March is shaping up to be a busy month for Nintendo Switch releases, and one of the many games to watch out for is Gal * Gun: Double Peace.
It’s a port of the original PS4, PS Vita and PC title that came out in 2015/16 and will support multiple languages, most existing costume DLC, additional elements for players to Gun Gal is now available on their Switch and a new movie franchise is opening.
PQube has now shared a look at the new opening movie exclusive to the Switch port, which you can check out above.
GalGun Double Peace is back and bolder than ever! Celebrate six years of high school with a brand new opening cinematic exclusive to Nintendo Switch. Newcomers as well as veterans of GalGun can enjoy this 30-second trailer of what’s to come, introducing each of Double Peace’s cute characters one by one.
Here’s some additional info, along with a look at the existing trailer:
The Gal*Gun series revolves around a protagonist who becomes Super Popular under confusing circumstances, forcing him to fend off hordes of girls who want to confess their love to him! Using his special Pheromone Shot, he must aim and shoot at approaching women to put them in a state of euphoria! Meanwhile, he must confess his love to one of the beautiful heroines in this part shooting, part dating sim series!
In Gal * Gun Double Peace, the 2nd game in the series, that unique gameplay combination has it all — and power-ups! Some of the girls you encounter are possessed by nasty demons, but if you play your cards right, you can put the girls in a state of euphoria with a special “double peace” pose! The event scenes with the heroines in the game also become … “intense” than ever!
The Nintendo Switch version of the game comes with nearly all the DLC costumes released on other platforms, as well as a brand new opening movie! Maybe there’s even a special gift for owners of other Gal*Gun games?! With all of this included, it’s easy to see why this is the final release!
Gal * Gun: Double Peace will be available on Switch on March 17 for $44.99 USD. Would you add this to your collection? Leave a comment below.