Passion Pink ｷﾀ━━(ﾟ∀ﾟ)━━!! I actually completed the game last week, but I didn’t have time to write any reviews. Some of the events are similar to the ones in the novels, so if you want to read more details, I recommend checking out the novels too. Also this post is a mini guide.
Hinata Ema is the only daughter of a famous adventurer, Hinata Rintarou. One day, Ema learns that Rintarou is going to remarry with a successful apparel maker named Asahina Miwa. Since she doesn’t want to disturb them, Ema decides to move out and live with her 11 new brothers in a mansion called Sunrise Residence. As they live under the same roof, romance is starting to grow between Ema and the Asahina brothers. The characters available in Passion Pink are Masaomi, Kaname, Hikaru, Tsubaki, Subaru, Yusuke and Fuuto.
Since some of you have been asking if I used any guides, the answer is no. I finished Passion Pink four days after its release, and the guides available back then were mostly incomplete. If you’re looking for a guide with answers to dates / events, this wiki is the best since it informs you when and how the events happen. It also has information on what each brother love for presents, DVD preferences and everything else you need to know. (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
Now some tips from me:
- Weekly Schedule
You’re free to set your schedule each week, but it’s best to stay loyal to your guy. Try to avoid two-timing unless you want to see the conflicts and / or trying to see a certain event which requires full hearts from Yusuke and Fuuto. The reason is because the game has a priority list, and if you’re two-timing, you might get another guy’s event instead of the one you’re after. Note that you won’t be able to see their love endings if you miss an important event, but you should be fine as long as you stay loyal.
- Family Love
If you’re not aiming for the main family ending, do NOT raise the family love too high. Some events, mainly Kaname’s and Fuuto’s, won’t occur if you have too much family love, so try not to raise the family love unless it’s really necessary. On the contrary, Tsubaki has some events that require high family love. Tsubaki also has an ending with Azusa which actually needs a lot of family love, so it’s okay to raise or even max out the parameter in Tsubaki’s route. It will make things so much easier when you’re aiming for the twins’ ending.
- From my personal experience, I got the love endings with these family love values:
Masaomi: 40% – 50%. Kaname: 10%. Hikaru: 60% (required). Tsubaki: 80% – MAX.
Subaru: 20%. Yusuke: 50% – 60%. Fuuto: 10%.
10% was what I got by completely ignoring the family during the whole game, though I still give birthday presents for everyone.
- Hikaru (available from 2nd run)
Hikaru’s first event takes place on October 29, and it requires 60% family love. Make sure it’s not too high, and also make sure no one else falls in love with you. In order to increase family love without raising anyone’s affection, use the “雑談 / chat” option. Once it reached 60%, just spend the rest of your time working part time or gaming. Avoid raising anyone’s affection to make sure no one will override Hikaru’s events.
- Kaname & Fuuto
If you’re having problems triggering Kaname’s or Fuuto’s event, just stalk them all the time. Ignore family activities, ignore all the other guys. Just stick to them and be faithful. You’ll get their events with no problems that way.
- Sleepover & Wishing System
For sleepovers, you can get the total of three CGs per guy. In order to obtain all three, you need to max out his heart during the “おねだり / wishing” system. This only works when he’s in a good mood, as you can only get three hearts when he’s in a bad mood. If you got to five hearts, at night he will wake up and give you a choice. Always pick the top one in order to sleep closer to him.
- CG Album & Memory
If you got all the events and all the CGs, but there’s still one hole in your CG album — don’t panic. Check out the “memory” section, and scroll to the bottom. If you’ve unlocked everything else, an extra epilogue should be unlocked there. You’ll get the last CG from the epilogue. If you don’t see anything, it means you missed some events or CGs. On the very bottom of the family / others “memory” section, you’ll find a bonus scene which can only be unlocked by getting all the CGs in the game. Including the ones for Brilliant Blue characters.
You can’t save during choices, and there’s no rewind option either. It sucks, I know, but we have to deal with it. The game does have a Quick Save feature, so if you’re not reading the wiki for answers, spam it during dates and events.
Conflicts only occur when you have two or more guys in love with you. When you go on dates / sleep in another guy’s room, the one with the highest affection will come to express their dislike. That’s it though, there will be no change in affections or anything. Feel free to trigger these conflicts when you’re aiming for the main family ending or collecting events.
- Route Chart
Check the “route” section for your progress. If it’s too hard to understand, just look at the main route on the very top of the chart, then compare the position of the character event slots to that. It should give you an idea when an event should occur. If the main route slot already passed the event slot, it means you missed the event. It might sound difficult to understand, but it’s much easier when you see the route by yourself.
- Date Invitations
The guys might reject your date invitations at first, but don’t give up and be persistent. Ask them to go out every week, bribe them with presents if possible. Once they have one heart, they will never ever refuse your date invitation anymore. You can go on dates with Brilliant Blue’s characters too, but they only have short general endings.
- Hole in the Memory
Responses for Valentine’s Day and White Day events depend on the guys’ affection. Since there are no affection bar in the “extra” section, you can’t replay the full conversation. The same goes for any other events which have branches depending on affection. In short, the “memory” system sucks. If you really love a scene and want to replay it later, save it on a separate slot just in case. Kaname’s beach scene is a good example of this. If you replay it from “memory”, you won’t see the CG — the most important part of the scene.
That’s it. If you have any questions, just leave a comment and I’ll try to help. ヽ(。・∀・。)ﾉ☆