Omega Labyrinth Life Brings Big Anime Titties To The Nintendo Switch In 2019
Omega Labyrinth Life

D3 Publisher announced that the Nintendo Switch will receive Omega Labyrinth Life starting 2019 for Japanese gamers. Given that the Nintendo Switch is region free, you will be able to very easily purchase the game from the Nintendo eShop Japan even if you live outside of the region.

Gematsu is reporting that the rogue-lite RPG will retain all of the hallmark features that were too hot for Sony fanboys to handle on the PS4. For those of you who don’t remember, PQube attempted to port Omega Labyrinth Z to the PS4 in the West this past summer, but Sony denied them that right.

Nintendonites, however, will be able to bask in the oppai goodness that only anime girls can provide. This includes the Omega Labyrinth series’ hallmark feature of breast expansion.

Yes, while you travel through the dungeons with some teenage anime chicks, you’ll be able to pick up phallic shaped secret capsules and uncover new items, upgrades, and buffs by rubbing them gently or through aggressive attrition between the mammary factories of the fictional females.

Not only is the breast expansion feature making a return, but clothes-bursting will also be prominent featured, where the boobs get so big that they bust out of the shirts, jackets, and even the bras that the girls are wearing.

Details on the modes, gameplay features, or any Nintendo Switch exclusive mechanics have not been revealed just yet. According to Gematsu those details will be unveiled in future editions of the Famitsu Magazine.

On the upside, it looks like while Sony may be forfeiting their Western PS4 audience from experiencing the warm embrace of oppai and the sweet auspices of “Omega” enlargements, Nintendo is more than willing to court the fan-service games that Sony has been passing up.

(Thanks for the news tip Voice of Fanservice)


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