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Gals Panic SS

Gals Panic SS (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Saturn
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Kaneko


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Gals Panic SS review

Reviewed January 26, 2008

Sho says: "This atypically console-native edition of Gals Panic is hands down the best offering in the beloved “uncover a glowing silhouette to see some skin” genre – which is why it gets a seven. No seriously, it’s actually a surprisingly decent puzzle game featuring virtually identical gameplay to the arcade-only Gals Panic 4 along with that installment’s unusually tame content."
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