Omega Labyrinth Life Gets Censored SFW Ver. for PS4, While Switch Retains Its Busty Content

 

Today, D3 announced that Omega Labyrinth Life  will be released in two different versions in Japan. The PS4 version will be getting a toned down SFW version in which they said that you can play this game even if your parents are around. While the Nintendo Switch version will retain is full glory viewing pleasure of all you oppai lovers out there.

As detailed on their site, the Switch will get the full name of Omega Labyrinth Life and is detailed as for those who do not care who is watching, or have no shame. The Switch version specs runs at 1920×1080 resolution on TV Mode and 1280×720 for Tabletop and Portable Modes. The game will run at 60fps.

The art for the PS4 version is interesting as it omits the Omega in the title as it shows the shape of a breast of one of the female characters. While this version will have some cleavage and service shots, it will not be as extreme and you can play with an audience. The PS4 version will run at 60fps and 1920×1080 resolution.

In terms of content differences they listed, Switch version will have armor break CGs and interactive touch events. PS4 version will not.

There are plenty of other breast-themed features that will be available on Switch, such as the breast appraisal system were available in the previous games that come with their own touch events. There’s also the “Paper-Rock-Scissors-Boobs” feature which will be changed for PS4. Both will have hot spring events and illustrations, but the PS4 version will be toned down as well.

The mechanic in which the character’s breast expand and shrink in the prior titles of the series will still generally be intact, though it seems likely that SONY will be changing this down the line.

The only benefit for the PS4 version is the price. While the Switch version offers more for the fans, it is priced at 7,800 yen ($71 USD) each for both physical and digital versions. Meanwhile, the PS4 version is cheaper by 2,000 yen at 5,800 ($52 USD) yen each.

I personally feel bad for Japan. A culture that is sexually expressive in media for decades, now being suppressed by SONY Headquarters in California. You can’t even show on art covers implications or even insinuations of breasts. The Censorship and changes just baffle me.

All I say is as a consumer, let them know with your wallet. Support the version you think is the best for your money. A full uncensored portable version that respects its consumers? Or a discounted, watered down home version that just patronizes its consumer?

Omega Labyrinth Life will be released in Japan on August 1, 2019. Also known as Oppai Day in Japan. No news in regards of a Western release as of yet. Though I hope a certain niche publisher can bring it over in the future.

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