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Censorship
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Omega Labyrinth Z is a dungeon crawler video game developed by Matrix Software and published by D3 Publisher. The video game was released on November 19, 2015.

Censorship[]

International censorship[]

  • Sony refused to allow the game to be released in the West due to its fanservice content involving characters in schoolgirl outfits. As a result, PQube suspended their work to localise the game into other languages.[1]

Australian censorship[]

  • The video game is banned in Australia due to interactive sexual activities that involve a person who appears under 18.

British censorship[]

  • The Video Standards Council confirmed the title had been refused classification in the United Kingdom.

German censorship[]

  • The video game is banned in Germany due to interactive sexual activities that involve a person who appears under 18.

Where to find it uncensored[]

The original release can be found in Japanese.

References[]

  1. Sony Blocks Omega Labyrinth Z From Western Release by Imran Khan, Game Informer. 2018-06-25.
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