Famitsu has released a nine minute long gameplay and media preview for Inti Creates’ Gal*Gun: Double Peace, plus we get some more gameplay details.

Gal*Gun has been in the news quite a bit recently; regarding the possibility, then plan to localize the game/series. This time however,¬†we’ve got something to show you as well as¬†something to tell you.

First up – grab a cup of coffee, sit back, relax, and enjoy an extended look at Gal*Gun: Double Peace. You may not be able to understand the language, but the gameplay shown speaks for itself.

Have we caught your interest? Good, now let’s go over some details.

Gal*Gun: Double Peace features a protagonist who has the ability to make any woman fall in love with him. The catch? He’s got a limited time before the ability goes away.

Using the Ecstacy Shot – a high-potency one shot love arrow, or the Charge Shot – a long distance version of the Ecstacy Shot, you’ll make the girls fall in love with you and be able to bend them to your will in your search.

Also in your arsenal are the Doki-Doki Mode which allows you to find the girls’ weaknesses up close, and the See-Through ability which will allow you to take a look at the underwear of the ladies.

Next up, we get a bit of detail on Kurona – one of the main villains in the game. She has the ability to curse girls with mini-demons that make them more aggressive than the usual angry girls, and also change their behavior in Doki-Doki Mode.

Double Peace features over 70 different girls (and endings), and includes the ability to share exchanges with each them via an in-game social network – giving you an avenue where you can listen to their requests and help them out.

So does this sound like your kind of game?

Gal*Gun: Double Peace is now available in Japan, and is also set to be localized sometime in the future.

  • Cousin Jeffrey

    Can’t wait for a local release!

  • Zero Eternity

    obviously there is a market for this game but I cant help but laugh when I think how much slack this game is gonna get once it gets the attention of the SJWs.