for Nintendo Switch
Yesterday the developers of the upcoming After Party, Night School Studio, the team behind the very good Oxenfree, announced that its game will be heading to the Nintendo switch sometime in 2019.
Here’s everything we know about the game so far.
In AFTERPARTY, you play Milo and Lola, recently deceased best buds who suddenly find themselves staring down an eternity in Hell. But there’s a loophole: outdrink Satan and he’ll grant you re-entry to Earth.
Milo and Lola are now dead, thirsty, and roaming the streets of Nowhere, the outermost island of Hell.
It’s time to:
- Go on the best bender ever
- Party with dangerous demons and the not so dearly departed
- Best and impress Satan’s Monarchs to gain access to the big guy
- Drink Satan under the table
What adventures will you stumble through in the underworld? Every step is up to you. Time to go on the best bender ever, uncover the mystery of why you’ve been damned, and drink the big guy under the table.
Party as two best friends:
Control Milo and Lola with an intelligent conversation system that changes the story and your relationships based on every decision. Uncover their personality quirks and foggy history during the wild events of the night
Drink for your lives:
Hell bars offer a variety of libations, each with different Liquid Courage effects to imbue Milo and Lola with specialized dialogue options and abilities
The underworld’s pubs are packed with drunken games to pass the time. Beer pong, dance-offs, karaoke and chugging competitions all mesh with the dynamic dialogue system for a seamless narrative bender
Change Hell forever:
Players’ actions won’t only affect Milo and Lola, but also the people and places of Hell. Finishing a quest on one island might result in the total destruction of another
Flirt with Satan:
Explore an interconnected network of underworld islands via the River Styx
An original soundtrack by scntfc (OXENFREE, Sword & Sworcery)
Founded in 2014 by cousins Sean Krankel and Adam Hines, Night School is an independent studio focused on the intersection of story and interactivity. The team of Telltale and Disney veterans are applying their extensive entertainment experience to create games filled with wonder, danger, and humor. The studio’s first game, OXENFREE, garnered critical acclaim and won an Independent Games Festival Award for Excellent in Visual Art and was nominated for a D.I.C.E award for Outstanding Achievement in Story, and a SXSW Game Award for Excellence in Narrative.
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