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Last Day of June Nintendo Switch Launch Trailer Celebrates the Game's Release

Adventure puzzle game Last Day of June has been added to the Nintendo Switch, celebrating its launch with a brand new trailer.

March 17, 2018

Painterly puzzle title Last Day of June is now available on the Nintendo Switch eShop. And to celebrate that launch, publisher 505 Games revealed a new trailer focusing in on the Nintendo Switch launch.

If you aren’t familiar with the game, it’s an artistic look at the lives of Carl and Jane after a car crash that leaves Carl crippled and Jane dead. The game draws inspiration from the song “Drive Home” by Steven Wilson, who was also involved in developing some of the score for the game. Its story, stop animation-esque art style and gameplay drummed recognition from multiple news outlets last year and is also currently being considered for a British Academy Game Award in 2018, so if that sounds like something up your alley, consider checking it out on the eShop.

If you never got a chance to pick up the poignant puzzler last year or just want it for your Switch, now’s your chance — Last Day of June is currently available for Nintendo Switch, PC, and PS4, priced at $19.99 and only available digitally. If you’re interested in reading DualShockers’ review of the game where we awarded it a 7.0 out of 10, you can check it out here. Of course, check out the new trailer below (which at the moment can only be viewed on YouTube):

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Emily Hobbs is a Staff Writer at Dualshockers. When she's not writing articles, she's also a senior Computer Information Systems with a Forensics focus major at Stevenson University, where she bonded with her roommates freshman year via Dark Souls and Outlast, as all true friendships should begin. She enjoys any kind of game except for the ones she doesn't, and a good RPG or horror game can make her day.

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