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Ecchi game publisher D3 Publisher has released another new trailer for the sexy roguelike dungeon crawler Omega Labyrinth Z detailing even more information. This time, with English subtitles.

Before you could even say “boing!”, a new trailer for the breast-expanding dungeon crawler RPG Omega Labyrinth Z has surfaced just after one was published just last week. This time, however, the trailer has been released in two forms: with and without English subtitles. This is a first for D3 Publisher and the Omega Labyrinth franchise, possibly forecasting the announcement of an English version of the game.

The trailer has Rio Akanezaki and Aina Akemiya, two of the main heroines of Omega Labyrinth Z, introduce the game’s premise of hunting for the Holy Grail, said to grant any wish to the one that finds it, as well as introducing other girls appearing in the story, presenting short segments of gameplay, and multiple touch features the game touts proudly.

You can watch the 7 minute-long trailer on D3 Publisher’s official YouTube just down below.

As was mentioned before, Omega Labyrinth Z is scheduled to be released on July 6th in Japan for the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4. There is still no word of a Western release planned for the title; however, the appearance of official English subtitles may hint at D3 Publisher’s willingness to do so in the near future. Even if the publisher just wants to measure Western gamer interest in the title, it’s highly comforting to know that Japanese ecchi game developers are watching and willing to share oppai opulence with the rest of the world.

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