Gal Gun VR Inti Creates Festa 2016 demo report

Here's what attendees got to experience.

Gal Gun VR

Gal Gun VR was playable for the first time at Inti Creates Fan Festa 20th Anniversary in Chiba. Inside Games played the demo and provided a brief report.

The demo featured Gal Gun: Double Peace heroine Shinobu Kamizono, and was set in classroom and gym storage room stages. You weren’t able to freely move around each stage, but you were able to select points, indicated by icons, that you would then move to, and fix your eyes on Shinobu from several locations and stances.

In case you were wondering, you were able to look at Shinobu’s panties. More specifically, you can take a peek at them in the classroom by squatting under the desk from the seat behind her, and in the gym storage room when Shinobu gets caught in the window and is shouting “Minehiro!!” (the protagonist’s name) for help.

Gal Gun VR

Outside of movement, you were also able to shoot at objects on the map. Various reactions from Shinobu could be brought about based on your actions.

Inti Creates has still yet to announce a platform and a release window for Gal Gun VR, but the demo was showcased on an HTC Vive. In fact, it was said during a Gal Gun stage event at the festival that given the demo is still in the research stages, what we see now might not be what we get when the game comes out. Rather, it is something that shows that “this kind of experience is possible.”

From the sound of things, an official unveil may be a bit further down the road.

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