No Man’s Sky VISIONS Update Trailer Leaked

Hello Games is working on another update called No Man’s Sky VISIONS. The leaked trailer didn’t give a release date so we may hear an official statement from the No Man’s Sky team soon. The No Man’s Sky VISIONS trailer is currently labeled as “Unlisted” on HelloGamesTube’s page. The narrator in the video described new featuresContinue reading “No Man’s Sky VISIONS Update Trailer Leaked”

No Man’s Sky NEXT Shows Just How Big of an Influence the Media has over Gamers

No Man’s Sky is a great game. This is an opinion which month ago would cause huge backlash, and multitude of angry people explaining why I am “objectively” wrong. Yet, it seems that this all changed with No Man’s Sky newest update simple titled NEXT. Why is that though? Is No Man’s Sky NEXT reallyContinue reading “No Man’s Sky NEXT Shows Just How Big of an Influence the Media has over Gamers”

No Man’s Sky is Currently One of the Most Played Games on Steam

Before its eventual release, there was monumental hype surrounding No Man’s Sky. Once it released back in 2016, it was met with mild reviews and displeasure from fans. After two years, Developer Hello Games has added a lot of content to the game. Now, Sean Murray of Hello Games has revealed in a tweet thatContinue reading “No Man’s Sky is Currently One of the Most Played Games on Steam”

No Man’s Sky Developer Sean Murray Speaks About Game Controversy

After two years since the messy launch of No Man’s Sky, Sean Murray has stepped up to speak with The Guardian newspaper. He gave us his take on the post-launch backlash and what’s in store for the future of the game. Murray stated, “The internet is really good at knowing when somebody has made a mistake.”Continue reading “No Man’s Sky Developer Sean Murray Speaks About Game Controversy”

No Man’s Sky NEXT – a Mutliplayer Update to No Man’s Sky

Almost two years after release, Hello Games announced that No Man’s Sky will get multiplayer. No Man’s Sky NEXT is the upcoming update and it will be their fourth major update since launch. No Man’s Sky became controversial after its release since Sean Murray, Director of No Man’s Sky, made the game seem more grandiose thanContinue reading “No Man’s Sky NEXT – a Mutliplayer Update to No Man’s Sky”

GPS Episode 55: No Man’s Sky Update, Spider Man, Far Cry 5, and More

GPS is available on all podcast services including Stitcher, iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Castbox, and all RSS feed. Episode 55 of our gaming podcast, The Gamer Pros Show (GPS), is now live! We recorded this just before PAX East, so expect our next episode to be full of great indie game content! We’re closing out our discussion on Far CryContinue reading “GPS Episode 55: No Man’s Sky Update, Spider Man, Far Cry 5, and More”

GPS Episode 24: Sonic Mania, No Man’s Sky Update, and More

Episode 24 of our gaming podcast, The Gamer Professionals Show (GPS) is now live! The game releases have finally started to become consistent once again, after a bit of a dry spell for the past couple months. We’ll certainly be reviewing a lot of games from here on out until the end of the year.Continue reading “GPS Episode 24: Sonic Mania, No Man’s Sky Update, and More”

How Games Media Saturation Hurts and Ultimately Controls Us

There’s something wrong with games media coverage. It’s a complex problem that I’m not sure I fully comprehend yet, but I started thinking about it when I began a new playthrough of Pokémon Red a few weeks ago. I remember being so young I was probably only a few weeks out of the womb when I first pickedContinue reading “How Games Media Saturation Hurts and Ultimately Controls Us”

Could Ad-words be the Next Frontier of Procedural Generation?

Whether you think it’s a brilliant ploy for advertising or a terrifying Orwellian tool of observation and mass consumerism, data mining and user analytics have already begun to change the way that sales and marketing exploit our habits and behavior to promote products. Delve into your own Ad-words page on Google and it will revealContinue reading “Could Ad-words be the Next Frontier of Procedural Generation?”

The Last Guardian Continues 2016’s Disappointing Trend

I think for a lot of people, 2016 will be the year that they were let down by games that didn’t attain the perfection promised by the surrounding hype. Whether that hype be generated by over-zealous advertising, or the gestation over a more than lengthy period of development, I can’t remember another year where so many games, havingContinue reading “The Last Guardian Continues 2016’s Disappointing Trend”

No Man’s Sky Update Breathes New Life into Game

If you are one of the few remaining owners of Hello Game’s space and planetary exploration game, No Man’s Sky, you can now get on and download the Foundation Update. This free update adds a great deal of new things to the game, mostly revolving around base building. While I truly loved No Man’s SkyContinue reading “No Man’s Sky Update Breathes New Life into Game”

No Man’s Sky Breaks Silence, Announces First Update

The controversy surrounding No Man’s Sky’s release is certainly one of the most interesting recent events in gaming. With expectations running far too high for a realistic outcome, an immense backlash took place with many players stating that Hello Games founder Sean Murray over promised and, ultimately, lied about what the game would be. EvenContinue reading “No Man’s Sky Breaks Silence, Announces First Update”