Matrix Software and D3 Publisher announced that the uncensored Nintendo Switch version of Omega Labyrinth Life will be making its way to the Steam store starting December 10th.
Gematsu picked up the news from D3 Publisher, who rolled out a basic description of the game along with the store page and some screenshots.
As noted by Gematsu, this is not the edited (read: heavily censored) version of the game that launched on the PlayStation 4 back in August called Labyrinth Life. That version sold quite poorly compared to the Nintendo Switch version, Omega Labyrinth Life, which launched uncensored.
They make it known that the Steam version is based on the Switch version, which means that it won’t be censored from top to bottom through the high heavens like the PlayStation 4 version, which had all of its sexy bits filed down like the blade on a steel sword made dull.
The Steam version contains full Japanese audio with English subtitles, the way it should be. The rogue-lite dungeon setup makes a return to form, where players will need to brave through randomly generated floors, collecting items and growing the strength (and bust size) of their team by rubbing dildo-shaped capsules between their breasts.
I do wonder if a Valve employee will take notice of the game and force the Adults Only tag to activate the way they did with Gun Gun Pixies or will they leave D3 Publisher alone? The company has a tendency to bully Asian developers, forcing censorship on their games or outright banning them for ridiculous reasons.
In any case, you can add Omega Labyrinth Life to your wishlist by visiting the Steam store page. The game is due to drop on December 10th.
(Thanks for the news tip Hots Katsuragi and Brian Simpson)