If you’re in need of a little pick me up, look no further than Coffee Talk, specifically in the form of the Coffee Talk Collector's Edition coming to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
It was announced via Twitter that the endearing pixelated title - which was released at the beginning of the year - will be releasing a new collector’s version, including the game itself as well as the following:
- Coffee Talk (PS4)
- Hardcover CE Box with magnetic lock
- Original Soundtrack with 2 CD's
- Hardcover Artbook 'Coffeine Compendium'
- Large Poster
- 6 Character Art
For those who need to know, the approximate size of the Coffee Talk Collector's Edition box will be 22cm x 16cm x 6.5cm.
The edition is available now for pre-order, with units expected to ship sometime around August or September of this year.
If you’ve been on the fence about whether or not to pick up Coffee Talk, you should know that it comes highly recommended by TheGamer. In fact, while I already own and played through the game on PC, you can bet that I’ll be picking up the physical Collector's Edition box for Nintendo Switch so I can play while on-the-go.
The narrative is engaging and thoughtful, with characters that you’ll actually care about as you help them deal with their problems while preparing a late-night drink for them using whatever ingredients you happen to have on hand.
Quite honestly, the Coffee Talk Collector's Edition is worth buying for the game and soundtrack alone - I currently have the original soundtrack on my phone, and the delightful tunes have found their way into my early morning and late-night rotations, with the jazzy, chillhop vibes perfectly composed by Andrew Jeremy.
All that said, while I could continue gushing about Coffee Talk even more than I already have, I can’t help but think that a huge opportunity was missed by not adding Coffee Talk coffee mug to the Collector's Edition. There’s still plenty of time for Strictly Limited Games to add it to the offer, so we’ll just have to cross our fingers.
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