All Chest Sizes Matter

D3 Publisher has posted a new, short trailer video showcasing the item identification gameplay of their ecchi, breast-expanding dungeon crawler, Omega Labyrinth Z.

D3 Publisher has revealed another short trailer for the upcoming dungeon crawler RPG Omega Labyrinth Z, in which a bunch of schoolgirls ventures on the quest to seek out the legendary Holy Grail that is said to grant any wish. Most of the girls will use it to enhance, or in some rare cases, reduce their busts to a size they would be satisfied with.

The new gameplay trailer focuses entirely on item identification done by placing a select piece of unidentified equipment between the mammaries of your characters and rubbing it furiously until it grows bigger. Even though they are small and their breasts are even smaller, the two fairies Pai and Chichi also join in on the action to help you discover what kind of equipment you looted.

Be sure to watch the trailer just below this paragraph on the official D3 Publisher channel.

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 on a Western release planned for the title; however, an English subtitled gameplay trailer has recently appeared on the publisher’s official YouTube channel, which may indicate some plans for the game to leave the shores of Japan.

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