Gamers and coffee fans can rejoice, as Serenity Forge and Numskull Games have just served up a freshly brewed gaming experience with the release of the Coffee Talk Double Pack Edition in Europe.
What’s brewing in this bundle? The Coffee Talk Double Pack Edition combines the narrative-driven gem, Coffee Talk, with its sequel, Coffee Talk: Episode 2 – Hibiscus & Butterfly. It’s a noteworthy debut for Coffee Talk: Episode 2 in a physical format, allowing gamers to serve coffee in an enchanting, alternative Seattle universe where humans, orcs, elves and other races have been coexisting since the beginning of time.
The physical edition of the Coffee Talk Double Pack includes both games and comes with a digital soundtrack download code. So, you can enjoy the game’s soul-soothing tunes even when you step out of the virtual coffee shop.
A Tale in Every Sip…
In both Coffee Talk games, you step into a cosy Seattle coffee shop, where you take on the role of the barista. Your mission: lend an open ear to the café’s diverse clientele, each with their own unique stories and troubles. Coffee Talk‘s magic lies in it blending the art of coffee brewing with emotionally rich storytelling.
You’ll experiment with a plethora of ingredients, from tea and ginger to mint, chocolate, and coffee. In doing so, you’ll discover secret recipes and change your customers’ lives one cup at a time with drinks crafted to warm their hearts, all whilst listening to soothing lo-fi beats.
Coffee Talk: Double Pack Edition can be ordered from select retailers retailers across or directly from Numskull Games. The physical double pack is available now for the Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation players won’t have to wait too long either, with the PlayStation editions set to hit the scene in early December.
Words by Kieran Webb
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