Gun Gun Pixies

Gun Gun Pixies

Compile Heart
Compatible with PlayStation Vita (PS Vita)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
24h In stock, usually ships within 24hrs.

US$61.99

Manufacturer
Compile Heart
Compatible With PlayStation Vita (PS Vita)
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Works on all systems sold worldwide.
24h In stock, usually ships within 24hrs
Price
US$61.99
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Original Name  ガンガンピクシーズ
Official Release Date Apr 27, 2017
Genre Third Person Shooting
Version  Japan
  CERO D (17+)
PAX-Code PAX0008476982
Catalog No.  VLJM-30231
Item Code  4995857094943

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Total votes:2

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justice_levi (35) on 25, May. 2017 23:53 (HKT)
A great premise utterly ruined by terrible gameplay elements and mechanics
Bullet Girls 2, from the same dev, Shade, was a game that was so much better than it had any right to be. Solid third person shooter gameplay with a super oddball concept. So I went in full force on Gun Gun Pixies due to how much I enjoyed Bullet Girls 2.

I can't speak to the story or characters, as I know zero Japanese, but the even more oddball, quirky and cool concept for this game cannot overcome it's MASSIVE issues in the gameplay departments.

How Shade regressed and made a worse third person shooter is beyond me. The hitboxes are TERRIBLE in this game, and actually hitting your target is simply way more trouble than it should be. It's far worse than in their previous TPS, and that's a crying shame.

The camera IS your worst enemy in this game. In tight quarters and/or corridors you can forget about having any control to see what YOU want to see. Want to aim down to see the ledge and plot out your jump? Guess again! That's not happening. Even in the open and getting too close to something behind you causes the camera to wig out far too much.

Couple the camera issues with the horribly implemented jumping/platforming mechanics and you have arguably the worst element of this game. Platforming is a significant part of this game, and it's handled so badly you'll want to pull your hair out. Pair that up with a horrible camera system and good luck squeezing any enjoyment out of this title. Oh, and if that wasn't enough, fall from a far enough height (and you will, with the poor controls and camera) and you will die instantly. Forced to start the mission all over again.

Oh, and the music is SUPER annoying, on a short loop and is worth mentioning how much it actually adds to the detraction of this game.

I wish this game was better, it SHOULD have been better. For the follow-up to Bullet Girls 2, this is an absolute failure. I can't recommend this game at all. The cool concept is not enough to slog through the absolutely awful gameplay elements. Honestly, just pass on this one, get Bullet Girls 2 if anything from Shade.
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Reviews2Go (1) on 18, May. 2017 08:09 (HKT)
Great Quirky Little Shooter
I loved this game. It's so weird and quirky, but it's charming. Platforming and shooting in giant rooms. Camera is a bit problematic but good, overall.
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