Starfield vs. No Man's Sky: Why you shouldn't compare these games

GraniteStateColin

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I'm no expert at No Man's Sky, but I think Bethesda is unique in their physics-based world where nearly everything is interactive. You can stack bodies, sandwiches, potatoes, etc. You can pick up and throw any object. If you move one object into another, they interact somewhat realistically. I don't think No Man's Sky supports that does it?

On the other hand, NMS supports some multiplayer features, where Starfield is a pure single-player story. Personally, I like that the universe exists for me to be the hero of the story, but I appreciate that many people prefer multiplayer.

Really, other than the setting, they're completely different games. They're not the same genre of game. It makes more sense to compare Starfield to Fallout, or even other big open-world RPG's including CDPR games like The Witcher and Cyberpunk, then to what is, at its core, an exploration sandbox like No Man's Sky.
 

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