Entergram will release Giga and Dai-developed romance visual novel Parfait Remake for PlayStation 4 and Switch on November 25 in Japan for 7,678 yen, listings at retailers such as Rakuten Books reveal.
A limited edition will also be available for 9,878 yen, which includes a Neko Nyan-illustrated Rea Katori “Welcome Home… Master” B2-size tapestry, “Making of Parfait Remake CS” visual booklet, and Lycee Overture PR card.
Parfait Remake first launched for PC in March 2021 in Japan.
Here is an overview of the game’s story, via VNDB:
Six months ago, Takamura Hitoshi watched Famille, the cafe his deceased brother established, go up in smoke. The employees and the memories they shared might have survived, but without a building there can be no cafe; Hitoshi and company are left with no choice but to abandon Famille.
But as luck—or perhaps fate—would have it, Hitoshi gets a second chance when he receives a phone call from a new mall asking him to open a branch of Famille inside their building. Hitoshi can’t refuse the offer to carry on his brother’s will, and after a few twists and turns a new Famille is born with Hitoshi as the manager.
Of course, life never quite goes that smoothly. Things are a mess both in the kitchen and on the floor because two key staff members refused to return. Hitoshi himself had to take a break from college in order to make opening the new cafe a reality. But perhaps the biggest problem of all is staring Famille right in the face – Curio, the popular cafe that Famille was “inspired” by in the first place, happened to open a branch in the same shopping center directly across from Famille…
And thus the new Famille’s battle for survival begins.