Omega Labyrinth Life Switch RPG Launches in Japan on August 1

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Labyrinth Life PS4 version launches simultaneously with less sexual content

D3 Publisher announced on Tuesday that the Omega Labyrinth Life role-playing game will launch for the Nintendo Switch in Japan on August 1. The company also revealed Labyrinth Life, a version of the game with less sexual content, for release for the PlayStation 4 on the same day.

Both versions of the game will have most of the same content, including characters, character skills, monsters, items, story, dungeons, and difficulty settings. The physical and digital versions of Omega Labyrinth Life will cost 7,800 yen (about US$71), while the Labyrinth Life versions will cost 5,800 yen (about US$53).

Like the previous games in the series, the game is a roguelike (random dungeon generation) RPG where the characters can gain powerups that enlarge their breast size. The "life" in the title comes from a new feature.

D3 Publisher released its first Omega Labyrinth roguelike dungeon game for PlayStation Vita in November 2015 and Omega Labyrinth Z for the PS4 and PS Vita in July 2017. UK game publisher PQube planned to release the game in North America and Europe, but the release was cancelled due to the "wishes of the platform holder."

Sources: Omega Labyrinth Life's website, via Gematsu

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