• The Good Life review: tonally stupid, structurally broken, surprisingly deep and occasionally self-aware

    3 days ago - By Rock, Paper, Shotgun

    The Good Life - which has nothing to do with the 1970s British television show about a couple of doom-prepping swingers who owned an allotment in Surbiton - is a colourful open world adventure in which you play an investigative photographer charged with uncovering the secrets of an idyllic English town.
    Like so many of Swery's previous games, most notably Deadly Premonition , The Good Life is characteristically goofy and haphazard. It can be broadly categorised as a daily life simulator - in the vein of Stardew Valley and Animal Crossing, but not like either of those - with a Pokémon Snap...
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