Gun Gun Pixies

A third-person shooter about tiny alien girls scampering around a girls’ dormitory in an attempt to understand human behaviour.

Developer: Shade
Publisher: PQube
Available on: Nintendo Switch

Cover Game Articles

Shade: A Brief History - This time around, we’re taking a close look at a couple of games from a specific company. The two games aren’t directly related to one another, but they’re both from the same rough “era” of gaming, and I thought they both looked interesting. The two games are Gun Gun Pixies and Bullet Girls Phantasia from Shade Inc, and I … Continue reading Shade: A Brief History
Gun Gun Pixies: Tiny Girls, Huge Hearts - One thing I always like to see is when developers get a bit experimental. Idea Factory and Compile Heart have always been good at this, and their numerous experiments over the last ten years or so have really allowed them to hone their craft, showing marked improvements from their earlier PS3 titles up until today. … Continue reading Gun Gun Pixies: Tiny Girls, Huge Hearts
Bullet Girls Phantasia: Enlisting for Duty - When I started this Cover Game feature, I figured that these two games by Shade would be fairly similar to one another. After all, they’re both third-person shooters featuring cute girls and a certain amount of fanservice to enjoy. Taking games with what I assumed to be a similar “feel” to them as a guideline, … Continue reading Bullet Girls Phantasia: Enlisting for Duty
Bullet Girls Phantasia: The Art of Erotica - There’s a distinct lack of nuance in a lot of modern video game analysis when it comes to anything even the slightest bit erotic, and, as we’ve previously discussed, this is something we could all stand to be a bit better at. With this in mind, Bullet Girls Phantasia seems like an ideal candidate to look at … Continue reading Bullet Girls Phantasia: The Art of Erotica
Bullet Girls Phantasia: A Tale of Three Worlds - One of the things I find endlessly fascinating about Japanese popular media is how it blends disparate, seemingly incompatible things together to produce something altogether unique. That’s certainly the case with Shade’s Bullet Girls Phantasia, a game which pops elements of Cute Girls Doing Cute Things, military action, fantasy fiction and Norse mythology into a big bowl … Continue reading Bullet Girls Phantasia: A Tale of Three Worlds

Other Articles about Gun Gun Pixies

The MoeGamer 2019 Awards: The “Are You Lost?” Award - The MoeGamer Awards are a series of “alternative” awards I’ve devised in collaboration with the community to celebrate the sorts of things that never get celebrated in end-of-year roundups! Find out more here — and feel free to leave a suggestion on that post if you have any good ideas! — The next award comes courtesy of … Continue reading The MoeGamer 2019 Awards: The “Are You Lost?” Award
Waifu Wednesday: Amayo Sato - It’s not something I see people talk about a whole lot, but I get the impression the fantasy of having a sibling you don’t already have — particularly an older sister — is quite a popular one among certain portions of the population. I’m not even talking about a sexual fantasy here; I’m simply referring … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Amayo Sato
Waifu Wednesday: Bee-Tan - I respect anyone who knows what they want, and who is not afraid to freely express those things that they want, regardless of how it makes them look. Pixie Team’s Private Usamael, better known by her codename Bee-tan, certainly falls into this category. Despite hailing from a planet that has largely lost the knack of … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Bee-Tan
Let’s Respect Each Other’s Tastes (Or: “This Game Isn’t For You, and That’s Okay”) - Whenever any creative person sits down to compose something, they inevitably do so with a particular audience in mind. Sometimes that audience is as simple as the creator themselves; they want to write something that simply expresses themselves, and if it happens to resonate with anyone else, that’s a happy bonus. Sometimes a creator makes … Continue reading Let’s Respect Each Other’s Tastes (Or: “This Game Isn’t For You, and That’s Okay”)


Ending Guide

For all endings, you’ll need to start Story mode from the beginning, but if you save after an ending (your save will just say “Story” or “Menu”) you can restart with all your weapon, ammo, costume, lingerie and scope upgrades intact. On subsequent playthroughs you can press L or ZL to fast-forward dialogue sequences.

The few dialogue choices in the game do not affect the ending you get; they are just small variations on the scene in question.

Endings will trigger after the final mission is complete, before the credits. You’ll get a CG of the girl you got the ending for and a unique dialogue sequence with them.

Free Mode missions do not count for Story mode progression. Rank does not matter (except in the case of the 6th ending) and you do not need to acquire all Picoins or Information.

Amayo, Misa, Kira and Minami endings

In order to get the specific endings for each of these girls, you must trigger more optional events for them than anyone else. In order to do this, visit the relevant girl’s room when it is not mission-critical and shoot all their available body parts (usually head, upper body, lower body and, later in the game, butt; check the Scope to see all the available targets) to trigger a dialogue sequence for each. When you complete the game, you’ll get a scene with the girl you saw the most optional events for, unless you fulfilled the requirements for one of the other endings.

Minami’s is probably the trickiest to get as she is not present from the beginning of the game and you have the fewest opportunities to catch her for optional events. Make sure you don’t trigger any Amayo, Misa and/or Kira events prior to her arrival to ensure you get her ending. Also note that Neptune and Noire events in the fourth mission do not count towards any endings.

At some points in the story it is mandatory to shoot a particular girl to progress the mission; these do not count as optional events because… well, they’re not optional!

Eri ending

In mission 5-1, visit Kira and Misa’s room when you get the opportunity. Hop onto the desk and shoot the picture of Kira and Misa until you deplete its health bar for a scene. Once you do this, you’re guaranteed Eri’s ending, regardless of how many optional events you’ve previously triggered.

6th ending

Get a “C” rank on every “Pacification” mission in a complete Story mode runthrough. This is actually surprisingly difficult to do; the best way to achieve this is to take 75% damage (all clothes lost, do not heal at a Sniping Spot) and have less than 40% accuracy. Shoot into empty space for a while before taking on the girl and you should be able to achieve this. Be careful using the rapid-fire guns, as since they fire three shots in a spread it’s actually possible to exceed 100% accuracy if you hit the girl repeatedly with all three bullets!

If you fail to get a “C” rank on one of these missions, make sure you do not save so you can try again without having to start over!

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