Posted by marc August 09, 2016

It's been a long wait since that mind-blowing reveal trailer in 2013, and it wasn't helped by several last-minute delays, but No Man's Sky is finally out. Unfortunately, the hype machine has the odds stacked against the independently developed game. There's just no way the game will meet some gamers' inflated expectations. And while no complete reviews have been published by critics, Metacritic reports an average 5.2 (out of 10) user-submitted score. While some people find the game's exploration a relaxing escape, others find it simply boring and repetitive. What's unquestionable is how amazing the game's art is: green skies, red grass, and bizarre creatures are just a few permutations from the game's randomly generated world. I don't have a PS4 to play this on, but it's definitely near the top of the list for when I finally get my hands on one.

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