Stephen Colbert Puts No Man's Sky Into The Late-Night Spotlight
Time to let video games shine on late-night TV.
Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray recently appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," where he showed off the anticipated and wildly ambitious new IP, No Man's Sky.
They chat about the massive size and scope of the game, at which point Colbert asks: "Do you have any worries that the game might get boring after visiting the first trillion planets?" We do get a new nugget of information, in that if you're the first to discover a creature on any of the planets, you get to name it. Colbert suggest "Colbertasaurus" and "Molebert."
Perhaps fittingly, Colbert says Murray has taken over the role of God from actor Morgan Freeman, who of course played God in the film, "Bruce Almighty." Check out the full clip below, and don't forget that while No Man's Sky doesn't yet have a launch date, it's supposed to launch for PlayStation 4 and PC at some point in 2016.
10/4/2015 9:27:06 PM John Shepard