Gun Gun Pixies coming west for Switch, PC in 2019

PQube handling publishing duties.

Gun Gun Pixies

PQube is bringing Gun Gun Pixies, Compile Heart’s Shade-developed third-person shooter for PS Vita in Japan in April 2017, to North America and Europe in 2019 for Switch and PC via Steam, the publisher announced. It will be released both physically and digitally.

Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:

Story

The crazy Japanese third-person shooter and 3D platformer in one sends two tiny girls from outer space to earth, so that they can infiltrate a women’s college dormitory. Once arrived, the Pixies stealthily bustle about the regular sized girls’ towering legs and rooms to fulfil their mission: study human behaviour in order to help overcome the social issues of their beloved home planet!

Day One Edition

If we didn’t have you at “tiny girls from outer space infiltrate a women’s dormitory”, the Day One Edition of Gun Gun Pixies comes in a special Nintendo Switch collector’s box that includes the game and a high quality artbook! Countless concept drawings, gorgeous key artworks, all characters in alternative outfits and more make this goodie an indulgence for every manga/anime lover.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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