A PQube Tweet Said Gun Gun Pixies Will Take Aim At Nintendo Switches And PCs On September 6, 2019

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Back in March 2019, PQube confirmed it would bring the PlayStation Vita shooter Gun Gun Pixies to the NIntendo Switch and PC this year. Now, we know when it will arrive in North America and Europe. According to a now-deleted tweet from the official PQube Twitter account, it seems like people in North America and Europe will be able to help two aliens on September 6, 2019.


You can see an picture of the tweet below. It also included a trailer showing off the characters and their voice actresses. It also gave people a chance to hear the opening theme, “Mission: Commandoll.” It is sung by the voice actress for two of the game’s characters, Atsuko Katou (Kira) and Ayaka Imamura (Misa).


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In Gun Gun Pixies, two aliens known as the Pixie Team have been sent to Earth to observe human relations and learn how to get along with one another. People will follow Bee-tan and Kame-pon as they watch Amayo, Eri, Kira, Minami, and Misa, five college students. By shooting at the women, Bee-tan and Kame-pon can make them happy and learn more about them. They’ll also need to fight against enemies and bosses in each area. But, the Pixie Team duo need to take care not to be seen by the heroines they’re tracking.


Gun Gun Pixies will come to the Nintendo Switch and PC in North America and Europe on September 6, 2019. It is immediately available on the PlayStation Vita in Japan.

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