|SLG Physical Edition Pre Order Date:||11/29/2020; 06/25/2023|
|SLG Release Number:||#42; #89|
|Platforms:||PS4 (VR); PS5, NSW
Escape a merciless mansion alongside a girl words cannot reach!
You are vulnerable and tied up. With your arms and hands bound and immobilised in a wheelchair, you are at the mercy and reliance of Katia, a mysterious girl. She is your only way to escape from the mansion in an intensive and inventive series of escape room puzzles. The ever increasing complexity of riddles, and their diversity, must be solved in order to escape.
- Experience a unique relationship with Katia, a girl who speaks a language you cannot understand (voiced by Stefanie Joosten, Quiet from Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain) with music by Hiroki Kikuta (SECRET OF MANA, SOULCALIBUR V)
- Over 10 hours of escape-adventure puzzle-solving and multiple endings
- PlayStation players can even work together with Katia in a unique, one-of-a-kind experience in VR (optional);
with the Nintendo Switch version of the game not supporting VR, its title carries the subline "-Lucidity Lost-"
- Created by a team of veteran Japanese developers whose previous works include classic titles such as ICO, The Last Guardian, Shadow of the Colossus, Puppeteer and the Doko Demo Issyo series (Toro, the Sony Cat)
Why Last Labyrinth is joining the Strictly Limited Games catalog
Last Labyrinth is a literally breath-taking example for a Japanese horror game celebrated and requested by the community, originally funded via Kickstarter in 2020. Since we had the pleasure to release the original Last Labyrinth in its physical form on PlayStation 4 back then, creating physical editions for both Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 5 were obvious choices for us. Providing dedicated physical release for all of these platforms holds great significance for us: with its creative escape room puzzles and unique nonverbal communication with the mysterious girl Katia who is voiced by Stefanie Joosten, the game offers an extraordinary experience that every gamer and horror fan should try. Strictly Limited Games is giving Last Labyrinth the physical treatment it deserves.