For the second article in a row, we're here to report on a delay for The Good Life. The latest game from Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro will now hit PlayStation 4 at the end of this after originally being pushed back to the summer. There is another trailer to watch though, which we've embedded above. Except it's all in Japanese, so don't ask us what's being said. The game has also picked up a new publisher, with Playism taking over duties from The Irregular Corporation. It'll cost $29.99 at launch.
These behind the scenes changes don't seem to have impacted the experience itself too much, though — this is very much still a weird and wacky adventure about taking photos and transforming into cats and dogs. "Upon beginning her investigation, Naomi–camera in hand—soon realizes that the town and its eccentric residents are hiding all sorts of secrets. She discovers an inexplicable phenomenon in which the townspeople transform into cats and dogs as night falls… Then, as just she’s looking into that particular mystery, a murder occurs." You know, the usual stuff.
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