Gal Gun: Double Peace Bilingual launches February 23 in Japan

A re-release with dual language options and new costumes.

Gal Gun: Double Peace Bilingual

Inti Creates has announced Gal Gun: Double Peace Bilingual, a re-release of its 2015-launched Gal Gun: Double Peace with a couple of additional elements, due out for PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PC via DMM Game Player in Japan on February 23. It will cost 3,800 yen at retail on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, and 3,000 yen via download on PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PC.

Gal Gun: Double Peace Bilingual will include the following new elements:

  • Japanese and English Support – You can switch between Japanese and English text in the language settings of the options menu.
  • Newly Added Costumes – Four costumes have been added that can be selected from the beginning of the game: “Sexy Bunny,” “Barely Police,” “Waking Dress Shirts,” and “Cheerleader.”

Save data from Gal Gun: Double Peace and Gal Gun: Double Peace Bilingual are cross-compatible on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, and just need to be uploaded and downloaded from the “Shared Data” option in the main menu.

Gal Gun: Double Peace is available now worldwide for PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PC.

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