Talk the Talk in Speaking Simulator, Arriving January 2020

Published: January 10, 2020 9:30 AM /


Speaking Simulator talking

Hello, dear readers. It is me, a human. I am very good at speaking, despite all of the strange problems my face is having. You can see how good I speak in Speaking Simulator, a game that is arriving later in January 2020.

But for real, Speaking SImulator is a pretty weird game. Check out the game's release date trailer to get an idea of what it's all about:

In Speaking Simulator, you take on the role of a robot that is trying to infiltrade the human race. Unfortunately, speaking is not so easy when you have a head full of gears and servos, so you can expect a lot of hilariously bad attempts at saying the simplest of words.

Players will have to work their way through ten different social scenarios including:

  • job interviews
  • eulogies
  • doctor exams
  • romantic conversations

Unfortunately, the software powering your android is a bit... dodgy. Make a mistake, and you'll have to blow off steam with a strange facial expression. Mess up too many times, and you'll quite literally fall to pieces, failing the level and probably traumatizing the person you were talking with.

Aside from the gameplay, you'll also be able to upgrade your definitely real human with better facial expressions and other improvements. And if that wasn't enough, you're also able to add a custom touch with various different hair colors and other touches.

Speaking Simulator malfunction

When is the Speaking Simulator Release Date?

So, when will you be able to get your hands on Speaking Simulator? Well, you won't have to wait too long to play it — it arrives later this month.

You can pick up Speaking Simulator for the PC and Nintendo Switch on January 30, 2020. No price has been announced. In the meantime, you can add it to your wishlist on Steam.

What do you think of Speaking Simulator? Do you think you could take over the world as a robot? Let us know in the comments below!

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