Sony did not develop No Man's Sky. It's also fairly accurate to say that if someone invests 50 hours into a game and then wants a refund...calling them a thief isn't too far off base. That's the same for any retail business out there. If you bought a game and want a refund after an hour or two of trying to get things to work right, that's perfectly fine. 50 hours? No way.
If a game promises certain amazing features, but it takes 50 hours of (leveling up) game play to identify that those features don't exist, is it still stealing when you demand a refund? It's like buying a box of cereal just for the prize advertised prominently on the front of the box, and in commercials. If you get to the bottom of the cereal box and the prize isn't there, do you have a right to a refund? Damn straight.
Didn't take long to find this little jewel to solve all your problem : https://pcpartpicker.com/
Yes, it's easy to find fairly current websites that will recommend a complete build. It's also quite easy to find a list of compatible hardware, recommended power supply wattage, and due to a highly competitive market the price of a fairly decent gaming machine will be between 1&1.2k all in, including O/S. Speaking of O/S, go ahead and speak ill of Microsoft all you want, a fresh install on new, or even old, hardware will likely begin with at least a working driver for each component, though it may not be optimized. Motherboards come with a disc containing drivers that fill in those that are missing, and you'll also likely start with a network connection so that you can download the best drivers available. Best of all, you don't end up with the shit bloatware that companies like HP dump on your stock purchase PC.
Oh please, al you have to do to get participation grades is ask a question once in a while, and since most introverts are assholes who think they are smarter than everyone else, just think of it as a game of "stump the professor".
That's like saying all extroverts are ignorant pricks who think going to meetings is the same thing as getting stuff done.
PL/I -- "the fatal disease" -- belongs more to the problem set than to the solution set. -- Edsger W. Dijkstra, SIGPLAN Notices, Volume 17, Number 5