Omega Labyrinth Life and Labyrinth Life are headed to PS4 and Switch this week

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In a surprise announcement, D3 Publisher has revealed that Omega Labyrinth Life and Labyrinth Life will be headed to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch later this week on a global scale.

If you love JRPG’s, especially roguelike JRPGs, prepare for another exciting adventure that is headed your way on August 1st for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. D3 Publisher has opened up about their upcoming bundle, which will feature both Omega Labyrinth Life and Labyrinth Life.

D3 Publisher and Matrix Corporation has confirmed that the games will bring forth their natural tone of busty, lewd, and hardcore heroic roguelike experiences with them at the time of launch. The games will be available exclusively through the Nintendo eShop and PlayStation Store.

The games will – while focusing on the uh… Rather busty leading ladies – also bring on unique characters, character skills, items, monsters, story plot, dungeon layouts, exciting and yet difficult encounters, but also, a unique way of how each character handles their own sexualized content.

Due to the content within the trailer, you will need to visit the official YouTube trailer externally due to the mature content it has (sorry kids, we like to keep it a soft-R here). Due to Sony’s stance on censorship, there are a few key differences between both the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 versions of the game as listed down below:

  • Touch and Rub system from Omega Labyrinth Life has been removed from the PlayStation 4 version. This function allowed you to earn more points to make each of the girls naughtier, causing them to undress, and revealing their undergarments, while making explicit noises to coincide with the Touch Event illustrations.
  • The “Boobs Identification” system will be exclusive to the Switch version, making it so PS4 players will not need to “rub” a character’s breasts in order to identify an item.
  • “Boobs Rock Paper Scissors” has been removed from the PS4 version, making it so you can’t find “janken ticket” items, which will allow you to play boobs rock paper scissors, and keep items if you win.
  • More steam has been added to events illustrations on the PlayStation 4 version.
  • Seika Flora can’t be touched or interacted with in the PlayStation 4 version.

Both games, however, will still feature their full story elements, allowing players to take on the adventures of Hinata Akatsuki as she explores the world outside of Belles Fleurs Academy. You can read the official description down below:

The story unfolds at Belles Fleurs Academy, a spacious school with a beautiful floral garden that holds a sacred flower of legend known as “Flora,” which radiates a mysterious power that is rumored to grant an everlasting bloom effect to the rest of the flowers in the garden. Suddenly, the everlasting bloom to the flowers in the garden wither away when maiden Hinata Akatsuki transfers to the Academy. Now, Hinata along with a new cast of stunning maidens from the academy, go off on an adventure, exploring a sacred dungeon in hopes of returning the garden back to its grandeur, and to fulfill their own hopes and dreams at Belles Fleurs Academy.

Both games will bring familiar roguelike JRPG turn-based mechanics like the previous Omega Labyrinth series in which maidens can grow their chest size by accumulating the mysterious Omega Power by defeating enemies in a procedurally generated dungeon with the risk of losing all of the player’s earned stats, items, and gear upon defeat.

Stay tuned as we’ll keep you up to date about more information regarding the games is released before and after release.


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Dustin is our native console gamer, PlayStation and Nintendo reviewer who has an appetite for anything that crosses the borders from across the big pond. His interest in JRPG’s, Anime, Handheld Gaming, and Pizza is insatiable. His elitist attitude gives him direction, want, and a need for the hardest difficulties in games, which is fun to watch, and hilarity at its finest. You can find him over on Twitter or Facebook.

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