Back in May it was revealed that Omega Labyrinth Life roguelike RPG be getting a split release. Now D3Publisher has announced plans to release the Matrix Corporation-developed entries globally, with digital-only release dates set for both platforms on August 1. Read on for more.
D3 Publisher and Matrix Software's Omega Labyrinth Life has an interesting release ahead of it. You can see how the Switch version opens in the slightly NSFW video after the jump.
In what may be the most striking example yet of the difference between content on PS4 and other systems, D3 Publisher has officially revealed details for Omega Labyrinth Life. Read on to find out what separates the PS4 and Switch versions.
I get that the Omega in the title looks like boobs, but why not just call the series Oppai Labyrinth? It seems like it would cut to the chase that much quicker. D3 Publisher's series continues its cheeky streak with the launch of a countdown teaser site for developer Matrix's new roguelike RPG, Omega Labyrinth Life. Read on for more.
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.
You might recall Omega Labyrinth, the Matrix Software-developed roguelike dungeon-crawler that originally launched on PS Vita in Japan back in 2015. It never made its way to the west, but an upgraded followup was revealed in this week's issue of Famitsu magazine. Read on for more.
Omega Labyrinth is bringing its unique style of dungeon-crawling to PS Vita in Japan, kicking off a quest that has lead character Aina Akemiya seeking out a bigger chest. Naturally that means there are plenty of cheeky gameplay elements, including one that has you appraising and revealing discovered items by placing them between your character's breasts and shaking them. See that and more after the jump.
D3 Publisher shared a couple new videos for Omega Labyrinth, which is coming to PS Vita in Japan on November 19. See the roguelike RPG's opening movie after the jump, followed by a preview of its gameplay, from battles to item appraisal, and even dungeon-crawlin' panty collecting.