Gal Gun: Double Peace and Mystery Chronicle demos now available in Japan

Test out the new PlayStation 4 and PS Vita titles.

Gal Gun: Double Peace

Demos for Inti Creates’ Gal Gun: Double Peace and Spike Chunsoft’s Mystery Chronicle are now available on the Japanese PlayStation Store.

Gal Gun: Double Peace is a “shooting” game that tasks players with finding their one true love before the end of the school day. The protagonist, Hodai Kudoki, is struck with an arrow that makes every girl want him. But if he doesn’t find his fated girl by the day’s end, he’ll never be able to find love again. Queue up the PlayStation 4 demo here (2.4GB) and the PS Vita demo here (1.6GB).

Mystery Chronicle: I Won’t Look Back Until I Win! is a 2D forced scrolling turn-based movement RPG that tasks players with escaping the Light of Despair as it approaches from the side of the screen. It features over 20 playable classes and the world is generated differently for each name given. Queue up the PlayStation 4 demo here (2.3GB) and the PS Vita demo here (864MB).

Gal Gun: Double Peace is due out on August 6 in Japan. Mystery Chronicle: I Won’t Look Back Until I Win! will launch on July 30.

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