it's really cool and kind of just weird. There are these question things, abstract, that I don't understand, but probably have consequences later on. I think they are tied up with the Atlas.
I immediately named a planet "Planet R" as I was trying to exit out of naming the planet and I couldn't.
Things take time... and there is a countdown clock as you get to things that shows that it takes time. It takes time to walk, it takes time to fly, etc... 6 minutes until you arrive... This are definitely huge.
The sentinel bots are annoying. I'll be mining and they will just walk in the way. Then I have to race to my ship and take off. I'm sure I still have to figure out how to deal with that like I did in GTA.
The inventory is small. Very small. 5 for your backpack and 15 for the starter ship. You can't just go out and collect everything.
I like reverse y-axis so I'm always flying up into the sky at first until I remember. I didn't look to see if there was an option yet.
so far, I have been to 3 or 4 planets and barely explored anything on any of the planets. Each planet has so much stuff that you come about. The world isn't empty. Not at all. There are all these destroyed tech that you can learn how to built cool things or use items to repair, but since your inventory is limited, you can't just pick things up and carry everything so that might turn out to be annoying. The good thing is you can send stuff back to your ship.
I also sold a bunch of stuff. But selling stuff is weird. you need to switch between ship and suit, but you can see both in the same list.
So I started just mining asteroids for Thenium9 or whatever. I got 877K so far. I get almost 200K each venture now that I ditched a bunch of crap. I'm going to go for a run and come back to name my 3 planets and work with the NMS ally app. Hello games definitely needs to come out with a companion app to help this game along.
so far the 2 games I have played were just what I wanted. No Man's Sky and Fallout 4
post by Lookbackandlaugh at Aug 17,2016 10:25am
Fallout 4 one of the best games ever...just started NMS and it's unlike anything I've played before. High learning curve and some glitches that will hopefully get patched asap...but so far fascinating (Spock voice).
started over and I went through all the 5 planets in my first solar system with a more fine toothed comb. Spent so many hours there. I found a bunch of things, mined a lot better, blasted holes into the ground, and got a good ship. Lastnight, I finally jumped to the next solar system before bed. That was after I found a ship for 17 million unit. I don't have nearly enough for that.
Space fighting is better.
The crossbar thing is going to take some time.
Defended a freighter and then got to board. Freighters make the space stations look like a joke. I could have bought a freighter too.