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No Man's Sky trailer adds dinosaurs, as if sexy space combat wasn't enough
Posted: 10.06.2014 09:52 by nickhorth1 Comments: 4
Developer Hello Games showed off yet another tantalizing glimpse at its procedurally-generated space explorer No Manís Sky at this year's E3. There's dinosaurs in it. Hello Games are clearly trying to cram everything I like into one game.



The idea is that you can jump in your ship and pretty much go anywhere, exploring a wide open galaxy with an almost endless variety of randomly-generated planets and wildlife.

There are just four studio members developing this. That's crazy. First announced at the Spike VGX back in 2013, No Man's Sky has only been officially confirmed on PS4 thus far. PC and other console versions have been hinted at pretty heavily though.

We'll bring you more on No Man's Sky, including any information about other platform releases, as soon as we get it.

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By djole381 (SI Elite) on Jun 10, 2014
djole381
So this game's back on track even though the devs got hit by the flood?
By nocutius (SI Elite) on Jun 10, 2014
nocutius
Damn, it's like the best time for sci-fi space games ever and just two years ago the genre was basically considered dead.
I love it how people don't need publishers anymore to do this kind of stuff.
By MeanSerbian (SI Veteran Member) on Jun 10, 2014
MeanSerbian
djole381 Excuse me but do you know what country are the developers from? Because there are a lot of floods in my country, and i'm pretty sure they are not from here :O Or did you mean something else when you said "hit by the flood". Just curious xD
By djole381 (SI Elite) on Jun 10, 2014
djole381
@MeanSerbian
Bro, you and I are both Serbian :) Either way, the devs got hit by a flood a few months ago, and lost most of their computers. It's really great to see they recovered.