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MCV’s Review of the Year – Part 2: Games of 2016

Here’s our take on the big events in the games industry this year. There were some very big releases this year; though some weren’t quite as big as hoped for. As we’ve discussed that ad nauseam in recent weeks, we’ll have no more talk of that here. We’ve picked out …

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ASA dismisses No Man’s Sky complaint

Hello Games has no case to answer regarding the marketing of No Man’s Sky. That’s according to the Advertising Standards Authority, which has dismissed a complaint raised regarding the controversial space title in September. The developer told the organisation that due to No Man’s Sky’s procedural generation, which means every …

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Hello Games delivers massive update for No Man’s Sky

After months of radio silence, developer Hello Games has announced a sizeable new update for No Man’s Sky. Called the Foundation Update, this was revealed via the studio’s blog, and it promises some considerable improvements to the sci-fi survival title. According the post, this is’a foundation for things to come’ …

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Sony says Hello Games is still working to improve No Man’s Sky

Development of No Man’s Sky continues, with Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Shawn Layden becoming one of the few to provide official post-launch comment on the game. Speaking on Live with YouTube Gaming, the executive VP and COO of Sony’s gaming arm said: Hello Games, Sean Murry and his team, had an …

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Reigns developer wasn’t sure he could make a good free-to-play game

Designer Franois Alliot is a relative newcomer to video games. Having studied literature at university, he was a consultant for several years, but decided to give game development a shot after he moved to the UK with his partner in 2013. Forming developer Nerial, Alliot started with mobile puzzle game …

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