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No Man’s Sky review: Total eclipse of the galaxy’s heart

No Man’s Sky review: Total eclipse of the galaxy’s heart

The video game No Man’s Sky captured our hearts the moment its veil was lifted for one reason: seeming infinity, right now.A very sci-fi, virtual version, of course, but its abstract take is still something wild: more than 18 quintillion planets, all “magically” generated on the fly, for us to immediately fly toward, excavate, and marvel at.It’s not flying cars or an auto-mutating Vaccine that can cure all influenza or anything, but it still seems like some sort of sci-fi dream.

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How to max out your inventory in No Man’s Sky (and what it will cost)

How to max out your inventory in No Man’s Sky (and what it will cost)

No Man’s Sky starts you off with a character with a tiny backpack, a multitool with a capacity for a few attachments and a ship with a small hold.We’ve already shown you how to increase your inventory space: You use the signal scanners you find at various facilities to search for “shelter” until they show you the location of a drop pod.The pods will offer you an additional slot at a cost that increases by 10,000 units every time you use one.

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Why I’m Loving No Man’s Sky

Why I’m Loving No Man’s Sky

GIFThere’s a fantastic episode of the original Star Trek series called “Arena,” where Captain Kirk is forced into one-on-one combat against the Gorn.No Man’s Sky feels like the best part of that story stretched out into an entire universe.In “Arena,” Kirk has to scour the barren landscape of the planet he’s trapped on to figure out how to survive.

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