Gal*Gun 2 is out now in North America

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

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Gal Gun 2
PQube and Inti Creates has announced recently that Gal*Gun 2, the now infamous shooter series, which swaps bullets for boobage and paratroopers for pantsu, releases in North America today for both PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. They have also released a new launch trailer for the game which you can check out below.

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