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Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 3
|Mystery dungeon series|
|Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 3 - Fushigi no Dungeon|
|Developer(s)|| Chunsoft, Matrix Software|
Rakish (GBA port)
|Platform(s)||Sony PlayStation 2, Game Boy Advance|
|Release date(s)|| PlayStation 2|
|Genre(s)||Console role-playing game, Roguelike|
|Rating(s)|| CERO: A (All ages)|
Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 3 - Fushigi no Dungeon ドラゴンクエスト・キャラクターズ トルネコの大冒険3 ～不思議のダンジョン～| "Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko's Great Adventure 3: Mystery Dungeon" is the third game in the Torneko series. It is a Mystery Dungeon game and contains randomly generated dungeons and uses turn-based action combat. It was released for the PlayStation 2 exclusively in Japan in 2002. The game was released for the Game Boy Advance, under the title Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibouken 3 Advance in 2004, also exclusively in Japan.
The plot involves Torneko and his family getting washed up on a tropical island.
Torneko can explore fully 3D dungeons and have members join his party. The player moves through randomly generated dungeons and uses turn-based action combat. The player can bring along creatures and henchmen to fight as they battle monsters in the dungeons. In the Game Boy Advance version, an additional mode is available in which the player can fight through four advanced dungeons independently of the game's story.
The game is the first in the series to feature 3D graphics, and includes multiple towns, villages, castles, and dungeons. Some of the locations are not randomly generated. The game includes over 170 types of monsters, and a larger number of items and spells to use in combat than previous Mystery Dungeon games.
The PlayStation 2 version of the game has sold over 513,000 copies as of November 2008. The Game Boy Advance version of the game has sold nearly 117,000 copies as of 2007.
The PlayStation 2 version was given a high 35 out of 40 by Famitsu magazine. The Game Boy Advance version was given a lower 32 out of 40.
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