Xbox Game Pass Adds New Day One Game with 'Strong' Reviews Today

The latest addition to Xbox Game Pass is Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus Butterfly, a self-proclaimed “brew coffee and talk heart-to-heart simulator.” In the game, the player – as a barista – talks to customers (human or otherwise) and influences their decision about a hot drink, all while creating a wonderful Lofi atmosphere. Beyond that, Xbox Game Pass adds an Xbox One version of Medieval Dynasty, as the service already offers PC and Xbox Series X/S versions.

For Coffee Talk Episode 2, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can look forward to mixing ingredients and discovering new drinks, experimenting and discovering secret recipes to better connect with customers. They’ll also create latte art, learn about Seattle’s urban fantasy scene, and meet characters like elf freelance designer, succubus bisdev exec, and orc game developer (unlikely at Orcs Must Die!).

While opinions are clearly mixed, it’s worth noting that the first Coffee Talk’s review on comprehensive site OpenCritic is “fair,” with a top critic average score of 74 and 65% of reviewers recommending it overall. The sequel received “Strong” reviews on OpenCritic, with a top review average rating of 83, and 75% of critics recommending it. It goes to show how much the sequel has improved over the original, but of course, Coffee Talk Episode 2 does have rather niche appeal.

coffee  talk  episode  2 Aqua  Listening For Xbox One users, they can now view Medieval Dynasties. It combines Survival, Simulation, RPG and Strategy elements and tells the story of a man trying to build his dynasty in the Middle Ages. The release of both games on Xbox Game Pass means fans will be able to get them for free, and fortunately, those who prefer the other titles won’t have to wait long.

List of Xbox Game Pass updates from April 20 to April 30

Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus Butterfly (Cloud, Console and PC – April 20) Medieval Dynasty (Xbox One – April 20) Homestead Arcana (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X/S – April 21) Cassette Beasts (PC – April 26) BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Special Edition (Cloud, Console and PC – April 27) Benedict Fox’s Last Case (Console and PC – April 27) Of course, 2023 May’s Xbox Game Pass games aren’t far off either. Perhaps the biggest release of the month, however, is Redfall. As Bethesda’s first-party vampire-hunting game, expectations are certainly high — especially with the new title launching in May.

Xbox Game Pass subscribers get some games every month.

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