It occurs to me that naming your game Everything is the equivalent of a college band calling itself “Free Beer.”
This of course doesn’t mean everything, it means Everything, David O’Reilly’s simulation of, well, everything. Read our review, it’s very hard to explain in one sentence. The game is now available on Steam, where Everything now costs $11.99.
Yet in a cruel twist, buying Everything doesn’t get you everything in Everything. The original soundtrack is $5.59 sold separately, $15.82 bundled.
The good news is, it doesn’t take long to download Everything. It’s only 2 GB.
I’m imagining the chats today with Steam customer support.
Rep: How may I help you?
Customer: I made a purchase and didn’t receive what I bought.
Rep: What did you buy?
Rep: So what’s the problem?
Customer: What’s the problem? I’m playing as a goddamn seagull or something! Where’s my key for Ghost Recon: Wildlands?!
Polygon Deals: Grab Xbox One S bundles and PC, Xbox One and PS4 games
by Chloe Reznikov
South Korean presidential candidate campaigns with a StarCraft map
by Owen S. Good
Friday the 13th: The Game launches digitally in late May
by Samit Sarkar 2 comments / new
The Samsung S8 makes this the best time to switch to an Android phone
by Brian Crecente 26 comments / new
H1Z1’s prime-time premiere was outstanding television
by Charlie Hall 2 comments / new
Catch up with Twin Peaks in three minutes before the third season
by Allegra Frank 7 comments / new Original Article