New Game Teaser Site Launched by D3Publisher; Challenges You to Resist Touching the Breasts

The new teaser site by D3 Publisher challenges you to resist the temptation of boobs.

on February 20, 2017 3:29 AM

If you’re familiar with D3Publisher, you probably know that they can be a bit “out there” with their games and marketing, and the new teaser website launched today is no exception.

The website features a gimmick calling back to what was used for the PS Vita game Omega Labyrinth, also featuring a very similar visual style (which might suggest a sequel), but the principle is the opposite.

While¬†Omega Labyrinth‘s Touch Starter encouraged players to touch the breasts in order to unveil the game, this is a “Touch Abstinence Starter.” Basically, if you click on the breasts, one second will be added to the counter.

The accompanying press release explains that if fans manage to resist clicking well enough, the title will be unveiled before the media embargo on the announcement expires, otherwise they’ll have to wait until websites and magazines publish the news.

A comment from the game’s Producer explains that the Touch Abstinence Starter was developed using the whole weight of D3 Publisher’s resources in order to respond the existential question “can humans overcome the temptation of boobs?” According to the Producer, this is a sublime experiment for humans around the world, bringing a collision between reason and instinct, and a fierce battle between intelligence and desire.

Feel free to let us know if you resisted the temptation in the comments below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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