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Everything, David O’Reilly, published in PS4 March 21

Everything, the new game of the Irish artist David O’Reilly, it will be available on March 21.

The game, which is published on PlayStation 4, is a «consciousness» rigidly following the motto “If you can see it, can be”; Therefore, in Everything «everything is playable character”. Above you have a well extensive trailer which, on a narration of Alan Watts, you can see screenshots of the game. The idea is, in short, ‘see the entire universe from the point of view of the thousands of things that are in it’.

«In other words, there is no distinction between you and the world, or a level and a character. All these things experience and interact with the world in a different way,”said O’Reilly when Everything was announced. «Everything leaves you to be anything you want. If you ever wanted to see how it is to be a horse, clip, or the Sun, this is for you. «Is your main power in the game be (there are more but I don’t want to spoil the surprise)».

“Everything is a game about the things we see, their relationships and their points of view. In this context, things are as we separate reality to understand it and talk about it among ourselves. It sounds obvious, but people have been fighting over what are things from the beginning of time. This was the theme of my last game, Mountain, and Everything explores this idea and in much greater depth, and a much more fun way».

Mountain was O’Reilly’s first foray in the video game, and, as his video art, turned out to be surprising and resounding: was a game in which the player’s avatar is a mountain floating in the middle of the space, and which goes down junk of all kinds. It is a game without controls, and a masterpiece, also.

Finally! Everything is coming out March 21st on PS4
You can pre-order it now!
🦈🦋🌴🍪🐠🍓🐸 #EverythingGame

-Everything [game] (@eeverythingg) March 14, 2017

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