Osomatsu-san: The Game revealed for PS Vita

The Idea Factory-made Osomatsu-san game.

Osomatsu-san: The Game

Back in January, Idea Factory and Otomate announced the development of an otome game based on the Osomatsu-san anime. Today, Amazon Japan listings reveal it is a PS Vita game tentatively called Osomatsu-san: The Game.

The standard version costs 6,804 yen. There are also 13,284 yen “Special Pack” versions of the game themed after each brother (Osomatsu, Karamatsu, Choromatsu, Ichimatsu, Jyushimatsau, and Todomatsu), like the “Osomatsu Special Pack” or “Ichimatsu Special Pack.” Each pack includes the same bonuses, but with designs illustrated by the brother whose name is on the package.

Here’s what’s included:

  • Two original drawn B3-size cloth posters, three original illustration booklets, and an original drawn special box (with designs illustrated by the brother whose name is on the package)
  • Set of four acrylic key chains (with designs illustrated by the brother whose name is on the package)
  • Set of four connecting tin key chains (with designs illustrated by the brother whose name is on the package)
  • Original mini tote bag (in the image color of the brother whose name is on the package)

Pre-orders for all versions of the game include a drama CD.

A release date has not been announced.

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