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Gal Gun Double Peace Receives Limited Edition, Pre-order Bonuses

Gal Gun Double Peace, sequel to the acclaimed 2011 anime rail-shooter Gal Gun, has received a limited edition version. Developer PQube has unveiled more details on what goodies will be included in the deluxe Limited Edition of the game.

To start off, the new Limited Edition, titled Mr. Happiness Edition, will include the following:

- A kickass hot-pink box

- A copy of the game, obviously, which you can purchase for either the PS4 or PSVita

- A glossy, premium quality art book

- An original soundtrack CD

- A wall scroll featuring Shinobu and Maya

- A “Mr. Happiness” screen cleaner shaped like, well… a pair of panties

- Bonus costume DLC: Cunning Kunoichi, Wedding Dress, Sexy Ribbons, Sakurazaki Squad 777, and Ripped Uniform

In addition, anybody who pre-orders the Standard Edition will also receive the following bonus goodies from the Mr. Happiness edition, as a token of appreciation from PQube and Inti Creates:

- A glossy, premium quality art book

- Bonus costume DLC: Cunning Kunoichi, Wedding Dress, Sexy Ribbons, Sakurazaki Squad 777, and Ripped Uniform

If you’re interested, the limited Mr. Happiness edition is exclusive to retailer Rice Digital, and you can get it there while it’s hot for $99.99 USD (for PS4) or $94.99 (for PS Vita) with free delivery worldwide.  If the Standard Edition is good enough for you, you can also get it off Rice Digital for $64.99 (for PS4) or $49.99 (for PS Vita). The game will be releasing on July 15 for Europe and on July 19 in the US.

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