Gal Metal!

Compatible with Nintendo™ Switch (SW)
Version: Japan
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
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Gal Metal!
Gal Metal!
Gal Metal!
Gal Metal!
Gal Metal!
Gal Metal!
Gal Metal!

Product Features

  • Jam Your Way - A new spin on traditional music gameplay, Gal Metal eschews predetermined musical notes and lets the player create their own drumlines based on over a dozen beats. Practice the beats in your club room after school and wrack up unique combos to blow the aliens away in live performances
  • Unique Storytelling - Divided up into episodes ending in climactic concerts, the lighthearted story of Gal Metal unfolds in animated manga panels and text messages brimming with personality. The manga reads right-to-left for an authentically Japanese experience
  • Be an After-School Specialist - In between performances to take on the pesky aliens, you’ll manage your own life as a student. Improve your skills and friendships by doing part-time jobs, hanging out with your friends, and jamming in the club room
  • Show Your True Mettle - While the basic gameplay of Gal Metal is simple to learn, players who master the beats can earn millions of points by creating complex performances. How much metal power can you score?

Item Description

Take down alien invaders with the power of metal!

One night while on his way home from school, a high school boy is abducted by the Octoids, an extraterrestrial species bent on revenge. The boy's soul is transplanted into a high school girl's body in a sinister experiment. Now sharing a body, the duo must work together with her high school band, K.M.G. (Kichijoji Metal Girls) to defeat the aliens with their greatest weakness: metal!

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I want to love this....
First off, as a non-Japanese speaker/reader I found this relatively easy to understand. The graphics are simple and fun, and the story involves a giant flying octopus: so far so good.
The negatives are, though, that it is quite difficult to play.
There appears to be an issue registering the movement of the left joy-con. I have tried 2 separate left joy-cons, swapping hands (in case I am more rhythmic with my right hand,) and getting my wife (a grade 7 drummer) to try it and the left hits either only register 50% of the time, or register on the way back up.
It is a fun game, but progress is slow due to this. If it turns out I am doing something wrong I will amend my score!
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