Japanese VR escape adventure game Last Labyrinth announced

You awaken tied down in an unknown house.

Last Labyrinth

Japanese company Tayutau has announced Last Labyrinth, a virtual reality escape adventure game for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and other devices. It will be playable at the VR Corner at Tokyo Game Show 2016 from September 15 to 18.

The game, which is themed around communication, is directed and produced by Hiromichi Takahashi. In addition to Takahashi, creators who’ve worked on various other game titles are working on Last Labyrinth.

Here’s an overview of the story.

“…What the heck is this place!?”

When you come to, you awaken in an unknown house. You try to stand up from the chair you’re seated in, but cannot move. When you look at your body you’re completely tied up with restraining devices. Even your wrists are tied down, and you can’t move them. You’re sitting in what appears to be a wheelchair.

In the corner of your eye, you sense someone’s presence.


A mysterious girl appears before you, staring at you with cold eyes.

View the first screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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