No Man’s Sky Nvidia Driver Updates

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No Man’s Sky PC adopters (slightly) rejoice! If you are an Nvidia user, they’ve just released a driver update for optimal settings. If you’re an AMD user, let us know if that’s been updated, as well.

So far, my playthoughs haven’t been experience ruining. At least, not as bad as a ton of other gamers have reported. :<

If you’re getting the stuttering and flickering and your system should be able to handle it, keep playing! The shader loading issue is what you probably have. I kept playing and after a few minutes, the symptoms subsided.

Hope the patch helps you guys have a more enjoyable experience!

Obviously, this isn’t a permanent fix until it’s patched in-game, so until the next update, keep watching here. tnhU: Signing out!

No Man’s Sky R_View

R_View is a series that presents ‘our view’ of the first hours and our initial impressions of a game 😉

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With my first experience logged in my day 00 explorer diary, I wanted to give a small taste of what it was like for me to step into the universe of No Man’s Sky.  The game is simply relaxing and invites every gamer’s inner explorer to go out and enjoy each and every distinct planet Hello Games had crafted with passion. Continue reading No Man’s Sky R_View

No Man’s Sky Explorer Diary – Day 00

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I’ve crashed on an undiscovered planet that I have named Origin I that is –after a good amount of exploring– rich in oxides, plutonium and gold. My ship is damaged and I need to repair the landing thrusters, pulse engine and refuel them both. Initial problem on an alien world: my scanner and visor were damaged in the crash, too… To top it off, this planet I am on is gifted with acid rain. Just my luck.

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FSU03 – 3D Fundamentals, week 1

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I cannot express how overwhemling this class’ first week has been. Phew. I’m glad it’s passed and I was able to understand what we were assigned to do before due dates were made. Fortunately, where the instructions on FSO were vague, Professor Anthony Bagsby made up for in prompt and clear responses to my emails.

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FSU Launchbox, Part II

02 FSU LogoThe second and third portion of my Launch Box for Full Sail University’s Game Art Degree has arrived! It seems that the major items in the primary launch box was shipped separately. The Macbook, scanner and Wacom tablet came separately a few days apart. Continue reading FSU Launchbox, Part II

Things to Know Before Going to FSU, Part I

02 FSU LogoHeads up to all the interested students and potential applicants of Full Sail University!

Here are a few things to cross off your to-do list before applying and before you hit certain classes. I will be covering the application process here as well as the first couple classes now that I’m starting my degree’s proper classes.

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