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First In-Game Footage Shown at E3 2016

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  • FlyByKnightFlyByKnight Member EpicPosts: 3,967
    I bet you if No Mans Sky was compatible with Occulus Rift or some other flash in the pan head goggle someones head would explode from confusion and mixed emotions.
    "As far as the forum code of conduct, I would think it's a bit outdated and in need of a refre *CLOSED*" 

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  • cheyanecheyane Member EpicPosts: 6,443
    I too dislike the first person view but it looks good and the fact that its a seamless world able to support a lot of players is even better.
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  • OfficerFriendlyEQ2OfficerFriendlyEQ2 Member UncommonPosts: 105
    Sadly, i clicked this because my mind said EQ3 
  • DMKanoDMKano Member LegendaryPosts: 21,740
    I guess I am going to be the party pooper - this is a good example of a trailer that won't live up at all to the actual game (if it ever gets finished).

    Just my hunch.
  • MadFrenchieMadFrenchie Member LegendaryPosts: 8,483
    SEANMCAD said:
    1. yes there are people who are falling over themselves over No Mans Sky
    2. we DO know about the playablity and features of those 'other' games
    3. we DONT know about the playablity and full feature list of No Mans Sky
    4. Many if not most of those 'other' games have said playability and is compelling experience, while No Mans Sky we dont know if its compelling because we cant play it.

    that is all I am saying on that topic.

    I think we can keep it to a 3 point exchange at most before it gets out of control :)
    so I am trying to mitigate that.


    Wow. lol

    Cheers Mate! ;)
    I'm kind of upset that I seemed to have completely missed all the crazy hype No Man's Sky is getting.  Out of all my gaming friends, I'm pretty sure I'm the only one who even knows about it.  :o

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  • Solar_ProphetSolar_Prophet Member EpicPosts: 1,948
    First time we've seen the game, and it already looks closer to being finished than Star Citizen.

    Game looks interesting, but we'll see.

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  • StizzledStizzled Member RarePosts: 1,944

    DMKano said:

    I guess I am going to be the party pooper - this is a good example of a trailer that won't live up at all to the actual game (if it ever gets finished).



    Just my hunch.



    Call me crazy, but I didn't think this looked all that amazing. I see this and all I can think is Space Engineers. I've done all of this already.

    I see it didn't take SEAN long to come in to a completely unrelated game's thread and start dissing No Man's Sky. I crack up every time he directly compares NMS and SE, as if they're even remotely similar, other than being in space. I guess it's obvious he would do the same here, seeing as this appears to be SE 2.0.
  • SpottyGekkoSpottyGekko Member EpicPosts: 6,912

    SEANMCAD said:

    poor No Mans Sky...



    Don't worry, this game won't make the slightest difference to NMS's success, it won't even slow it down slightly, lol

    This is pre-alpha footage, so this game is still a year or two from release at best. NMS launches in a few months' time ! :D
  • ErillionErillion Member EpicPosts: 9,826
    Looks good. Added to my list of games to watch out for.

    I love the revival of the spaceflight and space sim game genre. :-D


    Have fun
  • TweFojuTweFoju Member UncommonPosts: 1,187
    as someone who loves mmo so much, this is what NMS should have been, ( at least for me )

    having the quantilion gazilion planet does not even make sense

    So What Now?

  • SEANMCADSEANMCAD Member EpicPosts: 16,775

    SEANMCAD said:

    poor No Mans Sky...



    Don't worry, this game won't make the slightest difference to NMS's success, it won't even slow it down slightly, lol

    This is pre-alpha footage, so this game is still a year or two from release at best. NMS launches in a few months' time ! :D
    good point...and elite dangerous with planetary landing and space engineers with planetary landing are both already out.

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  • DarkcrystalDarkcrystal Member UncommonPosts: 963
    SEANMCAD said:
    poor No Mans Sky. 

    Landing on planets? yeah already covered by about 6 games now (or so I would have to count)
    does it matter how many games can do this???  Don't  buy it, but many people do and may want to buy them all or one out of the bunch since it may have different features...I don't see why companies can't make games to have competition...Competition is a good thing..
  • SEANMCADSEANMCAD Member EpicPosts: 16,775
    SEANMCAD said:
    poor No Mans Sky. 

    Landing on planets? yeah already covered by about 6 games now (or so I would have to count)
    does it matter how many games can do this???  Don't  buy it, but many people do and may want to buy them all or one out of the bunch since it may have different features...I don't see why companies can't make games to have competition...Competition is a good thing..
    out of all the games that do this general 'thing' No Man Sky literally looks like the LEAST attractive of all of them.

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  • CrazKanukCrazKanuk Member EpicPosts: 6,130
    Stizzled said:

    DMKano said:

    I guess I am going to be the party pooper - this is a good example of a trailer that won't live up at all to the actual game (if it ever gets finished).



    Just my hunch.



    Call me crazy, but I didn't think this looked all that amazing. I see this and all I can think is Space Engineers. I've done all of this already.

    I see it didn't take SEAN long to come in to a completely unrelated game's thread and start dissing No Man's Sky. I crack up every time he directly compares NMS and SE, as if they're even remotely similar, other than being in space. I guess it's obvious he would do the same here, seeing as this appears to be SE 2.0.

    I agree, it looks pretty horrible. This is where the ambiguous naming conventions begin to hurt games. Pre-alpha == essentially anything. It's a development build. Problem is that people now believe otherwise, like there is some sort of timeline attached to Pre-Alpha like it's a phase of testing or something. So by labeling it as being captured from a pre-alpha build, I feel like it gives the false impression that what we're seeing is closer to being done than it actually is. 

    Crazkanuk

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  • SEANMCADSEANMCAD Member EpicPosts: 16,775
    CrazKanuk said:
    Stizzled said:

    DMKano said:

    I guess I am going to be the party pooper - this is a good example of a trailer that won't live up at all to the actual game (if it ever gets finished).



    Just my hunch.



    Call me crazy, but I didn't think this looked all that amazing. I see this and all I can think is Space Engineers. I've done all of this already.

    I see it didn't take SEAN long to come in to a completely unrelated game's thread and start dissing No Man's Sky. I crack up every time he directly compares NMS and SE, as if they're even remotely similar, other than being in space. I guess it's obvious he would do the same here, seeing as this appears to be SE 2.0.

    I agree, it looks pretty horrible. This is where the ambiguous naming conventions begin to hurt games. Pre-alpha == essentially anything. It's a development build. Problem is that people now believe otherwise, like there is some sort of timeline attached to Pre-Alpha like it's a phase of testing or something. So by labeling it as being captured from a pre-alpha build, I feel like it gives the false impression that what we're seeing is closer to being done than it actually is. 
    I am 'pre-alpha' player for Out of Reach and I got to say that game is really good. It needs more content but even at its current state it has more content then most released games so there is that

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  • User836User836 Member UncommonPosts: 117

    Hmm, what was it again... it's like at the tip of the tongue..

    Ahah, potential!

    That's the word I was looking for. Haven't seen it for so long, took a while to identify it.

  • SavageHorizonSavageHorizon Member RarePosts: 3,416
    edited June 2016


    I bet you if No Mans Sky was compatible with Occulus Rift or some other flash in the pan head goggle someones head would explode from confusion and mixed emotions.



    It is will be on the Ps4 vr in fact many are saying that's why it was delayed from August to late year. Remember No Man's Sky was a Ps4 exclusive but it will now be available on pc but not xbox1.




  • SavageHorizonSavageHorizon Member RarePosts: 3,416


    First time we've seen the game, and it already looks closer to being finished than Star Citizen.



    Game looks interesting, but we'll see.



    Yeah lol.

    Where is Mr have Fun?




  • MendelMendel Member EpicPosts: 3,432
    Interesting.  It seems to have a very small scale, though.  Flying from planet to planet is faster than I can get to the car to drive to the airport to fly to a neighboring state.  Let me correct myself, it's not a very small scale, it's a sub-atomic scale.  Space should feel bigger.

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  • ErillionErillion Member EpicPosts: 9,826

    Where is Mr have Fun?
    9 posts above you ;-)


    Have fun
  • CrazKanukCrazKanuk Member EpicPosts: 6,130
    SEANMCAD said:
    CrazKanuk said:
    Stizzled said:

    DMKano said:

    I guess I am going to be the party pooper - this is a good example of a trailer that won't live up at all to the actual game (if it ever gets finished).



    Just my hunch.



    Call me crazy, but I didn't think this looked all that amazing. I see this and all I can think is Space Engineers. I've done all of this already.

    I see it didn't take SEAN long to come in to a completely unrelated game's thread and start dissing No Man's Sky. I crack up every time he directly compares NMS and SE, as if they're even remotely similar, other than being in space. I guess it's obvious he would do the same here, seeing as this appears to be SE 2.0.

    I agree, it looks pretty horrible. This is where the ambiguous naming conventions begin to hurt games. Pre-alpha == essentially anything. It's a development build. Problem is that people now believe otherwise, like there is some sort of timeline attached to Pre-Alpha like it's a phase of testing or something. So by labeling it as being captured from a pre-alpha build, I feel like it gives the false impression that what we're seeing is closer to being done than it actually is. 
    I am 'pre-alpha' player for Out of Reach and I got to say that game is really good. It needs more content but even at its current state it has more content then most released games so there is that

    Yup, and that's exactly the problem. What is the expectation of quality for a "pre-alpha"? At least in Alpha and Beta there are more clear expectations, although I think that they have become less and less realistic. The sentiment seems to be "If I'm paying for it, it should be of good quality." Therefore, I would opt for going back to strictly offering beta testing. That's it. Oh, and when I say beta, I mean a true beta, not like the Destiny beta or OW Beta which happens a week before release, lol.

    Crazkanuk

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  • TimEisenTimEisen ColumnistMember EpicPosts: 3,293
    The No Mans Sky MMORPG fans wanted! Well, I want the current one too, but this one more.
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  • SpottyGekkoSpottyGekko Member EpicPosts: 6,912
    SEANMCAD said:
    CrazKanuk said:
    Stizzled said:

    DMKano said:

    I guess I am going to be the party pooper - this is a good example of a trailer that won't live up at all to the actual game (if it ever gets finished).



    Just my hunch.



    Call me crazy, but I didn't think this looked all that amazing. I see this and all I can think is Space Engineers. I've done all of this already.

    I see it didn't take SEAN long to come in to a completely unrelated game's thread and start dissing No Man's Sky. I crack up every time he directly compares NMS and SE, as if they're even remotely similar, other than being in space. I guess it's obvious he would do the same here, seeing as this appears to be SE 2.0.

    I agree, it looks pretty horrible. This is where the ambiguous naming conventions begin to hurt games. Pre-alpha == essentially anything. It's a development build. Problem is that people now believe otherwise, like there is some sort of timeline attached to Pre-Alpha like it's a phase of testing or something. So by labeling it as being captured from a pre-alpha build, I feel like it gives the false impression that what we're seeing is closer to being done than it actually is. 
    I am 'pre-alpha' player for Out of Reach and I got to say that game is really good. It needs more content but even at its current state it has more content then most released games so there is that
    If someone told you you were playing a "pre-alpha" build of a game, then they were lying to you, lol

    The original meaning of "pre-alpha" was the design stage, i.e. no game exists yet. "Alpha" means "the beginning", so "pre-alpha" means "before the beginning".

    But then again, nowadays it seems that "pre-alpha" means whatever the developer wants it to mean. 

    Modern marketing methods have to cater for things like paid early access game play, and to justify the shoddy state of the game that you "paid" to play early, we now have a total perversion of the "alpha" term.
  • SEANMCADSEANMCAD Member EpicPosts: 16,775
    SEANMCAD said:
    CrazKanuk said:
    Stizzled said:

    DMKano said:

    I guess I am going to be the party pooper - this is a good example of a trailer that won't live up at all to the actual game (if it ever gets finished).



    Just my hunch.



    Call me crazy, but I didn't think this looked all that amazing. I see this and all I can think is Space Engineers. I've done all of this already.

    I see it didn't take SEAN long to come in to a completely unrelated game's thread and start dissing No Man's Sky. I crack up every time he directly compares NMS and SE, as if they're even remotely similar, other than being in space. I guess it's obvious he would do the same here, seeing as this appears to be SE 2.0.

    I agree, it looks pretty horrible. This is where the ambiguous naming conventions begin to hurt games. Pre-alpha == essentially anything. It's a development build. Problem is that people now believe otherwise, like there is some sort of timeline attached to Pre-Alpha like it's a phase of testing or something. So by labeling it as being captured from a pre-alpha build, I feel like it gives the false impression that what we're seeing is closer to being done than it actually is. 
    I am 'pre-alpha' player for Out of Reach and I got to say that game is really good. It needs more content but even at its current state it has more content then most released games so there is that
    If someone told you you were playing a "pre-alpha" build of a game, then they were lying to you, lol

    The original meaning of "pre-alpha" was the design stage, i.e. no game exists yet. "Alpha" means "the beginning", so "pre-alpha" means "before the beginning".

    But then again, nowadays it seems that "pre-alpha" means whatever the developer wants it to mean. 

    Modern marketing methods have to cater for things like paid early access game play, and to justify the shoddy state of the game that you "paid" to play early, we now have a total perversion of the "alpha" term
    that sounds like a purposefully created logic loop. you are saying no product that a person can play is pre-alpha. I say: 1. it doesnt matter 2. a developer can call a product what every stage they want to anytime they want to and they can even make up words 3. a 'playable pre-alpha' I think we all know what a person means when they say that unless we are new to gaming.

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  • SEANMCADSEANMCAD Member EpicPosts: 16,775
    edited June 2016
    CrazKanuk said:
    SEANMCAD said:
    CrazKanuk said:
    Stizzled said:

    DMKano said:

    I guess I am going to be the party pooper - this is a good example of a trailer that won't live up at all to the actual game (if it ever gets finished).



    Just my hunch.



    Call me crazy, but I didn't think this looked all that amazing. I see this and all I can think is Space Engineers. I've done all of this already.

    I see it didn't take SEAN long to come in to a completely unrelated game's thread and start dissing No Man's Sky. I crack up every time he directly compares NMS and SE, as if they're even remotely similar, other than being in space. I guess it's obvious he would do the same here, seeing as this appears to be SE 2.0.

    I agree, it looks pretty horrible. This is where the ambiguous naming conventions begin to hurt games. Pre-alpha == essentially anything. It's a development build. Problem is that people now believe otherwise, like there is some sort of timeline attached to Pre-Alpha like it's a phase of testing or something. So by labeling it as being captured from a pre-alpha build, I feel like it gives the false impression that what we're seeing is closer to being done than it actually is. 
    I am 'pre-alpha' player for Out of Reach and I got to say that game is really good. It needs more content but even at its current state it has more content then most released games so there is that

    Yup, and that's exactly the problem. What is the expectation of quality for a "pre-alpha"? At least in Alpha and Beta there are more clear expectations, although I think that they have become less and less realistic. The sentiment seems to be "If I'm paying for it, it should be of good quality." Therefore, I would opt for going back to strictly offering beta testing. That's it. Oh, and when I say beta, I mean a true beta, not like the Destiny beta or OW Beta which happens a week before release, lol.
    1. some people here are saying its literally impossible to play a pre-alpha becuase by definition they pulled out of their ass you cant play a pre-alpha. I however, understand what you are trying to say.

     2. a developer can call any stage of a game development anything they desire. There isnt a strick rule that comes from god that makes it not possible to call what should be called a beta a pre-alpha if they so desire it so what the developer calls it really dosent matter

     3. I am playing (a game that is in early development) called Out of Reach and its a ton of fun. That is all I care about. Is if fun. if developer wants to call it released, pre-alpha, beta, alpha or fuck nuts with ice cream, i dont care.

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