With E3 sun setting for this year it can be pretty easy to find, or slip into, cynical thinking about who won or lost the event. Who will win or lose this holiday season. Or who will come out on top during the next console cycle.
It's easy to lose perspective as games excite or disappoint us. Avengers looks lackluster. Bayonetta and Metroid are no shows. Sony just isn't here at all.
But games don't need to be a constant slog of controversies every day.
our community has bought the billboard outside our office to say Thank You
Oh. My. God.https://t.co/oGTjFI4WWG— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) June 13, 2019
The No Man's Sky subreddit banded together and bought a thank you billboard near the Hello Games' office.
No Man's Sky obviously had a famous launch due to differences between what the game promised and some of the realities it delivered, or failed to delivery. And Reddit is often viewed (often rightly so) as a toxic environment for any community, not just games.
But here's a nice little community, thankful for the years of hard work from a dedicated developer, banding together to say thank you.