[PS4/XBO/PC] No Man's Sky Next

    • Project Morpheus oder dass es doch nicht PS4 Exklusiv ist (wg. Xbox Pad)?

      Unabhängig davon verstehe ich den Hype um das Game momentan nicht wirklich. Was weiss man genau vom Gameplay? Bisher ist davon ja nix zu sehen. Prozedural erzeugte Welten...hmmmn wann hat sowas schon wirklich überzeugt?

      Es sieht ja total interrssant aus, aber was soll das für ein Spiel sein?
      Hank von Helvete: "The ass is the most beautiful part of the human body, but still there is a lot of shit coming out of it"

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    • Das Spiel ist nicht exklusiv. Es wird nur "exklusiv auf der PS4 launchen" - heißt, später für so ziemlich alles andere gängige auch.

      Das Spiel sieht cool aus, aber im Endeffekt wird es auch nur einer von vielen Random-World-Generators werden, weswegen mein Hype auch eher mittelmäßig ist. Ich denke mal, nach 5, 6 Stunden wird das ganze relativ langweilig werden.
    • bbstevieb schrieb:

      Project Morpheus oder dass es doch nicht PS4 Exklusiv ist (wg. Xbox Pad)?

      Unabhängig davon verstehe ich den Hype um das Game momentan nicht wirklich. Was weiss man genau vom Gameplay? Bisher ist davon ja nix zu sehen. Prozedural erzeugte Welten...hmmmn wann hat sowas schon wirklich überzeugt?

      Es sieht ja total interrssant aus, aber was soll das für ein Spiel sein?


      einer der entwickler hatte sich damals in den hintern gebissen, weil er es nicht zur sony pk auf der GDC geschafft hat. NMS wird mit sehr hoher wahrscheinlichkeit morpheus unterstützen. shu lässt sich sowas ziemlich sicher nicht durch die lappen gehen. wäre ein ultra VR titel.



      "Die erste Generation verdient das Geld, die zweite verwaltet das Vermögen, die dritte studiert Kunstgeschichte und die vierte verkommt vollends."
      (Otto von Bismarck)


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    • No Man's Sky-Ankündigung auf der PlayStation Experience

      03.11.14 - Hello Games und Sony CEA wollen zum Science Fiction Actionspiel No Man's Sky eine Ankündigung auf der PlayStation Experience (06.12.14 bis 07.12.14 in Las Vegas) vornehmen. Das kündigen die beiden Unternehmen im PlayStation Blog an.

      Es ist unklar, um was es sich handelt - aber vielleicht wird No Man's Sky das VR Headset Project Morpheus unterstützen. Release: TBA (Europa)

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      "Die erste Generation verdient das Geld, die zweite verwaltet das Vermögen, die dritte studiert Kunstgeschichte und die vierte verkommt vollends."
      (Otto von Bismarck)


      xbox live: SYMER 0083
    • Also auf das Spiel freue ich mich so richtig! Das einzige was mich stört: Die Abmessungen, bzw. Abstände zwischen den verschiedenen Atmosphärenschichten. Hat man ja beim letzten Trailer gesehen. Gegen Ende hatte ich fast den Eindruck, die Türme würden bis in die oberste Atmosphäre ragen. Und es dauert viel zu schnell, vom Weltall bis zum Boden zu reisen. Aber okay, bei so einem Videospiel erwarte ich auch keine realistischen Distanzen.
    • Danke für den Link. Hatte heute morgen das Transcript gelesen, scheinen Spaß bei dem Interview gehabt zu haben. :lol:

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      ichtyander;143057476 schrieb:

      Here's the transcript, not too many typos I hope:

      GI: Are you a good sport?
      Sean: Yes.

      GI: Is the game world infinite?
      Sean: Yeah.

      GI: Does the game world make Bioshock Infinite look less infinite by comparison?
      Sean: *laughs* Yes.

      GI: Will I get bored playing this game?
      Sean: Sometimes.

      GI: Will I get bored playing this game?
      Sean: No. *laughs*

      GI: Are there planets the size of Earth?
      Sean: Yeah.

      GI: Can I rename Earth something better?
      Sean: *laughs* No.

      GI: Is Earth in this game?
      Sean: No. Well... maybe. *smiles* Something Earth-like, let's say, might be... No.

      GI: Is Earth in this game?
      Sean: Eeeh... No.

      GI: Can I teleport back to my ship?
      Sean: No.

      GI: Have you found a planet that you'd prefer to live on instead of Earth?
      Sean: No.

      GI: Can you collect plants in this game?
      Sean: You can discover plants.

      GI: Is there a fog of war on your map?
      Sean: Err, yes.

      GI: Will I have an objective marker?
      Sean: Err, no. *pause* You will have many.

      GI: Will the word "follow" appear on my screen at any time?
      Sean: *laughs* No.

      GI: Will you be able to play with your friends?
      Sean: Yeah.

      GI: Is there a competitive element to this game?
      Sean: Yeah, if you want that, yes.

      GI: Can you grief other players?
      Sean: *laughs* A little bit.

      GI: Will there be NPC characters?
      Sean: No.

      GI: If I wanna buy something in the game, do I have to go to a store?
      Sean: Yeah.

      GI: Did you play Destiny?
      Sean: Yes.

      GI: Can I chop down a tree?
      Sean: Sort of, yes.

      GI: Can you select a gender at the beginning of the game?
      Sean: No. We haven't said who you are.

      GI: Can you customize the look of your character?
      Sean: Errrm, sort of.

      GI: Do you ever get a good look at your character?
      Sean: You can see other characters and they can see you.

      GI: Can you settle a bet?
      Sean: Er, sure.

      GI: Is No Country for Old Man's Sky a good wordplay?
      Sean: *laughs out loud* No, no, no it's not.

      GI: Can I build shelters?
      Sean: Ehm, no.

      GI: Can I plant a flag on a planet?
      Sean: Eh, sort of.

      GI: If I could plant a flag, could I design the flag?
      Sean: No.

      GI: Do different planets have different gravity?
      Sean: No, your suit compensates for that.

      GI: Do you often go to planets and say just "This is just a total dud."
      Sean: *laughs* Eh, no. Not that often. Sometimes.

      GI: Can you ride a dinosaur?
      Sean: No you can't.

      GI: Do the animals eat each other?
      Sean: Yeah they do.

      GI: Can I take pictures of the animals?
      Sean: Yeah.

      GI: Can you cross-pollinate life between planets?
      Sean: Is this the game you're playing, that you're going out... spreading your seed across the universe? *smiles*
      GI: I'm not under questioning right now. *laughs*
      Sean: *laughs* I think it's safest that you don't.

      GI: Can you terraform a planet?
      Sean: Let's say no.

      GI: Can you swim underwater?
      Sean: Yes.

      GI: Can you accidentally destroy a planet?
      Sean: No.

      GI: Can you purposefully destroy a planet?
      Sean: A little bit.

      GI: Can you be a pacifist in this game?
      Sean: Yes, although... that doesn't mean people don't attack you.

      GI: Is there intelligent life in this game?
      Sean: The players, hopefully.

      GI: Is there intelligent life in the universe, in real life?
      Sean: Some? Not answering these questions right now.

      GI: Are there forms of life in this game that are beyond normal comprehension?
      Sean: I'd like to think so.

      GI: Is there a god in this game?
      Sean: No. *pause* Well maybe that's us. Wait, aaaahh! *laughs, does the mind-blowing hand motion*

      GI: Are you uncomfortable?
      Sean: Yes.

      GI: Can you just live in space?
      Sean: Yeah, yeah. You could just fly about your ship forever.

      GI: Are there some planets that are too inhospitable for life?
      Sean: Yeah.

      GI: Are there health bars in this game?
      Sean: Yeah.

      GI: Do the corners of the screen get all bloody when you take damage in this game?
      Sean: *laughs* No, they don't.

      GI: Is this galaxy a spiral arm galaxy?
      Sean: No.

      GI: Does this galaxy exist within a mind of a child?
      Sean: *laughs* No. It feels a little bit like that right now, but no.

      GI: Is it super nerve wracking to talk on stage at E3?
      Sean: Yes. Yes, definitely.

      GI: Is it the worst?
      Sean: This might be the worst, but.. *laughs* E3 was pretty bad.

      GI: If I keep flying in one direction for a really, really long time, will I bonk the edge of the galaxy?
      Sean: Bonk? *laughs* Bonk the edge of it? Is that, like, just...
      GI: That's exactly what it is...
      Sean: Flat out stop. Or, would you prefer it said "You are now leaving the mission area"? *laughs*
      GI: Yes.
      Sean: No, neither of those things happen. You can go into the darkness... for as long as you want. *laughs*

      GI: Are there sheep in this game?
      Sean: Maybe, not that I've seen any. Specifically sheep?
      GI: Specifically sheep.
      Sean: Is this going back to your cross-pollination... *laughs* Where are we going with it?
      GI: I don't know.
      Sean: Is there a thread? *laughs*

      GI: Can you customize your ship?
      Sean: No, you have to go and find the ship that you like.

      GI: Can you have more than one space ship?
      Sean: No.

      GI: Can you build a space station?
      Sean: No, you can't. *whispers* That's a good idea.

      GI: Can you just release the game right now?
      Sean: *laughs* Nobody would want that.

      GI: Will there be DLC?
      Sean: No.

      GI: Can you land on a comet?
      Sean: Yeah, at the moment you can land on asteroids.

      GI: Can you do this? *bongs on Donkey Kong bongos, last hit clumsily tilts them*
      Sean: Yes. *repeats the motion, deliberately tilts the bongos*

      GI: Does the game contain any Joe Danger easter-eggs?
      Sean: No, it doesn't. But I feel like we should do that.

      GI: Can you build a robot companion like in the hit film Interstellar?
      Sean: *laughs* I haven't seen it yet, but presumably... No.

      GI: Is this a miracle?
      Sean: Is this a miracle?
      GI: That's what the question says.
      Sean: *laughs* Who writes these questions? Has somebody handed you these questions?
      GI: Possibly.
      Sean: Do you mean you guys come in here, this interview...?
      GI: Can I rephrase the question?
      Sean: Yeah. *laughs*
      GI: Is life a miracle?
      Sean: Erm, no.

      GI: Is there a McDonald's near your studio?
      Sean: No, there's really not. There's a Burger King.
      GI: Yeah, that's not...

      GI: Are there black holes?
      Sean: Yes.

      GI: Will the game be fun?
      Sean: Yes.

      GI: Would you like to know how well you did?
      Sean: No. *whispers* I do.

      GI: That ends the questions.
      Sean: *laughs*


      Die Art Direction ist so gut bei dem Spiel... :sabber:



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