|Ultraman Fighting Evolution 3|
|Release date:||Dec 2, 2004|
|Game modes:||Single Player|
|Ratings:||A (All ages) (In accordance to Japan's CERO)|
|Succeeded by:||Ultraman Fighting Evolution Rebirth|
Ultraman Fighting Evolution 3 (ウルトラマン Fighting Evolution 3 - Urutoraman Fighting Evolution 3) also called "Ultraman FE3" is a Fighting game developed and published by Banpresto. it is the 3rd in the Ultraman Fighting Evolution series. Direction is provided by Yuji Machi, who acted as Ultraman Tiga's voice actor as well.
In this mode you will fight various monster/alien from the TV Show and Movies, not only that you will unlock a character and new story. List of the story:
- The Prince of Monsters ( From Episode 27 of Ultraman )
- Goodbye Ultraman ( From the final episode (39) of Ultraman )
- Ultra Garrison Westward ( From the episode 15 of Ultra Seven )
- Two Giant Monsters Attacks Tokyo! ( From episode 5 of Ultraman Jack )
- Execution! The Five Ultra Brothers( From episode 13 of Ultraman Ace )
- Go Through The Ultra Brothers ( From episode 40 of Ultraman Taro )
- When Seven Dies, Tokyo Submerged! ( From episode 1 and 2 of Ultraman Leo )
- MAC Annihilated! The Flying Saucer was a Living Creature! ( From episode 40 of Ultraman Leo )
- Fight! 80 Vs Seven ( From episode 44 of Ultraman 80 )
- The Dreaded Declaration of Redking Resurrection! ( From episode 46 of Ultraman 80 )
- Golza's Counterattack ( From episode 18 of Ultraman Tiga )
- The One Who Inherits The Darkness ( From episode 44 of Ultraman Tiga )
- Master Of Darkness ( From episode 51 and 52 of Ultraman Tiga )
- The Kolakerf Won't Surface! ( From episode 25 and 26 of Ultraman Dyna )
- Fight! Dyna Vs Dyna ( From episode 31 of Ultraman Dyna )
- The Comptemptuous Eye ( From episode 6 of Ultraman Gaia )
- The Day of The Duel ( From episode 25 and 26 of Ultraman Gaia )
- Ultraman Cosmos Vs Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle ( From the 3rd movie of Ultraman Cosmos )
- 10 Major Areas of Earth Invaded! ( Exclusive To The Game )
- Monster Specimens ( Exclusive To The Game )
In this mode you can choose any Ultras or Monster as you fight against 5 characters.
In this mode you can select Ultramen and Monsters to fight each other with your friends.
In this mode you select any Ultras with your friends as you fight against 5 character the last boss will be Gatanozoa.
In this mode you can change any skills/abilities for the Ultras or the Monster.
In this mode you can train or learn basic moves.
In this mode you will play as Ultraman Taro as you learn the controls.
In this Mode you will be able to Viewing any Ultras, Mechas or Monsters Infos.
In this mode, you can replay the battles that you had played in Arcade Mode or Versus Mode.
You able to change settings that available in the game
- Ultraman Jack
- Ultraman Ace (refered as Ultraman A)
- Ultraman Taro
- Ultraman Leo
- Ultraman 80
- Ultraman Tiga
- Multi Type
- Power Type
- Sky Type
- Glitter Tiga (Ultra Mode only)
- Ultraman Dyna
- Flash Type
- Strong Type
- Miracle Type
- Ultraman Gaia
- Version 1
- Version 2 (default after unlocking) (unlockable)
- Supreme Version
- Ultraman Agul:
- Version 1
- Version 2 (unlockable)
- Ultraman Cosmos
- Luna Mode
- Eclipse Mode
- Future Mode
- Ultraman Justice:
- Standard Mode
- Crusher Mode
- Ultraman Legend (Cannot be saved to Memory Card)
- Evil Tiga
- Fire Golza
- Imitation Ultraman Dyna
- Gloker Bishop
- Delusion Ultraseven
- Twin Tail
- Ace Robot
- Father of Ultra = Appeared in Cinematics only
- Yullian = Appeared as a support character for Ultraman 80
- Gillas Bros.= Appeared in Ultra Mode only as a Finishing Move for Alien Magma
- Silver Bloome = Appeared in Ultra Mode and Unplayable
- Geo Shark = Appeared as a support character for Evil Tiga in Ultra Mode
- Gatanozoa = Appeared in Ultra Mode and last boss of Tag Mode and Unplayable
- Zoiger = Appeared in Cinematics only
- Spume = Appeared in Cinematics only
- Zorlim = Appeared in Ultra Mode and Unplayable
- Gloker Rook = Appeared as an Air Strike for Gloker Bishop
- Gloker Pawn= Only Mention In Ultra Mode
- Gloker Endra=Appeared in Ultra Mode and Unplayable
- Gloker Mother = Appeared as final boss to the scenario Ultraman Cosmos VS Ultraman Justice but unplayable.
- Construction Site
- Matsumoto Castle
- Science Patrol Base
- Kobe Harbor
- City (Dawn W/ Sword Arena, Ultra Mode only)
- City (Dawn)
- City (Rain)
- Gas Tank
- Planet Golgota
- Mountain Kirimon
- SRC Space Station
- City (Night)
- City (Day)
- Monster Island
- Tsunami Tokyo city
- Highway (Dawn if the battle is too long, the stage time will turned into nighttime)
- Inside Gan-Q (Ultra Mode only)
- Ultraman Fighting Evolution 3 at Banpresto Offical Page Ultraman FE3 (Japanese)
- Ultraman Fighting Evolution 3 has the most amount of playable characters out of the entire Ultraman Fighting Evolution series, a total of 40 characters are avaliable.
- Ultraman Legend cannot be saved on a Memory Card due to his ability to destroy all opponents with a single special attack. The only way he can be saved is by using save files and an Action Replay MAX.
- Although not appearing in the game Ultraman Dark and Ultraman Millenium sometimes appeared in the boxart cover in different regional areas. This is most likely due to the conflict between Tsuburaya and Chaiyo Productions.
- In the game, Ultraman Cosmos Luna Mode cannot perform any attacks. He only can deflect back the enemy's attack by pressing the same button as the enemy's (while the enemy is pressing O, then the 1p who use Cosmos must press the O button immidiately). Once the enemy's hit gauge is full, Cosmos will automatically unleash a hard attack, knocking the enemy down for a special attack.
- This is the first time when the Heisei Ultras are playable.
- Despite being the third entry to the Ultraman Fighting Evolution series, some of the new and old characters are clones of pre-existing characters from Ultraman Fighting Evolution 2 or are clones of other new characters.
- Cosmos Corona Mode is not playable in this game.
- Being the most popular character in the Heisei Ultraman series, Ultraman Tiga replaces Ultraman as the default character on selection screens despite not being the newest.
- Ultraman Tiga Glitter Mode's Glitter Shield in this game is full of gold, like in the Final Odyssey. While, in the series the Glitter Shield is solely and just like Multi Type. It could be for anyone not mistakenly Glitter Mode for Multi Type like in the series.
- Ultraman Dyna only can change form Miracle Type to Strong Type and vice versa by transforming to Flash Type. However, in this game Ultraman Dyna can change to another type without need to change into Flash Type.
- Ultraman Cosmos should can't change to Eclipse Mode without change into Corona Mode. But because the medium budget they can't make Corona Mode and skipped it. Corona Mode will be use for Ultraman Fighting Evolution Rebirth.
- Ace Killer has grunts.
- Zoffy's grunt in the game was a reused Father of Ultra's grunt. While in the series, his grunt was same as Ultraman's.
- Zoffy and Ultraman Jack's color timer sounds are same. While in the series, Zoffy's color timer was same as Ultraman's and Ultraman Jack's color timer was a high pitched sound of Ultraman's.
- Agul's fighting stance in the game was an "arrogant" standing position. While in the series his fighting stance was simmilar to Gaia's.
- In Ultraman's story mode mission, "Goodbye, Ultraman", when Ultraman goes into Zoffy's Travel Sphere, if you look closely, Ultraman's timer is blue, despite having his energy drained by Zetton. This is only when Zoffy is the one who defeats Zetton.
- Twin Tail cannot perform any grab attacks (X button).
- Some of the monsters are not playable, which are:
- Silverbloome are not playable because of his position located in the air, which making it hard to control the monster.
- Zorlim are not playable because of his location is in air and also his attack only fireballs.
- Gatanozoa is not playable because he can't move and he has an instant kill special move, like Ultraman Legend.