Olympia Soiree walkthrough and guide

Now that we’ve reviewed Olympia Soiree at length, we thought we should give you a little helping hand in finding your happy ending across the title’s 6 routes if you would rather not play it completely blind — and especially if you are not intending to stumble on any of its rather dark and depressing bad endings. We’ve got you covered with our Olympia Soiree walkthrough!

The love interests listed below in our Olympia Soiree walkthrough are presented in the best route order to benefit the story progression below. Please remember that both Himuka’s and Akaza’s routes are locked until the other four available love interests have been cleared with their good endings.

Getting the bad endings is advised to achieve 100% completion, as they unlock more side-content in the Treasures section, and occasionally come with CGs to be added to the gallery. Follow our Olympia Soiree walkthrough to ensure you don’t miss anything.

As a tip to anyone preferring to go into the game blind who is on the more cautious side, be sure to pay attention to what your decision settles on in the in-game’s “dial” indicator. You can manually save the game during these moments, and if you notice your answer went onto the “moon” side of the dial, you can swiftly reload and select the other option if you would rather go about progressing through the game in this way — the “sun” side always indicates the “correct” answer.

The bad endings in our Olympia Soiree walkthrough are indicated by a slash after the correct choice and are in bold. The endings involving any further selections will be detailed after the complete path of the good ending is covered. Olympia Soiree has three endings for each love interest; one good ending, and two bad endings that range in different lengths.

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Riku

Olympia soiree walkthrough: Riku

GOOD ENDING:

I don’t think so.

You’re being too suspicious.

What if we ask Lord Hiruko?

I’m not interested.

You’re not fooling me again.

I can understand that.

I’ll see him.

Do you want to be a candidate?

I suppose so.

I’ll write a request tonight.

I need to find a husband.

I don’t agree with you…

I know what it means.

I can’t do that.

You’re wrong…

You’ve done nothing wrong. (GOOD ENDING) / I’m so sorry to hear that. (BAD ENDING 1)

Please don’t say that… (GOOD ENDING) / Do you not like Riku? (BAD ENDING 2)

I think so.

Daifuku’s troubling you again.

Kaina isn’t a bad person.

For BAD ENDING 2 also select these choices:

Really?

Do you like hamburgers?

Should we go elsewhere?

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Tokisada

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Tokisada

GOOD ENDING:

Shou are used in many ways.

Why don’t we start as friends?

You’ll do fine, Tokisada!

I want to taste you first.

Things are going very well.

I don’t see why not.

Is it odd for me to ask that?

I haven’t made a decision yet.

Forget about Lord Hiruko.

Don’t let that bother you.

Tokisada seems worried.

I do like one younger man.

He can’t be trusted.

Why are you asking me that? (GOOD ENDING) / Not really. (BAD ENDING 1)

Yes, maybe Tokisada.

Of course.

I wish I knew. / I have no idea. (BAD ENDING 2)

I just want to talk to him.

For BAD ENDING 1, select these additional choices:

I don’t know.

I’m a bit busy…

I have no idea.

You don’t have to be so mean.

For BAD ENDING 2, select this additional choice:

You don’t have to be so mean.

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Yosuga

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Yosuga

GOOD ENDING:

If only they could have lived.

I won’t get in your way.

I need some time to think.

I understand how he feels.

Nothing really important.

Please don’t say that.

Let’s pray nothing happens.

He didn’t do anything wrong.

Yes, I’ve found someone. / Not yet. (BAD ENDING 1)

Your room.

Yes, I would like some.

I want to learn more.

I don’t agree with you.

I want to deepen our love.

That sounds fun!

I’ll be sure to tell Yosuga.

You don’t like those in Yomi?

What happened just now?

I don’t think she is. / Don’t misunderstand me (BAD ENDING 2)

For BAD ENDING 1, select these additional choices:

The main hall is fine.

I should watch my weight.

That’s so horrible.

Stop and think for a moment.

I’m just gathering information.

I like reading books, too.

I plan on doing just that.

It’s none of your business.

I’m glad we’re in agreement.

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Kuroba

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Kuroba

GOOD ENDING:

… I’ll keep that in mind.

I was just about to drop it.

Teach me now, then.

You shouldn’t say that.

I wish everyone chose life.

Of course not.

I’m very sorry, but…

I’ll trust the lore a bit longer.

What about the other girls?

Are you forgetting someone?

I want to choose him.

I want to help however I can.

I am considering some else.

It’s over now.

I want to be checked here. / I’ll go to the hospital (BAD ENDING 1)

I want to save him. / I don’t want to save him. (BAD ENDING 2)

For BAD ENDING 1, select this additional choice:

I want to save him.

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Himuka

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Himuka

GOOD ENDING:

Shall we walk together?

I can’t promise that.

That doesn’t make any sense.

I feel much better now.

Let’s have some tea together.

I think about it a lot.

Please don’t tell Himuka!

Don’t you say that to him.

Or someone who looks like me.

I think you might be right.

It came from Lord Hiruko.

I think they’re beautiful, too.

Someone kind.

I don’t want that kind of love.

He’d never abuse his power.

I believe you.

Don’t treat Himuka badly.

I need some time to think.

I want you to be happy, too.

Just tell me, please. / Not in the slightest. (BAD ENDING 1)

For BAD ENDING 2, you’ll need to start again from the beginning of Himuka’s route and follow these choices:

Is something the matter?

But that would be so sad.

I apologize for my discourtesy.

I really don’t know.

Do you not want to, Himuka?

I do.

Stop teasing me!

That’s enough.

I think you’re right.

I think that’s a stretch.

So it’s only a myth?

You’re just as beautiful.

Someone healthy.

Please reconsider.

I don’t recall that at all.

Don’t worry about it.

You don’t believe me, do you?

Don’t worry about it.

I’ll do my best.

Not in the slightest.

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Akaza

Olympia Soiree walkthrough: Akaza

GOOD ENDING:

Don’t you have work to do?

Are you luring me with food?

You’re not dressed like usual.

It must be Lady Amaterasu.

I wouldn’t mind.

I don’t see you dying soon.

Maybe just a little…

Everyone wants a good one.

It’s nothing special.

I don’t want to see it.

He’s very trustworthy.

That’s a horrible thing to say.

Stop making things up. / You’ve said more than enough. (BAD ENDING 2)

For BAD ENDING 1, you’ll need to start again from Akaza’s route and pick these choices:

How insulting.

No thanks…

Of course I’m alarmed!

Are you serious?

I’m busy.

You might not next time.

Don’t expect that to happen.

You shouldn’t say that.

It’s my duty.

I know you’re strong.

Then please listen to my side.

You’re taking this too lightly.

You’ve said more than enough.


We hope our Olympia Soiree walkthrough helped you find your one true love… or see something terrible happen to them. Let us know how you got on with the game in the comments or via the Rice Digital Friday Letters Page!

Olympia Soiree is available now for Nintendo Switch in both physical and digital formats.

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