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Bishi Bashi Special 3: Step Champ (PlayStation)

Bishi Bashi Special 3: Step Champ PlayStation Title screen

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Bishi Bashi 3: Step Champ is a conversion of the arcade with the same name. This time around dancing and feet coordination is key to success as this outing is specially made to be played with Konami's Dance Dance Revolution dance mat.

As usual with the Bishi Bashi games, it's full to the brim with random and rather off-beat mini-games that often times pokes fun at Konami's own franchises (such as Track & Field and Beatmania). Most of the mini-games are either of the button mashing variety (such as the mini-game in which the player has to throw a tantrum faster than his siblings to get a toy by stomping his feet on the ground repeatedly), but there are also games where the player has to time which button to press (one such game is very similar to Dance Dance Revolution).

Up to three players can face off against one another to determine who is the ultimate Step Champ.

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Bishi Bashi Special 3: Step Champ PlayStation The end of a mini-game!
Bishi Bashi Special 3: Step Champ PlayStation This is an interesting take on the javelin throw from <moby>Track & Field</moby>
Bishi Bashi Special 3: Step Champ PlayStation Quickly climb the stairs to win. Take too many steps, however, and you will fall off and plunge into the sea.
Bishi Bashi Special 3: Step Champ PlayStation Catch the hamburgers on your head to win.

Alternate Titles

  • "ビシバシスペシャル3 ステップチャンプ" -- Japanese spelling

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Parf (7195) added Bishi Bashi Special 3: Step Champ (PlayStation) on Oct 01, 2009