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Gal*Gun 2

Apr 13, 2018 - Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

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Critics Recommend

6.5 / 10
Hobby Consolas
68 / 100
5.5 / 10
God is a Geek
6 / 10
Nintendo Life
5 / 10
PlayStation LifeStyle
6 / 10
6 / 10
Push Square
3 / 10
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Gal*Gun 2 - Action Trailer

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Gal*Gun 2 - Official Gameplay Trailer

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Critic Reviews for Gal*Gun 2

Nothing in Gal*Gun 2 tries to go beyond what the series has done before.

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"Fan service" in its purest state: if you like anime, "eroge", rail shooters, date sims and japanese weirdness (shoot pheromones to fight demons, really?), then Gal Gun 2 has all you've been looking for. The rest of the players should approach with caution and open mind: its absurd humor and the way it handles the female roles may scare your away.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Gal*Gun 2 feels the same as its predecessors with its visual novel style and its rail shooter gameplay with students that do not wear many clothes. This game is for a very specific group of players.

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Gal*Gun 2 is a fun time if you haven't played the previous entry but quite a drag if you have with some weird design decisions throughout.

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Gal*Gun 2 offers an on-rails shooter experience that gets very familiar and repetitive far too quickly, without ever really providing enough content to keep you hooked. The pure fantasy element of the scenarios at hand is certainly the selling point, but the gameplay that surrounds it isn't strong enough to justify a purchase. If you're a fan of the series' earlier titles, or if the art and plot appeal to your tastes, you'll likely get something from the game, but anyone looking for great gaming action will likely be pretty disappointed.

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It's frustrating that Gal*Gun 2 is obsessed with sex as a plot point, mechanic, and motivator, in spite of everything else it has going for it.

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6 / 10

It's sad that the gameplay is really weak. Perhaps in the next game developers will be able to offer a slightly more diverse story and sets of mini-games, but for now we have a very average shooter that exploits the same idea with sexy girls and anime cliches for six hours of playing time.

Review in Russian | Read full review

Gal*Gun 2 will once again grab the headlines for all the wrong reasons, but what those will fail to tell you is that the underlying experience isn't worth any sort of price to begin with. Once the perverse novelty wears off, you're left with a bare-bones shooter that sorely needs to come off the rails it is tied to if it wants to create any excitement.

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