Jim Sterling’s Website DDOS’d For Giving No Man’s Sky 5/10 and Calling it Mediocre

By   /   Aug 11, 2016
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No Man’s Sky is now available on Playstation 4 and managed to amass mixed opinions from critics.

Videogame critic Jim Sterling recently published a review of Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky giving it a 5/10 and calling it ‘Mediocre’. However, soon after the review was published, fans were unable to access the website because of a DDOS attack.

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An excerpt from Sterling’s review of the game reads:

“Even with my expectations guarded, however, I did not expect just another survival/crafting game that used randomization as a crutch to the point of losing all potential personality. And I at least expected more to fucking do.”

The blog was back online after a while, but here is what Sterling had to say about the matter:

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In all honesty, I find it pretty funny that fans can actually get this mad over someone’s opinions. I mean, if you like the game then go ahead and play it all you want, but this sort of thing is ridiculous at best.

No Man’s Sky is now available on Playstation 4. As for the PC version of the game, it is scheduled to release on Aug. 12, 2016.

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