Densetsu no Starfy 3

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Densetsu no Starfy 3
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Developer(s) TOSE/Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Director(s) Akio Imai, Azusa Tajima
Producer(s) Yasuhiro Minamimoto,
Hitoshi Yamagami,
Shin Kondo (general producer)
Character Design Possibly Koutarou Shinoki
Composer(s) Morihiro Iwamoto
Release date(s) Japan</span August 5, 2004
(Game Boy Advance release)
Japan</span April 6, 2016
(Wii U VC)
Genre "Marine Action" game (platformer with elements of swimming in the water)
Rating(s) CERO: CERO: A (Ratings prior to March 2006) CERO: All ages
Platform(s) GBA
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer (Minigames)
Serial code(s) AGB-B3DJ-JPN

Densetsu no Starfy 3 (Japanese: 伝説のスタフィー3, literally Legendary Starfy 3 or Legend of Starfy 3) is the third game in The Legendary Starfy series, released only in Japan. It is the last game in the series released for the Game Boy Advance. The game came with stickers of Starfy and Starly decorated with iridescent glitter, known as the Starfy & Starly waterfall sparkly stickers (Japanese: スタフィー&スタピーたきなキラキラシール).

It was released in Japan for Wii U Virtual Console on April 6, 2016 for 702 yen (including tax).[1]

Story

The story of Densetsu no Starfy 3 takes place sometime after the events of Densetsu no Starfy 2.

Starfy was walking around Pufftop Palace, when suddenly he tripped, the clouds began to darken and debris began to fall from the sky; shocking everyone in the area. A Pufftop Guard was panicking and asked king Papa Star what was happening. The Pufftop Guard thought this was nonsense and wondered if Ogura had escaped again. Papa Star replied that it was nonsense and explained that Ogura was in no doubt sealed in the jar. They began to wonder why this was happening.

The scene changes to show an unknown being sitting on a chair. He wondered if Ogura had conquered Pufftop yet. On realizing he hadn't, the unknown being struck a lightning bolt on the jar, destroying it completely and releasing Ogura. Ogura floats over to Starfy and others, telling them that the jar had been smashed into small pieces. Ogura explains that he won't be defeated as long as he has a personage by his side and attacks Moe and Starfy, leaving them dizzy. Ogura then flies far away from Pufftop, laughing.

Starfy, Moe, Papa Star stick together and discuss the situation. Moe wonders what Ogura meant by the personage. Papa Star says as the problem stands they cannot afford to leave it alone. He tells Moe and Starfy that they must pursue Ogura and defeat him somehow. Moe becomes angry and calls Papa Star an idiot. He notes that the jar has already been smashed into pieces, and believes on all accounts their adventure isn't going to be beneficial. Papa Star becomes angry with Moe and asks "what are you talking about?", arguing that the peace of Pufftop is at stake.

Later, "a girl" appears. She jumps around Pufftop Palace and bounces off Moe. She asks why Starfy and others are "wasting time", which angers Moe. The name of the girl is called Starly. Starly pushes both Starfy and Moe off of the edge of Pufftop towards the ocean while they resist. Starly successfully pushes them off of the edge and then jumps off with them. As in Densetsu no Starfy and Densetsu no Starfy 2, this time accompanied with both Starly and Moe, Starfy arrives at Lobber's Cave.

Starfy, Starly and Moe's quest is to bring peace back to Pufftop, as they find out about the unknown being and pursue Ogura. On the way, Starfy, Starly and Moe travel through ten stages, fight bosses and help solve other character's problems. It is revealed early in the game in a flashback that Ogura was actually working for Evil a long time ago, since Ogura was young. He ordered Ogura to conquer Pufftop and defeat the legendary Starfy. Yugudorajii tells Starly that Ogura fled towards Coral Coast muttering something. In the flashback it is revealed that he was muttering "not good, not good" and was rushing to find Evil.

Stages

List of glitches

Main article: List of glitches in the Game Boy Advance games#In Densetsu no Starfy 3

Follow the link above for a list of glitches in Densetsu no Starfy 3.

List of soundtrack

Main article: Densetsu no Starfy 3/Soundtrack

There are 56 different tunes in this game, that are unlockable in the Sea Jams; a menu where music can be played that is available in Moe's House by selecting Wotsaruto after completion of the game.

No music is available in the Sea Jams at first. Individual tracks must be unlocked by clearing past levels, and purchasing them in Jojiro's Shop. Music which the player has yet to unlock appears as "????????".

The player can receive Tone of Ocean Rock as a free gift from Jojiro after purchasing every item in the Shop.

List of Items

Main article: Densetsu no Starfy 3/Items

Follow the link above for a list of Items in Densetsu no Starfy 3.

List of Stuff

Main article: Densetsu no Starfy 3/Stuff

Like in Densetsu no Starfy 2, there are 99 different Stuff in Densetsu no Starfy 3. These are clothes and accessories which Starfy and Starly can wear to dress up. They can be unlocked by obtaining them in stages, purchasing them in Jojiro's Shop, and clearing 'Hard' mode for each minigame.

Follow the link above for a list of stuff with screenshots and details on how to unlock each item.

Trading Cards

Main article: Densetsu no Starfy 3/Trading Cards

After beating the game, an option called the Trading Cards becomes available in Moe's House, by selecting the book full of cards. It is basically the same as the Picture Book feature that appeared in the previous games, i.e. a listing of characters and enemies that the player has seen or beaten, with comments by Moe. As with Densetsu no Starfy 2, the entries are categorized by Stage and Vehicle enemies. There are 229 entries for the Trading Cards in this game.

Follow the link above for a listing of all entries with relevant data.

Unused content

Main article: Densetsu no Starfy 3/Unused content

Follow the link above for a list of unused content in Densetsu no Starfy 3.

Credits

Main article: Densetsu no Starfy 3/Credits

Follow the link above for the Staff Credits in Densetsu no Starfy 3.

Trivia

External links

References

  1. 伝説のスタフィー3 | Wii U | 任天堂 - Official Japanese Nintendo site (in Japanese).