Omega Labyrinth Life is now available on the Nintendo Switch and Labyrinth Life is also available for purchase on the PlayStation 4 according to a press release from the publisher. These Japanese roguelike role-playing games have enchanted fans with a mix of great gameplay and fanservice and they're now available in the West.
In Omega Labyrinth Life, players can dive into the deep dungeons and challenge a variety of interesting puzzles and enemies. Power up your equipment, use your skills wisely, and navigate the perils carefully as you take your cast of cute girls into battle! Combat takes place in a turn-based system on a grid, so you won't have to worry too much if you don't have the quickest reflexes. You can and will end up literally surrounded by monsters, though, so make sure you position your party carefully!
Of course, this isn't just your bog-standard dungeon-crawling game. Defeating enemies powers up your bust and makes it grow bigger because Japan, I guess. It may not make much in the way of sense, but who says video games have to, anyways?
Aside from some genuinely-challenging dungeons, players will also be able to engage in side missions in the academy. You can tend to the garden, change up the scenery of the outdoors, and relax with the other people on the grounds.
The game is now available on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Unfortunately, the PlayStation 4 version of the game (simply titled Labyrinth Life) has had much of the lewd content removed from the game. If that's the sort of thing you care about, you'll probably want to go with the Nintendo Switch version instead. You can see a feature comparison between the two consoles on D3 Publisher's website.
What do you think of Omega Labyrinth Life? Does the differences between the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 versions influence your purchasing decision or does it really not matter to you? Let us know in the comments below!