we should talk xbox

Sometimes it’s not what you say, but how you say it – and that’s certainly the case with the launch of We Should Talk on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Available right now to purchase and download on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC, We Should Talk brings a unique gameplay experience, one in which you – as the player – have to work words to your advantage in order to respond to those found in-game. It will only be by your choice of words, and the expressive nature you provide, will you see a variety of relationships with multiple characters exist.

Priced at just £5.79, We Should Talk isn’t going to be something to break the bank, but it will allow you to involve yourself in a unique game that tries something a little different to the norm. Whether it manages to have what it takes to challenge the likes of Coffee Talk in the narrative stakes, is up for debate, but our upcoming full review of the game on Xbox One should well cover the bases required. Keep an eye out for it.

Edit: Our full review of We should talk on Xbox One is live.

The usual digital store will sort you out with a download of We Should Talk on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. Our preference is to hit up the Xbox Store, but how you go about grabbing a copy of this intriguing title is up to you. Let us know if you decide to pick it up – the comments section is down below.

Game Description:

Using a unique narrative choice mechanic, players craft sentences in response to the in-game characters in We should talk. Through this careful choice of words, players express themselves as they discuss ongoing problems about life and romance with their in-game partner over text messages, while also chatting with friends and strangers at their favorite local bar about what’s on their mind. The combination of words they choose impacts the conversations they have, how genuinely they can connect with their partner, and whether their relationship can survive the night.

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