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  • Blog Post: Watch Hello Games’ Sean Murray Visit The Late Show With Stephen Colbert To Show Off No Man's Sky

    Update: If you didn't tune into Hello Games' Sean Murray's appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert , the interview is now online. You can check out the clip below where Murray does not reveal the release date (it's still a secret), shows off some new No Man's Sky footage... More
  • Blog Post: [Video Added] A Taste Of No Man's Sky Gameplay At E3 2015

    During the Sony press conference at E3 2015, Hello Games gave viewers a brief taste of some No Man's Sky gameplay. A video showcased the player taking part in an intergalactic battle, firing weapons in space combat. The scale of the game was also emphasized, showing the immense size of the universe... More
  • Blog Post: Hello Games' Joe Danger 2: The Movie Coming To Vita Next Week

    Before announcing No Man's Sky, Hello Games found success with the Joe Danger series, and is bringing the sequel to Vita next week. The game will be available starting January 13. The Vita version comes with a few exclusive additions including Media Molecule guest stars Atoi and Iota from Tearaway... More
  • Blog Post: Ask Us Your No Man's Sky Questions For Our Special Edition Podcast

    As the holidays near, we've got a special gift for our readers: the chance to ask the developers of No Man's Sky your burning questions. Hello Games is appearing on an upcoming podcast and we want to know what you want to know. No Man's Sky is featured on the cover of our latest issue and... More
  • Blog Post: New Video Shows Off Enormous No Man’s Sky Universe

    At PlayStation Experience, Hello Games’ Sean Murray took the stage to answer a frequently asked question about No Man’s Sky. Just how big is the game’s universe? Find out. As you can see in this new gameplay trailer, Hello Games is crafting an unfathomably large playground for us to... More
  • Blog Post: The No Man's Sky Digital Issue Is Live

    If you have a computer or tablet, you could be reading all about No Man's Sky right now. Following today's cover story announcement , our digital issue is now live on web browser , iPad , Android , and Google Play . You can download the apps for free . All four of these digital options are included... More
  • Blog Post: January Cover Revealed – No Man's Sky

    This month we bring you the Science Fiction Issue, headlined by the ambitious No Man's Sky. We flew out to Hello Games' Guildford offices in England to see new elements and get some answers on this enigmatic game. For the first time you will learn about the imposingly large galactic map, the... More
  • Blog Post: Hello Games Sheds More Light On Multiplayer For No Man's Sky

    No Man's Sky from Hello Games is an ambitious title filled with planetary exploration, and the developer says that a "more traditional" multiplayer experience is also in the works. Speaking to Gamespot , Hello Games' co-founder Sean Murray talks about how the game will evolve post-release... More
  • Blog Post: Hello Games Not Ruling Out No Man’s Sky On Other Consoles

    Hello Games and Sony surprised fans during E3 with the announcement that No Man’s Sky, the procedurally generated space exploration adventure, will be coming to PlayStation 4. Yesterday, the studio hinted that the title might blast off on other consoles. The studio responded to a fan’s inquiry... More
  • Blog Post: No Man’s Sky Coming To PlayStation 4 [Trailer Added]

    Today’s E3 press conference brought the news that No Man’s Sky will be playable on PlayStation 4 in addition to its formerly announced appearance on PC. A video demonstration of the game showed the player moving through a fantastical alien world filled with jungles and dinosaurs, only to... More
  • Blog Post: Post-Flood Report From Hello Games

    The city of Guildford flooded on Christmas Eve, which meant that the office of Hello Games (the studio behind Joe Danger and the upcoming No Man's Sky ) was partially underwater . It wasn't immediately clear how the damage would affect the studio's development efforts, but now Hello Games... More
  • Blog Post: No Man's Sky Developer's Insurance Won't Cover Recent Flood

    Details are still scarce on what the future holds for Hello Games after its offices were hit by a flood , but the latest update doesn't offer much optimism. Hello Games has been keeping fans up to date on its twitter account with continued updates about what is happening. A couch has been declared... More
  • Blog Post: Hello Games Offices Suffer Flood On Christmas Eve

    Last night, Hello Games tweeted that it had suffered a flood at its Guildford, UK office. No one was hurt, according to the studio, but the property, office equipment and PCs, and personal affects have been lost. The flood was apparently caused by a river breaking through its banks. According to the... More
  • Blog Post: Hello Games Readying Joe Danger Infinity For iOS

    Hello Games is riding high off its announcement of No Man’s Sky at VGX earlier this month. The studio hasn’t forgotten the goofy Joe Danger, though. A new title in that series is coming to iOS soon. Joe Danger Infinity takes the stunt riding concepts featured in the previous titles and blends... More
  • Blog Post: Hello Games Creates A New Universe With Sci-Fi Adventure No Man's Sky

    Hello Games is putting away the comical dirtbike races of Joe Danger , and tackling something brand new. At tonight's VGX (formerly Video Game Awards), the studio showed off the first trailer of its procedurally generated space exploration title No Man's Sky. The trailer shows off undersea, land... More
  • Blog Post: Joe Danger Touch Gets Update, Sale Price

    Hello Games has released an update for Joe Danger Touch, and also put the game on sale. This is the first time the game has been discounted, which makes it a great time to pick up the universal iOS app. The game , which is ordinarily priced at $2.99, is available for $.99 for a short time. The sale coincides... More
  • Blog Post: Joe Danger Available On Steam Today

    Hello Games promised that June 24 would bring Joe Danger to PC, and the studio was not lying. The day is upon us; Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2: The Movie are up on Steam. The games are available individually ($15 each) or as a bundle ($25). However, for the first week, the games are 20 percent off individually... More
  • Blog Post: Joe Danger PC Trailer Shows Minecraft And Team Fortress 2 Additions

    Joe Danger and its sequel are coming to Steam later this month, and it looks like this version of the games will have some PC exclusive additions. In the trailer for the game below, you will see Steve from Minecraft as a playable character as well as a Minecraft-themed level. You will also be able to... More
  • Blog Post: PC Release Dated For Joe Danger, Sequel

    Hello Games is bringing both of its critically acclaimed Joe Danger titles to PC sooner than you might expect. Beginning June 24, Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2: The Movie can be purchased through Steam. Both games support Big Picture mode and gamepad control for optimum couch enjoyment. Hello Games has... More
  • Blog Post: Joe Danger Aims To Thrill On PC

    Hello Games has announced that its high-flying hero, Joe Danger, will be making the leap over to PC in 2013. Until now, the only way that players could enjoy his death-defying antics was by playing his games on PS3, Xbox 360, or mobile devices. "For the PC version of JD, we’ve had a lot of... More
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