Today D3 Publisher released a brand new trailer of its upcoming rogue-like JRPG Omega Labyrinth Life.
The trailer shows the opening animation of the game, which is likely going to be different from the one that will appear in the heavily-censored PS4 version simply titled Labyrinth Life… for obvious reasons.
The cutscene introduces all the cute main characters that appear in the game, including the playable heroines and those who will help and support them through the story.
We also get to hear the theme song Life is a Labyrinth composed by YOFFY and performed by the duo DelightStyle. Considering that Omega Labyrinth Life is a celebration of youth and beauty, it’s as upbeat as you can expect.
You can watch it below. Do keep in mind that while no actual nudity is showcased, you may want to watch this in the privacy of your room and not at work, unless your coworkers and bosses have a solid sense of humor, that is.
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, but the South East Asian version will come with English subtitles. This means that even if we don’t get an official launch in the west, we still have the next best thing.
If you want to learn more, you can read about the differences between the two platforms, check out the latest screenshots and a trailer which hilariously mocked Sony’s censorship. You can also listen to more songs dedicated to some of the heroines.