Not Tonight: Take Back Control Edition launches on Nintendo Switch on January 31

Not Tonight: Take Back Control Edition, the politically-charged satirical game set in a post-Brexit version of Britain, will launch on Nintendo Switch on January 31 for $24.99 — just in time for Brexit!

Developed by PanicBarn and published by No More Robots, this anti-Brexit management sim takes place in a dystopian Britain, where Brexit talks have collapsed and an extreme far-right government has taken power.

Citizens of European heritage have been rounded up and exiled. Forced out of your previous life, you find yourself in the midst of a frantic gig economy, manning the doors of pubs, clubs, festivals and parties, and fighting to scrape by and return to the city you call home.

Not Tonight is a post-Brexit management game, fusing a time-pressure RPG with a tale of dark humour where every decision matters. Will you join the resistance and fight the regime — or keep your head down and hope that one day this will all be a distant memory?

Not Tonight asks players to stand in the freezing British weather, and meticulously check IDs, manage guestlists, and stop revellers from becoming unruly.

Work hard, and your payslips will come in useful for upgrading your apartment, clothing and equipment, allowing you to prepare for anything the future of Brexit might throw at you. What lengths will you go to in order to survive in a Britain on the verge of collapse?

Not Tonight: Take Back Control Edition is a special version of the game for Nintendo Switch, that brings together the original Not Tonight, with the new One Love DLC, contining the story through one extra chapter and featuring new gameplay elements and locations.

Not Tonight will launch on Nintendo Switch on January 31, the day that the United Kingdom leaves the EU, and Brexit officially begins.

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