Natsu-Mon 20th Century Vacation Releases July 28 for Switch in Japan

    Naohito Fujiki plays the narrator.

    Spike Chunsoft, Toybox, and Millenium Kitchen announced Natsu-Mon 20th Century Vacation for Nintendo Switch launches on July 28 in Japan. The new Nintendo Switch adventure title will be available for 6,578 yen. 

    Alongside the release date announcement for Natsu-Mon 20th Century Vacation, Spike Chunsoft published a new debut trailer featuring the opening theme song “Funny Bunny” by Youko Honna. The theme song was written and composed by Sawao Yamanaka from the pillows, a Japanese alternative rock band. The latest trailer is embedded below for viewing.

    Further, Spike Chunsoft announced that actor Naohito Fujiki plays the role of narrator for the 10-year old protagonist in Natsu-Mon 20th Century Vacation. As the protagonist’s narrator, he will reminisce about his childhood summer vacation as players progress through the game.

    Here’s a summary of the game’s story, via Gematsu:

    About Natsu-Mon! 20th Century Vacation

    A circus troupe comes to the the countryside. The protagonist is the ringmaster’s only son. Enjoy a special summer vacation filled with nostalgic spectacles like thunderous clouds, evening sunsets, and the sounds of cicadas. After eating breakfast with everyone, do radio calisthenics in front of the shrine. Then, go fish in the ocean or river, catch rare insects in the hills and fields, and record everything in your picture diary.

    During your vacation, you can help out the circus, or enjoy the summer festival to your heart’s content. Enjoy fireworks and Bon Festival dances at night, or take the train over to the next town over. As you experience various things, the more you will be able to do. Whether you climb to the top of the mountain, swim in the ocean, or stroll around downtown, you will be able to make plenty of summer memories.

    Lastly, Natsu-Mon 20th Century Vacation launches on July 28 for Nintendo Switch in Japan, and a worldwide release was not confirmed.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email: [email protected]

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