"The Good Life" Debut Trailer!


#1

first look at the upcoming game from SWERY!! i don’t even know where to start… the art style… that beautiful cat FMV footage… the art of the protagonist as a cat… i am officially excited for this.


#2

desperately trying to figure out where the real life footage was shot


#3

this seems overall brighter than the sometimes oppressive eeriness and unease of Swery’s previous stuff, I like that.


#4

Please please please I am so ready to be a cat. So ready.


#5

I’m so amped for this


#6

bumping for the last 24 hours of the Fig campaign! believe in SWERY


#7

im on board anyway as a Deadly Premonition And Cat Liker but godddd im so excited to see what swery does w the Quaint English Setting? like the weird unpleasant conservatism of say, midsomer murders as interpreted by him could potentially be something im very into


#8

well, rest in peace to the Fig campaign. SWERY posted a little post-mortem about where he thinks it went wrong, which is worth reading. i didn’t even know the project had Noboru Horita attached to it until after the fact! it seems like he’s going to try running a kickstarter next so keep your eyes peeled!!


#9

I really hope that this game gets made and that it’s good, but the campaign seemed pretty poorly planned out pretty early on. I hope they’ve learned a lot and maybe hire someone with experience in crowd funding/PR to be more or less in charge of the kickstarter whenever they end up launching it.


#10

It’s a bummer that the Fig campaign failed, hopefully the Kickstarter one is tighter, more achievable, and ultimately successful. I do hope to contribute to it this time!


#11

i’m so glad they’re not giving up! i’m really interested in this game but the campaign was definitely pretty confusing. i hope that with a more achievable monetary goal and a better PR campaign they get the money they need to fund such a cool idea. i’ll try to contribute next time!


#12

I don’t know if this is just me, but I still don’t entirely get Fig and how it’s different to Kickstarter, which just added another barrier.