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GAL*GUN: DOUBLE PEACE Free Download Unfitgirl Look, there’s nothing wrong with a little anatomical allure, generally speaking. Hell, many an impressionable teenager hit pause to glimpse Chun-Li’s undies back in the day, and Capcom knew it. Sex sells, and, like all commercial media, video game developers aren’t immune to slapping some greasy smut on-disc in the hope of cementing another sale. Boobs, butts, oily pecs and sculpted crotches: gaming has seen it all — and Switch owners have seen more than ever before on a Nintendo console. The majority of Gal Gun’s cattle-like cast, however, are Japanese high-schoolers. Whether or not they’re Junior or Senior students is left ambiguous, making the premise of sexually gratifying its targets largely at odds with legal systems across most of the world, which explains its banning in countries like New Zealand and Germany. ‘But hey, they’re just, like, cartoons, man’ is certainly one common argument in their defence. ‘Hikikomori’ is a Japanese term for a bedroom-dweller suffering “acute social withdrawal”, characterised as hermits who forgo sunlight and human interaction for a room adorned with anime-girl posters, pillows and video games. Gal Gun: Double Peace is tailored to such a reclusive audience, and does little to cater to those who desire depth from a gaming experience. Instead, its detail lies in its harem of schoolgirls, all desperate to take a bite out of you, the socially awkward protagonist. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
You can choose from several personality types (one labelled simply ‘Pervert’) before being thrown into a part-shooting gallery, part-visual novel, part-dating sim. The story goes that an angel with cupid powers has done you an enormous disservice by making members of the opposite sex ravenously attracted to you. You need to fend them off by firing pheromones at them, essentially bringing them to ‘euphoria’ — the game’s preferred synonym for orgasm — before they drain your life bar by showering you with kisses or pinning you underfoot, dominatrix-style. Your pheromone gun has several functions, including a charge shot that brings targets to instant climax, and a zoom lens with X-Ray properties that reveals bras, panties, and the odd hidden item, such as garter belts and… sandwiches. These items can be used to check off cell phone message requests in a between-stage directory, padding out the game’s longevity by way of fastidious underwear inspection. Additionally, inducing pleasure on the mindless, giggling hoard builds a ‘Doki-Doki’ meter, which offers three stocks of usage. Triggering this allows you to freeze and select multiple on-screen girls for a molestation sub-game, where, within a set time limit, you get to touch-up their preferred erogenous zones until they blush and blow hearts all over the place.
This title is an on-rail shooter
Additional rotating camera angles for these intimate moments can be purchased from the shop, so you can get a better look at a polygonal crotch should you be taken with doing so. Successful Doki-Doki clinches serve to wipe out all other on-screen assailants, too, acting as a ‘love bomb’ of sorts. Graphically it’s bright and clean, and not a bad-looking game. It runs smoothly — a far cry from the sluggish PS Vita original — and the general presentation is superb, with plenty of nice illustrations and menus. The character models are the stars of the show, varied (in the sense they have different hairstyles and eye colours) and meld well with the game’s pastel tones. It’s been slightly smoothed over with a bit of PlayStation 2-style smudge, which tries to hide the fact that it’s not hugely updated from its PS Vita days, and there’s still a fair bit of loading to get through with all the cutscene interruptions. The shooting stuff works perfectly well, with the broad aiming reticle doing a fine job, and plenty of options to adjust its speed if required — but Time Crisis it ain’t. The stages are short, which helps if you’re seeking to improve score, stage rank and your character’s attributes, but it’s all very static. There are no graphical flourishes going on from courtyard to classroom; no moving cars, roaming birds or fluttering handbills. Empires of the Undergrowth
It attempts variety by occasionally having you shift the camera in three directions, or pinpoint mini-demons fluttering around before the girls can be orgasmed out of existence. The skill lies in learning, by visual recognition and name tags, all of the students and their specific erogenous zones. Hardened players, for example, will know that the blonde with pigtails and glasses likes the pheromones up top, and can build strings of ‘Ecstasy Shot’ combos to truly master the game. That said, Gal Gun is so leisurely on Beginner it teeters on boring. Expert Mode demands tighter wrist action and serves a modest challenge, but the game’s three hour runtime is mostly bolstered by its variety of routes, augmented by who you choose to “love” (non-reciprocally, of course) at the end of stage 1-2. Some options here are unlocked through extended play, and a few choice-based junctures occur during the adventure that affect the narrative. You’re also regularly offered options of whether to head off to the locker room, gym, library, etc., allowing you to tailor your scenery and uniform fetishes alike. The game is bursting with tacked-on secrets, endings, and collectible bonuses, from character profiles and journals to a shop full of lewd trinkets.
Boss battles are fairly sparse
and range from typical projectile shooting and timed target dispatching, to sections where you get to do a bit of finger rubbing and stick waggling to address an on-screen bind. These range from teasing a girl whose ass is stuck in an open window, freeing her through a process of heaving your analogs up and down, to destroying the tentacle-like tongues of monsters before they lick your fair maiden to death. The original PS Vita and PS4 releases had several infamous DLC packs in Japan, costing almost as much as the actual game. One, known as ‘Pheromone Z’, would remove clothing during camera zooms, while the other allowed adjustment of the cast’s breast sizes. Although we didn’t reach a point where these particular features were unlocked, this Switch version touts all previous DLC, including the dressing room, where you can switch your love interest’s garb. It also features an exclusive opening cinematic, which unimpressively flings the game’s art assets around the screen to an insufferably annoying song. The talkie bits in-between stages are trite, helium-induced bouts of cartoon waffle, updating you on your romantic pursuit as cutesy angels and demons attempt — and fail — to inject humour into proceedings. Elex II PS5
If that sounds like something you would normally skip, this isn’t a game for you. If you consider yourself an anime-infatuated Hikikomori, adjust the scoreline below to a 10. You’ll love it. Everyone else should genuinely consider whether spending their hard-earned money on this is the best way to get their rocks off. It’s also worth noting that Gal Gun diminishes the portability of the Switch by about 90%, because you almost certainly wouldn’t be seen dead playing it in public. Additionally, the stages house collectibles like Student Handbooks for more NPC information and opportunities for extra points. The difficulty isn’t really a factor here since everything is fairly elementary, even when playing on the supposed ‘Expert’ mode. Even if you have no experience with the on-rail shooter genre, you’ll quickly grasp the fundamentals and prevail across every stage with little challenge. It’s a welcoming experience above all else, which is ironic given the subject matter. There are a few boss fights, but once again, they require little thought for victory. The main menu contains the Academy Shop, which has a great variety of items.
On the quest to completion
These range from a Groin Protector for increased defense against girls emitting dominatrix energy to more camera angles for Doki-Doki mode. Oh, right, that’s a thing. So, players can pause time and increase the girls’ affinities when a specific gauge is filled up in a stage. Each girl reacts to touch differently, and figuring out where to feel them most effectively is the primary goal of this self-induced minigame. Further, concluding Doki-Doki mode initiates a bomb imbuing all surrounding girls with euphoria. Essentially, it’s great for dealing with crowds if things ever become overwhelming. The real draw of this game is replayability, since players can pursue romantic routes with several girls. For example, Houdai’s childhood friends, Shinobu and Maya, are selectable, alongside the angel Ekoro and the demon Kurona. The routes are transparently accessible, so there isn’t extraneous guesswork needed to view them in action. Further, the storylines and even some stages change depending on which route is chosen. However, the general gameplay loop retains, and, unfortunately, the lack of challenge can make progression monotonous. ELEX II
Playing this game in long sittings is where its dullness becomes more apparent. I recommend playing in small doses to keep the experience as fresh as possible. Thankfully, Action Events are present to provide a change of pace. During these segments, players perform a series of quick-time events to aid the respective girls in ‘appropriate’ ways and touch them in the right spots, similar to the Doki-Doki mode. Like the standard gameplay elements, these are unabashedly simple, but their brevity and placements in the middle of the routes are appreciated for memorability. There is also a Dressing Room in the main menu, which is just there for cosmetically altering the female cast as you see fit, and a Score Attack mode, which is exactly what it sounds like. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of this game is how each of the girls throughout the stages has their own identity, viewable via their Handbooks in the Roster menu.it becomes natural to recognize each of the girls and gradually form favorites.
This design choice makes the title boast a sort of homely, comfortable atmosphere where you feel like you’re getting to know everyone better the more you play. The last thing worth noting, regarding gameplay, is that touch-controls are incorporated in Handheld mode, at least for menus. While the lack of touch-screen utilization for gameplay is moderately disappointing, performance is smooth while docked and undockedGal Gun: Double Peace is exactly what it looks like, so you’re bound to know if this game will fit your library. Despite the evident dullness emitted by the gameplay loop’s repetition and lack of challenge, the cast is likable with humorous and charming writing. Plus, there is an impressive degree of content here for those who find themselves invested in the experience. This is also a perfect Switch game, making it an ideal title to play on-the-go for strangers to glimpse at and admire.
Add-ons (DLC):GAL*GUN: DOUBLE PEACE
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i3-550 / AMD Phenom II X4 964
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 / ATI Radeon HD 5870
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 10 GB available space
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i5-4460
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 10 GB available space
NOTE: THESE STEPS MAY VARY FROM GAME TO GAME AND DO NOT APPLY TO ALL GAMES
- Open the Start menu (Windows ‘flag’ button) in the bottom left corner of the screen.
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- Click Apply then OK.
- Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
- In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
- In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
- Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
- Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
- Once complete, try opening the game again
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