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.

Explore a universe of possibilities

With over 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 (18 quintillion) possible planets, No Man’s Sky's procedurally generated galaxy gives players an unparalleled opportunity to explore worlds that no one has ever visited before. Exploration is entirely seamless, with no loading screens, whether you're flying from space to a planet's surface or even warping between solar systems.

Forge your own path to the centre of the galaxy

Whether you consider yourself a trader, an explorer or a fighter, there’s no limit to how you play No Man’s Sky. You may slip between play-styles freely, from pirate to miner, bounty hunter to surveyor, but know that any action can have lasting consequences.

Share your discoveries

Everyone starts No Man’s Sky on the outer rim of the same unexplored galaxy. As you progress, you will come across countless undiscovered solar systems, planets, lifeforms and much more. You can choose to share your discoveries with other players, naming them and adding them to the Galactic Map, forever associated with your PSN ID. You may also share the amazing sights you encounter using PlayStation 4’s share functions.

Space combat on a grand scale

Make enemies and forge alliances by joining battles between the factions that occupy the galaxy. Take part in daring raids on trade convoys and audacious attacks on capital ships, claim bounties, and upgrade your weaponry. But be warned: helping one faction may make its enemies yours, too.

Trade your way through the galaxy

Violence is not the only route to success. Discovering rare resources and trading them where they are most valuable will help you amass a fortune you can exchange for upgrades and ships that can carry ever more cargo. The rewards will be great, but you'll run the risk of attracting the attention of ruthless space pirates.

Prepare yourself for exploration

By upgrading your engines, you can travel further and faster, pushing at the frontiers of the known galaxy. Upgrading your suit will help protect you from radiation and extreme environments that would kill the unprepared. What will you find in these newly accessible zones?

Discover a social galaxy

The galaxy is a living, breathing place, with trade convoys travelling between stars, pirates, police and military ships ever ready for action, and planets teeming with life. The same galaxy is also shared by every player of No Man's Sky. Perhaps you will see the results of their actions, as well as your own?
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First time posted since it's release. Good luck mate :)

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4 Likes #1
This game is going to tank so fast in value
#2
MrChi
This game is going to tank so fast in value

Yep big let down sub £20 in no time!

MM
1 Like #3
"The same galaxy is also shared by every player of No Man's Sky. Perhaps you will see the results of their actions, as well as your own?"

Op included the blurb on the game which includes one of the most blatant lies Hello Games was spreading....see who? its single player lol
12 Likes #4
First time posted since it's release. Good luck mate :)

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#5
Mire Mare
MrChi
This game is going to tank so fast in value
Yep big let down sub £20 in no time!
MM
To be completely honest, while I don't buy in the massive outrage this game caused, I don't think it's even worth a tenner given the gameplay and content that is in there. I've had a lot more fun with games that I got for a under $1 in bundles. I think I'll pick it up eventually in a humble indie bundle.
1 Like #6
It's funny how it went from £45 to £28 in a matter of month :)
#7
wouldn't even touch for a tenner lol feel sorry for people who picked this dud at full rrp
2 Likes #8
LewsTherin
"The same galaxy is also shared by every player of No Man's Sky. Perhaps you will see the results of their actions, as well as your own?"
Op included the blurb on the game which includes one of the most blatant lies Hello Games was spreading....see who? its single player lol

It's a little misleading if you don't read between the lines but the blurb isn't a lie. You do explore the same galaxy and can see the names given to planets, plants, animals and rocks by other players.
#9
I'll wait until it's under a tenner.
1 Like #10
hotmep
LewsTherin
"The same galaxy is also shared by every player of No Man's Sky. Perhaps you will see the results of their actions, as well as your own?"
Op included the blurb on the game which includes one of the most blatant lies Hello Games was spreading....see who? its single player lol

It's a little misleading if you don't read between the lines but the blurb isn't a lie. You do explore the same galaxy and can see the names given to planets, plants, animals and rocks by other players.


True true but you wont see the resulrs of their actions.
1 Like #11
'No Man's lie'
#12
This is at best a tech demo. It is incredibly boring. It's bare bones. I think Sony stripped it to down so that it can run on Ps4.
#13
Well as in the sense their actions dont really affect you.
1 Like #14
Yeah, massive disappointment and the truly awful thing is all they promised was totally feasible with the power of procedural generation. You just have to, you know, build the gameplay systems to actually make it possible. And unfortunately, Hello Games did not do that.

If they launched as early access for £20 with the intention of building it up over time, none of the fuss that has now happened would have happened. They should not have accepted a retail deal with Sony if they knew they had no chance on delivering the full product they promised on release day. Indie devs live or die by their reputation and they totally trashed theirs because they saw their chance to fast track to success and so took it, regardless of the obvious consequences (that they now are hiding from). What a rookie move.

Edited By: neilanderton1 on Sep 06, 2016 17:44: more detail
1 Like #15
Waited years for this game but bottled the pre-order cos I had so many other games on my shelf to play.

I still want to play it, but given the reviews, I think I'll wait until the bugs are fixed and it costs peanuts....which judging by this deal, won't be too long.
1 Like #16
Our local CEX is trying to flog preowned copies for £45 still, given the mountain of them on the shelves in there can't see that happening!
2 Likes #17
I was naughty downloaded a "demo" before I bought it- I thought it sounded too good to be true as the download file was only 2.5 GB !! Anyway played for a couple of hours and uninstalled- so glad I didn't pay for it.
#18
I reckon this game will plummet in value after Christmas. will pick it up when I can get it for a tenner
1 Like #19
chapchap
I was naughty downloaded a "demo" before I bought it- I thought it sounded too good to be true as the download file was only 2.5 GB !! Anyway played for a couple of hours and uninstalled- so glad I didn't pay for it.


Well, the size doesn't matter because of procedural generation. It is mostly maths, and as such will not require mountains of GB to make a game with.
1 Like #20
The backlash is coming...

No one saw this coming....

The greatest game of all time, promising the universe didn't deliver.... Shocker.

Will pick this up and from what I read and see I'll enjoy just might as well wait for it to be £15 before Xmas!

Heat for price

Edited By: joanddan7 on Sep 06, 2016 17:50
#21
smushs88
Our local CEX is trying to flog preowned copies for £45 still, given the mountain of them on the shelves in there can't see that happening!


That's most likely because they were offering £37 for a couple of weeks after release, only lost the price of a rental by trading it in :)
#22
turbobuddah
smushs88
Our local CEX is trying to flog preowned copies for £45 still, given the mountain of them on the shelves in there can't see that happening!


That's most likely because they were offering £37 for a couple of weeks after release, only lost the price of a rental by trading it in :)


wow CEX will buy this off you for £11 cash or for £20 CEX vouchers, but are still selling it for £45.
I wouldn't mind this game. seems OK to put on for half an hour whilst chilling after work before bed, but certainly not for any kind of marathon session
1 Like #23
This would of been miles better received if the small developer hadn't of put a full price AAA price tag on it. I traded it in after a few days only losing £4 but will happily buy it again when the price goes under £20 as that's all its worth.
2 Likes #24
dave859
This would have been miles better received if the small developer hadn't of put a full price AAA price tag on it. I traded it in after a few days only losing £4 but will happily buy it again when the price goes under £20 as that's all its worth.
I think Sony is partly to blame for this, I think there was a lot of input from them with regards to it being a AAA with that price tag, and they hyped it up far too much.
I still like the look of it and will eventually pick it up. I ploughed countless hours into Elite on the Amiga and all that was was moving from one system to another trading goods, fighting other ships and, later on in the game, a couple of missions.
The game has a framework for some good DLC IMO and start introducing more complex ideas, factions, missions, equipment. Look to games like Terraria on how to do free updates well. Just my 2p

Edit:I've voted hot as it's the most competitive price out there, even though it's still (IMO) too much for the game as it stands.

Edited By: Moonmonkeys on Sep 06, 2016 18:14
2 Likes #25
Personally really enjoyed this game but I can't argue with many of the criticisms leveled at it. It's still provided many experiences no other game has come close to, but after 15 hours you probably have seen all it can offer.

I sold my copy last week bit am definitely picking it up when they've added more stuff to it, as they have promised to do. It just needs expanding upon, it'd be awesome then.

PS I should also add it's the perfect game to play when drunk / listening to podcasts. :)
3 Likes #26
I have played and completed this game (got to the centre, got every upgrade and pass available, got the platinum trophy etc) then sold it to get most of my money back, i can give a more valid opinion on this than those posting comments who have not played it.

The game is fun for the first few hours, after that it gets repetitive and you will start seeing the same animals and plants on different worlds but just a different colour, going to the center is pointless. The best advice i can give is wait a year until they add in all the missing/lied about features and pay NO MORE than £10, this is an indie game and it should have been indie price.
1 Like #27
This game really divides opinion. I'm still loving it even after dozens of hours and it hasn't been out of my PS4 since the day of release. Whilst there are some aspects that need improving, the impossibly small indie company that made the game have already released 4 updates since it came out. They really do care about the game and want it to be the best it can be.

Here's the latest press release that shows that they are listening to the critics, which is more than you would get from Ubisoft or EA. http://www.no-mans-sky.com/2016/09/development-update/

Heat from me.

Edited By: Rustybucket on Sep 06, 2016 18:18
#28
dave859
This would of been miles better received if the small developer hadn't of put a full price AAA price tag on it. I traded it in after a few days only losing £4 but will happily buy it again when the price goes under £20 as that's all its worth.
Same here. I tried it for a couple of days and immediately knew it would quickly drop in price. Luckily for me, Game price matched CEX and I got £41 credit back for it. The down side is that it is only credit so it will probably go on PSN cards as Game's store and online prices are usually higher than everywhere else.
banned#29
Not gonna vote sun or moon because while it's a lot cheaper than it was at launch (£46-50?!) it still feels a bit too much for an indie game.
1 Like #30
Rustybucket
This game really divides opinion. I'm still loving it even after dozens of hours and it hasn't been out of my PS4 since the day of release. Whilst there are some aspects that need improving, the impossibly small indie company that made the game have already released 4 updates since it came out. They really do care about the game and want it to be the best it can be.
Here's the latest press release that shows that they are listening to the critics, which is more than you would get from Ubisoft or EA. http://www.no-mans-sky.com/2016/09/development-update/
Heat from me.


That press release shows nothing, they are still avoiding answering questions about all the missing features and misleading marketing, Sean Murray has pretty much disappeared from Twitter and again is also avoiding anwering questions from the press.

They even have the balls the say "What matters now, as always, is what we do rather than what we say", umm no what matters most is talking and engaging with your fans, answering questions, not burying their heads in the sand like they have been doing, with all the lies they told leading upto launch, what they say matters way more.
banned#31
fatcatsatonthemat
dave859
This would of been miles better received if the small developer hadn't of put a full price AAA price tag on it. I traded it in after a few days only losing £4 but will happily buy it again when the price goes under £20 as that's all its worth.
Same here. I tried it for a couple of days and immediately knew it would quickly drop in price. Luckily for me, Game price matched CEX and I got £41 credit back for it. The down side is that it is only credit so it will probably go on PSN cards as Game's store and online prices are usually higher than everywhere else.
Shenmue 3 might have the same fate. And I bring this up because it's also being overhyped to death and people might be expecting it to be a different game (whatever that is), but the price at least will be decent (moreso a digital copy than physical).

Digital copy - $29 (£21)
Physical copy - $60 (£44)

https://shenmue.link/order/
#32
Derlish
I'll wait until it's under a tenner.


I wouldn't even play it for free. Time is valuable and not to be wasted.

Edited By: Zatos on Sep 06, 2016 18:57: typo
1 Like #33
neilanderton1
Yeah, massive disappointment and the truly awful thing is all they promised was totally feasible with the power of procedural generation. You just have to, you know, build the gameplay systems to actually make it possible. And unfortunately, Hello Games did not do that.

If they launched as early access for £20 with the intention of building it up over time, none of the fuss that has now happened would have happened. They should not have accepted a retail deal with Sony if they knew they had no chance on delivering the full product they promised on release day. Indie devs live or die by their reputation and they totally trashed theirs because they saw their chance to fast track to success and so took it, regardless of the obvious consequences (that they now are hiding from). What a rookie move.


That would've been the best bet by retailing the game at £20 then adding Dlc. My biting point depending on what else is released is £14.99! Which I was expecting around about 2 months time
#34
neilanderton1
chapchap
I was naughty downloaded a "demo" before I bought it- I thought it sounded too good to be true as the download file was only 2.5 GB !! Anyway played for a couple of hours and uninstalled- so glad I didn't pay for it.
Well, the size doesn't matter because of procedural generation. It is mostly maths, and as such will not require mountains of GB to make a game with.
With the music and sound taking a good % of that then that might explain it does all look a bit samey. I mean the legs and arms might have different lengths but they aren't as varied as we have hear on earth. I don't hate the game but 30/40 quid is too much.
#35
jamhole
turbobuddah
smushs88
Our local CEX is trying to flog preowned copies for £45 still, given the mountain of them on the shelves in there can't see that happening!
That's most likely because they were offering £37 for a couple of weeks after release, only lost the price of a rental by trading it in :)
wow CEX will buy this off you for £11 cash or for £20 CEX vouchers, but are still selling it for £45.
I wouldn't mind this game. seems OK to put on for half an hour whilst chilling after work before bed, but certainly not for any kind of marathon session

I actually had to check if they actually were taking it off people hands for £11 cash £20 credit, and selling it for £45. Unbelievable. So happy. I bought it from Game Collection on release for £35.. and sold it to Cex for £36 a week and a half later. After realising what a load of dross it was.
#36
Free playstation plus December game lol
2 Likes #37
1064384
Free playstation plus December game lol

That'd be pretty good, and hopefully by then they will have patched in more stuff to do.
#38
Idiots who paid like 40-45 quid for this disappoining game can now see how much its worth lol...the price will only get lower. But as a new game, the way the price has dropped within the month of release is disgraceful. Will not be buying glady!! Haha
#39
1064384
Free playstation plus December game lol

In time for the VR £40 season pass. First dlc released will give the ability to look left, followed by right, up and finally down to complete the experience.
#40
Bought it for £27. Sold it for £37. The only good thing I can say about the game.

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