Metascore
73

Mixed or average reviews - based on 6 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Feb 11, 2020
    90
    With several different endings and a plethora of items to interact with, One Night Stand is a nice surprise. The 12 possible endings are different enough to give a sense of accomplishment, and although the game could be longer, it is one of the best Visual Novels I've ever played, from the script to music, from the art to the attention to details.
  2. Oct 28, 2019
    80
    One Night Stand is a game with a message, that gets it across concisely without compromising on how much you’ll enjoy following the story.
  3. 80
    Those who don’t enjoy more narrative driven games likely won’t find much enjoyment in One Night Stand, but those who do should find it to be a wonderfully awkward and sweet experience.
  4. Oct 7, 2019
    70
    One Night Stand is a very unique experience that will likely feel quite close to home for some folks. It’s a very honest, almost heartwarming glimpse into the lives of two complete strangers brought together by a heavy night of drinking. The presentation may be a bit lacking overall, and some may be put off by the short length of the game, despite its many endings, but if you’re after a visual novel that’s a bit different from the norm, then this is it.
  5. Feb 20, 2020
    60
    One Night Stand on the Nintendo Switch consists of a visual novel based on a story of...well, a one night stand. The player will have to navigate with what happens after waking up in a stranger's bed following an alcohol-filled night and the dialogues will help to rebuild the events, leading up to twelve different endings. Unfortunately and for a visual novel, the visual field is rather poor on One Night Stand while the audio component is nearly non-existent but for a short and engaging plot with many different endings, it's a competent experience.
  6. Oct 21, 2019
    50
    One Night Stand is too short to offer a satisfying visual novel. The emphasis here is on making different decisions to get all twelve endings, but subsequent playthroughs are shorter and nowhere near as interesting as the first.

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