Gun Gun Pixies

released on Apr 27, 2017

Tiny aliens battle other tiny aliens at a woman's dormitory in this 3rd person shooter


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recuerdo que llegue a jugar a esta vaina recién empezaba en este nicho de juegos japones mas underground y jugaba a cualquiera cosa que tuviera un mínimo de estilo anime, de hecho de manera no ironica creía que Idea Factory/Compile Heart creaba buenos juegos . lo unico "rescatable" es que había un mini crossover con la saga Neptunia y podías entrar al cuarto de Noir.

con el paso de los años fui evolucionando y también familiarizándome con este nicho y veo atrás cuando empecé en esto y recuerdo todos los juegos mediocres estilo anime en los que llegue a perder en mi tiempo (de hecho sin ir más lejos yo tengo unos cuantos años que ya no compro ni uso steam, pero si me metiese y viera mi wishlist vería vestigios de esa época, ya que mi wishlist está repleta de ese tipo de juegos). en cambio en la actualidad me tiro literalmente minutos u horas pensando en decidir ahora que jugaré de mi backlog y si realmente valdrá la pena invertirle mi tiempo. a pesar de que poco a poco voy moviendo las reviews de juegos y visual novels que termine años atrás (y aún me faltan bastantes, pero me da un poco de paja xD), realmente creo que Gun Gun pixies será de los pocos kusoges que llegue a jugar en esa época los cuales les hare reviews, no perdere mi tiempo ni tampoco quiero trayendo reviews de toda la basura que juegue en esa época y prefiero traer cosas que mínimo tenían cierto nivel de calidad, la unica razon por la cual traigo esta review es porque me apareció este juego de manera random mientras navegaba por backloggd y al final aunque es un juego mediocre y una perdida de tiempo, al menos si desconectas el cerebro puede ser más o menos divertido, en especial si lo juegas en la psvita que es donde considero que este tipo de juegos mas brilla.

al final creo que esto es algo por lo que la mayoría de personas han pasado no solo aquí sino en cualquier cosa que no esté tan masificado y es que en esa época realmente había muy pocas personas las cuales te podían guiar o podías usar como referente en que si valía la pena y que no y los pocos que habían solo hablaban de sagas mainstreams como FF o juegos de bandai (cosa que si me conocen sabrán lo que opino de ellos...) y ni hablar de que casi no habían reviews y si había eran en japonés. muchos hemos tenido que aprender a prueba y error y sacando nuestras propias conclusiones en base a años de experiencia jugando cuanta porquería existiese.

aparte de para llevar un log de todo lo que hacía y jugaba, también esta fue la razón por la cual hace ya mas de 4 años empecé a hacer reviews más serias desde un punto de vista analítico, para poder ayudar a personas las cuales recién iniciaban en este nicho y no se sintiesen perdidas (y aunque en un principio hacías mis reviews en inglés, al final decidí hacerlas en español ya que quería que más personas de habla hispana se interesasen por este tipo de juegos).

The only way to describe this game is as a horny atrocity

I originally imported this game from Japan thinking it was going to be weird enough to be worth that effort. I was right.

This is a weird game. I really don't want to say too much about it because if you are interested, it's a trip and you should experience it blind.

I was actually shocked when this game got an English release. I picked it up on steam really cheap and the port runs well on my garbage laptop.

Play it if you are curious but don't expect anything groundbreaking. It's basic third person shooter gameplay, and I mean basic. But it has a charm to it and I can't deny it hooked me in the first place.

Curiousity killed the cat, as the cool kids say. They say that right?

Pleasantly mediocre. Similar to Gal Gun in that it feels like it comes from a team of guys who wanted to make a fun fanservice-filled time but it is definitely less fun than Gal Gun. The premise is cute and I enjoy the localized conflict and small-scale interactions. The gameplay sections are fairly repetitive and not very smooth. I wish the hookshot was unlocked for any room you had already explored once. Character designs are cute and Bee-tan and Kame-pon make a fun protag duo. Some mission objectives are annoying like having to search specific spots where you can't see the hint sparkles from anywhere in the room as well as "eliminate all the enemies" missions. Difficulty is nonexistant and it's probably easier to S-rank every mission than it is to C-rank every mission which makes missions where you just have to kill enemies very boring.

Lemme start by setting the record straight: I feel that this game is a "kusoge", or "shit game" in English. That title does carry some merit to it though; The game itself is usually pretty bad, but there's a certain charm that draws you to it, where you can enjoy it despite its low quality. Gun Gun Pixies is my kinda kusoge.

Imagine, if you will, a cross between Mister Mosquito and Chibi-Robo: Plug Into Adventure, but significantly hornier. (Since that explanation makes no sense, here's one in layman's terms.) A collaboration between Hyperdimension Neptunia creators Idea Factory/Compile Heart, and Bullet Girls series developers SHADE Inc, Gun Gun Pixies is an action-platformer-shooter developed for the Playstation Vita.

Gun Gun Pixies is a game about a pair of pixie girls inhabiting a girl's dorm, observing their behaviors and solving their problems, all while remaining undetected. You're tiny, and the dorm girls are huge in comparison. The game has a nice sense of scale. You'll learn routes to platform around the game's rooms, avoid detection, collect coins and intel, and shoot down little squid enemies (that literally look like condoms, again, horny). It's not all that great though.

For one thing, the controls are extremely sensitive. You can change the sensitivity of the camera, but your character will always move at a highly brisk pace. This wouldn't be too much of a problem if the platforming didn't require a decent bit of precision, and the fact that you can die instantly due to falling from too high up doesn't help matters either.

That being said, the game is unashamedly horny, to an extreme that makes it funny, in my eyes. There are boss battles where the girls are doing outrageous(ly horny) things, and you have to pump them full of happy bullets in order to make them orgas--I MEAN, get exhausted and calm down. A run-and-gun boss fight against a kaiju giantess. I think I can name like, one other game that's done something like that. The game's just really voyeuristic in nature. Of COURSE all the girls wear skirts, so you'll constantly be looking up at their panties as you go about your business. The characters themselves and their relationships are actually pretty charming, especially the pixies themselves.

Sexy games with a lot of tongue-in-cheek humor are absolutely my guilty pleasure, and it's why I can't pass on Gun Gun Pixies, even with its glaring flaws. If you want to live out your giantess/voyuerism fantasies, this game is right up your alley. If you're looking for something with quality gameplay, you may wanna pass if you aren't in it for the horny.