Before No Man's Sky, there was Joe Danger 2, a lovable side-scrolling racing/platform game about a motorbike-riding daredevil. After appearing on Xbox 360, PC, and PlayStation 3, the game is now primed for its PS Vita debut, ... read
No Man's Sky showed off a particularly purple planet in its Game Awards trailer. It's still exciting, walking amidst bioluminscent fauna and dinosaurs, getting into your ship and zipping off to another planet. Oh, and t... read
I've been excited for No Man's Sky for almost a years' time now, but it has become a passive excitement as I wait patiently for it to release. This video, what with some footage I haven't seen and it generally looking a... read
I'll crush the whole moon with my butt
I've been buried in gamescom news this week, but I've surfaced to relay the stories I'm most excited about to you. Life is Strange is an unusual adventure game from the creators of Remember Me. No Man's Sky allegedly would take actual millennium to explore. And we finally see what Claptrap has up his sleeve in Borderlands The Pre-Sequel. Turns out, it's a whole bag of tricks. read feature
At a gamescom presentation today, Sean Murray from Hello Games wanted to give his comeback to a "guy in the comments" that goes against his claim that the universe of upcoming game No Man's Sky is infinite. The comments ... read
PlayStation 4 players better be fine with sharing their airspace, because those on PC will also have a chance to explore the procedurally generated lands of Hello Games' No Man's Sky. IGN reports that next month's issue ... read
Max and Bill attempt to describe procedural generation
Of all the games we saw at E3, No Man's Sky is probably the most difficult to describe without sounding like we just came down from a mescaline trip. A procedurally-generated universe filled with millions of planets? Each with new and unique flora and fauna? Spaceships that shoot lasers? This is definitely a high concept game. Hopefully, the final product delivers, because it sounds cool as hell. read feature
And then he said, that's not my podiatrist, that's my mother! You saw our E3 2014 Game of the Show. It was Metal Gear Solid V. Saved you a click.
Now, it's a good one. In fact, I wrote about why it was our Game of the Show in that very post you just didn't click. But E3 was full o... read feature
No hand holding, all about discovery and exploration No Man's Sky. We've been abuzz about this game ever since the first trailer was revealed late last year, and today Destructoid got to see a live gameplay demo showing off the amazing scope that the developers at Hello Games a... read feature
The universe is yours for the taking
Hello Games' sci-fi exploration survival game No Man's Sky is looking and sounding as amazing and unbelievable as ever. Here's an in-depth conversation with founder Sean Murray at E3 2014 explaining what is and isn't possibl... read feature
Wow. No Man's Sky looks stellar. And it's launching first on PlayStation 4, at least when it comes to consoles. It's a little hard to believe something this pretty was developed by a tiny indie studio that just got flooded out of their offices. My hat is off to you, Hello Games. read feature
Even though Hello Games was quick to say everything would work out in the end, I'll admit to being worried about the studio behind Joe Danger and No Man Sky's when its Guildford, UK-based office was flooded over the holidays.... read
No Man's Sky is shaping up to be one of the most ambitious upcoming games, promising an infinite, procedurally generated universe to explore while being built by a small indie developer best known for the Joe Danger series. I... read
A modest mobile romp Joe Danger is a pretty massive hit for Hello Games. We loved the first game, we enjoyed the sequel, and in 2013 they brought the franchise to iOS. Now, Joe rides yet again on the mobile platform, but this time, he's shrunk down to Toy Story size and placed in a series of mini themed levels and races.
It's more of the same, but that should be enough for Joe fans. read feature
The affable team behind Joe Danger and the exciting, upcoming No Man's Sky had its offices flooded over the holidays. We're talking, "a biblical amount." In fact, the water is apparently still rising as the team, relocated to... read
The offices of Joe Danger and No Man's Sky developer Hello Games were flooded this week, as detailed in a series of tweets by the studio. "A river broke its bank nearby yesterday, and A LOT of water flooded in really qui... read
Hello Games is probably riding on a cloud right now. After announcing No Man's Sky the internet pretty much exploded, and everyone can't wait to see what it can offer. But the studio isn't forgetting its humble roots, as... read
Joe Danger 1 and 2 is continuing its gaming platform tour with the next stop being on the PlayStation Vita. We knew this was happening back in August, but we have some additional info according to VG247.
Hello Games is kind o... read
You can't take the sky from me The highlight of the VGX, aside from Joel McHale's unrelenting irreverence, was the unexpected, unlikely No Man's Sky from the creators of Joe Danger.
Much of the afternoon centered around content that was not particularly ne... read feature
The makers of Joe Danger are back with a completely different type of game. No Man's Sky is a procedural exploration title that debuted at the Spike VGX awards. It looks freakin' incredible.
Hello Games' Sean Murray dropped ... read
Joe Danger Touch for the iOS is now on sale! You can grab it for $0.99/£0.69, 66% off the normal price.
As for everyone that already owns the game, you can go and update it for the a new mode called the Calendar T... read
Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2: The Movie are such great games. I played the crap out of both of them on the consoles, and am still really happy that they have arrived on PC as well. Some new features have been added, including ... read
Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2: The Movie will be out on Steam starting June 24. The ability to share levels through Steam Workshop sounded like the real draw until I heard about Hello Games' collaboration with Valve and Mojang... read
PlayStation Plus subscribers can treat themselves to last year's wonderful Joe Danger 2: The Movie on the house (normally $14.99) as the gorgeous, expanded Excitebike-alike makes its way to the service’s giant list of f... read
Let's get dangerous! Joe Danger was the definition of a perfect downloadable game. It was reasonable priced, it was tons of fun, and it was packed with content.
Naturally, since a lot of other people felt the same, a Special Edition version of th... read feature
As promised by Hello Games, the recently announced new PlayStation Network version of Joe Danger 2: The Movie with bonus content is coming out real soon. North America is getting it on Tuesday, October 9 for $14.99, while Eur... read
While cleaning out the fridge here at FNF HQ, we stumbled upon three extra codes for Joe Danger: Special Edition on Xbox LIVE! And being the generous people that we are, we decided to give them away to you lovely ladies... read
I have to agree with Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games, when he says that "leaderboards are very dead to most people. We've all gotten used to the fact that we're not going to be at the top of leaderboards so they're not re... read feature
Sean Murray, founder of Hello Games, is a very honest and forthcoming man when it comes to talking about the original Joe Danger. One specific thing that has bothered him about the original is the game's level editor, bluntly... read feature
Did you play the original Joe Danger? We gave the racing puzzle platformer a 9 out of 10 when it was first released on PlayStation Network, and then later a perfect 10 when it arrived on Xbox Live Arcade. Great scores, right?... read feature
The original Joe Danger was one of my favorite games of 2010. In fact, I got 100% completion in it after playing pretty much non-stop for a couple of months. I just fell in love with the combo and points system, the leve... read