Discussion in 'PlayStation Vita Games' started by Digit, Nov 29, 2017.
Take my money already!
Colour me surprised, hopefully we don’t get a repeat of Rabi Ribi and only see a PS4 physical.
I would love to see what will be included with the Limited Edition.
Something more outrageous than the Gal Gun PS Vita cleaning cloth ?
Please not an oppai mousepad. I wouldn't be able to afford the shipping charge on that..
Life size inflatable with a free pump ?
I'm excited for this, and really hoping for a Vita physical for this as well! If it does well, maybe we'll get the first one as well (crossing fingers)
AllHasRed already posted this in his status update, but PQube confirmed on https://twitter.com/PQubeGames/status/935901817577377792]twitter that they will have a physical Vita release. Seeing that Rice Digital broke the news first, and their history of collaboration, I would not be surprised if we will see a nicely fleshed out LE! [/URL]
They kinda dodged the question on that Twitter feed when someone pressed them on quietly cancelling the physical Vita version of Rabi Ribi, so my fingers are firmly crossed that with all the positive responses they are getting, this time a retail release will be locked in! Wouldn't mind an extravagant LE either...
Oh noooeeeees... There I felt safe and secure with their 'confirmation' on Twitter...
To be fair, they confirmed multiple times that both platforms will get the retail treatment. I just got a little apprehensive after that bait and switch they pulled with Rabi Ribi. Would be a disappointing move if they really did fool us Vita lovers twice! But for now, we should stay positive
There's a couple of things I like about this game..
I am also a connoisseur of boobs
This was the LE for the Asian one. Wouldn't be surprised if they'll make some extra mousepads for us!
Hoping there'll be a version without it as well though. I prefer my mousepads without those things and I really wouldn't know how to display them... I'm in for an artbook and an OST CD though.
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It's not really news, but... Gotta respect PQube for their ad campaign. This is good. xD
The French Gamestop's branch Micromania :
Release on June 30th.
365Games has pre-orders too it seems.
They both mention a different date at the end of June. A placeholder date, then?
I hope so, because it's not quite my idea of 'spring'...
how do you folks feel the gameplay is like on this one? i was thinking of maybe getting the last version or waiting and getting the new one for a little fun, but it's more about playing it for a little fun rather than just the horndog factor.
Okay, 1st, I spend way more time browsing the internet on a working day than I should...
But second, I've heard some commentary about the Japanese releases and the biggest issues I've heard with it is: It's a roguelike. It can be ruthless and that may put some off. I am mostly getting it because I love those over the top silly games, and the style reminds me of Genkai Tokki games like Moe Chronicle (which I thought was great).
If you're really looking for a great roguelike, I'm sure there's better ones out there, but I am also quite sure this'll be a great ride even if you're not just in it for the interactive breast simulators (or whatever we shall call them).
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You read that right, Omega Labyrinth Zhas been banned in the UK — or at least, has been refused classification in the UK, as the VSC have refused classification. With the type of content in the game, it’s not surprising it’s already been refused German classification with USK. But reacting like this doesn’t happen all that often at all in the UK.
When asked, PQube confirmed that this was the case: “we can confirm that Omega Labyrinth Z has been refused classification in the UK. While we are disappointed in the decision we of course respect the laws of any territory that we operate in.”
Rumours of the ban began to circulate after retailers listing the UK version began to take them down. But now we can officially confirm this is the case.
Without a rating, it cannot be sold in the UK either physically or digitally via PSN. The VSC covers the UK and Ireland specifically. PEGI covers most of Europe and rated it an 18, but without VSC, nothing can be done for it in the UK. It is doubtful PSN would consider an unapproved PEGI rating by the VSC as classification for a digital release.
Essentially, the VSC “confirm” PEGI’s rating for application in the UK. In this case, they denied the rating for Omega Labyrinth Z within the UK.
How will that affect our upcoming listings for Omega Labyrinth Z? We will still be able to stock the US version for US customers, and a European version for European customers — but we will not be able to sell to the UK. It’s a bit of a weird situation!
Omega Labyrinth Z is due to released wherever it can be released in Spring 2018! It’ll be coming to both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
Say, McFungos. Would you be okay to order me a copy & then ship it back to the UK for me please?
Yea we’ll need some of our euro-homies to help us out on this one.
So 2 faced tho. Recent games are so violent and realistic (especially these "silent" takedowns) that even I don't like them, but nope they're fine apparently.
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