Today D3 Publisher released a new trailer of Omega Labyrinth Life for Nintendo Switch and its PS4 counterpart, Labyrinth Life.
The trailer goes through the gameplay features of the Switch version, showing plenty of returning and new features from previous Omega Labyrinth Games.
Then, towards the end, it “advertises” the PS4 version, and that’s when things get really funny. The good folks at D3 publishers are known for not taking themselves too seriously so when the mock journalist asks the main heroine if it wouldn’t be embarrassing to play the game in front of your family and friends, she proudly showcases the brutally censored PS4 version. I won’t spoil it, because it’s pretty funny. Just watch the trailer for yourself and you’ll likely understand what I mean.
Do keep in mind that, while the trailer does not include any actual nudity (despite its nature, Omega Labyrinth Life is not that kind of game), it’s probably unsafe in many workplaces. That being said, the second embed is set to skip the Switch version and show only the family-friendly PS4 version, if you’re embarrassed.
Yes. I could not resist.
Incidentally, today we also learned from PlayAsia that the version of the game for the South East Asian market will include English subtitles.
If you want to read more, you can learn about the differences between the two platforms, and check out the latest screenshots.
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.