XSEED Games, the independent-minded publishing brand of Marvelous USA, Inc., today announced that Gal Metal, the free-form rhythm title from developer DMM GAMES, is now available digitally and at retail exclusively for Nintendo Switch™. The game can be purchased digitally on the Nintendo eShop for $29.99, with the “Encore Pack” DLC also available for $9.99 adding five new characters, each with their own unique story episode and song. The limited physical “World Tour Edition” of Gal Metal is available as well at select retailers for an MSRP of $39.99, including the “Encore Pack” DLC pre-installed on the game card and coming packaged with an exclusive set of Heavy Metal stickers featuring in-game characters.

Finally! It’s time to make some noise in the US and EU!” said Gal Metal Producer Tak Fujii, “Be a drummer! Form a band! Feel the groove and unleash your Joy-Con and yourself! Believe in the POWER OF METAL!

Humanity’s reckless broadcast of the Voyager probe’s Golden Record has ruined the relative peace and quiet of the galactic home to an eight-tentacled alien species, so they’ve come to earth to exact their revenge! Parking their invasion force over a quiet Tokyo suburb, the aliens abducted and merged the soul of a high school boy into the body of his classmate Rinko, who happens to be the drummer in her school’s all-girl metal club. Unfortunately for the aliens, this unlikely duo is determined to fight back with the only weapon they have: the power of Heavy Metal! Join up with fellow K.M.G. (Kichijoji Metal Girls) members Kia, Mani, Shiimi, and Erii, and unleash rocking drumbeats and metal riffs to protect the earth from these tentacled invaders while simultaneously trying to navigate daily life as a high school student.


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