It looks like all European and North American release plans for Omega Labyrinth Z have been effectively scrapped. Publisher PQube announced the title's cancelation in a brief statement, citing the need to "comply with the wishes of the platform holder." Read on for more.
Those looking forward to picking up Omega Labyrinth Z in the United Kingdom will have to find another anime-style RPG to play this spring. The Video Standards Council Rating Board announced that the game will be refused a rating, which effectively means it's banned since it can't be sold legally in the UK. Read on for more.
Publisher PQube announced plans to bring cheeky RPG Omega Labyrinth Z to the west earlier today. The "boob-based dungeon crawling" is coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in North America and Europe in spring 2018, and you can see the announcement trailer after the jump.
Omega Labyrinth Z is up to its usual tricks in the latest trailer, only this one comes with a welcome twist. Thanks to the fact that it's "Pailingual"—I'm not gonna let that beautiful pun slide—we can check out the preview with English subtitles and translated signage.
Technically, if you go by the official description, the new preview for Omega Labyrinth Z takes us on a "chest-expanding adventure," which should come as no surprise. Check out the latest footage of the cheeky dungeon-crawler after the jump.
Let's be honest with ourselves: There's no reason to expect subtlety from a game series that managed to work boobs into its very logo. D3Publisher shared the opening movie for Omega Labyrinth Z, and the phrase "bustin' out" has never been more appropriate. Watch the heroines as they introduce themselves as shamelessly as possible in the video after the jump.
Omega Labyrinth Z is looking as shameless as ever in D3 Publisher's latest promo, which starts out with some busty character introductions before moving on to gameplay systems. In what might be a record for the word "oppai" in a game trailer, you'll be able to check out a little bit of action, followed by the more notorious screen-rubbing portions of the game. Read on for more.