Within this post we've included the fact sheet, screen shots and artwork Capcom prepared to exhibit Mega Man Star Force 3 for E3 this year. It's not a whole lot really, though the screen shots demonstrate each version's "ultimate form" pretty nicely. Have yourself a looksie. Release Date: June 30, 2009 Genre: Action Adventure, RPG Platform: Nintendo DS™ Rating: E Developer: Capcom® Price: $29.99
Game Description: Mega Man Star Force® returns in the most thrilling series adventure yet, delivering totally upgraded and cutting-edge online communication and device customization technologies through a portable RPG adventure that is brought to life in the iconic, action-driven Mega Man way! New to the series are “Noise Changes,” random enhancements that change Mega Man’s form and unlock new abilities. There are more than 100 transformations possible. Mega Man Star Force® 3 will be available in two versions, Red Joker and Black Ace, each with their own unique Noise Types.
Developed by the team behind the popular Mega Man Battle Network™ series, Mega Man Star Force® 3 picks up after the end of the last game. Geo Stelar and the rest of the gang are back in an all new adventure. With the advancement of the EM wave technology and other scientific advancements like the materialized executable program called “Wizard,” a malicious virus that threatens to take over the system. The side-effect is a high percentage of “Noise” that our hero will have to contend with. How can Geo Steler and his friends fight with the threat of “Meteor G” closing in on Earth? Moreover, what power can Mega Man harness by using the “Noise Change” system which controls the power of “Noise”?
Mega Man Star Force® 3 blends a unique formula of RPG exploration elements with fast-paced action, as players travel and battle between coexisting worlds, the physical world and the virtual Wave World. Players will encounter enemies in the virtual Wave World and battle them on three-by-five battle grids with their Battle Card deck. Mega Man Star Force® 3 also adds a new feature called “Rezon,” which allow players to fill in profiles about battles and their team name/symbol.
Features: • Two co-existing worlds – explore the real world in human form and transform into Mega Man to maneuver through the virtual “Wave World” • The main theme is ‘Noise’ and during battle the Noise Ratio is indicated on the screen. The Noise Ratio increases in different situations. As the Noise Ratio increases there are different effects. • Cyber battles feature an immersive third person view as players engage enemies in a 3x5 battle grid. • Cards now stack and are scattered randomly. Only the top card can be used when stacked. Mega-class and Giga-class cards have greater surface areas and are more likely to stack. • Each version will have different “Noise Change” probabilities and final transformations unique to each version. • There are more than 100 Mega Man forms (transformations) possible by utilizing “Noise Change”. • Each character has their own customizable Personal Page in the game where Battle Cards and information can be viewed and traded with friends to compare progress • There are two types of ultimate transformation – “Black Ace” and “Red Joker”
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