Compile Heart announces Gun Gun Pixies for PS Vita

The latest from the developer of Bullet Girls.

Compile Heart’s countdown website launched last week is for a new PS Vita game called Gun Gun Pixies, a Dengeki online preview has revealed.

Developed by Shade, the studio behind Bullet Girls, Gun Gun Pixies is a gun action adventure game set in a women’s dormitory. To save their mother star from crisis, two dwarf alien girls must infiltrate a certain women’s dormitory on earth.

The main visual is illustrated by Katsuyuki Hirano, who is known for his work on the Record of Agarest War series and Genkai Tokki: Moero Chronicle:

Gun Gun Pixies

Here are a few screenshots:

Gun Gun Pixies

Gun Gun Pixies

Gun Gun Pixies

This week’s issue of Dengeki PlayStation, due out on November 10, has more details, specifically on “Boss Girls,” “Hostile Aliens,” and “Reward Scenes.” There is also a staff interview, with comments such as “This game was born from the thought of wanting to fight from a figure point of view” and “Peeping at a girl’s privates from a low angle is this game’s greatest enjoyment.” Information from the magazine is likely to leak in the early hours of November 8, eastern time.

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