Dezaemon 3D

Dezaemon 3D

Dezaemon 3D is more of a game creator than an actual game. While it ships with two games, what really makes the cartridge special is the editor. It is far more than a level editor - you can use it to design your own 3D shooting game! In fact, both...

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Name Dezaemon 3D
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Platform Nintendo 64
Release Date June 26, 1998
Game Type
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Athena
Publishers Athena
Genres Sandbox, Shooter
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
Rating

Community Rating: 5
Total Votes: 2
Wikipedia https://tcrf.net/Dezaemon_3D
Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytWLskTPLUg
Overview
Dezaemon 3D is more of a game creator than an actual game. While it ships with two games, what really makes the cartridge special is the editor. It is far more than a level editor - you can use it to design your own 3D shooting game! In fact, both games were done with the very same editor. Designing 3D models, doing textures and composing a hit song are no small tasks mind you, so if you are more of the impatient type, you can skip the editor and head straight for the two sample games, Solid Gear and Usagi. Both games are shooters, but that is the only thing they have in common. Solid Gear is a "serious" (and a difficult) shooter, where you are in a middle of a war, shooting enemy warships, tanks and even mechs. Usagi is your typically untypical Japanese weirdness where you must defend yourself against robots, missiles... and bunnies. A whole lot of bunnies.
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