PS4/PS Vita Exclusive Omega Labyrinth Z’s New Trailer Is All About Breasts, Definitely Unsafe for Work

D3Publisher gonna D3Publisher, and the latest trailer of Omega Labyrinth Z is as unsafe for work as it can be without sliding into adult-only territory.

on July 3, 2017 1:10 AM

Breasts play a very important role in Omega Labyrinth Z by D3Publisher, so the content of the new trailer released today aren’t very surprising. Yet, if you’re easily offended, you may want to just go back to the front page before your head explodes.

The video showcases one of the feature returning from the first game of the series, expanded and improved, item appraisal.

Omega Labyrinth Z
is a rogue-like RPG, and items drop with their stats unknown, but to properly uncover all the goodies, you’ll need to appraise them. Forget about bringing them to your local alchemist or jeweler. This isn’t a fantasy game (more or less). The charming protagonists of the game will have to use their own devices… literally.

Apprisal is done by sliding the item between the character’s breasts and manipulating them to transmit the omega energy until a certain threshold is reached and the item is identified. No. I did not make it up. You can see the evidence in the video below.

If you want to see more, you can check out another trailer (actually in English, despite the lack of a localization announcement for the moment), and one pretty much as unsafe for work as this one. The opening song is also available for your perusal.

The game will release in Japan on July 6th, 2017, for PS4 and PS Vita.

 /  Executive News Editor
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