Over the past few years I have seen too many games released to Steam which honestly should not be released onto the platform yet, due to bugs and in some cases, clear and obvious signs the game will not be completed, with zero indication that the developers or publisher care about the abysmal state of the game.
Is Go To IT Worth the Money?
The short answer is no, when you first purchase the game and load up the menu, give yourself a pat on the back, you’ve got further than some, with many people not even being able to play the game in the first place.
If you’re in the lucky few that managed to play, when jumping into game, you will immediately notice tons of little issues with the game, from text which overflows and doesn’t fit on the screen to buttons that don’t work.
But don’t freat, they won’t be an issue soon, before long you will be greeted with a big white screen of death asking you to contact support, but of course, with no actual contact details for the support team and even if you do get their email, they won’t answer you.
Uninstalling the game, moving hard drive, even changing to another computer, none of them fix the issue, once you see that white screen, it’s game over.
Could This Be A One-Time Bug?
At first I thought this must be a one-time issue, however, we went ahead and bought 3 more copies of the game, each of them eventually became unplayable, the only difference being the time it took for the game to get to this unplayable state.
We were given the first copy as an invitation to review the game and considering this was for review purposes, I was shocked that two attempts to reach out to the team were ignored, leading us to presume that not only does the game not work, but obviously the team behind it don’t care.
Looking at other Steam and net reviews, I noticed others with similar issues, also attempting to reach out to the team and also being ignored.
Go to IT is a game which I really wanted to enjoy, it has such a unique premise, but sadly I cannot endorse a game which is clearly so broken and even after 3 years of early access development fails to even get to the menu across several copies.
As it stands, unless there are major changes to Go To IT, not only do I recommend you avoid it, I implore you to save your money, perhaps if the team behind played their own product a little, they might know how to run a development business worthy of a recommendation.