Little Goody Two Shoes Launching October 31

Just in time for Halloween, AstralShift and Square Enix Collective announced that their mysterious new fairytale anime adventure Little Goody Two Shoes will launch on October 31.

Players will follow the story of vibrant and ambitious Elise, who has one goal in mind: striking it rich. Since this dream is still a dream, she spends her time helping the neighbors of Kieferberg with menial tasks in an attempt to grind through life.

However she comes to discover a pair of shiny red shoes buried in her backyard that bewitch her. From there, she embarks on a journey through the Woods to change her fortune. Just be warned; this mystical and phantasmagorical realm features enigmas and deadly enemies.

To balance between the two, Little Goody Two Shoes features a day/night cycle that force players to carefully manage their needs. Players must also carefully choose between an all-female cast of romanceable characters – who needs Tinder anyway?

See this unique title in action with the trailer below, which features elements of PlayStation RPGs, PlayStation 2 RPG, and 90s/00s anime:

Little Goody Two Shoes – Release Date Announcement Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam, and will retail for $19.99. In the case of Steam, a demo is currently available on the official page.

Source: Press Release
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