For the first time in Oscar history, a video game is eligible for an Academy Award, specifically the recently-released game Everything. For an award show entering its 90th celebration, the Oscars have been awarding a lot of firsts in recent years. In 2010, Kathryn Bigelow became the first female filmmaker to win Best Director for The Hurt Locker. Last year, virtual reality film Pearl was nominated for Best Animated Short, plus ESPN miniseries OJ: Made in America became the first made-for-TV program to win Best Documentary.

Everything was created by David O’Reilly and released on the PlayStation 4 on March 21. The game is simulation based, where the player has the ability to control as many various objects in the universe …

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