Gal Gun: Double Peace PS4 and PS Vita differences outlined

Plus, some of the game's over many voice actresses.

Gal Gun: Double Peace

Experience and Inti Creates have detailed the differences between the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions of Gal Gun: Double Peace, due out in Japan on August 6.

Get the details below.

Shared Between Both Versions

  • Game Contents – The contents of the game are basically the same, though there are some differences between using the controller and touch controls.
  • Cross-Save and Cross-Goods Support – You can use the same save data across both versions. Any downloadable content you purchase can also be used across both versions.

PS Vita Version

  • Game Size – The downloadable version of the game requires more than 2GB of free memory card space.
  • Peripheral Support – PlayStation TV is not supported.
  • Game Contents / Doki Doki Mode – In the PS Vita version, Doki Doki Mode supports touchscreen input. You can also play Doki Doki Mode vertically.

PlayStation 4 Version

  • Game Contents – The downloadable version, as well as the retail version install, requires 2.6GB of free hard drive space.
  • Peripheral Support – PlayStation Move is not supported.
  • Game Contents / Graphics – The PlayStation 4 version looks nicer than the PS Vita version.
  • Game Contents / Panic Screen – The PlayStation 4 version features an exclusive “Mama Kita Gamen” (“Mom’s Arrived Screen”), which makes the game turn into an RPG to keep players from looking indecent if someone enters the room.

Gal Gun: Double Peace features more than 70 girl characters that are fully voiced. Some of the voice actresses that appear in the game include:

  • Nana Inoue
  • Kana Ueda
  • Saori Onishi
  • Ari Ozawa
  • Runa Onodera
  • Sayaka Gomi
  • Hekiru Shiina
  • Aya Suzaki
  • You Taichi
  • Mikako Takahashi
  • Aiko Ninomiya
  • Mayuka Nomura
  • Maiko Baba
  • Anzu Haruno
  • Mayu Harumiya
  • Nana Harumura
  • Kei Hiraishi
  • Saki Fujita
  • Sakurako Madoka
  • Minami Muta
  • Shoko Yatabe
  • Sayuri Yahagi
  • Kana Yuuki

If you missed it, the opening movie for Double Peace was published earlier this month. Read up more on the game here.

View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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