Nintendo Switch is having Everything in a few days

Jan 04 2019 2 min read

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What if you could have everything on your Nintendo Switch? Lucky for you, there's a game titled Everything from Double Fine and Irish artist David OReilly which is releasing next week. The game has spent more than a year and a half on PlayStation 4 and PC where it got critically-acclaimed for its unique take on a simulation process.

Everything has literally everything you could imagine. The game tasks you with a simple objective - to possess various objects in the Universe thus exploring the vast variety and diversity of the world around you. You start the game as one of the objects after which you can transfer your consciousness into objects of a smaller scale. In other words, you can be a cow and then choose a smaller animal as your next playable character. A smaller piece of rock, a smaller fish - and so on until you reach the sub-atom level.

After you hit the smallest scale of matter known to mankind you can once again get larger objects under your control - like planets, stars and even galaxies. The goal is to explore everything - each and every category of objects in the Universe thus completing the in-game encyclopedia. You journey is narrated by British philosopher Alan Watts - and this particular feature greatly adds to the experience.

January 10 is the day Everything becomes available on Nintendo Switch, and we highly recommend you to give the game which lets you take an existential tour around the Universe a look.


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