[Super Nintendo] Mega Man X 3

Mega Man X 3
Full nameMega Man X 3
File size1.1MB
Region Europe Europe
Console Super Nintendo (Download Emulator)
Downloads17
Rating

Mega Man X3 is a video game released by Capcom for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). The game was first released in Japan in 1995. It is also the 3rd game in the popular Mega Man X series.

Story

At the beginning of season 3, Dr. Wily has figured out her evil way and wants to collaborate with Dr. Light again. But then, Dr. Wily will betray this respected doctor once again and rob Dr. Light’s scientific research. Mega man and his pet Rush then tried to find a way to stop the plot and fight against Dr. Wily and his eight new robot masters. The story will also begin from here when you will have to control Mega man to go into the most dangerous areas. Dr. Light also contributes to helping Mega man become stronger.

Gameplay

Mega Man 3 continues to use the distinctive gameplay of its predecessor but has also added a few new elements. The main characters now have the ability to slide long on the grass and have a pretty new roll dance. In this version, the game has integrated 8 different types of robots for 8 different levels. As you level up after each level of play, opponents will appear more to face and plow. The Pro Man appears in the middle of the screen. Each level also has mini-bosses to increase the challenge level. When you have cleared all the obstacles, at the end of the game, you will have a chance to face off against the robot boss. You have to find their weaknesses quickly to attack continuously if you don’t want to fail pretty quickly. Ammo types that you will be able to use throughout include mega buster and Rush. You can pick up larger ammo types, but unfortunately, it doesn’t always work.

The control layout of this game is similar to that in its previous installments. In the presentation, there were also descriptions of the levels from easy to difficult of the game.

Graphics and Sounds

The sounds and specialties are back. They have almost no change compared to Mega 1 and 2. Especially the legendary music on the keyboard sound is immutable and the sound when shooting also reminds people of this game.

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