The issue that I want to discuss today has to deal with one of most anticipated games of 2016: No Man’s Sky. For those not following, it’s been a little bit of a rocky road up to the launch on August 9th, 2016. However, the lead up to this game’s release has been special, as not a lot of detail has left the lips of Hello Games during that time. We’ve gotten teaser trailers sprinkled in here and there, and up to a leak of gameplay about two weeks ago, not many people could say exactly what they should expect out of the game. A lot of claims were made on how epic this game was going to be, but there wasn’t a lot of proof of those claims in the end. However, some of that changed on August 5th, 2016. Mysteriously, Polygon had started to stream the first hour of the game, and people were wondering why. Well, it turned out that an unnamed New York City vendor had broken the street date for the game. Now, sadly this is less uncommon than you think, as this will happen from time to time with the most anticipated games out there. What was curious… Read full this story
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