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No Man's Sky will receive a massive day-one patch that adds a ton of content and gameplay elements to an already-humongous game. This would be just fine, except a few retailers across the nation started selling the game early -- it comes out Tuesday, but some people (including reviewers) were playing it late last week. The patch, which includes the actual finished game with all its bells and whistles, requires these early players to delete their saves and start over when No Man's Sky actually comes out. Developers at Hello Games wiped No Man's Sky 's servers Sunday, and they're doing the same thing today.

Some players feel cheated ("I bought the game, so why can't I keep my progress?"), and others think a day-one patch is a sign that developers are trying to ship an unfinished game ("Isn't that just a cop-out so they can start making money without doing their jobs?"). These perspectives are not only entitled, but they misunderstand the modern game-development process.

When Microsoft attempted to sell the Xbox One as an " always-on " console in 2013, the idea received so much backlash the company changed its entire next-gen ecosystem . Microsoft abandoned the idea of a console that had to be constantly connected to the internet, while Sony crowed that the PS4 was never designed to be always-on.

Notably, the upgrade also makes it easier to discover other players. You can scan other star systems players have discovered on the galactic map, increasing the chances that you'll run into someone. Many have argued that NMS is really a single-player game given the sheer unlikelihood of two people finding the same celestial bodies (there are 18.4 quintillion unique planets), but those odds just went up.

This is merely the "first of many" free updates to the space exploration title, Hello Games adds. The next upgrade will let you build bases, own "giant space freighters" and marvel at graphical upgrades like new cloud rendering and temporal anti-aliasing. In other words, the developers see the title as a constantly evolving project. You might get a very different experience if you hop in a few months later, let alone over the long term.

Jon has been hooked on tech ever since he tried a Compaq PC clone when he was five. He's big on mobile and is one of those precious few people who wears his smartwatch with pride. He's also an unapologetic Canadian: Don't be surprised if you get an earful about poutine or the headaches with Canadian carriers.

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No Man's Sky will receive a massive day-one patch that adds a ton of content and gameplay elements to an already-humongous game. This would be just fine, except a few retailers across the nation started selling the game early -- it comes out Tuesday, but some people (including reviewers) were playing it late last week. The patch, which includes the actual finished game with all its bells and whistles, requires these early players to delete their saves and start over when No Man's Sky actually comes out. Developers at Hello Games wiped No Man's Sky 's servers Sunday, and they're doing the same thing today.

Some players feel cheated ("I bought the game, so why can't I keep my progress?"), and others think a day-one patch is a sign that developers are trying to ship an unfinished game ("Isn't that just a cop-out so they can start making money without doing their jobs?"). These perspectives are not only entitled, but they misunderstand the modern game-development process.

When Microsoft attempted to sell the Xbox One as an " always-on " console in 2013, the idea received so much backlash the company changed its entire next-gen ecosystem . Microsoft abandoned the idea of a console that had to be constantly connected to the internet, while Sony crowed that the PS4 was never designed to be always-on.

Notably, the upgrade also makes it easier to discover other players. You can scan other star systems players have discovered on the galactic map, increasing the chances that you'll run into someone. Many have argued that NMS is really a single-player game given the sheer unlikelihood of two people finding the same celestial bodies (there are 18.4 quintillion unique planets), but those odds just went up.

This is merely the "first of many" free updates to the space exploration title, Hello Games adds. The next upgrade will let you build bases, own "giant space freighters" and marvel at graphical upgrades like new cloud rendering and temporal anti-aliasing. In other words, the developers see the title as a constantly evolving project. You might get a very different experience if you hop in a few months later, let alone over the long term.

Jon has been hooked on tech ever since he tried a Compaq PC clone when he was five. He's big on mobile and is one of those precious few people who wears his smartwatch with pride. He's also an unapologetic Canadian: Don't be surprised if you get an earful about poutine or the headaches with Canadian carriers.

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No Man's Sky will receive a massive day-one patch that adds a ton of content and gameplay elements to an already-humongous game. This would be just fine, except a few retailers across the nation started selling the game early -- it comes out Tuesday, but some people (including reviewers) were playing it late last week. The patch, which includes the actual finished game with all its bells and whistles, requires these early players to delete their saves and start over when No Man's Sky actually comes out. Developers at Hello Games wiped No Man's Sky 's servers Sunday, and they're doing the same thing today.

Some players feel cheated ("I bought the game, so why can't I keep my progress?"), and others think a day-one patch is a sign that developers are trying to ship an unfinished game ("Isn't that just a cop-out so they can start making money without doing their jobs?"). These perspectives are not only entitled, but they misunderstand the modern game-development process.

When Microsoft attempted to sell the Xbox One as an " always-on " console in 2013, the idea received so much backlash the company changed its entire next-gen ecosystem . Microsoft abandoned the idea of a console that had to be constantly connected to the internet, while Sony crowed that the PS4 was never designed to be always-on.

Notably, the upgrade also makes it easier to discover other players. You can scan other star systems players have discovered on the galactic map, increasing the chances that you'll run into someone. Many have argued that NMS is really a single-player game given the sheer unlikelihood of two people finding the same celestial bodies (there are 18.4 quintillion unique planets), but those odds just went up.

This is merely the "first of many" free updates to the space exploration title, Hello Games adds. The next upgrade will let you build bases, own "giant space freighters" and marvel at graphical upgrades like new cloud rendering and temporal anti-aliasing. In other words, the developers see the title as a constantly evolving project. You might get a very different experience if you hop in a few months later, let alone over the long term.

Jon has been hooked on tech ever since he tried a Compaq PC clone when he was five. He's big on mobile and is one of those precious few people who wears his smartwatch with pride. He's also an unapologetic Canadian: Don't be surprised if you get an earful about poutine or the headaches with Canadian carriers.

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The title/publishing of One More Day took starts in issue number #544 of the Amazing Spider-Man , in Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man issue #24   and The Sensational Spider-Man (Volume 2) issue #41   , and finally ends in Amazing Spider-Man #545 .

One More Day begins in Amazing Spider-Man #544, where Peter Parker's Aunt May is shown slowly dies from a gunshot wound sustained during the events of Civil War event and the Back in Black storyline.

Peter was forced to ask Tony Stark   for financial assistance, and then seeks help from Doctor Strange . Doctor Strange informs Peter that he can not do anything to give Aunt May her life back.

No Man's Sky will receive a massive day-one patch that adds a ton of content and gameplay elements to an already-humongous game. This would be just fine, except a few retailers across the nation started selling the game early -- it comes out Tuesday, but some people (including reviewers) were playing it late last week. The patch, which includes the actual finished game with all its bells and whistles, requires these early players to delete their saves and start over when No Man's Sky actually comes out. Developers at Hello Games wiped No Man's Sky 's servers Sunday, and they're doing the same thing today.

Some players feel cheated ("I bought the game, so why can't I keep my progress?"), and others think a day-one patch is a sign that developers are trying to ship an unfinished game ("Isn't that just a cop-out so they can start making money without doing their jobs?"). These perspectives are not only entitled, but they misunderstand the modern game-development process.

When Microsoft attempted to sell the Xbox One as an " always-on " console in 2013, the idea received so much backlash the company changed its entire next-gen ecosystem . Microsoft abandoned the idea of a console that had to be constantly connected to the internet, while Sony crowed that the PS4 was never designed to be always-on.

No Man's Sky will receive a massive day-one patch that adds a ton of content and gameplay elements to an already-humongous game. This would be just fine, except a few retailers across the nation started selling the game early -- it comes out Tuesday, but some people (including reviewers) were playing it late last week. The patch, which includes the actual finished game with all its bells and whistles, requires these early players to delete their saves and start over when No Man's Sky actually comes out. Developers at Hello Games wiped No Man's Sky 's servers Sunday, and they're doing the same thing today.

Some players feel cheated ("I bought the game, so why can't I keep my progress?"), and others think a day-one patch is a sign that developers are trying to ship an unfinished game ("Isn't that just a cop-out so they can start making money without doing their jobs?"). These perspectives are not only entitled, but they misunderstand the modern game-development process.

When Microsoft attempted to sell the Xbox One as an " always-on " console in 2013, the idea received so much backlash the company changed its entire next-gen ecosystem . Microsoft abandoned the idea of a console that had to be constantly connected to the internet, while Sony crowed that the PS4 was never designed to be always-on.

Notably, the upgrade also makes it easier to discover other players. You can scan other star systems players have discovered on the galactic map, increasing the chances that you'll run into someone. Many have argued that NMS is really a single-player game given the sheer unlikelihood of two people finding the same celestial bodies (there are 18.4 quintillion unique planets), but those odds just went up.

This is merely the "first of many" free updates to the space exploration title, Hello Games adds. The next upgrade will let you build bases, own "giant space freighters" and marvel at graphical upgrades like new cloud rendering and temporal anti-aliasing. In other words, the developers see the title as a constantly evolving project. You might get a very different experience if you hop in a few months later, let alone over the long term.

Jon has been hooked on tech ever since he tried a Compaq PC clone when he was five. He's big on mobile and is one of those precious few people who wears his smartwatch with pride. He's also an unapologetic Canadian: Don't be surprised if you get an earful about poutine or the headaches with Canadian carriers.


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