It's not even bad now, wtf?

It's not even bad now, wtf?

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    4.0 update was so disappointing and buggy it made me drop the game. Forever.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >It's not even bad now, wtf?
    its only not bad NOW, 7 fucking years after release?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Dunno when it got good, I didn't try it until now. My point was it's not bad, you're getting hung up on the wrong part of the sentence.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Do you want a slightly modernised version of Space Age "Spore", filled with content islands and the shittiest multiplayer ever conceived?
    Then sure, it's "Not even bad now".
    If you want a good game, then No Man's Sky is... not that.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I don't think you understand what content island means. Content islands are self-contained, all the shit added here builds on the core gameplay, they're expansions, not islands.

      they added the stuff they said would be there, but never fixed the fact that the core gameplay loop is shit

      What do you mean? They completely changed the core gameplay loop. It used to be just stopping on each planet to refuel while you were going towards the core, now it's building your base and building up a network of portals and outposts around the universe you can travel to and from to get more shit for expanding your base and collection of ships and tools.

      A decade after release and it's now an aggressively mid RUST clone.
      Lmao, NMS Shills will literally use anything to justify buying a busted game so many years ago.

      >Literally nobody talking about it.
      >I mention it
      >Wow NMS shills will iterally use anything to justify
      I just mentioned it once, the fuck do you want you schizo? There's like 40 Hogwarts legacy threads up this moment. But I'm a shill? Suck my dick gay.

      Maybe it fucking shouldn't have been bad at launch. Just a thought.

      I mean if we're being legit it had no business getting better, it improving just made it possible for other companies to get away with releasing unfinished garbage by promising people to "no man's sky it" at some point later. Literally the only reason Anthem sold as many copies as it did.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        So much fucking cope.
        Dude, the sooner you admit to yourself that you fucked up and bought a corporate marketing pill, the sooner you can grow as a person.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >So much fucking cope.
          Okay. Tell me exactly which part is cope and what it's coping about.
          Go on, I'll wait.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    they added the stuff they said would be there, but never fixed the fact that the core gameplay loop is shit

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    A decade after release and it's now an aggressively mid RUST clone.
    Lmao, NMS Shills will literally use anything to justify buying a busted game so many years ago.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Maybe it fucking shouldn't have been bad at launch. Just a thought.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Recent update made grinding for elements, upgrades, and technologies pointless even though every mechanic in the game is built for that purpose. Its one and only appeal was endless grind autism, and now it has zero appeal.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i like this game
    i hope next update is about ships or exploration

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Not bad doesn't mean delivered on over 100 lies

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What do you mean? Come the fuck on man I started the thread to have a talk about it and all I got so far is one schizo whose mom got fucked by Sean Murray so he's gonna have a stroke about "corporate marketing" all thread and you with this vague crap. Pretend you're white for two fucking seconds and actually make a coherent sentence.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Your enjoying a brainless game meant to keep stoners busy that was sold under 100 lies

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I've seen that video when it first came out. Which one of those things didn't they do?
          Oh, right, I guess you can't land on asteroids yet. wow, such loss, much lie.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What do you even do in this game? Every clip I see is either flying around, gathering things or building your house that looks like hamster tubes. Is there combat now? Is there real multiplayer now?

    Compare the combat to another game so I know what it feels like. Fallout?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      There's three storylines right now. There's one following a group of settlers, there's another following the path of "the atlas" and basically finding out about the lore of the universe and there's another about trying to get in contact with a lost traveler. There's also hidden sidequest missions you can run into like an underwater and pirate settlements and a friendly version of sentinels, the main antagonist of the game those are added for updates and shit.
      There's combat against robotic species, there is real multiplayer now and you can turn on friendly fire and have PVP too if you want. Every few weeks they do expeditions, which is like a fresh save where everyone starts on a new curated destination and follows a storyline exclusive to the expeditions, it sometimes introduces new mechanics (though mostly it's reruns from what I can tell, I've only been playing for a month so I've yet to see a new expedition)
      The combat is, yeah, kind of like fallout but without vats. They expanded the weapon system so you can have different guns now like lasers, shotguns, grenade launchers, etc... but you don't get a new weapon all the time, rather they're mods you install on any weapon and then you can collect RNG mods in a couple different ways to augment those weapon mods further for higher damage, cooldown, etc...
      I'd say the point now is kind of to find a perfect planet, plop down a base, but a warp portal in it, then go to other planets with specific resources, build semi-automated mining rigs and funnel the wealth to your main base, it's kind of like factorio-lite but spanning a bunch of planets.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >There's three content islands right now.
        >There's one that's rust.
        >There's one that's reading Metroid Prime scan logs without the beautiful music and environments, or fun combat.
        >And there's another that's the second one but a different content island.
        >There's also hidden content islands you can run into like an Adventure Quest battleon.com style pirate adventure!
        >There's also a content island where you can team up with the bad guys!!!
        >There's combat. I guess.
        >Also multiplayer finally exists, you can't actually cooperate or play together but you can use the "Combat" on each other!
        >You can also do a WoW Classic content island where everyone starts again at the same time. I love posting my high scores on social media!
        >The combat system is... shit. They have a few new weapons now, but not many and they don't add them very often.
        >But you can do RPG grind stuff to get bigger numbers!
        >It's now basically Satisfactory but shittier in every way.
        >BUT IT'S IN SPACE AND I BOUGHT IT WITH MONEY!

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          's three content islands right now.
          No you retard, I'm talking about the key storylines, not the expansion.
          >>BUT IT'S IN SPACE AND I BOUGHT IT WITH MONEY!
          Why do you keep insisting I bought it? This shit literally has zero anti-piracy measures you fucking moron.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Based and true

          's three content islands right now.
          No you retard, I'm talking about the key storylines, not the expansion.
          >>BUT IT'S IN SPACE AND I BOUGHT IT WITH MONEY!
          Why do you keep insisting I bought it? This shit literally has zero anti-piracy measures you fucking moron.

          Mald and seethe.

          I've played the game and he's right: With few exceptions, the overwhelming majority of all new content has functioned as a content island. Sure, you can incorporate bits of it into the new game, but NMS is more side-show themepark than, even, Warframe.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Mald and seethe.
            Ofcourse it's a wowfag. You morons are special kind of retarded.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >You don't like my themepark marketroid game
              >So you must like a different themepark marketroid game
              Yikes

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >use a phrase exclusively used by a specific group of gays
                >Gets called out as one of those gays
                >Y R U COMPAREGN MY GAYMZ
                You're a miserable sack of shit, anon. No two ways about it. You can yikes and pretend you're troling and meeming all you want, you'll still be a miserable sack of shit.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You find a cool ship, you upgrade said ship.
      You find a shit freighter you search for a cooler one.
      You find a better multitool.
      You find a secondary multitool for killing
      You find a tertiary multitool for AOE
      You decide to build a base, you search for a nice planet.
      There's plenty to do, its all VERY surface level of interesting.
      But it's a cool trip getting your setup and being done with it.
      There's a story which is not the worst, I felt it was interesting enough to see it thru the end.
      Right now I'm doing a "poor-man build" where I only use C-class upgrades and ships.
      It's fun to be flying around on a shitbox shuttle rather than a S-Class fully kitted out fighter.
      I do wish the game was less surface level and was actually interesting, but hey, this is what we have. There's no real substitute to it, unless you wanna play 5 different games and pretend it's all connected.

      >You have infinite inventory
      No you don't, what the fuck?

      I'm not in the mood to open the game and take a picture, but it's really hard to use 120 inventory slots in your exosuit... AND I have 2 full rows of "useless items" that I keep around in case I want to craft something.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >I'm not in the mood to open the game and take a picture,
        >Also it's 120 slots
        Why would you need to take a picture when you just admitted it's not infinite?
        But granted, if you stop everything in its tracks to dig up a ship that can be sold for at least 3 million units, and then buy or farm out 60 jumps worth of dark matter, and then jump, get a slot at a station, summon the anomaly, get a slot at the anomaly, rinse and repeat for two hours, sure, you'll have 120 slots.
        In survival all slots cap off at 250 and crafting isn't free so maybe if you weren't playing the bitch godmode you wouldn't find the slots so... "unlimited".

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Why would you need to take a picture when you just admitted it's not infinite?
          Oh fuck off, Ben Shapiro.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >It's 120 slots
            >But it's unlimited because I play the casual mode with free building
            >ur Ben Shapiro because you pointed out I'm wrong
            Were you born a cuck or is this shit something you actively work towards?

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Well, the last update made it shit again.
    Ever since the update I haven't used my ship inventory once. You have infinite inventory, the game feels like a shitty skyrim mod where you remove the weight from everything.
    Zero thought on the consequences of that change, as if you need any further proof that Hello Games don't know what they're doing.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >You have infinite inventory
      No you don't, what the fuck?

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You've seen ten planets, you've seen them all.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    All they've done is build wide.
    You're still experiencing the gist of the game within 5 minutes of getting away from the atrocious tutorial planet. And that gist is boring.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >You're still experiencing the gist of the game within 5 minutes of getting away from the atrocious tutorial planet.
      You don't even run into your first freighter until 3 hours in.
      The living ships quest costs you 3k squicksilver which takes a couple days if you do just the daily quests or 4-5 hours if you're grinding it from anomalies.
      Half the systems don't unlock until you're at least two or three warp jumps in.
      The fuck are you talking about?

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I hear the combat sucks so I never tried it even though it looks like the comfiest game ever created. Space shootan and mech shootan and seeing crazy creatures sounds so nice.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The combat is extremely bleh. There's like five different weapon types, each one with its own positives and negatives, and each one's positive is mild enough not to affect your decisions and each negative is just annoying enough to make you feel like this is the weapon you DON'T want. So at the end the combat starts with you're deciding which gun you dislike the least, rather than which one you like the most.

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