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DescriptionThird title in the Ganbare Goemon series of platform/adventure games which cast you as the heroic Goemon as he attempts to save feudal Japan from all sorts of wacky evildoers. This time around, a time-travelling machine threatens all of Japan and thus Goemon and co. must jump into the future to stop the machine.
The game alternates between a top-down world map view in which your characters explore the gameworld and side-scrolling stages in which the main action lies. As in most games of the series there are also loads of mini-games and unique gameplay sequences such as maneuvering Goemon's giant mecha.
The game continues the tradition of bizarre humor unique to the series, you can play as either Goemon or any of his 3 companions, Ebisumaru, Sasuke or Yae with each sporting unique weapons and abilities and also with their own dialogue options and cutscenes, which feature sitcom-like pre-recorded laughs for added wackiness.
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Zovni (9384) added Ganbare Goemon 3: Shishi Jūrokubee no Karakuri Manji-gatame (SNES) on Mar 02, 2007
Director (でれくたあ) :
Etsunobu Ebisu (えつのぶ えびす)Producer (ぷろでゅーす):
Shigeharu Umezaki (しげはる うめざき), Konami Co. Ltd. [こなみ かぶしきがいしゃ]Planning & Script (きかく・きゃくほん):
Koichi Ogawa (こういち おがわ), Goemon 3 Planning Committee [ゴエ３ せいさく いいんかい]Programmers (ぷろぐらまーず):
Etsunobu Ebisu (えつのぶ えびす), Makoto Yamaguchi (まこと やまぐち), Osamu Maruyama (おさむ まるやま), Tomoharu Okutani (ともはる おくたに), Takeshi Maekawa (たけし まえかわ), Nobuhiro Matsuoka (のぶひろ まつおか), Masatsugu Nagata (まさつぐ ながた), Yasuhiro Yamamoto (やすひろ やまもと), Tamotsu Goto (たもつ ごとう), K. Yoshida (Chacha Yoshida [ちゃちゃ よしだ]), Shigeharu Umezaki (しげはる うめざき)Character Designers (きゃらくたあ・でざいな・ず):
Koichi Ogawa (こういち おがわ), Kōji Horie (Holy Koji! [ほーりー こーじい！]), Madoka Yamauchi (まどか やまうち), Kazue Hamagaki (かずえ はまがき), Keiko Ōhashi (けいこ おおはし), Mika Nakasako (みか なかさこ), Shigenori Kiwata (しげのり きわた), Tetsu Akasaka (てつ あかさか), Takayuki Nishiwaki (たかゆき にしわき)