Last Labyrinth PlayStation VR physical edition launches November 26 in Japan

Strictly Limited Games to distribute limited print physical edition in the west.

Amata K.K. will release a physical edition of Last Labyrinth for PlayStation VR on November 26 in Japan for 3,278 yen, listings at retailers such as Biccamera (2), Rakuten (2), and Yodobashi (2) reveal.

Last Labyrinth

A Collector’s Edition will also be available for 6,578 yen, which includes an exclusive theme song maxi single CD composed by Hiroki Kikuta, newly illustrated original story book, original post card, original sticker, and special packaging.

Last Labyrinth

For the west, distributor Strictly Limited Games announced on August 6 that it has acquired the rights for an exclusive, limited print physical edition of Last Labyrinth, with pre-orders for Collector’s and Limited Editions set to open at the Strictly Limited Games Store later in 2020.

Last Labyrinth launched digitally for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality Headsets in November 2019 worldwide.

Here is an overview of the game, via the PlayStation Store:

SAW meets ICO in this haunting and intimate virtual reality title.

Escape a merciless mansion alongside a girl words cannot reach, in a tale that can only be experienced in virtual reality.

An escape-the-room adventure game that can only be experienced in VR, players must work to escape a mansion full of hidden dangers with a mysterious girl that appears before them.

Experience a unique relationship with Katia, a girl who speaks a language you cannot understand and voiced by Stefanie Joosten, with music by Hiroki Kikuta.

Over 10 hours of escape-adventure puzzle-solving and multiple endings. Work together with Katia in a unique, one-of-a-kind experience in virtual reality.

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for 5% off.

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