Entries in 'hello games' (17)
June 21st – that’s the day No Man’s Sky will finally be released, it has been confirmed.
A slip-up on the US PlayStation Blog may have revealed a couple of details about the much anticipated No Man’s Sky.
The former gaming editor for online outlet Digital Spy, Matthew Reynolds, has moved to No Man’s Sky studio Hello Games.
Upcoming sci-fi adventure game No Man's Sky will launch this June, developer Hello Games has announced.
There’s a rumour doing the rounds that Sony could surprise the gaming world this week with a shock release of No Man’s Sky tomorrow.
YouTube sensation PewDiePie and Hello Games founder Sean Murray are both scheduled to appear on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert early next month.
No Man's Sky may support virtually reality headsets, according to Hello Games founder Sean Murray.
One of E3’s most hotly anticipated games nearly got itself a release date this week.
It might’ve been a staple of Sony’s E3 conferences for the past two years, but expansive sci-fi title No Man’s Sky has now been confirmed for PC.
Not only will it have more planets than a person could explore in a single lifetime, but No Man’s Sky is also aiming for a wide assortment of gameplay options ...
No Man’s Sky developer Sean Murray says he formed Hello Games six years ago with a view to develop the hotly anticipated title.
Any doubts over a PC release for space simulator No Man’s Sky appear to have been quashed.
Will there definitely be a PC version of No Man’s Sky? Comments from creator Sean Murray suggest perhaps not.
Hello Games’ exquisite looking No Man’s Sky will be released on PS4 before other platforms.
UK developer Hello Games has said that the flooding of its office last month won’t delay the hugely promising No Man’s Sky.
Hello Games' Guildford office was flooded during the Christmas holidays after torrential rain stormed the town.
UK studio Hello Games realises that attempting to break into the increasingly crowded ‘Is This The Next Elite?’ genre is a risk.