Gun Gun Pixies is shooting it’s way onto Nintendo Switch on September 6th

Formally Japan exclusive third person shooter Gun Gun Pixies is making it’s way westward on Nintendo Switch on September 6th. Originally released back in 2017 on Playstation Vita, Gun Gun Pixies is a third person shooter where you play as two tiny alien girls who have come to earth to infiltrate a girls dormitory to study human behaviour.

PQube and developer Compile Heart are pleased to announce that they will release Gun Gun Pixies for Nintendo Switch both physically and digitally in Europe and North America later this year, featuring a lovely Day One Edition!

The crazy Japanese third-person shooter and 3D platformer in one sends two tiny girls from outer space to earth, so that they can infiltrate a women’s college dormitory. Once arrived, the Pixies stealthily bustle about the regular sized girls’ towering legs and rooms to fulfil their mission: study human behaviour in order to help overcome the social issues of their beloved home planet!

Gun Gun Pixies is an exhilarating mix between a third person shooter and 3D platformer where stealth is key! Sneak around the dorm and climb furniture to search for non-combat story objectives or get good venture points for sniper shots to pacify the girls. Collecting large coins hidden around the levels and completing missions lets you unlock new weapons, lingerie, gadgets and costumes. This and more awaits you in the craziest missions you will embark on this year!

If we didn’t have you at “tiny girls from outer space infiltrate a women’s dormitory”, the Day One Edition of Gun Gun Pixies comes in a special Nintendo Switch collector’s box that includes the game and a high quality artbook! Countless concept drawings, gorgeous key artworks, all characters in alternative outfits and more make this goodie an indulgence for every manga/anime lover.

Coming to Switch with a collectors edition, Gun Gun Pixies is looking like another one of the many Japanese games given a chance to flourish in the west by PQube games. PQube have published other hit Japanese titles like Blazblue, Steins Gate and the upcoming Root Letter: Last Answer.

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