Omega Labyrinth Z Release Cancelled

Publisher PQube has announced that it has cancelled plans to release dungeon crawler Omega Labyrinth Z in North America and Europe. The announcement follows previous news that the game would not be released in the UK, Germany, and Australia due to being refused classification by the relevant ratings boards. PQube provided the following statement:

PQube strives to release Japanese content for its fans as close to the source material as possible. In the case of Omega Labyrinth Z, while PQube has worked with all relevant age ratings bodies in their respective territories, PQube must respectfully comply with the wishes of the platform holder and have therefore withdrawn any future plans for Omega Labyrinth Z‘s European and North American release on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

Omega Labyrinth Z is the sequel to Omega Labyrinth, a game released for PlayStation Vita only in Japan in 2013. The fanservice-heavy game features roguelike gameplay involving various female combatants from the Embellir Girls Academy, whose power is tied to their breast size.


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3 Responses

  1. Can’t say that I’m surprised that this was cancelled.

  2. severinmira severinmira says:

    Yeah, while Germany and Australia are known to be stricter on things, the UK board going ‘hmm, no’ made it seem rather doubtful of actually getting out.

  3. oh noes. the crass exploitation game can’t make pervo dollars in my country.


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