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I am thankful for Xbox Game Pass. I was able to play and review The Good Life on the Xbox One thanks to that program. I doubt I would have ever paid for The Good Life. I also was unable to find a physical copy version of The Good Life in the US at this time. I doubt I would ever want to purchase a physical copy version of The Good Life after playing it. This odd video game is on the Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The Good Life can be played on a PS5 and Xbox Series X. I do not believe there are any enhancements on those systems though.

The Good Life is a bit of a dull video game that jumps off the deep end into the occult rather quickly. People turn into animals in The Good Life. The player can turn into a cat and a dog thanks to some brew from a witch. At first I thought The Good Life would be like Harvest Moon where we can also photograph everything and everyone. Which is a great idea. Naomi Hayward goes to Rainy Woods (The Happiest Place on Earth) on assignment. She also has a lot of debt to pay off.

The Good Life gives the player missions to complete. Take a picture of this person or that person. We go around the town taking pictures, and then uploading them to an old computer. Those pics earn us money. There are plenty of resources to collect in The Good Life too. Naomi has a horrible attitude and mouth. She is not much of a lady in The Good Life. We can also cook, and grow things in The Good Life too. This is where The Good Life has a really good core.

The Good Life quickly throws us into witchcraft, people turning into animals, bad language, violence, blood, false gods/goddesses, and more. The Good Life also has a drug induce comma kind of vibe to it at times. We are totally playing a story in The Good Life. The narrator is a story teller. The voice acting in The Good Life is nice to listen to. The graphics look okay in this 3D world. We have limited sprinting in The Good Life. Parts of The Good Life looks great and others look really dull.

The Good Life is one of those video games that started great, and showed all kinds of promise. Then it took a strange turn and left me behind totally. I stopped playing The Good Life because of all of the offensive material. Don't game makers realize they are turning people off and damaging their name? They are also damaging the image of the entire industry. Once they break that trust it is really hard to get it back.


Graphics: 62%
Sounds: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 57%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Playism
Developer: White Owls
Rating: ‘T’ – THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Blood, Violence, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco, Mild Language, Crude Humor}

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