The Indoorsman is your podcast guide to the great indoors. Every week (probably), Stevivor Senior Editor Matt Gosper is joined by co-host Cliff to talk about various nerd nonsense (maybe) to entertain you (hopefully). http://www.indoorsmanpodcast.com/files/podcasts/indoorsman-episode-040.mp3 Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

The Indoorsman is your podcast guide to the great indoors. Every week (probably), Stevivor Senior Editor Matt Gosper is joined by co-host Cliff to talk about various nerd nonsense (maybe) to entertain you (hopefully). http://www.indoorsmanpodcast.com/files/podcasts/indoorsman-episode-036.mp3 Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

The Indoorsman is your podcast guide to the great indoors. Every week (probably), Stevivor Senior Editor Matt Gosper is joined by co-host Cliff to talk about various nerd nonsense (maybe) to entertain you (hopefully). http://www.indoorsmanpodcast.com/files/podcasts/indoorsman-episode-019.mp3 Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

Ah, our favourite part of Stevivor’s Game of the Year celebrations: the wooden spoons. Yep, plural. There’s a lot to be unhappy with this year. Let’s get to it, in no particular order. No Man’s Sky Where to start with No

The Indoorsman is your podcast guide to the great indoors. Every week (probably), Stevivor Senior Editor Matt Gosper is joined by co-host Cliff to talk about various nerd nonsense (maybe) to entertain you (hopefully). http://www.indoorsmanpodcast.com/files/podcasts/indoorsman-episode-004.mp3 Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

Upon deliberation, the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has determined that Hello Games has not mislead customers with No Man’s Sky advertising. After review of the 23 complaints lodged against No Man’s Sky, the ASA has sided with Hello Games and studio head

Stevivor’s Steve Wright appeared on the You Game Bro? podcast last night to talk all things Star Trek, Resident Evil, Final Fantasy XV and more. You can listen to the episode below: http://yougamebro.podbean.com/mf/web/84pjue/ygbstevivor.mp3 Download: Direct link Subscribe: iTunes If you’d rather watch

Following all the controversy of the broken promises surrounding No Man’s Sky, Hello Games has emerged from its cave of solitude to launch the potentially game-changing Foundation Update. We’re told that this will be the first of many additions to the

Data mining inside No Man’s Sky and its Foundation Update has lead to the discovery of a new buggy vehicle. Not a bug-riddled vehicle, but an actual buggy. Check it out: Redditor eegandj made the discovery above. Developer Hello Games has said

The Indoorsman is your podcast guide to the great indoors. Every week (probably), Stevivor Senior Editor Matt Gosper is joined by co-host Cliff to talk about various nerd nonsense (maybe) to entertain you (hopefully). http://www.indoorsmanpodcast.com//files/podcasts/indoorsman-episode-003.mp3 Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky has received a massive patch called The Foundation Update. The free patch bring a ton of new content and bug fixes. ” It adds the foundations of base building, and is a foundation for things to come,”

Update: We’ve updated this story to show all the sales still available during Cyber Monday. We’ve also covered 4K, HDR television sales here. Physical and digital sales Black Friday sales are upon us, giving people ’round the world the chance to

Sony’s Shawn Layden says the publisher still believes No Man’s Sky can live up to expectations. “Hello Games, Sean Murray and his team, had an incredible vision of what they were going to create. It was something that had never been

Hello Games’ Twitter account posted that “No Man’s Sky was a mistake”, with the developer then explaining the social media post in a number of contradicting ways. The initial tweet was posted at 5:48 am PST on 28 October: When

Polygon today reports that the UK-based Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is looking into “several complaints about No Man’s Sky’s advertising”. “I can confirm we have received several complaints about No Man’s Sky advertising and we have launched an investigation,” an ASA representative

A No Man’s Sky user has taken to Reddit to complain that a majority of his in-game discoveries had been wiped. While some outlets immediately reported that the game would reset discoveries after two weeks, user Dark Nexis clarified his post,