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Tiny Homes Are Now A Big Thing In Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky

I think it’s fair to say, that prior to its release, No Man’s Sky from Hello Games was one of the most highly anticipated games of its generation.  A game that promised an unlimited universe, full of unique planets to explore and fellow gamers to share your experience with. 

However, while we did get a large universe to explore with procedurally generated worlds and inhabitants, at launch and the months that followed, it was clear that the game did not fulfil its many promises. Despite its deep exploration, the game was surprisingly shallow and the player-base quickly dwindled away as people soon become bored.

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Yet following its very troubling launch in 2016, the developers at Hello Games continued to work on No Man’s Sky endlessly, to deliver on their promises with not only constant updates, but huge updates that would truly change the dynamics of the game.

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Role-playing outside more traditional RPG games play a huge role in the gaming community with the likes of GTA Online and Red Dead Online, and following all of its expansive updates, No Man’s Sky offers the perfect platform to role-play your galaxy exploring expeditions.  One such form of role-playing in No Man’s Sky is the “Tiny Home Culture”.

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So what is Tiny Home Culture?  Well, in essence, these are kind of like free rental motel rooms and, in some cases, small villages that No Man’s Sky players can visit on their adventures exploring planets and gathering resources. However, the Tiny Home Culture also offers a place for the players to stay and truly embrace the most out of their visit by taking in the sights and its inhabitants, rather than just dropping in, gathering resources, before moving on to the next planet.

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I don’t know whether this was a genuine intention from the developers at Hello Games, but the Tiny Home Culture seems absolutely perfect for a game such as No Man’s Sky, as it gives the game a genuine sense of adventure, exploration and an experience that perhaps not many other games are able to offer.

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Have you embraced the community driven Tiny Home Culture of No Man’s Sky?  We’d love to hear your stories of adventure across our social media channels.

Source: Polygon

Featured Image Credit: Hello Games

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