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Inti Creates today published the opening movie for Gal Gun Returns. It features the song “Illumination Love returns”, created by yo-yu and performed by the star heroine Kaname Nonomiya (Haruka Miyake).

Here’s the video:

Inti Creates has updated Dragon Marked for Death on Switch to version 3.1.5n. It comes with information about the “Fatigued State” in the tips section, a bit of updated language, and bug fixes.

The full patch notes are as follows:

PQube and Inti Creates today unveiled a special Birthday Suit Collector’s Edition for Gal Gun Returns. Rice Digital will be offering 3,000 copies of the special release.

Gal Gun Returns Birthday Suit Collector’s Edition includes a 100-page art book, soundtrack set of three CDs containing all the background music and vocal tracks, six metal pin badges that represent each of the main girls, a Gal Gun 10th-anniversary collector’s coin, six art cards for each of the heroines, special cover art insert, and a pair of Safety Goggles.

Here’s additional information about the extra goodies:

A new update has been released for Dragon Marked for Death. Here is the update changed:

An issue where players could see information on items after special upgrades despite not being able to equip them has been fixed.


Inti Creates has released a massive patch for Dragon Marked for Death. Version 3.1.3n has tons of changes for characters, quests, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

Azure Striker Gunvolt got its start on 3DS where the series saw two games. Inti Creates is now continuing the story with Azure Striker Gunvolt 3, which seems to be set for release in 2021 on Switch.

Inti Creates has mostly kept quiet after the initial reveal this past summer, but we’re dying to hear more. And so we spoke with the company’s CEO, Takuya Aizu, who commented on the game in general, how long it’s been in the works, and more. Additionally, outside of Azure Striker Gunvolt 3, Aizu as well as Inti Creates producer Matt Papa spoke about Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX, Blaster Master Zero 2’s Kanna Raising Simulator DLC, the future of Dragon Marked for Death, and the company’s support for Switch.

Our full discussion can be read below.

After the success of the original game, Inti Creates announced Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 at the end of June. Fans didn’t need to wait long to get their hands on the sequel as it launched just a few weeks later.

Recently, Inti Creates CEO Takuya Aizu and Curse of the Moon series director Hiroki Miyazawa spoke with Nintendo Everything about Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2. We chatted about how the game came about, the possibility of a sequel (and whether it could go 32-bit), and more.

Here’s our full discussion:

Bloodstained first made a name for itself with the Kickstarter campaign created by Koji Igarashi. After the Castlevania series languished for many years, fans were interested in seeing Igarashi do something new with the genre. But Igarashi’s project also spawned a completely different game from Inti Creates in the form of Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon, a retro action game.

It’s been well over two years since Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon was released, and ultimately it was a big success. Inti Creates CEO Takuya Aizu told Nintendo Everything that the game “is currently at over 600,000 copies sold, thanks in part to a boost powered by the release of Curse of the Moon 2.” We were also informed that more than half of those sales are on Nintendo’s console and Inti Creates is “very grateful to the Switch fans who have played the game so far.”

We’ll have more from Inti Creates soon, as we spoke with the company about Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 and a number of other topics.

Towards the end of its latest live stream, Inti Creates showed off lots of footage from the recently-announced Gal Gun Returns. Find the full recording below.

Gal Gun Returns is due out for Switch on January 28, 2021 in Japan and Asia. The western release is also planned for 2021.

Inti Creates has announced the latest addition to the Gal Gun franchise: Gal Gun Returns. The new game, which celebrates the series’ tenth anniversary, will launch on January 28, 2021 in Japan. It will release in the west at a later date.

Here are the first details and debut trailer: