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Gal Metal off to a slow start in Japan

Gal Metal, the new Switch rhythm game from Tak Fujii, has just launched in Japan. Unfortunately it seems the game hasn't really found an audience. At least not the physical version, that is. According to first day sell-through data, the game moved just 10% of its initial shipment to retailers.
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