Sometimes you want a game that blows you off your feet and sucks you into its rich, action-packed content. Sometimes you want a game like Last Day of June.
It’s not action-packed. It’s not fast-paced. But, it’s rich in story, emotive, and clever, offering up an excellent narrative adventure that you can’t help but feel drawn into.
C’mon, jump in my car
From the first few moments in the game, when you meet June and Carl, you know that something foreboding is waiting to pull on your heart strings.
Everything is bright and happy, our two protagonists have a wonderful relationship, June has some exciting baby-related news to tell Carl, and they head off on a nice journey to the lakeside.
That’s when tragedy strikes, you get into a car accident, and wake in the dark, wheelchair-bound and without June by your side.