After the „breast” game got banned in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Australia, and New-Zealand, the publisher cancelled the Western release.
Previously, we wrote about this game, so we’ll just say what its issue is: sexuality, as well as the breasts, becoming bigger when your stats increase in Omega Labyrinth Z – its PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita versions are now cancelled in the West because Sony requested it. (In Japan, it already launched last year…)
„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 rating bodies in their respective territories, PQube must respectfully comply with the wishes of the platform holder and have therefore withdrawn any plans for Omega Labyrinth Z’s European and North American release on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita,” the publisher’s statement reads.
Sony Interactive Entertainment, or, to be exact, Sony’s European and North American branch thus cancelled the release after the game getting the M, Mature rating. The PC version of Omega Labyrinth Z is not out of the question, though: the British publisher says that it would require about 100 thousand euros, and it’s not an easy decision. Currently, it’s not on the table, especially after PQube already spending money to localise Omega Labyrinth Z. (Which, at the moment, seems to be wasted…)
So, Omega Labyrinth Z might only see a PC version in the West at an unannounced date – the PS4/Vita versions are dead…
Please see below the statement on the situation of #OmegaLabyrinthZ in the West. It is with sadness that we announce that the game is cancelled on both platforms and all Western regions permanently. We will not comment further on this matter. Thank you for your support. pic.twitter.com/ePmmiWSTAY
— PQube (@PQubeGames) June 25, 2018