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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:41pm 29/09/16 | 0 Comments
After 'much hype' for No Man's Sky before its release it wasn't long before that turned into 'much disappoint'. Thanks mainly to stuff that wasn't in the game, but was teased prior to release. And so the backlash began, refunds were requested, and lists of what was and wasn't included in the game but maybe should have been began popping up everywhere.

In a new report over at Eurogamer, it looks like those complaints have made their way to the UK-based Advertising Standards Authority. A firm that is now actively investigating No Man's Sky. In particular stuff like screenshots from the Steam store page not being indicative of the final product. Which, although spot on, is a practice that publishers have been engaging in since the days of giant cardboard boxes filled with floppy disks.

One of the more notable complaints aimed at No Man's Sky was the lack of factions and large-scale spaceship warfare. Which two screenshots from the game's Steam store page depict.

Any decision or ruling would apply to all No Man's Sky advertising material, including trailers and PlayStation listings. As developers Hello Games continue to patch, tweak, and add features to the game, this could prove to be quite the unwelcome distraction.

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