No Man’s Sky’s Best Review Found at AttackoftheFanboy

No Man's sky is vast and beautiful but is that really enough...?

No Man’s sky is vast and beautiful but is that really enough…?

It was one of the most anticipated and ambitious games of the generation, so when it finally dropped this week, gamers were eager to learn the critical verdict. And while No Man’s Sky isn’t currently heating up the review charts, there are several fantastic analyses out there that are well worth reading. And you may find that Hello Games’ massive undertaking is just the sort of galactic ride you desire. …or not.

The best way to find out is to visit AttackoftheFanboy, where critic William Schwartz produced a fantastic review. What we especially like is that he took time to explain precisely what No Man’s Sky is and why it falls a little shy. Leading up to the release of this game, many were a little hazy on what we actually do during this adventure, and Schwartz not only pinpoints the pluses and minuses, but also tells us why the open-world trek doesn’t quite deliver.

In short, he tells us exactly what to expect, which is critical considering a lot of gamers were in the dark leading up to the title’s release. This is a candid, forthright, detailed evaluation that leaves us with very few questions after we’re done reading.

Congrats, William!

Why We Like It:

Nicely structured and generally well-written, it’s the kind of review you actually want to finish after you start reading.

— Given the sheer number of “what exactly is this?” questions floating around, the critic writes this review with the goal of precisely answering those questions and providing us with a detailed breakdown.

 By the time we’re done reading, we know just about everything we could want to know, which should be one of the primary goals of any product review.

Read William Schwartz’s No Man’s Sky Review Now

2 thoughts on “No Man’s Sky’s Best Review Found at AttackoftheFanboy”

I was considering getting this and even after reading, I’m still not sure…I like the idea but I don’t know if I LOVE the idea. It sounds a little too aimless for me.

I just don’t get the appeal of these games. I suppose there’s something to be said for exploring everywhere and seeing new things all the time but the core of the gameplay just sounds like drudgery.

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