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    No Man's Sky was born amidst a fury of controversy over its misleading marketing campaign, but two years later, it's a different story.
    No Man's Sky emerged in 2016 in a furor over some of its marketing promises in the run-up to its launch. Promised multiplayer aspects never materialized, and some of the game's visuals were nowhere near what was advertised in trailers. The release was followed by a barrage of criticism from game journalists, YouTubers, and social media commentators, even from some mainstream press. That was all two years ago.
    No Man's Sky is launching for the first time on Xbox One this week, along with large updates for both PlayStation 4 (PS4) and PC. Dubbed "NEXT," this big update adds piles of new features, virtually relaunching the game.
    We experienced the game on Xbox One a little early. And here's what you can expect.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    07-26-2018 12:10 PM

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