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No Man's Sky (PS4) £12.99 (Online & in-store) @ Smyths (C+C for Free or £2.99 Home Delivery)
No Man's Sky (PS4) £12.99 (Online & in-store) @ Smyths (C+C for Free or £2.99 Home Delivery)

No Man's Sky (PS4) £12.99 (Online & in-store) @ Smyths (C+C for Free or £2.99 Home Delivery)

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The right price for this game... Bargain!

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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.

101 Comments

More like one mans lie.... (_;) heat added mate (tempted to rebuy to try out this base building malarky)

Still £12 too much to bite

simont_space

Still £12 too much to bite



It isn't that bad

games developers should stick to proper game making! good story,good solid gameplay, graphics etc. instead of all this hippy **** and fascination of always wanting to be clever different! keeps blowing up in their faces!

Good price for this. Still don't think it's my thing, but this is as low as I've seen it.

DaveWallace

Good price for this. Still don't think it's my thing, but this is as low … Good price for this. Still don't think it's my thing, but this is as low as I've seen it.



Someone picked it up from a charity shop for £1.99 the other month, the threads in misc
Edited by: "nathan3007" 3rd Feb

nice price

Decent price, they've addressed many of the bigger issues (apparently), a similar game Astroneer in preview will cost you £15 and is also hugely buggy (I refunded my purchase yesterday after a week playing it).

Good price.

chasolo

games developers should stick to proper game making! good story,good … games developers should stick to proper game making! good story,good solid gameplay, graphics etc. instead of all this hippy **** and fascination of always wanting to be clever different! keeps blowing up in their faces!



Tell that to Chris Roberts on Star Citizen (I'm a backer), NMS has nothing on their vision

Banned

my goty

nathan3007

Someone picked it up from a charity shop for £1.99 the other month, the … Someone picked it up from a charity shop for £1.99 the other month, the threads in misc


I didn't see that.

chasolo

games developers should stick to proper game making! good story,good … games developers should stick to proper game making! good story,good solid gameplay, graphics etc. instead of all this hippy **** and fascination of always wanting to be clever different! keeps blowing up in their faces!



If games makers didn't push boundaries we'd still be playing pong.

Good price cheapest I've seen this..

vision is nice, but it means nothing unless the game is actually released...

I'm not sure which is worse - releasing a game half-finished like NMS or asking people to pay for a game that then isn't released for years like Star Citizen

Ok now I might bite

Heat, may grab it whilst out on my travels today.

Looks like it should have been a £14.99 PSN release anyways IMO.

£14.99 online at GAME for anyone with vouchers.

God damn, I bought this at launch.. sold it almost immediately... but that is enough to bite at. thanks op.

Great game, not to everyone's liking but if you fancy a different, more relaxed wander around the galaxy this could be for you. The new improvements have drastically improved the overall experience, bargain for £12.

still £2 above my biting point

Dammit, I paid 80p more than this and I haven't even received it yet. oO

£2.99 delivery below £20

Well worth £13 - heated
I recently bought preowned for a touch more (not even delivered yet (ಠ_ಠ) to give base-building a go.

chasolo

games developers should stick to proper game making! good story,good … games developers should stick to proper game making! good story,good solid gameplay, graphics etc. instead of all this hippy **** and fascination of always wanting to be clever different! keeps blowing up in their faces!



​How does one be "clever different"? I've not seen anything released yet as interesting as Dead Space or Mass Effect, thankfully these weren't run of the mill games!

cold.....better offers elsewhere,

one building down the road had just been painted, so i could sit and watch paint dry there for free.

heat.... although I'm still on with resistance fall of man.

For £13 you can't really argue with this.

I paid about £18 used and haven't even gotten round to playing it yet.

My £16.95 copy is still unwrapped
Nice find and heated

Game is still a steaming pile of dog crap.

Considering I just bought awesome Mortal Kombat X for the same exact price, at this value it's still a scam
Edited by: "luffydude" 3rd Feb

I enjoyed this, definitely worth it at >£20

£14 delivered at Tesco Direct as another option, clubcard vouchers from the previous quarter have arrived today as well

tesco.com/dir…prd

Bargain considering there are over 18 quintillion planets. If you took a penny and scraped it with your fingernail, that invisible bit that flakes off is probably what you are paying per planet. Amazing!

I think this game should have always been Indie/Digital Game price from launch.

I think the reason it received so much bad press is down to the incredibly bad marketing, claiming to be some AAA title when it all was, was a voxel database and a clever algorithm.

Had this been around the £15.99 mark in line with other indies on the digital stores it would have received some disappointment, but not to the scale it did after customers were dropping 50 quid on it.

cheers mixmixi - foundation update here I come!
Edited by: "Maevoric" 3rd Feb

I bought at £15 and have no regrets. Completely addicted to it. My 10yo son is also really into it. It's flawed, but improved a lot by a recent patch and you'll get many hours of enjoyment from it.

i paid £30 at launch and didn't feel ripped off until the game becomes a grind. £12 is fine. easily a good 15-20 fun hours to get out of it.

Picked up a copy, pre-owned was still £24.99 but new was £12.99 so thanks

Good price so voted hot... Still around £12 too much. Lol

£5 and I'll bite. The backlog is far too long to waste £12-15

RuudBullit

If games makers didn't push boundaries we'd still be playing pong.



Haha good one.

They "talked" about pushing boundaries but all we got was a mediocre exploration game that grew very boring after only a few days.

I hear the patch has improved many aspects of that though to be fair, but it should never of been a £40+ title.
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