I'm wanting to expand my PC games since all I have currently is Minecraft and 7DTD. From what I've seen of Starbound is that it looks like a futuristic Terraria. I have a few concerns though: I never beat terraria. I got past the wall of flesh and I basically stopped there due to the difficulty. Part of this being that the terraria controls on the PS4 suck. I definately like games to be challenging, but I don't want them to be borderline cheap. Would you consider Starbound to be fair and the controls excellent? The futuristic theme. The only future games I've played are Halo Reach and Mass Effect 3. Both of those games were "okay", they didn't really stand out to me. Because of this, I generally skip most games in the future. My question is: is their anything primative to the game as in melee weapons, bows, wood, etc? PvP. I like friendly pvp, nothing extremely hardcore. I'm not a fan of "when you die, you lose everything and have to start over". Minimal PvP to me always enhances a game. Does this game have pvp and does your server allow it, if it exists? Lastly, building. Being an architect, it's a no brainer that I want a game that I can build. I'm not expecting anything as advanced as Minecraft, but I would like for the games to have a wide range of blocks to use for building. Is their a lot of blocks in the game that I can use for building a settlement? And when I mean blocks, I mean BLOCKS. I don't want anything like Terraria where their are a ton of decorative blocks where they generally don't have a use. I want blocks for walls, floors, etc. So, should I buy this game or just skip it and find another one?