PQube’s Gal*Gun: Double Peace will be making the leap from the PlayStation to the PC at the end of the month. After launching for the PS Vita and PS4 in both the East and the West, PQube has announced that the game will make its debut on Steam starting September 27th. Modders… prepare your textures. Gamers… prepare your bodies.
TechRaptor picked up the news after the publisher recently put out a new trailer featuring the PC version of Gal*Gun: Double Peace. They did a quick overview of the game, describing how players take on the role of a hopeless romantic desperately trying to win over the heart of his one true love, but he must battle his way through pleasuring other young girls using his newfound powers with the downside being that he has a limited amount of time to find true love… or else.
The game plays itself for laughs, focusing on the ridiculous ability to pleasure young girls by rubbing, caressing and petting them into an orgasmic state of happiness.
Instead of shooting and killing monsters, Gal*Gun takes the first-person, 3D arcade shooting concept and transforms players into a lover having to use their abilities to bring love and happiness to young girls instead of killing and maiming evil bad guys.
In a way, the game from Inti Creates and PQube is a direct slap in the face of the SJWs who complained that games were too violent and that there wasn’t enough “feminine energy” in games aimed at today’s market. Well, there’s plenty of feminine energy (and lots of bra and panty shots as well) in Gal*Gun: Double Peace.
The developers have always been rummaging around in their idea factory to come up with a way to possibly make a Guy*Gun, but it’s unlikely unless the current game sells like crazy.
On the upside, PQube mentioned in a previous interview that they worked hard to ensure that Gal*Gun would stay uncensored no matter which territory it ended up in, so it’s good to know some publishers still fight for the gamer.