The Good Life review – SWERY premonition

The Good Life review – SWERY premonition

The creator of Deadly Premonition returns with a bizarre tale of animal transmogrification set in an open world recreation of Lancashire. Deadly Premonition holds the Guinness World Record for the most critically polarising survival horror game. That’s a pretty silly record but it’s a reminder that when the game was originally released, in 2010, it was not universally appreciated. It’s easy to understand why given what a shambles it was on a technical level, with terrible graphics and controls. However, it was also one of the most ambitious interactive narratives of the Xbox 360 era and its weird characters and Twin Peaks influence felt perfectly in step with the janky presentation. How much of that was accidental and how much by design has always been unclear but we remember interviewing …
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