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Omega Labyrinth Life Gets Lots of New Screenshots Showing New Girls and Gameplay on Famitsu

Omega Labyrinth Life

Omega Labyrinth Life Gets Lots of New Screenshots Showing New Girls and Gameplay on Famitsu

Today the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu included a spread on the newly re-revealed Omega Labyrinth Life for Switch and its tamer PS4 counterpart simply titled Labyrinth Life.

We get to see three characters who will appear in the game, Mei Kurosaki, Juri Minase, and Yurika Shisaki.

Do keep in mind that some of the systems described below are heavily censored on PS4.

Since it’s possible to bring a partner character in dungeons, the screenshots showcase how the player can seamlessly switch between controlling the leader or the partner, in order to exploit the enemies weaknesses.

Of course, the Omega Power is back, and it has the ability to do exactly what it did in previous games of the series. It increases the size of the chest of the girls (up to a Z cup), boosting their stats in the process.

The Ecstasy Mode also makes a comeback, with the girls entering dreamlike states in which they live certain fantasies. By enhancing those fantasies (mostly via touch on Switch), the player can enhance their stats and unlock new skills.

There is even a “full bloom” mode that can be reached only by the masters. If that happens, the player will unlock the powers of the flower of time to stop time in the fantasy, with powerful effects. Among those, you can receive an item that you can use to revive the garden in the school, which is one of the points of the game.

Another returning element is the identification of items in the dungeons by placing them in the valley of a character’s bosom. It’s also possible to change the appearance of those items.

Speaking of the school, when the player gets tired of all the dungeon crawling, it’s possible to relax on campus. You can take leisurely strolls, arrange your loot, and enjoy school life in a variety of way.

The aforementioned efforts to revive the garden are part of these activities, and it’s also possible to perform work for the school, possibly earning useful rewards.

The school includes a dining room, a dormitory, a greenhouse, the garden, the gate, two different school buildings, and the Omega Fountain.

Omega Labyrinth Life and Labyrinth Life will release respectively for Nintendo Switch and PS4 in Japan on August 1. No western release has been announced for now.

[Source: Weekly Famitsu]

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