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No Man’s Sky (PS4) Preowned £8.99 @ Musicmagpie via eBay
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A universe beyond every light in the sky is a star system you can visit. Every planet, life-form and civilization is unique. Every corner of the universe is a frontier waiting to be explored. 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. So where will you go first?
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chaank04/03/2020 09:46

''devotion to this game''?, as apposed to, deliveing a thread bare game at …''devotion to this game''?, as apposed to, deliveing a thread bare game at launch, lies, false promises, unreachable and unavailable for comment. Naturally, the 'hate' would be a natural reaction when you've been out right swindled.


A team of 25 were pressured into delivering a AAA to a deadline - the correct decision would have been to tell Sony, et al to **** off but they made a mistake and instead delivered an incomplete Indie game at full AAA price.
It would have been the easiest thing in the world to grab the cash and run at that point but they didn't - they stuck with it, delivering free updates again and again, to make a game that not only delivers on it's original promises but surpasses them.

Your butt might still be hurt by the initial disappointment (I was a day 1 buyer too!) and you may never forgive them for their mistakes but you cannot deny their commitment to the game and the bargain that it represents here.
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Awesome, got one. Thanks!
Alot of game play for under £10.00, might not be everyone's cup of tea tho.
This include psvr update?
DazLFC03/03/2020 23:23

This include psvr update?


If you apply the updates then yes
Fantastic game (eventually) and an absolute must-own if you have PSVR! This is a great price too (lowest since "Beyond" came out?) - much heat!

You've got to admire Hello Games' devotion to this game, in spite of the hate it received at launch!
I'm still waiting for a Pro patch (to reduce the blurriness in VR), but even without it, it's one of the best PSVR games out there - a complete game (not just a 4-8 hour experience, like most VR games) and the seamless way you transverse between foot, air & space (no loading screens) really helps the feeling of immersion
BubaMan04/03/2020 08:03

Fantastic game (eventually) and an absolute must-own if you have PSVR! …Fantastic game (eventually) and an absolute must-own if you have PSVR! This is a great price too (lowest since "Beyond" came out?) - much heat!You've got to admire Hello Games' devotion to this game, in spite of the hate it received at launch!I'm still waiting for a Pro patch (to reduce the blurriness in VR), but even without it, it's one of the best PSVR games out there - a complete game (not just a 4-8 hour experience, like most VR games) and the seamless way you transverse between foot, air & space (no loading screens) really helps the feeling of immersion


I agree, hello games really don’t get the credit they deserve. They stuck with the game and really delivered on their prelaunch hype (eventually)! Thanks BubaMan
BubaMan04/03/2020 08:03

Fantastic game (eventually) and an absolute must-own if you have PSVR! …Fantastic game (eventually) and an absolute must-own if you have PSVR! This is a great price too (lowest since "Beyond" came out?) - much heat!You've got to admire Hello Games' devotion to this game, in spite of the hate it received at launch!I'm still waiting for a Pro patch (to reduce the blurriness in VR), but even without it, it's one of the best PSVR games out there - a complete game (not just a 4-8 hour experience, like most VR games) and the seamless way you transverse between foot, air & space (no loading screens) really helps the feeling of immersion


''devotion to this game''?, as apposed to, deliveing a thread bare game at launch, lies, false promises, unreachable and unavailable for comment. Naturally, the 'hate' would be a natural reaction when you've been out right swindled.
chaank04/03/2020 09:46

''devotion to this game''?, as apposed to, deliveing a thread bare game at …''devotion to this game''?, as apposed to, deliveing a thread bare game at launch, lies, false promises, unreachable and unavailable for comment. Naturally, the 'hate' would be a natural reaction when you've been out right swindled.


A team of 25 were pressured into delivering a AAA to a deadline - the correct decision would have been to tell Sony, et al to **** off but they made a mistake and instead delivered an incomplete Indie game at full AAA price.
It would have been the easiest thing in the world to grab the cash and run at that point but they didn't - they stuck with it, delivering free updates again and again, to make a game that not only delivers on it's original promises but surpasses them.

Your butt might still be hurt by the initial disappointment (I was a day 1 buyer too!) and you may never forgive them for their mistakes but you cannot deny their commitment to the game and the bargain that it represents here.
BubaMan04/03/2020 10:55

A team of 25 were pressured into delivering a AAA to a deadline - the …A team of 25 were pressured into delivering a AAA to a deadline - the correct decision would have been to tell Sony, et al to **** off but they made a mistake and instead delivered an incomplete Indie game at full AAA price.It would have been the easiest thing in the world to grab the cash and run at that point but they didn't - they stuck with it, delivering free updates again and again, to make a game that not only delivers on it's original promises but surpasses them.Your butt might still be hurt by the initial disappointment (I was a day 1 buyer too!) and you may never forgive them for their mistakes but you cannot deny their commitment to the game and the bargain that it represents here.


All things considered they did pretty well. It took a few years but it's obvious that they are not bad guys.
I never got into No Man's Sky and pretty much forgot about it after a while. Recently I saw that Internet Historian made a long video on Youtube about them and it was a pretty cool analysis and rather informative. Just putting that out there if someone else is curious what's going on here.
BubaMan04/03/2020 10:55

A team of 25 were pressured into delivering a AAA to a deadline - the …A team of 25 were pressured into delivering a AAA to a deadline - the correct decision would have been to tell Sony, et al to **** off but they made a mistake and instead delivered an incomplete Indie game at full AAA price.It would have been the easiest thing in the world to grab the cash and run at that point but they didn't - they stuck with it, delivering free updates again and again, to make a game that not only delivers on it's original promises but surpasses them.Your butt might still be hurt by the initial disappointment (I was a day 1 buyer too!) and you may never forgive them for their mistakes but you cannot deny their commitment to the game and the bargain that it represents here.



They took peoples money on Pre-Orders and Day1+ sales knowingly. They were immediately silent and unapproachable, leaving purchasers and gamers in limbo. If they didn't wan't to face the legal ramifications and being shunned as development leper's in the future........they had no choice. They did what they were initially paid to do, and for their own self serving needs. Developers and publishers are becoming the equivalent of the 70's slimmy Rock Managers. I give them no quarter. Do the job we pay you to do. Ouch, were's that cushion?.
It's not a good game, there are so many better ones.
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