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Omega Labyrinth Life and Labyrinth Life bring Matrix Corporation's dungeon crawler franchise west on Switch and PS4

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You'll get approximately the same game on either platform, except the Switch version has more boobs.

D3 Publisher today released Omega Labyrinth Life and Labyrinth Life on Nintendo Switch and PS4, respectively. The games are available digitally and are priced at $59.99 USD and $49.99 USD, depending on your platform of choice... which may be determined in part by how risque you like your dungeon crawling and supplementary material.

According to a press release the games' publisher released earlier today to mark the event, the games "aim to deliver a lewd, busty, and hardcore roguelike experience utilizing turn-based tactics and growing powers that are bestowed within each maiden's breasts."

Gameplay and plot focus on the adventures of several maidens attending school at Belles Fleurs Academy, where the eternally blooming flowers that are a local highlight suddenly have begun to wither. To get to the root of the problem, the maidens must venture into a sacred dungeon, where they will encounter dangerous monsters they can best defeat by enhancing their boobs with mysterious Omega Power.

Key features noted in the press release include:

  • Tactical turn-based combat: Control and execute strategies between the maidens against various enemies in 2D dungeons

  • Procedurally generated dungeons: Dungeon layouts and enemy placement are always randomized every playthrough, bursting with loot and challenges

  • Maidenís dream: Collect Omega Power by defeating enemies to grow maidenís breasts up to Z-Cup

  • Breast Burst Mode: Activate to double a maidenís stats for a short period of time for tight situations against formidable enemies or enemy hordes

  • Skill★Bloom System: Unlock new skills, stats, and more with nectars found in the dungeon and academy that will reveal unique illustrations from each maiden

  • Size up System: Squeeze and rub discovered item drops in dungeons between maidenís breasts to reveal their potential to a maidenís journey

  • New Double Breast System: Change between maidens during a dungeon-crawl to utilize various skills and gain a tactical advantage to maneuver around enemies and obstacles

  • Take a break in Slow Life: Enjoy life outside of fighting and dungeon crawling back at Belles Fleurs Academy by exploring the Garden Academy, chatting with other maidens, and managing the gardenís beautiful upkeep for collecting powerups and more
Two previous installments in the series, Omega Labyrinth (Vita) and Omega Labyrinth Z (PS4, Vita) were developed and released in Japan. The latter was due to head west, courtesy of PQube, but that release was scuttled at the last minute when its publisher was unwilling to cut content that Sony wanted to see removed in those regions.

Regarding content cuts for this newest title, the press release describes the differences as follows: "Omega Labyrinth Life and Labyrinth Life feature similar characters, character skills, items, monsters, story plot, dungeon layouts and difficulty settings, but each differ by how they display their sexual content."

You can view an official, detailed list of differences in an official PDF file. The biggest differences seem to relate to what players can touch and interact with in the Skill Bloom, Size Up and Tit-For-Tat systems, as well as what they will see in-game as a result. The PTA mode (which apparently stands for Pat Tits Action) is not included in the PS4 version of the game, though both games are rated M for Mature by the ESRB.

Look forward to a probable review of Omega Labyrinth Life in the near-ish future, because HonestGamers cares.



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Staff article by Jason Venter (August 01, 2019)

Jason Venter has been playing games for 30 years, since discovering the Apple IIe version of Mario Bros. in his elementary school days. Now he writes about them, here at HonestGamers and also at other sites that agree to pay him for his words.

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