The good life is waiting for us: the new project by Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro, The Good Life, has unfortunately been postponed again
If you had a fatal premonition about the possibility of playing The Good Life in a short time, we have to confirm that any hunch about the current state of the new game by Hidetaka Suehiro, in art Swery, has proved well founded. After a postponement that saw the title move its release date in the summer period, we now have a new trailer that sets the release period in Autumn. Of course, we will report the trailer below, but we already warn you that it is a video dubbed exclusively in the Japanese language.
Swery Do You Live The Good Life, Maybe Too Much?
We also have a new publisher to talk about: Playism will distribute Swery’s new work, The Good Life, in place of The Irregular Corporation. The price is approximately on thirty euros. However, it’s not that the behind-the-scenes changes have caused any particular differences to the experience itself – this is still a light-hearted adventure in which to take pictures and take possession of cats and dogs. According to the synopsis, however, the protagonist of this investigation always remains Naomi, who uncovers the many secrets of the city and its eccentric inhabitants.
Naomi then discovers the inexplicable phenomenon whereby citizens turn into cats and dogs at night. Recall that it is still a Swery game, previously known for being equally eccentric Deadly Premonition: If you haven’t seen the trailer above, know that the art style along the lines of Level 5 lurks a bloody murder. Unusual atmospheres in the pure Suehiro style, in short. The game is scheduled for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
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