It’s been all over the internet, a certain gamer got hold of an early copy of No Man’s Sky, arguably the most anticipated game on the PlayStation 4 so far and….
His statement read:
- Don’t expect mind-blowing graphics out the box
- Don’t expect to take off flying when the game starts. Must put in work
- Game was extremely smooth. No frame rate issues at all
- Expect to possibly not fire up another game for a while. I could tell in my short time that this game is gonna destroy some relationships and happy homes.
Who really gives a damn about too much attention to graphics that leads to a broken game? Before you crucify me, I mean, if I wanted a real life stuff, I’d go to the cinema. No Man’s Sky is the true definition of creativity in the gaming industry. We have never had it so good, other than milking publishers releasing the same game year-after-year.
The so-called gamer, a NeoGAF’s CAMPBLACKMAMBA24 user got the game off e-bay for $1250 and He has pretty much succeeded in hyping everyone, call it cheap marketing for Sony but NMS looks like value for money and time well spent. There was also a video revealing long minutes of No Man’s Sky gameplay on YouTube, but Sony has succeeded in taking it down.
The best graphics games do not really have the best gameplay out there. Gaming is more about the gaming mechanics, although graphics is important but should never be sacrificed for mediocre gameplay. Open world games normally do not come with mind-blowing graphics, being addicted to it is what matters. This addiction is not for all open world games though. We have seen more lame and crappy open word games than actually nice ones.
No Man Sky is purely artistic and will ultimately change the way we see games with its truly immersive and impressive gigantic universe.