No Man's Sky has a great potential, though quite ambitious in a way. Unfortunately, it didn't turn out to be a great title. Sure, it has been part of every discussion -- be it online or not. However, everyone knows that most of these are all but negative notes about Hello Games' product. Regardless of that, this didn't stop Evolution: The Ultimate Creative Sandbox from existing. Why should it be anyway?
According to Steamed Kotaku, the not-so popular game called Evolution: The Ultimate Creative Sandbox has earned the number one spot in Steam Greenlight. The latter is basically a place where lesser-known titles are being put. Think of it as something like Fox's Searchlight, a distribution company existing within Fox Entertainment Group that is focused on indie or less celebrated films with potentials for becoming big.
As for how the team describes it, the game is all about being an inspired title from Spore. As for how it correlates with No Man's Sky, know that it allows players to travel from one planet to another. And remember, this title also deals with thousands (though not quintillion) of planets.
The graphics of Evolution: The Ultimate Creative Sandbox can somehow be likened to Spore's. But of course, since it's still in development, this might change over the course of time. After all, they don't want to brew a legal confrontation due to copyright and imitation.
The game's development is being headed by a YouTube channel called DalasReview. It's also worth noting that the team is set to launch a Kickstarter campaign so as to raise funds for the forthcoming game.
While Evolution: The Ultimate Creative Sandbox continues to draw appreciation, No Man's Sky seems to go the other way around. As previously reported here at iTech Post, the controversy surrounding Hello Games' title resulted to Steam implementing a new policy. This rule basically asks developers to only display photos or screenshots that are actually in the game -- something that NMS failed to do.
The most surprising thing about Evolution game is the fact that it wasn't affected at all by the backlash NMS got. Remember that few months or weeks ago, games of the same genre were having troubles as players started drawing their supports out.
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