• Omega Labyrinth Life Is Censored For PS4 And Uncensored for Switch
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D3 Publisher announced that Omega Labyrinth Life is also coming to the PS4 alongside the Nintendo Switch version, however, it is being advertised as the “safer” option that you can even play at your “parents’ house” with no worries. The Switch version is titled Omega Labyrinth Life, and it is basically described as the version that has an abundance of bouncing breasts, the “long view” version that doesn’t care about who is watching. The Switch version runs at 1920×1080 resolution on TV Mode and 1280×720 for Tabletop and Portable Modes. The game will run at 60fps. As you can see for the PS4 version the logo is also different and its title is shorted to Labyrinth Life. Its selling point is described as bits of boob-slips, but safe enough to play in front of others as the “Parents’ Home” version. The PS4 version will run at 60fps and 1920×1080 resolution. As far as other differences go, the Switch version will have normal illustration as well as armor break illustrations while the PS4 version will only feature the normal illustrations. The Switch version will also have touch events which will be skipped on the PS4 version.   There are plenty of other breast-themed features that will be available on Switch, such as the breast appraisal system we saw 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. Some of the core gameplay mechanics we’ve seen in the previous game, where character cup sizes can grow or shrink, will remain intact for both versions, but you can expect most of the PS4 version’s scenes and illustrations to be toned-down versions. Omega Labyrinth Life Is Getting A Censored “Safer” Version For P..
I have never heard of this game before in my entire life.
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I think they are making fun of Sony in this point (If you don't know, this game is from the same series that Sony blocked from being sell outside Japan and made PQube to cancelled their localization after being finished) https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/184903/64d385fc-4f77-41e8-9bf3-c88820f6b8f8/Captura.PNG
When you're a bigger prude than Nintendo, the company that tried to have all video games censored of violence, you know you're screwing up hard and are a giant bitch-made pussy
So from a brief rundown of the series, apparently a bunch of girls go into a dungeon to find a holy grail that will grant them any beauty related wish. The main character wants it so she can wish for tigger bitties. I wish I was making this up. The game follows a group of girls as they explore a dungeon in search of the fabled "Holy Grail of Beauty", which is said to be able to grant any wish. Protagonist Aina Akemiya searches for the Grail in order to increase her chest size, as she feels uncomfortable about her small breasts.
Left: You can touch and feel boobies! Don't care about what others think. Full Version! Right: Boobies are cut! Can play in front of others "Living with parents" version! At least they're having fun with it.
I think I can speak for all of us when I say I play hentai games for the plot.
I mean, this isn't a game that you can take seriously, their plot are simple excuses for the gimmick of the game.
okay, but what your moms gay?
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remind me to never type shit out on my phone.
Nintendo were so afraid of violence back in the day that stabbing a Nazi in the face in Wolfenstein 3D on the SNES would only result in a puff of sweat. What a nice war WW2 seemed like! Also, who knew the Nazis fielded giant rats in their concentration camps? And why does every photo and portrait of the Staatmeister call him 'Hitler' and have a smudge under his nose?
As awful as Sony's incredibly puritan practices have become, it's absolutely hilarious watching people who have relied on "nintendo consoles are for censored babies, get your tits and anime ass on playstation" for years and years have it suddenly collapse around them and they don't know how to handle it. Nintendo hasn't given a fuck about sex and violence in a long time, and the Switch in particular is rapidly replacing the Vita for anime shovelware. Anybody who is surprised by this is way behind the times.
The funniest thing is when Platinum sent Nintendo concept art for Bayonetta in Nintendo themed outfits for unlocks Nintendo sent back a message saying "Don't you think the outfits should be sexier to fit her character?"
and I laugh at them because here on PC we've been getting the good shit for years.
They didn't just send it back, they edited the concept art with stuff like added cleavage and suggestions on what to change.
Nintendo may not have, but Nintendo Treehouse most certainly did, hence the censored Fire Emblem Fates (also with a lot of stupid localization changes in general because the writers think they're clever), #FE, and Xenoblade Chronicles X. The Wii U period of time for Nintendo was controversial for many reasons, but Treehouse did absolutely no favors for any of it.
Platinum also wouldn't stop checking if Nintendo was okay with Bowser just gibbing angels all over the place nonstop (when wearing Peach/Daisy outfits in 2 all of Bayo's Wicked Weaves become Bowser limbs), and each time Ninty went "Yeah sure go ahead." Man, I hope that Bayo 3 holds up the tradition of Bayo behind-the-scenes stories being the best things ever. Even 1 had stuff like pressure being put on Kamiya to remove the glasses from Bayonetta's design, so he stealthily added glasses to every other character in the game and it wasn't noticed until it was too late.
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