Otome visual novel collection Brothers Conflict: Precious Baby coming to Switch on August 29 in Japan

Previously released for PS Vita in April 2016.

Brothers Conflict: Precious Baby

Otome visual novel collection Brothers Conflict: Precious Baby is coming to Switch on August 29 in Japan, Idea Factory announced. It will cost 6,800 yen for the standard edition and 8,800 yen for the limited edition. First-print copies will include a booklet, and the limited edition will include a booklet and two clear bookmarks.

Brothers Conflict: Precious Baby includes both the May 2012-released Brothers Conflict: Passion Pink and September 2013-released Brothers Conflict: Brilliant Blue, which were originally released for PSP. The collection was first released for PS Vita in April 2016.

Here is an overview of the game’s story, via the PS Vita version’s official website:

After her father remarried, the protagonist adopts the new surname “Asahina” and moves into an apartment complex with her new band of brothers. However, the protagonist coming into what was once a men-only household causes some discord in the previously peaceful home.

The brothers, who eventually develop feelings for the protagonist, become rivals…

This is the start of a taboo brothers love story that occurs under the same roof. How will it turn out in the end…?

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