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[PS4] No Mans Sky-As New (Boomerang Rentals Via Amazon) £19.98

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2p cheaper than gamescentre 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… Read More
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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.

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.

Share your discoveries - Everyone starts No Man's Sky on the outer rim of the same unexplored galaxy.

Space combat on a grand scale - Make enemies and forge alliances by joining battles between the factions that occupy the galaxy.

Trade your way through the galaxy - Violence is not the only route to success.

Prepare yourself for exploration - By upgrading your engines, you can travel further and faster, pushing at the frontiers of the known galaxy.

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.
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#1
Judging by the reviews I would give this a few more weeks and it'll probably be half this price...
#2
PlanetP
Judging by the reviews I would give this a few more weeks and it'll probably be half this price...
I think a lot could depend on how this investigation goes, but I would maybe expect a steady drop in the coming months, maybe around £15 mark by christmas
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nathan3007
PlanetP
Judging by the reviews I would give this a few more weeks and it'll probably be half this price...
I think a lot could depend on how this investigation goes, but I would maybe expect a steady drop in the coming months, maybe around £15 mark by christmas

I'm not so sure. Obviously this is my personal opinion and others will disagree, but the most logical decision for this title right now is to launch it onto PlayStation Plus. Obviously that's going to outrage any earlier adopters of the game and it's rightfully so.

Hello Games took a massive challenge on when they announced No Man's Sky, and unfortunately it all went to pot. There's the obvious issues surrounding the game that I'm sure everybody is aware of just what they are by now. It's actually really sad to see that this generations 'most anticipated' game has now turned into such an outrage (even declining in value faster than Battleborn). Hello Games (or more notably Sean Murray) need to learn how to deal with the press and/or not what to say before the release of their next game, which with any luck will be Joe Danger 3.

Cut your losses and plant it on PS+.
2 Likes #4
£18.99 on music magpie, plus there is a code (IGN20) for 20% off
#5
Gamescentre price was for new.

I read today that this game made 86m $ in its first month.
2 Likes #6
Promise loads - deliver little - make 86m.

Welcome to the modern gaming industry
1 Like #7
£15 quids worrh of game. If that had priced it at that from the beginning then most people would not be so **** off paying AAA prices for an Indie game.

I'm still really enjoying the game btw.
1 Like #8
oUkTuRkEyIII
Gamescentre price was for new.
I read today that this game made 86m $ in its first month.
I was referring to the current pricing
Used-£20 (Now OOS)
New-£25
Probably a big chunk of that would be day 1 preorders/digital sales at a guess. I bought it a few days after it came out from game, and within 2 weeks I traded it in, it got really repetitive and there wasn't really anything new or that me go 'wow' after a few hours.
1 Like #9
Mr Matt
£15 quids worrh of game. If that had priced it at that from the beginning then most people would not be so **** off paying AAA prices for an Indie game.
I'm still really enjoying the game btw.

Angry people don't reduce the 86m though and that will mean that we will still suffer similar launches in the future.

Unfortunately.
#10
I had seen it today at £22 in Grainger Games pre owned but didn't post because I knew it was pointless. HG and Sean have a massive task just to get people believing in the game again and the price dropping so fast with its user base is bad all around for them. I can't see this taking long to hit £10 and then PS+ at some point just to see if people will play it for free.

With all the controversy over it I wouldn't be surprised to hear of HG disbanding at some point in the near future because barring a miracle they are almost dead in the water right now.

Edited By: evosquest on Oct 03, 2016 23:59: spelling
1 Like #11
joanddan7
Mr Matt
£15 quids worrh of game. If that had priced it at that from the beginning then most people would not be so **** off paying AAA prices for an Indie game.
I'm still really enjoying the game btw.
Angry people don't reduce the 86m though and that will mean that we will still suffer similar launches in the future.
Unfortunately.


you only suffer if you pre-order or dont wait to find out from the masses if there is something very wrong with the title. I wasnt massively hyped about this and was luckily glad to have not adpoted early into all the BS.

games like Destiny, Watchdogs (Actually any ubisoft Title) have made me more aware .... especially if there is an embargo on the game .... some do actually very well that has had them mainly for story telling purposes but its a publishers trick to massively hype a game up only for it to fail
#12
clemo1981
joanddan7
Mr Matt
£15 quids worrh of game. If that had priced it at that from the beginning then most people would not be so **** off paying AAA prices for an Indie game.
I'm still really enjoying the game btw.
Angry people don't reduce the 86m though and that will mean that we will still suffer similar launches in the future.
Unfortunately.
you only suffer if you pre-order or dont wait to find out from the masses if there is something very wrong with the title. I wasnt massively hyped about this and was luckily glad to have not adpoted early into all the BS.
games like Destiny, Watchdogs (Actually any ubisoft Title) have made me more aware .... especially if there is an embargo on the game .... some do actually very well that has had them mainly for story telling purposes but its a publishers trick to massively hype a game up only for it to fail

Agreed but 86m says most don't do the same and it isn't and can't be considered a fail... it's a massive success.

Clearly the way forward to to hype loads and don't deliver. They have 86m reasons at least to do this again.
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joanddan7
clemo1981
joanddan7
Mr Matt
£15 quids worrh of game. If that had priced it at that from the beginning then most people would not be so **** off paying AAA prices for an Indie game.
I'm still really enjoying the game btw.
Angry people don't reduce the 86m though and that will mean that we will still suffer similar launches in the future.
Unfortunately.
you only suffer if you pre-order or dont wait to find out from the masses if there is something very wrong with the title. I wasnt massively hyped about this and was luckily glad to have not adpoted early into all the BS.
games like Destiny, Watchdogs (Actually any ubisoft Title) have made me more aware .... especially if there is an embargo on the game .... some do actually very well that has had them mainly for story telling purposes but its a publishers trick to massively hype a game up only for it to fail
Agreed but 86m says most don't do the same and it isn't and can't be considered a fail... it's a massive success.
Clearly the way forward to to hype loads and don't deliver. They have 86m reasons at least to do this again.


yeah i understand the sheeple who buy into things without checking, thats what im saying though, if you get stung so many times its best to fact check these days, not worth buying before trying
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I still find it funny how people got scammed into this game. For years there were a legion of defenders who hated on anyone who dared to call this game out. People were saying "but what do you actually do?" but pretty much all those defenders and even the haters bought into the hype and bought the game in droves essensially paying full retail price for an indie game lol.

All of those people got burnt.

As for Hello Games their reputation and the No Mans Sky brand is in the dirt. No one will buy their next game. No publisher will publish their game or want anything to do with them. Even though they made loads of money their company are as good as dead. They won't even want to fund their next game themselves because they know it will flop because of what they said with No Mans Sky.

I saw through this game with the first video and it just looked boring and generic. I don't fall for hype anymore. Sadly other people will continue to eat up the hype a company throws at them. Always assume a company is trying to scam you until proven otherwise.


Edited By: darkspace100 on Oct 04, 2016 12:10
#16
Same with Destiny Fanboys .... only problem is there still doing it ... and throwing more money into the game lmao

darkspace100
I still find it funny how people got scammed into this game. For years there were a legion of defenders who hated on anyone who dared to call this game out. People were saying "but what do you actually do?" but pretty much all those defenders and even the haters bought into the hype and bought the game in droves essensially paying full retail price for an indie game lol.
All of those people got burnt.
As for Hello Games their reputation and the No Mans Sky brand is in the dirt. No one will buy their next game. No publisher will publish their game or want anything to do with them. Even though they made loads of money their company are as good as dead. They won't even want to fund their next game themselves because they know it will flop because of what they said with No Mans Sky.
I saw through this game with the first video and it just looked boring and generic. I don't fall for hype anymore. Sadly other people will continue to eat up the hype a company throws at them. Always assume a company is trying to scam you until proven otherwise.
#17
Luckily i sold mine in August for £40 ;) how quickly this has dropped

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