Last Day of June trailer looks like a weird, sad tale from the creator of Murasaki Baby

PlayStation fans - particularly those who currently own or once owned a Vita - pay attention: the creator of Murasaki Baby is back with a new game that looks just as unique as its predecessor. Meet Last Day of June, a narrative-driven game about a couple and their time together. It looks beautiful and weird and uplifting and bittersweet all at once. Take a look:

A press release for the game says that, as Carl, you'll need to discover the sequence of events and influence history (hence the time-travel vibe you might've gotten from the trailer) in order to save June's life.

"With Last Day of June, my vision is to create a riveting emotional experience that connects with the broader audience of human beings," said creator Massimo Guarini. "People feel comfortable broadly saying they don’t like video games without ever really trying them, but never say that about movies or music or art – there’s always something they can identify with. I believe games can be just as universal and relatable, and that’s what we’re attempting to show with this project."

Last Day of June will come to PS4 and PC later this year.

Sam Prell

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