I bought this on day 1 release for PC and hated it. It got a lot of hype press, and we were promised a lot of things we never got. Fast forward two years here to 2018 and we have had loads of updates, slowly drip feeding us all those promises, with multiplayer coming at the end of July.
This game is basically Minecraft in space. You spend an enormous amount of time mining resources while trying to stay alive.
Variety in the planets? Eh, some.
Variety in animals? Hmm, not hugely.
Somehow still incredibly addictive? Yes.
I am an open worlds kind of gamer, and, having been a fan of space epics like Mass Effect, SW:TOR, etc, I was looking forward to No Man's Sky.
After two years of updates, it is finally worth the money. It won't change your life, but if you have patience and don't mind a grind, give it a shot.
Verified purchase:Yes | Condition:pre-owned | Sold by:musicmagpie
That's how I felt playing this game, the world's are empty, the animals on each world are more or less the same as the last. Once you have gone to a couple of worlds you have pretty much seen everything. Didn't last long before me and my son turned horizon zero dawn back on! My advice, buy that instead.
Verified purchase:Yes | Condition:pre-owned | Sold by:pugsy02
My man is enjoying this game so far. It's taken a while to get used to it.
Although the gameplay is a little slow, its a fascinating concept which I think will take a while to get going.
Could do with a little more instruction on gameplay for gamers who are just starting out.
Verified purchase:Yes | Condition:pre-owned | Sold by:kevster_87