Oppai dungeon crawler Omega Labyrinth Life has received release dates for Switch and PS4, with Sony’s console receiving a separate, prude version.
D3 Publisher and Matrix Software have announced that Omega Labyrinth Life will launch on Switch and PlayStation 4 on August 1, 2019 in Japan. However, the PS4 version of the game will be titled simply Labyrinth Life and feature censorship.
The majority of the changes in the PS4 version are centered around the removal of “touch” features. In multiple instances they’re skipped over, whilst otherwise the interactive CGs become static images. Other instances include removing illustration types or adding more fog to scenes where appropriate. The game’s signature breast growth feature is expected to be identical in both version of the game.
Omega Labyrinth Life is the third game in a series of dungeon crawler JRPGs about girls trying to get their wishes granted by conquering a magical dungeon. In the games, slaying monsters within the dungeons allows girls to gather magical power, which temporarily increases the heroine’s breast size, but is expelled by certain special abilities.
We’re likely to find out more about the game soon, as it's going to be featured in the upcoming issue of Weekly Famitsu. The magazine will reveal two new characters: Mei Kurosaki and Juri Minase, who will be voiced by Shiori Izawa and Nozomi Yamamoto respectively. We’re also going to learn about the “Double Oppai” and “Faint in Agony Flowering” game mechanics, among other things. The feature has been teased with preview images:
The series has run into problems with censorship on Sony’s end before, with the second game being refused publishing in the West due to the allegedly implicit nature of its lewd content. This incident happened before Sony’s latest standards for sexual depiction in games were publicly announced.
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