Mega Man X3 (Super Nintendo Entertainment System, 1997)
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|The third and final Mega Man X game for Super NES features two playable characters and twice the number of secret items to collect. Mega Man X is joined by fellow Maverick hunter Zero this time around, who is playable in areas outside of boss fights. Located throughout many of the side-scrolling stages are heart tanks, health sub-tanks, and four types of part upgrades: helmet, leg, armor, and weapon. Also available to discover are four types of specialization chips and four suits of temporary, powered-up armor. The action otherwise follows the familiar blueprint of the sci-fi series, with eight themed stages filled with robotic minions to shoot down. Acquire each Maverick's signature weapon in preparation for the final encounter with the evil Sigma.|
|Game||Mega Man X3|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Violence|
|Number of Players||1|
|Game Special Features|
|Game Series||Mega Man X Series|
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- maxw-passApr 6, 2015by
Would buy again.
Game worked just fine and as described. Totally fine. Arbitrary limit that makes me type more characters.
- chase-22Dec 20, 2005by
Mega Man X3 review by churchboy1123
Awesome SNES game. The best Mega Man game of all time! I strongly recommend this game for avid Mega Man fans or for players looking for video game fun. Excellent replay value!
- jordanakajay1Mar 30, 2013by
I love x3 ! Not the best megaman, but really fun none the less
When I received the game in the mail and plopped it in my snes for the first time in 10 years, I realized why I paid over hundred bucks for a thing like this. It's alll for the NOSTALGIA, I can't play roms on emulators it is not the same. I love the creaking buttons on my snes, blowing on the cartridges.<br><br>You may not think this game is worth it, but once you play it how it was originally intended to be played on sues, you will understand why you paid that amount!
- allen.walkerJun 7, 2008by
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I like this product, i love the old game, i am a retro gamer.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
- acha9332Jul 11, 2013by
A proper send-off for the Super Nintendo
X and Zero are back once again to shred some scrap metal and save the day. You take on the role of X, but also get the option to play as Zero for the very first time and blast away. The adventure is a large one, with much more open worlds and plenty of weather and color variation to each stage. It boasts plenty of challenge, many upgrades allowing you to play the game differently, tough maverics to defeat, and a particular cameo rivalry that will make a fan of the original feel giddy with excitement. The game has fantastic controls, feels fast, has smart level design, and ruthless yet fair boss fights.<br><br>One of the negatives of this title would have to be its music. There must have been only two tracks that stood out and had the adrenaline-fueled vibe from the previous titles. These ones just seemed less memorable and less inspired. Another letdown is the bosses themselves. They also feel less memorable in both character design and boss-battle design. The boss battles lack variety as they all remain in the tight corridor while they repeat a pattern we've gotten used to from previous X titles. X2 has a boss that slowly removes your abilities. Another from X2 (ostrich) utilizes a huge playing field for a greater sense of speed and scale. X3's boss battles could have utilized more bits from the environment that themed the levels. The exception to this out of X3's bosses is the buffalo, which I personally enjoyed a lot, especially when I found the upgrade which allowed me to dash in mid-air, greatly improving my maneuverability and eased the stress of trying to do a wall dash jump.<br><br>This game may not have lived up to the standards of its incredible and glorified predecessors, but nonetheless it is still a very strong Mega Man X title and is a proper send-off for the Super Nintendo as we all awaited for the game changing Nintendo 64.Read full review