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No Man's Sky: BEYOND, Hello Games Sean Murray

Hello Games: "We are working on another ambitious title"

The Last Campfire, the latest title developed by Hello Games, has finally arrived on the market, but for the British team these simple and cute games might be a bit tight. In an interview with Polygon, Sean Murray ...
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No Man's Sky - "Desolation" update announced

No Man's Sky turns into Death Space with the new Desolation update. The Hello Games title continues to receive support after the initial splash and its revival through No Man's Sky ...
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No Man's Sky Beyond - Review

Hello Games has finally published Beyond, an update of No Man's Sky that expands it and improves it even more. Is it worth it? Discover it!
No Man's Sky: BEYOND, Hello Games Sean Murray

No Man's Sky: BEYOND, just missing the exit

There are only a few days left until the new free update for No Man's Sky: BEYOND. On Wednesday 14 August it will be possible to download it on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. No Man's Sky: Beyond embodies three ...

State of Play - No Man's Sky Beyond will have support for VR

Hello Games, during "State of Play", revealed a short gameplay of No Man's Sky Beyond. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RpKmuRX0CM Among the innovations introduced, the title at its launch will include a free update for PlayStation support ...

Mos Burger is aspirated by Kirby: the crossover with the ...

Also known for their crazy Pizza Burger, Japanese fast food chain Mos Burger has kicked off a new crossover collaboration ...

Nintendo: "Charge your Switch every 6 months"

Any electronic tool, we know, is not exempt from exhausting its usefulness and becoming obsolete and therefore subject to abandonment and damage. It is in the...

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