About This GameThe Craziest Shooter Yet!
Help swarms of girls escape their demon possessions by using your Pheromone Shot gadget for euphoric exorcisms.
A Gorgeous New Cast!
Woo the girl of your dreams in a twisting, turning story full of surprises. With the aid of alluring angel Risu, become romantically entangled with girl-next-door Chiru and childhood sweetheart Nanako.
Become a Knight in Shining Armor!
Manage your schedule to receive quests from the academy’s love-struck girls, and satisfy their demands to unlock new missions and story scenes.
Harness the Power of Vacuuming!
Equip the awesome Demon Sweeper gadget, capable of sucking up Gal*Gun 2’s pesky demon menaces… and perhaps some clothing too!
Full Motion Controls
Throw yourself into the middle of the action, and beware approaches from all angles!
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 7, 8.1, 10 (64 bit only)
- Processor: Intel Core i5-4670 / AMD FX 8350
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 / AMD Radeon RX 570
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 8 GB available space
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This is positive rewiev, because i still had fun playing this game, but its not as good as Gal*Gun Double Peace. (so i will mostly complain about its shortcomings)
This game is basicaly Gal*Gun VR minus the VR plus story. Its not on rails shoter anymore, instead you move along "hotspots" from which you can freely look around and shot thru waves of incoming shoolgirls and once all girls are taken care off you move to next hotspot. So there no longer is the carefully crafted expirience where devs could influence where the camera is looking, when each girl will come runing into your line of sight and how long you have to grab bonus items. That said there no longer is hunt for student books, or hidden treasures. And there is no point in trying to aquire high score either. There is no achivement for geting high score, there is no rankings, there is no endings board where you could compare your runs. There also is no currency you could gain from quests or from hidden items to buy upgrades …… so as long as you survive it doesnt matter how well you did. Dissapointing ….
So as you can tell, the action part of game is seriously lacking compared to GGDP.
What is still good is the comedy. There is lot of funny and perverted scenes and i had lot of fun with the dialogue in general.
Story itself is another thing tho. Game doesnt bother giving you any kind of intro, you are suddenly given VR googles and demon sucking gun for no reason and you are told to hunt demons so you can fill your demon hunting quota, you have 20 days to do so, GO! ……..
I have seen 2 endings so far and lets just say i wasnt impressed at all. Thats another area where GG2 is lacking.
This is ofcoure console port. It didnt crash for me as GGDP often did. (so its way more stable … at least for me)
If you play this with keyboard and mouse, it has bit awkward menu navigation but once you get in the action part of the game i didnt notice any problems with m&k controlls.
As I said at begining, i still had fun playing this game, but my expectations were so mutch higher ….. its hard to really recommend this.
Where Gal*Gun Double Peace was really great game, GG2 is merely average with perversion and hillariousness being its only redeeming qualities.
The setting and concept remains as amusingly ‘ecchi’ as ever, of course, and the basic ‘railshooter’ gameplay is still fairly solid. However, compared to its predecessor, a lot of things seem to have been dumbed down or simplified significantly. There are several intriguing new additions that COULD have given the game enough ‘newness’ to qualify as a worthy successor, had so much of what WORKED in the previous game not fallen by the wayside. For example, the entire ‘dating-sim’ overlay from the previous games is gone – you don’t have any personal stats, and your conversation-choices during scenes affect exactly nothing…
On top of that, there are a number of thoroughly perplexing design-choices present. The character profiles that, in the previous game, gave the basic ‘enemies’ you fought a fleshed-out personality, turning them into proper CHARACTERS, is missing for some bizzare reason. The vast majority of the girls were IN the previous game too, so they could’ve just copy-pasted it all and added a few things here or there, but they decided to just… drop it. Indeed, interacting with characters other than the three primary girls has become painfully token. There are also very few of the high-quality CG’s that previous games had – with several scenes that seem to cry out for one lacking anything of the sort – and no way to review the few you CAN find after the fact.
While the previous game had an extensive ‘upgrade shop’, offering a variety of benefits and adding depth to the game, this one has the ability to upgrade your two main pieces of gear in a linear fashion, using parts that drop randomly from missions… and even THAT rather limited progression can be very easily lost, since a rather short series of side-quests that can be done very early in the game will permanently lock off the upgrade-system when completed. And while upgraded gear carries over to New Game+, unused spare parts do NOT. All of which is perhaps the best available evidence that this game just wasn’t properly thought through…
There are no more minigames, all the boss-fights are insultingly easy, and 75% of them are effectively identical, despite the character in question claiming that she’s WAY more powerful each time around. The Doki-Doki Mode has gone from being, perhaps, a bit too hard to figure out, to being so straightforwards as to be meaningless.
So in conclusion – if this game looks interesting to you, go play Gal*Gun: Double Peace instead. If you already played it, and just REALLY want more of something similar, then by all means, go ahead and try this game out… you might get a fair few hours of entertainment out of it before the ultimately shallow experience wears out its welcome.
Edit: Just nominated this game for the "Best Environment" Steam award because it’s far better than our hell hole world.
Took almost 8 hours to beat my first route and that was with skipping to the last day after meeting the requirements. There are at least 7 routes as I understand it so to clear just the all the routes would take around 56 hours or more considering I skipped to the final day. An that isn’t even getting into the amount of time required to get all the girls phone numbers and items/outfits. Definately alot of content to be had here.
The game obviously was designed to work with VR and it can if you download a patch. Odd that they didn’t include it in relese.
Just discovered panic button game is now 10/10!