Coming to Switch and other consoles this summer, One Night Stand is a visual novel that has you waking up next to a complete stranger after an eventful night on the town. It's up to you to piece together exactly what happened, all from the comfort of a stranger's bed.

Suffering from a thumping headache (no doubt due to overindulging on liquid refreshment the previous night), you can choose to stay for coffee and a croissant, poke around the room for clues to your new friend's identity or grab your undies and jump out the window while they're in the kitchen making you an egg sandwich.

The following features are highlighted in the official blurb:

- Life-like rotoscope animations
- Hand-drawn artwork
- An interactive story where your choices matter
- 12 different endings that reveal new insights into what really happened
- Point-and-click investigations
- An original soundtrack

Coming from one-person developer Kinmoku, the alias of ex-EA dev Lucy Blundell, the game was nominated for an Excellence in Narrative award at the Indie Games Festival 2017. It released on PC back in 2016 and has very positive reviews on Steam, so this will be one to keep an eye on. 'This summer' is the current release window, but we'll let you know when that becomes something more concrete.

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