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    No Man's Sky had a terrible launch, but the decision to release it on Xbox One might be just what the game needs.
    Arguably gaming's biggest controversy in the last few years was No Man's Sky, Hello Games' space exploration title, complete with spaceships and a procedurally-generated universe. Despite promises of heaps of content, No Man's Sky ultimately ended up releasing with very little. This led to a major negative reception across the gaming community.
    Instead of cutting its losses, Hello Games instead committed to the game and stuck with it, adding new content and fixing bugs. Recently, the company announced the NEXT update which, among other things, should bring the title to the Xbox One this summer. Here's how bringing the game to a new platform will give No Man's Sky a second chance at a successful launch.

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    04-11-2018 03:10 PM

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