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No Man's Sky: Foundation Update (version 1.1)

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posted on Nov, 28 2016 @ 04:04 PM
The silence has ended and Hello games have now released the first significant update to the game , Foundation is the beginning of a journey to make No Man's Sky the game we all hoped it would be , a foundation for bigger and better things.
Foundation brings a host of bug fixes and new features to the game world.

Closer look at the changes.
Looking forward to see what they come up with in 2017 , I like No Man's Sky and welcome a reason to go back to the Galaxy.

posted on Nov, 28 2016 @ 04:11 PM
yep, I was just gettin into it and BAMM!!!... power got knocked out by a storm.

I think it's funny how the game is still missing 50 features that were advertised at launch, but we get this instead. But whatever, "Many more free updates" is what they're promising. So that's good news.

posted on Nov, 28 2016 @ 04:11 PM
a reply to: gortex

Hmmm, need to go back to my poor explorer's cataloging journey. My mental game was that she/he was a lifer convict sent off by herself/himself into a distant galaxy to catalog planets, resources, lifeforms for the follow-up mining interests and colonists. They figured it was a better use of the waste of manpower than locking them away for life.

So, now that there is more to see and do, I need to go back to my aimless exploring and naming someday soon.

Of course, I just bought XCOM at the fall sale, so it might be a bit.

posted on Nov, 28 2016 @ 05:34 PM
Saw this the other day, can't wait to get it downloaded and get back to exploring.

I was really excited to get no mans sky and like most I was pretty disappointed with the finished product, but I thought to myself, compare the first version of Minecraft to what it has become today. That thought alone kept the game in my drawer, ready, waiting for an update like this.

posted on Nov, 28 2016 @ 10:20 PM
I was so close to getting this but held off due to the way the launch went. I am still tempted and probably will at some point but my back catalog is out of control right now. I probably have 40 games I need to play through. Between Steam, GOG and other new releases, I keep adding more and more to it. Damn sales are killing me. Not to mention I just got a Rift I am fooling around with. Might not keep it though, Not sure VR is quite there yet. Too many cool toys, not enough time.
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posted on Nov, 29 2016 @ 03:25 AM
This game was pretty amazing for a few days play but was far too easy to upgrade your exo suit and ship to full 48 slot and get all the blueprints and max gun/mining weapon to full

After that it just seemed pointless but still fun at times due to being lucky to land on a planet that actually looked good

They should change the ship/suit and mining tool to be a lot harder to upgrade with the upgrades gated in system zones as you get closer to the end goal

For the explorers out there they should add rare quest chains that require serious investigation over many star systems to pick up one off ships etc etc

THis game has great potential if they choose to actually make a game out of it

posted on Nov, 30 2016 @ 03:28 PM
In Case anyone wondering in this thread
the ASA Ruling for false advertisement

ASA Ruling

In a Nut Shell

We investigated the ad under CAP Code (Edition 12) rules 3.1 and 3.3 (Misleading advertising), 3.7 (Substantiation) and 3.11 (Exaggeration), but did not find it in breach.

No further action required.

posted on Dec, 30 2016 @ 08:12 AM
I know many still enjoy this game but i cant get passed all the lies that made me waste 60 on a preorder copy. No ability to make contact with players, no increased animal life, evolution, and lush planets as one goes towards the center. Lack of planet variety and realism. It's alot of color palet changes and animals with slightly differnt aranged body parts/colors. And then if you make it to the center, you got shot to another galaxy and crash land on another planet with all your shiat broken.

Basically, the game pretended to be 2-3 years ahead of where it really was. Its a nice little early access game that acted as a AAA space exploration title.

Maybe if i could get my measly $60 back id be less of a critic, but unlike some others, i put time into playing it before i finally realized shaun murray lied his ass off to money town.

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