The wildly anticipated videogame No Man's Sky is a failure. It's greatest feature is its greatest failure. It promises that its universe is procedurally generated. That means the developers didn't actually draw all of the heads on all of the creatures, on all of the planets, rather it gave the computer a set of rules and let the microchips do all the thinking. Not just the creatures, but the planets themselves, the plants on them, the structures, down the color of the grass and mushrooms. A few months after its release, nobody is playing. In fact, it's so bad that people are suing.
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