STAY for Nintendo Switch


Sep 12, 2018
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Developer: Appnormals Team
Content Rating: Mature


What would you do if a stranger’s fate rested in your fingertips? When Quinn wakes up alone in a locked room with nothing of note save for a computer hooked up to an internet chat room in which you're present, you become his single ray of hope. Your choices – and your timeliness – will single-handedly shape his escape efforts… or lead him down the path to an untimely end.

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Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
David LloydOct 04, 2018
A lot of neat ideas are presented in STAY but they just don’t feel like they were implemented in an effective way. The most interesting segments get interrupted with puzzles that mostly feel like a way of extending the play time. I also ran into a few performance issues like puzzles becoming unresponsive which required a reboot and a chapter restart.
Dom Reseigh-LincolnSep 21, 2018
STAY is a very unusual experience. Its unique approach to tracking time and using it as an influential factor on a character’s well-being makes it the kind of game you really need to try, but it’s one that comes with enough caveats that might make it less appealing to certain Switch owners. However, with some well-written dialogue, a mysterious house that keeps getting stranger and all manner of narrative paths, items, rooms and endings to unlock, there’s plenty here to warrant repeated plays. Just don’t nod off while you’re playing, or wander out of the house. Poor old Quinn...
Oliver RoderickNov 11, 2019
Stay is a slow-burner which feels uneasy throughout with its dark and seedy-feeling online chat setup. There’s some good story to unveil here, but things are too one-way to make for a great game.