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|Release Year:||1990||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
|Game Name:||Mega Man 3||Country/Region of Manufacture:||Japan|
|Take up your blaster weapon and confront the thieving Robot Masters as you assist your creator, Dr. Light, to assemble the required parts for his peace-motivated robot project. As Mega Man, you now have a sidekick dog named Rush, a combatant 'slide' move, and more firepower including a blaster gun — you also earn a special weapon after every completed stage. Enjoy an exhilarating gaming experience as you randomly traverse various game stages, eliminating enemies and collecting various assorted elements to ensure the successful creation of Gamma — a peacekeeping robot — by Dr. Light and his unlikely accomplice — former villain, Dr. Wily. Featuring many exciting features, such as powerups and bosses, the creatively designed Mega Man 3 combines functional platform aspects and enhanced action styles to ensure a dynamic, engaging, and easy-to-play adventure video game.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||5064|
|Product Key Features|
|Game Name||Mega Man 3|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Rating||KA-Kids to Adults|
|Control Elements||Joystick, Gamepad|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||21 rapid-fire levels Fight all-new, totally terrifying foes Call Rush, your dogdroid, for super transforming machines that speed you past danger! Introducing the "slide" move which allows Mega Man to duck behind cover and avo|
|Game Name Series||Megaman|
|Also Available in this Platforms||Windows, PC Games, Game Boy|
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Mega Man 3 nes
The Mega Man series sees itself move into the third installment of the franchise and the game play had remained the same. You are introduced to sliding, which would become a regular trademark in the Mega Man Classic series and also Rush. In addition to that, there is a new robot named Protoman, whom is Mega Man's brother. Speaking of Protoman, am I the only one who thinks he reminds me of Racerx from the cartoon Speed Racer? Anyhow, let us talk about the game itself and talk about the plot. Plot: Dr. Wily has said that he has “turned” over a new leaf and is working with Dr. Light to build Gamma. However, there are problems in this world caused by evil robots and it is up to Mega Man to stop them. Unknown to Mega Man, it was actually Dr. Wily that sent them out and continue his never-ending quest to try to take over the world. What made this different was that it had a little bit more of a plot in this one instead of just stopping Wily from taking over the world. There are also some battles with Proto Man more of a training battle but instead of him being pure evil. There is even a many battle with him under the name Break Man. Game Play: It is identical to the previous games and it's a Mega Man game. You are challenged and it just doesn't end with the robot masters and then go to Wily directly. This one introduces a mini boss battle; doc bots that have the powers from the Mega Man 2 robots and then you go to Wily Castle. There really isn't much to say about graphics and that everything is simple and you know what everything is. They are perfect for the NES time. You see, it wasn't complex but it was perfect and couldn't have been done better in my honest opinion. Before the Dr. Wily stages, you go to four Robot Master stages and try to beat them with different patterns. This would be the last Mega Man game in the NES series that you weren't allowed to go back to the stage to see if you can do better each and everytime. The challenge is there and each stage can vary based upon difficulty. It does take time on memorizing and does have the return of the Devil creature or as I call it the annoying blob monster that just wouldn't go away. There is also a boss that is difficult but not as bad as the first one with the Mega Man clone. There are three of them and only one is real but can be beaten fast. The final boss is Gamma and does have somewhat of a look that can resemble Guts Man but can beaten with one major blow. That Top Spin attack, while pretty much a useless weapon can actually knock out Gamma in one blow if timed right and the battle is over. There is some brief mention and you see Proto Man but more will be told. From the Mega Man Animated Series, I don't remember Top Man in an episode at all so he must have been the odd robot on this one. Those two never appeared in an episode but in Season 3 of Captain N, Top Man appears but mostly didn't look like the robot masters from the game or even somewhat resemble them but that's another story. There is something else to point out and that's Proto Man is quite a contrast to the games itself. On the show he is a villain and regularly help out Dr. Wily but won't let anyone but himself destroy Mega Man whilst in the game he doesn't go out of his way to destroy Mega Man but merely face him in competition. There's really nothing else I could say. The game kept you going and to be perfectly honest would be fitting to get a Virtual Console release.
Great nes old school game
This game is awesome. And the first megaman game to actually put megaman on the cover of hte box. On the first two he looked totally different, and i'm pretty sure on the cover of the first game he was yellow or something. Any way this game is great with new bosses to battle. REally fun, like all megaman games it has incredible replay value and can be impossible to put down at tiems. THis game is much harder than 1 or 2, and just as fun. The music is awesome and the graphics are good. Teh gameplay is incredibley simple but thats what makes megaman great. Many different techniques that can be learned as you progress through the game. The only thing never good about megaman (untill X started) are the storylines. Thats really the only bad thing about this game.
One of three best in the original series
Mega Man 3 was the first installment of the Mega Man series I ever played back when I was in First Grade and it's always been a favorite of mine. The controls are spot on; the music is excellent (gotta love Proto Man's theme) and the level design and bosses are top notch. The only thing I can think of that might discourage people from purchasing this game is it's difficulty; it's VERY hard. However it's also a game that you get a true sense of accomplishment when you beat it. In my opinion, Mega Man 3, along with 2 and 4; was the best in the original series and is a must-own NES game.
Mega Man 3 is, of course, the third installment in the original 8-bit NES Mega Man series. It first came to that system 18 years ago in 1990, and it was the first game in the series to be released to an already-established audience of franchise fans. The first Mega Man had come and gone with little fanfare, but Mega Man 2 had exploded onto the scene and found great success -- inspiring a wave of popularity for the franchise and the character. So by the time Mega Man 3 came around, Capcom could have decided to just make it a quick, cookie-cutter sequel. To cash in.
Great game, one of the best 8-bit Mega Man games.
Great game, definitely builds upon the bar set by Mega Man 2, and although not quite as challenging, definitely fun! The standard 8-bit NES graphics are good for its time, and hold up pretty well today. The music is surprisingly good. Length is almost perfect. A great entry in the Mega Man legacy!
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