The Good Life Story Trailer Released, Switch Port Possible

The Good Life

White Owls Inc.’s first project, The Good Life, has a new story trailer brimming with personality and the typical Swery-brand of weirdness.

Following the project’s extraordinary final push to achieve funding, The Good Life is now shaping up nicely, with a Switch port now possible if funding reaches USD $800,000.

The story trailer, which is, in typical Swery fashion, misspelled as “STROY”, provides more details about the title’s mish-mash of a narrative, which looks like a noir take on Lost In Translation mixed with Aristocats.

The story itself tasks players with assuming the role of Naomi, a journalist from New York, who moves to a backwoods British town called Rainy Woods. Shortly after arriving, she uncovers a murder mystery along with another surprise: the town’s inhabitants turn into cats or dogs at night.

More of the project’s unique art style is also seen, which, on the surface, looks almost papercraft and origami-like, with obvious nods to British architecture and small town culture.

White Owls Inc. is a Japanese developer founded by director and writer Hidetaka Suehiro, better known as Swery. Suehiro has previously worked on games such as D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die and Deadly Premonition while working at Access Games.

The trailer is embedded below, but before checking it out, be sure to follow OnlySP on FacebookTwitter, and YouTube.

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