Aviary Attorney NIntendo Switch Release Date Set for Early 2020

Published: December 19, 2019 3:00 PM /


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Are you a fan of birds? What about courtroom dramas? Well, there's good news, then — the Aviary Attorney Nintendo Switch release date has been announced for early 2020!

It is the year 1848. Paris. A revolution is nigh, and the streets are packed with the innocent and guilty alike. You are Monsieur Jayjay Falcon, a lawyer of questionable expertise that nonetheless possesses a good heart. Join him and his apprenteice Sparrowson as do your lawyer thing, signing on clients and investigating crimes to prove their innocence.

Also, you are a bird.

Basically, this game is very similar to the Ace Attorney franchise with the added bonus that everyone are animals. The various characters are drawn in the style of old-timey caricatures, making for a perfect aesthetic choice considering that it's set in the late 19th century. Players will be able to enjoy four robust chapters of intrigue and deception as they try to figure out the truth and prove it in court.

Now, developer Sketchy Logic has announced the Aviary Attorney Nintendo Switch release date — and you'll be able to get it in a little more than a month.

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When is the Aviary Attorney Nintendo Switch release date?

If this game sounds like your kind of jam, you won't have to wait too long to get it: the Aviary Attorney Nintendo Switch release date is January 30, 2020.

A price was not announced in the tweet revealing the Nintendo Switch version, but the information was made available elsewhere. While the PC and Mac version are retailing for $14.99, the Nintendo Switch version is going to cost $19.99.

You'll be able to get Aviary Attorney on Nintendo Switch on January 30, 2020. In the meantime, you can pick the game up on Steam for $14.99 or your regional equivalent.

Will you be picking up Aviary Attorney when it launches on the NIntendo Switch? What do you think of the game's aesthetic? Let us know in the comments below!

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