Japanese developer Tayutau has revealed a new virtual reality (VR) videogame for PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, known as Last Labyrinth. Set to make its debut at the Tokyo Game Show (TGS), 15th – 18th September 2016, Last Labyrinth is an adventure videogame in which the player is confronted with memory loss and a vacant presence.
Little is currently known about Last Labyrinth, aside from the screenshots on this page and the following excerpt translated from the official website for the videogame:
“When you come to, you awaken in an unknown house. You try to stand up from the chair you’re seated in, but are unable to move. When you look down at your body you find that you’re 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.”
No release date or pricing structure has been announced for Last Labyrinth, however as stated above the title has already been confirmed for PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. VRFocus will keep you updated with any further information regarding Last Labyrinth following its debut at the Tokyo Game Show later this week.