The “Denpa” Men 3 Heading West

Friday, March 7th, 2014

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The Denpa Men 3: The Rise of Digitoll | oprainfall

It’s official. The “Denpa” Men 3: The Rise of Digitoll has been confirmed for release in Western markets. This comes a little over a month after a rating for the game appeared in Australia.

The Rise of Digitoll is the third game in the Denpa Men series. They revolve around creatures called Denpa Men, of which you can find various kinds depending on the strength of your local radio towers. In the first game, you went from cave to cave in order to defeat the enemies in your way, which were preventing you from saving the Denpa Woman, Crystal. The second game opens up the world, allowing you to travel the world of the Denpa Men in order to save your main character’s family.

While we don’t know the main story of the new game, we do know that you can now stun Denpa Men as you try to catch them, decorate your character’s home, and use some pretty awesome new moves in battle. In addition, the Denpa Men can make it more difficult for you to catch them as they throw paint balls at your screen.

The “Denpa” Men 3: The Rise of Digitoll will release on the 3DS eShop this summer. In celebration of this, The “Denpa” Men 2: Beyond the Waves is on sale from now until March 13th. Check out the trailer for The Rise of Digitoll below.


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