Today D3 Publisher released a new teaser website dedicated to its upcoming Nintendo Switch game Omega Labyrinth Life.
The site is really funny because it talks about the launch of “Operation StarBoobs” and it’s basically all about a parody of the popular Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory anime series.
The site itself, which features a countdown expiring tomorrow at 5 PM Japan time, includes “Stardust Memory” in the URL and tells a story that is basically a breasts-focused version of that of the anime.
According to the accompanying press release, when the countdown expires, a new announcement related to the game will be disclosed.
If you’re unfamiliar with Omega Labyrinth Life, it’s a rogue-like JRPG announced for Nintendo Switch back in 2018. After Tokyo Game Show, D3 Publisher pretty much went silent about it until now, Apparently, it’s time to hear more.
The gameplay is very much focused on the use of Omega Power that can both inflate the protagonists’ bosoms and their abilities in battle.
Due to the series’s nature, Sony Interactive Entertainment forced British publisher Pqube to cancel the western release of the game’s predecessor for PS4, Omega Labyrinth Z.
It was one of the first signals of the stricter approach taken by the house of PlayStation towards this kind of content.