PC - Windows
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About this game
Developer: Toge Productions
Content Rating: Teen
Coffee Talk is a coffee brewing and heart-to-heart talking simulator about listening to fantasy-inspired modern peoples’ problems, and helping them by serving up a warm drink or two.
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- OS: Windows XP SP2
- Processor: 2.4 GHz or faster processor
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 512 MB display memory
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 600 MB available space
- Sound Card: Stereo
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While making the actual coffee in Coffee Talk is okay at best, I came to love the world it was in. The characters are interesting and the stories that unfold in front of you are well worth paying attention to. Coffee Talk is such a sweet and wholesome game, capturing the coffee shop aesthetic so well. I almost wished it was a real place that I could escape to while I was writing this review. With a cinnamon hot chocolate to boot.
Coffee Talk is the kind of game I would never have thought to ask for, but it is exactly what I needed to take a break from my normal video game fare. There's nothing to kill or beat up here, just pleasant conversations in a humble coffee shop, and plenty of drinks to go around. There aren't any skill challenges per se, but there is a bit of a challenge in figuring out how to make the various drinks that are asked for.
Coffee Talk is very much a mismatched brew. Without strong focus, the surface-level approach to a catalogue of important issues hampers the writing, the principal element of all visual novels. But while its casual philosophies can sometimes be hard to swallow, great visuals, fun side modes, and a budget price point suggests that, for some readers, Coffee Talk will still go down smooth.