H2 Interactive announced that both the D3 Publisher developed dungeon crawling RPG, Omega Labyrinth Life on Nintendo Switch and Labyrinth Life on PlayStation 4, will receive a physical release in Asia on August 1.
Omega Labyrinth Life on Switch will have players journey through multiple dungeons fighting enemies and collecting new weapons. The game design sticks closely to what turn-based dungeon crawler fans will easily recognize. However, this game revolves mostly around the fact that these girls are searching for an item that could potentially make the girl’s chests grow. Furthermore, items that need appraising will require players to rub them on the girl’s chest in order to get the item. There are also some touching mechanics here and there, but the story is told in a comedic tone and the RPG elements in the game are fairly solid, coming from someone who has played the previous titles in the series.
However, Labyrinth Life on PS4 will be the family-friendly version of the game where players can experience the RPG mechanics without the lewdness to consume their mind.
Online retailer, Play Asia will be supporting the release with a physical limited edition for both versions as well as a stand-alone release. The limited edition includes a mouse pad, reversible art cover, metal case, and various DLC items along with not yet announce items.
You can check out the game’s Switch trailer below:
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