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E3 2015: No Man's Sky gameplay shown off

Tonight at Sony's E3 press conference, Hello Games showed a more extensive gameplay demo of No Man's Sky.


Hello Games' Sean Murray took to the PlayStation stage tonight for an extended demo of No Man's Sky. He showed a brief space battle, then zoomed out to the expansive universe to show just how many star systems there are. He picked one at random and went to it, then found a beacon to explore. On the planet's surface, he saw a Sentinel that's meant to protect planets from explorers like him. Finally, he shared some data on the planet's beacon, and ended the demo.

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    June 15, 2015 6:44 PM

    Steve Watts posted a new article, E3 2015: No Man's Sky gameplay shown off

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      June 15, 2015 11:59 PM

      The video:

      I love the idea of this game, I still hope there is enough to keep my interest. With so many places to explore and everything being spread out what makes want to explore a system and how much effort do I put into each planet (and I presume moon and large asteroids)? Are there any quests, so to speak? Is that what some of those markers are?

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        June 16, 2015 1:15 AM

        I think everything you find goes up on a global database. maybe there are easter eggs everywhere? but the center of the universe seemed important. hopefully the shack can carve out a huge section for itself.

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