Toge Productions' upcoming visual novel Coffee Talk is coming out soon. The title puts the player in the shoes of a barista in an alternate version of Seattle. \n \nThe player must interact with the clients, which consists of different fantasy characters, to make them happy with the perfect cup of coffee. \n \n \n \nThe official website states: "Coffee Talk is a game about listening to people’s problems and helping them by serving up a warm drink out of the ingredients you have in stock. It is a game that depicts lives as humanly as possible, while having a cast that is more than just humans. Immerse yourself in the stories of alternative-Seattle inhabitants, ranging from a dramatic love story between an elf and a succubus, an alien trying to understand humans’ lives, and many others modern readers will find strongly echo the world around them." \n \nCoffee Talk is meant to replicate the feeling of having a warm drink on a cold, rainy night. The game has pixel art inspired by 90s media, plus a lo-fi chill hop soundtrack. \n \nThe game isn't just about drinking coffee. There are different storylines to explore with dialogue trees, plus different ways to serve coffee to clients. The player can also listen in to conversations that the patrons have while sitting at the bar. \n \nA new trailer for the game has been released before its launch later this month. The demo has been available free via Steam since last week. The Nintendo Switch free demo is now available for those who want to test the game before buying the full version upon release. \n \nCoffee Talk appears to be the ideal title for someone who wants to sit back and relax with a game while so many action-based games are being released at the start of 2020. \n \nThe developer has emphasized he "relaxation" gameplay of the game. It's unknown what kind of fail states there are. They may include giving someone the wrong order or choosing the wrong option during a conversation. \n \nNo matter what dialogue and coffee choices the player chooses, the game appears to have many ways to interact with the variety of fantasy-inspired patrons. \n \nCoffee Talk will be released on multiple platforms, including PC via Steam, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 29, 2020.