Project X Zone III: War of Infinite Worlds (プロジェクト クロスゾーンIII第三次げんだいかいせん Purojekuto Kurosu Zōn Dai-san-ji: Mugendai Sekai no Sensō?), also called Project X Zone 3, is a 2018 crossover open world action-adventure role-playing video game co-developed by Monolith Soft and Banpresto for the Nintendo 3DS, and released in Japan on June 3, 2018, and worldwide on December 25, 2018. It is the third and final installment in the Project X Zone video game series, and counting its updated Nintendo Switch edition, is the first game of the franchise to be released in multiple gaming platforms, as well as the first in the series to have a Mature rating. Though the franchise is primarily a crossover between Bandai Namco Entertainment, Capcom and Sega, Project X Zone III introduces characters from web-series, as well as features guest characters from Nintendo, Activision, Rockstar Games, Bethesda Softworks and Ubisoft.

The precursor to what would become the Cross Crisis Series, a remastered version of the game, entitled Project X Zone III: War of Infinite Worlds – Ultimate Edition, was released for the Nintendo Switch in Japan on June 1, 2022 and in North America and Europe on December 15, 2022, with a radical change in gameplay, full mod support, new characters and quests, all seven DLC expansions, and a complete graphical upgrade.

Project X Zone III was met with critical acclaim, with reviewers particularly mentioning the crossover content, story, gameplay, character development and setting. However, the game also generated some controversy, with criticism directed at the game's depiction of women, portrayal of religion, graphic violence, sexual content, disturbing topics present and constant use of profanity. The game shipped over 800,000 copies to retailers within the first week of its Japanese release and sold over five million copies by the end of 2018, making it the best-selling game in the franchise, as well as one of the best-selling video games of the year.

Development

Featured Titles

Bandai Namco

  • Namco Cross Series
    • Namco × Capcom
    • Super Robot Wars OG Saga: Endless Frontier
    • Super Robot Wars OG Saga: Endless Frontier EXCEED
    • Project X Zone
    • Project X Zone 2: Brave New World
  • Super Robot Wars Series
    • Super Robot Wars OG: Original Generations
  • Compati Hero Series (Debut)
    • Super Hero Operations
      • Kamen Rider (1971) (Toei)
      • Space Sheriff Gavan (Toei)
    • Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001
      • Space Sheriff Sharivan (Toei)
      • Space Sheriff Shaider (Toei)
    • Super Hero Generations
  • Xeno Series (Monolith Soft)
    • Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra
    • Xenoblade Chronicles
  • Adventure of Valkyrie
  • Tekken Series
    • Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion
    • Tekken Tag Tournament 2
  • Soul Calibur Series
    • Soul Calibur IV
    • Soul Calibur V
  • Wonder Momo
  • Tales of Series
    • Tales of Destiny
    • Tales of Destiny II
    • Tales of Vesperia
    • Tales of Graces (Debut)
    • Tales of Zestiria (Debut)
  • God Eater Series
    • God Eater
    • God Eater 2
  • Pac-Man (Debut)
  • The Tower of Druaga
  • Baraduke
  • Burning Force
  • Klonoa
  • .hack//Series
    • .hack//G.U.
    • .hack//Link (Debut)
    • .hack//Sign (Debut)
  • Summon Night Series
    • Summon Night 3
    • Summon Night X: Tears Crown (Debut)
  • Genpei Toumaden
  • Shadowland
  • Yumeria
  • Time Crisis (Debut)
  • Dragon Ball Series (Shonen Jump) (Debut)
    • Dragon Ball Xenoverse
    • Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
  • One Piece: World Seeker (Shonen Jump) (Debut)
  • Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 (Shonen Jump) (Debut)
  • Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters (Toei) (Debut)
    • Kamen Rider Den-O
    • Kamen Rider Decade
    • Kamen Rider W
    • Kamen Rider OOO
    • Kamen Rider Fourze
    • Kamen Rider Drive
    • Kamen Rider Ghost
    • Kamen Rider Ex-Aid
  • Super Sentai Series (Toei) (Debut)
    • Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross
      • Himitsu Sentai Goranger
      • JAKQ Dengekitai
      • Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger
    • Super Sentai Legend Wars
      • Choudenshi Bioman
      • Kyoryuu Sentai Zyuranger
      • Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger
      • Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger
  • Godzilla (Toho) (Debut)
    • Super Godzilla
    • Godzilla VS.

Capcom

  • Street Fighter Series
    • Street Fighter Alpha 3
    • Street Fighter III (Debut)
    • Street Fighter IV
    • Street Fighter V (Debut)
    • Final Fight
    • Rival Schools: United by Fate
  • Darkstalkers Series
    • Night Warriors: Darkstalkers Revenge
    • Vampire Savior: Lord of Vampire
  • Mega Man Series
    • Mega Man 11 (Debut)
    • Megaman X6 (Debut)
    • Megaman X7 (Debut)
    • Megaman X8 (Debut)
    • Megaman Legends
    • Megaman Battle Network (Debut)
    • Megaman Star Force (Debut)
  • Resident Evil Series
    • Resident Evil Revelations
    • Resident Evil 6
    • Resident Evil Revelations 2
  • Devil May Cry Series
    • Devil May Cry
    • Devil May Cry 3
    • Devil May Cry 4 (Debut)
  • Ace Attorney Series
    • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
    • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All
    • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials & Tribulations
    • Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney (Debut)
    • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies (Debut)
    • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice (Debut)
  • Captain Commando
  • Strider
  • Star Gladiator
    • Plasma Sword: Nightmare of Bilstein
  • Dead Rising
  • Dino Crisis
  • Ghosts 'n Goblins Series
    • Ghouls 'n Ghosts
    • Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts
  • Power Stone (Debut)
  • Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness
  • Quiz Nanairo Dreams (Debut)
  • Red Earth (Debut)
  • Forgotten Worlds
  • Bionic Commando (Debut)
  • Asura's Wrath (Debut)
  • Onimusha (Debut)
  • Sengoku BASARA (Debut)
  • Zack & Wiki (Debut)
  • Viewtiful Joe (Debut)
  • Gaist Crusher (Debut)

Sega

  • Sonic the Hedgehog Series (Debut)
    • Sonic the Hedgehog
    • Sonic Adventure 2
    • Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
    • Sonic Lost World
    • Sonic Forces
  • NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams (Debut)
  • Virtua Fighter Series
    • Virtua Fighter 5
    • Fighting Vipers
  • Sakura Wars Series
    • Sakura Wars 2: Beloved, You Must Not Die (Debut)
    • Sakura Wars 3: Is Paris Burning?
    • Sakura Wars 4: Fall In Love, Maidens (Debut)
    • Sakura Wars V: So Long, My Love
  • Valkyria Chronicles Series
    • Valkyria Chronicles (Debut)
    • Valkyria Chronicles 2 (Debut)
    • Valkyria Chronicles 3
  • Yakuza Series
    • Yakuza: Dead Souls
  • Streets of Rage Series
    • Streets of Rage 3
  • Shinobi Series
    • Shinobi (Debut)
    • Shinobi (PS2)
    • Nightshade
  • Bayonetta (Debut)
    • Bayonetta 2
  • Skies of Arcadia (Debut)
  • Resonance of Fate
  • Jet Set Radio (Debut)
  • Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg (Debut)
  • Space Channel 5
  • Segata Sanshiro: Shinken Yugi!
  • Vectorman (Debut)
  • Phantasy Star (Debut)
    • Phantasy Star II
    • Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom
    • Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium
    • Phantasy Star Universe
  • Shining Force Series
    • Shining Force (Debut)
    • Shining Force EXA
  • Magic Knight Rayearth (CLAMP) (Debut)
  • Golden Axe (Debut)
  • Dynamite Cop
  • Zombie Revenge
  • Shenmue
  • Beyond Oasis (Debut)
  • Gunstar Heroes (Debut)
  • Burning Rangers (Debut)
  • Sands of Destruction (Debut)

Guest Companies

  • Angry Video Game Nerd (Debut)
    • Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures
    • Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures II: ASSimilation
  • Channel Awesome (Debut)
    • Nostalgia Critic
    • The Cinema Snob
    • Atop the Fourth Wall
    • The Angry Joe Show
    • The Spoony Experiment
  • Pokémon (Debut)
    • Pokémon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum
    • Pokémon HeartGold/SoulSilver
    • Pokémon Black 2/White 2
    • Pokémon X/Y
    • Pokémon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire
  • Fire Emblem Series
    • Fire Emblem Awakening
  • Kid Icarus Uprising (Debut)
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (Debut)
  • Grand Theft Auto Series (Debut)
    • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
    • Grand Theft Auto IV
    • Grand Theft Auto V
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Debut)
  • Assassins' Creed: Brotherhood (Debut)

Gameplay

Much like the previous Project X Zone games, this game allows players to strategically maneuver the character units across a field to battle an enemy. Unlike previous its predecessors, Project X Zone 3 removes the linear storyline gameplay and focuses on an open world mechanic, where the player can travel to various alternate Earths in the multiverse, based on different gaming franchises or alternate historical events, to complete quests, enter battles, collect items and weapons, and defeat enemies in battles through the tradition of using pair units and solo units for support in combat. Throughout the game, pair and solo units are unlocked and join the player's team. Certain requirements are needed however in order to advance into next story arcs. The game also introduces a drop-in-and-out multiplayer cooperative and online gameplay components.

Other than the new open-world concept, three new gameplay features are introduced: the "Cross-Fusion Multi-Attack", "Unit Classifications" and "Attack Threshold".

Each pair unit or solo unit carries an "Inventory" slot with a maximum capacity of 12 weapons and 100 non-combat items.

The Cross-Fusion Multi-Attack is a modified version of the Multi-Attack option from Namco × Capcom where two or more separate units you control perform an attack against multiple enemies. They are the strongest attacks in the game and has two types: Three-Way Cross-Fusions where a Pair Unit and its assigned Solo Unit perform a unique Multi-Attack, and Four-Way Cross-Fusions where two nearby Pair Units are involved. However, Cross-Fusions are limited to only specific combinations of units where unique attack animations are displayed.

The total time length for completion of the game's entire story, including recruiting every playable character and finishing all 110 chapters, is estimated to be around 150-200 hours (or 6 days, 6 hours to 8 days, 8 hours).

Summary

“And you shall hear wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled, for all these things must come to pass. But that shall not be the end, for nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers' places. All these are the beginning of sorrows. There shall be great tribulation, such as never was since the beginning of the world to this time, nor ever shall be.”
—Matthew 24:5-8, 27
Beginning quote for Project X Zone III

A mysterious massive powerful evil force is sweeping across the corners of the Multiverse without any warning, laying many worlds in ruin. In these sieges, vast multitudes of heroes from many different alternate worlds were either killed or captured and brainwashed to do their enemies' bidding in a pursuit to remove any further resistance to the unknown growing threat entirely. This unholy persecution would be infamously known throughout the game as the “Genocide of Heroes”, a catalyst that would serve as a driving force to the events of the game.

Only now aware of the growing number of ruined worlds and rapidly decreasing number of heroes in the Multiverse, the secret inter-dimensional combat organization Shinra once again acts and investigates matters that caused the Genocide of Heroes, the reason behinds the mass slaughters and the mysterious dark force that does everything horrific at this point behind the scenes.

Eventually, as everything begins to unfold and the truth to unravel, all of the Multiverse is locked in a great war between good and evil that could possibly conclude the eternal strife between light and darkness and bring about the end of all reality as we know it.

Plot

Prologue: Beginning of the End

In the beginning of time, a single voice spoke the words: “Let the there be light.” And thus, the universe was created. However, where there should have been one universe, a singularity expanding across all of creation, there were many, a multitude of different realities, in the form of the Multiverse.

In the present time, three years after the events of Project X Zone 2, a black void wall of pure nothingness stretches out across the cosmos. It pervades the Multiverse, consuming entire worlds. On an unknown parallel universe, a mysterious being arrives and is forced to witness the death of multiple worlds in multiple dimensions. He disappears as he is transported elsewhere. Even worse, a series of mass slaughters across many worlds are being investigated with no cause being determined yet. Hundreds of destroyed worlds were also found in the midst of these investigations. A Catholic paladin named Adam Pines was reported about the ongoing crisis and told a group of soldiers to recruit various heroes from all across the Multiverse, saying that “it's time.”

In a parallel universe code-named Earth-1565, a gang of Ouma creatures, unbeknownst to him, coerce the Angry Video Game Nerd, trying to find a job to take a break from his habit of playing horrible games, into joining them and try to target Adam Pines, but the Nerd relents, repels the Ouma and rescues the paladin. In turn, Adam gives him a free privilege to join the Shinra. Meanwhile, the Nostalgia Critic comes across a woman named Chizuru Urashima who hands him over a pamphlet that leads to Shinra Headquarters and disappears after.

Later that day, the Critic and Nerd has a Channel Awesome tenth year anniversary reunion party in New York City with other fellow reviewers, including Linkara, Angry Joe, Cinema Snob, Phelous, MarzGurl, PawDugan, Nostalgia Chick, Benzaie, Bennett the Sage, 8-Bit Mickey and Handsome Tom. Even Chester A. Bum, Bullshit Man and Guitar Guy come in as guests. The party then comes to a halt when the room shakes and the lights go out. A bulletin on the TV claims there is an "alien invasion" and it is the end of the world. Soon after, the Channel Awesome group runs outside and witnesses a massive horde of demons, machines, monsters, aliens and other evil creatures destroying the city and killing everyone on their path. The group barely survives when two mysterious warriors, wearing red and black and armed with swords and guns, arrive, save them and take down the entirely evil army single-handedly.

Adam then appears and joins the group into the Shinra where its central headquarters are located in Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan at Earth-363. When the Nerd arrives at the HQ, while also coming across his childhood rival, the Pretty SEGA Gamer, who is now a marine at Shinra, he is forced to take an exam by Shinra personnel, unknown to them that the Nerd is already recruited. Adam explains to everyone that after the defeat of Byaku Shin and the apparent demise of Ouma, Shinra established various backup bases and headquarters in different parallel universes to further ensure security and peace across the Multiverse, but recently, something was decimating almost all of the Shinra bases without warning, leaving the Earth-363 Base intact as the last bastion of defense and hope. He also states that an interdimensional mass slaughter called the Genocide of Heroes is in full effect, destroying hundreds of worlds and killing or brainwashing countless heroes to the cause of evil forces. That is why 10,000 people from various different universes are to be recruited for the newly-formed Shinra Armed Taskforce and trained vigorously in order to meet the requirements.

The Nerd, Critic and their friends are among the 10,000 who are recruited to be possible soldiers for the Shinra Armed Forces, with the Channel Awesome group being part of Platoon 13 that Adam administers and supervises. Unfortunately, due to their extremely poor performance, especially the Nerd, Critic and the others, Adam's platoon is at risk of being removed. As a result, Adam tries to negotiate with Ouma remnants into an armistice in the hopes of ending conflict between the two rival organizations, but to no avail. Thankfully, the Channel Awesome group decides to train hard and shows their overwhelming improvement over time. However, it is too late as Adam is discharged from duty due to attempting to negotiate with the enemy and Shinra's main force departs for Earth-6556, believing this is where the remnants of the Ouma are stationed, despite Adam's protestations that they are not ready to attack yet and they should wait for the right time. While the Shinra army, which composed of the entire Armed Taskforce, all of the marines and most of the combat forces, searched for enemy forces at the Earth-6556 base, they were ambushed and assimilated by outnumbering Ouma armies. With Shinra apparently in the verge of collapse, Adam and the dissolved Platoon 13, that stayed in the Central HQ and heard the news from survivors, fortify defenses and manage to successfully drive out invading enemy forces. Adam then tasks the group to find more heroes out there that are not victims of the Genocide of Heroes and recruit them once more into the renewed war between good and evil, one that might be the last that will ever be fought…

Namco Tales: Heroes of Legend

Capcom Chapters: Pirates of the Azure Seas

Sega Saga: Sacred Trees of Revolution

Final Wars: The Messiah

Normal Ending

Good Ending

The Good Ending serves as a canonical ending of the game as it takes place before the events of True Ending: United and is required to earn it to unlock the scenario. The player unlocks it if in Chapter 99, thirty minutes passed and the Anti-God's health is less than or equal to 30% before a cutscene triggers where the Lord God arrives to clash with the Anti-God.

Bad Ending 1

Bad Ending 2

Bad Ending 3

In Chapter 99, if the Anti-God's health is more than 30% before the Lord God arrives, the player will earn the third bad ending.

After the clash of God and Anti-God tore apart the fabric of time and space, Adam, Eve and Isaac wake up and find themselves in Washington D.C. on Earth which looks normal as it should. However, they look up at what appears to be the Lincoln Memorial, only to find that it is now a statue of Satan. A swarm of police officers, soldiers, firefighters, and news reporters swarm and surround the three, all of whom are demons. It is implied that like in the Good Ending, all of reality had been remade to a single Earth, but instead is ruled by Satan's evil and devoid of human life.

True Ending: United

The game's True Ending can only be unlocked when the Good Ending is earned in the previous playthrough. This leads to the real final stage of the game.

Chapters

Across five story arcs, the game's story is composed of 10 prologue chapters and 100 chapters derived from main quests.

Prologue: Beginning of the End

  • Prologue 1: Genesis
  • Prologue 2: The Summoning
  • Prologue 3: The Genocide of Heroes
  • Prologue 4: Time and Time Again!
  • Prologue 5: Nerds and Critics
  • Prologue 6: Training
  • Prologue 7: What Were They Thinking?!
  • Prologue 8: Beyond the Fourth Wall
  • Prologue 9: Worlds in Limbo
  • Prologue 10: The Great Exodus

Namco Tales: Heroes of Legend

  • Chapter 1: Acts of Shinra (Namco × Capcom)
  • Chapter 2: Ouma's Deuteronomy (Namco × Capcom)
  • Chapter 3: Fists and Souls (SoulCalibur)
  • Chapter 4: Path of Redemption (Tekken)
  • Chapter 5: God and the Devil (Tekken)
  • Chapter 6: World War Zaibatsu (Tekken)
  • Chapter 7: Rage of the Saiyan (Dragon Ball Z)
  • Chapter 8: Does Curiosity Kill the Cat? (Yumeria)
  • Chapter 9: Psyche! (Pokémon)
  • Chapter 10: A New Decade (Kamen Rider Decade)
  • Chapter 11: Destiny (Tales of Destiny)
  • Chapter 12: Back to the World (.hack)
  • Chapter 13: Brave Vesperia (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Chapter 14: I Have Arrived! (Kamen Rider Den-O)
  • Chapter 15: God Eaters, Attack! (God Eater)
  • Chapter 16: Exceeding Infinity (Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier)
  • Chapter 17: The Sword that Cleaves Down Evil (Super Robot Taisen Original Generation)
  • Chapter 18: Ninja Mayhem (Naruto)
  • Chapter 19: Ahoy, Mates! (One Piece)
  • Chapter 20: She's Coming Back (Xenosaga)
  • Chapter 21: The Winged Wanderers Landing (Project X Zone)
  • Chapter 22: You Will Know Our Names Once More (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Chapter 23: Count Up Your Sins! (Kamen Rider W)
  • Chapter 24: The Dream Traveler (Klonoa)
  • Chapter 25: Last Nights of Summoning (Summon Night)
  • Chapter 26: Space is Here Again! (Kamen Rider Fourze)
  • Chapter 27: Revenge of the Astro-Monster! (Godzilla)
  • Chapter 28: God of the Monsters (Godzilla)
  • Chapter 29: The Demon Lord's Tower (Tower of Druaga)
  • Chapter 30: Oblivion Upon Us

Capcom Chapters: Pirates of the Azure Seas

  • Chapter 31: Arisu in Crisisland
  • Chapter 32: Pursuit (Resident Evil)
  • Chapter 33: Power Stones (Power Stone)
  • Chapter 34: Sparda's Legacy (Devil May Cry)
  • Chapter 35: The One The Devil Fears (Devil May Cry)
  • Chapter 36: Green with Evil (Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger)
  • Chapter 37: The Maverick Hunters (Mega Man X)
  • Chapter 38: Cyberwar (Mega Man Battle Network)
  • Chapter 39: Sheath's Crazy Castle 666
  • Chapter 40: The Space Pirates Strike Again (Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger)
  • Chapter 41: Turnabout Piracy (Ace Attorney)
  • Chapter 42: Warriors of the Night (Darkstalkers)
  • Chapter 43: It's Gonna Get Wild! (Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger)
  • Chapter 44: The Tournament of Your Fate (Street Fighter)
  • Chapter 45: The Heart of Battle (Street Fighter V)
  • Chapter 46: Chaos in Metro City (Final Fight)
  • Chapter 47: Academic Mayhem (Rival Schools)
  • Chapter 48: Begone with the Twilight (Strider)
  • Chapter 49: Justice is Served? (Captain Commando)
  • Chapter 50: Sins are Always Forgiven
  • Chapter 51: Warring Worlds (Sengoku BASARA)
  • Chapter 52: A Little Weird and Wild (Quiz Nanairo Dreams)
  • Chapter 53: Dead End Game (Bakuryu Sentai Abaranger)
  • Chapter 54: A Scoop of the Millennium (Dead Rising)
  • Chapter 55: Ghouls 'n Garbage (Ghosts 'n Goblins)
  • Chapter 56: Robot Madness (Cyberbots)
  • Chapter 57: War-Zard (Red Earth)
  • Chapter 58: This Is So "Rad"! (Bionic Commando)
  • Chapter 59: Rebellion in Makai
  • Chapter 60: And Thus God Shall Die!

Sega Saga: Sacred Trees of Revolution

  • Chapter 61: I Know What We're Going to Do Today!
  • Chapter 62: Fury in the Streets (Streets of Rage)
  • Chapter 63: This is Our Budou! (Virtua Fighter)
  • Chapter 64: Sailing in the Seven Skies (Skies of Arcadia)
  • Chapter 65: Valkyria Unleashed (Valkyria Chronicles)
  • Chapter 66: Drop the Beat! (Jet Set Radio)
  • Chapter 67: Gotta Go Fast! (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Chapter 68: The Black Witch (Bayonetta)
  • Chapter 69: Don't Leave Me, My Love (Sakura Wars V)
  • Chapter 70: Is Liberty City Burning? (Grand Theft Auto IV)
  • Chapter 71: Life Devoted to Play (Segata Sanshiro)
  • Chapter 72: Venturing Into Your Dreams (NiGHTS)
  • Chapter 73: The Golden Axe (Golden Axe)
  • Chapter 74: Fall in Love, Maidens (Sakura Wars IV)
  • Chapter 75: Freeze! (Dynamite Cop)
  • Chapter 76: Stars of Fantasy (Phantasy Star)
  • Chapter 77: Breaking News! (Space Channel 5)
  • Chapter 78: The Space Sheriffs (Metal Hero)
  • Chapter 79: The Beginning of A New Eternity (Resonance of Fate)
  • Chapter 80: Rescue at the Speed of Light (Burning Rangers)
  • Chapter 81: The Power to Change Fate (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Chapter 82: Siege of the Living Dead (Zombie Revenge)
  • Chapter 83: The Place of Oath (Yakuza)
  • Chapter 84: Trouble in San Andreas (Grand Theft Auto V)
  • Chapter 85: Ultimate Warfare (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare)
  • Chapter 86: Grains of Creation and Destruction (Sands of Destruction)
  • Chapter 87: New Brotherhood (Assassins' Creed: Brotherhood)
  • Chapter 88: Vive la Résistance! (Sonic Forces)
  • Chapter 89: Revelations of the Apocalypse
  • Chapter 90: 300 Worlds! 300 Deaths!

Final Wars: The Messiah

  • Chapter 91: War of Infinite Worlds
  • Chapter 92: Christ's Return and Satan's Requiem
  • Chapter 93: Heaven and Hell on Earth
  • Chapter 94: World War III
  • Chapter 95: Adam and Eve, Beyond the Silent Night
  • Chapter 96: No Man's World
  • Chapter 97: Prelude to the Final Crusade
  • Chapter 98: Battle of Armageddon
  • Chapter 99: Death at the Dawn of Time!
  • Final Chapter: Final Wars!
  • True Ending: United

Characters

Heroes

Adam Northwest Pines

Main article: Adam Pines

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Adam Northwest Pines (アダム・ノースウエスト・パインズ Adamu Nōsuuesuto Painzu) is one of the three main characters, along with his partner, Princess Eve, and Isaac Flynn. He is a six-fingered master paladin and devout Catholic who is an elite member of Shinra and the Generalissimo of the Shinra Armed Taskforce (森羅連隊軍の総督 Shinra Rentaigun no Sōtoku), the military branch of the aforementioned organization. He suffers with a post-traumatic stress disorder after witnessing his parents killed with his eyes and thus, he swore to get revenge against the one who murdered his family.

He would later move on past the guilt of bearing vengeance for his parents' death and become the Supreme Commander of the Army of the Light (光の大軍の最高司令官 Hikari no Taigun no Saikō Shirei-kan) in the final battle between good and evil.

Adam is voiced by Shō Hayami.

Princess Eve Butterfly

Main article: Princess Eve Butterfly

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Princess Eve Diaz Butterfly (プリンセス イヴ・ディアス・バタフライ Purinsesu Ivu Diasu Batafurai) is a member of the Shinra Armed Taskforce on Adam Pines's behalf and his partner. She was born in her parents' kingdom in the Mewni dimension, but was raised in Roppongi after her home was ruined by demonic forces and her parents went missing. She is an expert mage who holds the Royal Wand, which is her family's heirloom and an adventurer who is both kind and caring, but also reckless and impatient at times.

Eve is voiced by Rie Kugimiya.

Isaac Flynn

Main article: Isaac Flynn

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Isaac Garcia-Shapiro Flynn (アイザック・ガルシア・シャピロ・フリン Aizakku Garushia Shapiro Furin) is a very skilled inventor and mechanic from the future who becomes stuck in Adam's time period while time-travelling. He is considered the "brains" of the heroes because of his extraordinary intelligence and ability to create impressive machinery in a short period of time, an unlikely feat he inherited from his father.

Isaac is voiced by Yuichi Nakamura.

Pretty SEGA Gamer

Main article: Pretty SEGA Gamer

The Pretty SEGA Gamer (プリティセガゲーマー Puritisegagēmā) is the Angry Video Game Nerd's childhood rival who always competed with him due to the Gamer and Nerd being fans of rival game organizations, SEGA and Nintendo respectively. After the Gamer realized that SEGA discontinued their final console, the Dreamcast, and stopped becoming a big gaming competitor, she was depressed for a while before she was invited to join the Shinra and become a skilled warrior in the process. When the Nerd and the Gamer reunited in the events of the game, their interactions are a bit hostile at first, but their relationship becomes friendlier. Her personality completely contrasts that of the angry, vulgar and ill-tempered Nerd, whereas the Gamer is friendly, well-mannered, kind, cheerful and patient.

The Pretty SEGA Gamer is voiced by Ayane Sakura.

Fauna

Main article: Fauna

Fauna (フォーナ Fōna) is one of the three children of O'ginn, along with her older sister Jordh and younger sister Leukothea. An adorable pink-haired goddess, she has the power to wield elemental powers of lightning. Fauna is kind and generous to everyone, willing to help anyone in need with what she could and fulfill her duties, and dislikes her enemies for their cruelty and sadism against the beauty of nature and innocence of people. She is more caring and protective when her friend Linkara is around, however. She is voiced by Akane Tomonaga.

Jordh

Main article: Jordh

Jordh (ヨルス Yorusu) is the eldest of the three sisters and a hardy, determined and independent warrior who has the power to manipulate elemental fire at her will. Jordh is very strong-willed and serious with her duties as a goddess that she has scorn for even people who slightly make fun of her or those who are mischievous or gun-crazy, especially Angry Joe, whom she extremely hates at first but soon begins to get used and eventually be fond of his actions. She also has a playful and caring side for her friends. She is voiced by Hyō-sei.

Leukothea

Main article: Leukothea

Leukothea (レウコテア Reukotea), nicknamed Lea, is the youngest daughter of O'ginn and a very young yellow-haired goddess who is still learning to perform her duties properly and use her elemental powers of ice correctly. Lea wants to join her sisters in the adventure to combat the forces of evil. But since she is still young and inexperienced, she requires supervision and guide from her father O'ginn. Playful and a little immature, Lea can sometimes come off as a bit annoying around her allies and friends, especially to the Cinema Snob, whom she sees like a big brother. She is voiced by Nana Nogami.

O'ginn

O'ginn (オジン Ojin) is the father of Jordh, Fauna and Leukothea and a powerful deity who wields the power to manipulate the earth element at his will. He is very protective of his children, being there when his daughters were in danger and to the point where he refused to let his youngest child, Leukothea join her sisters in their quests to help the Grand Army of the Light, since she is still very young. Eventually, O'ginn allows Lea to join Fauna and Jordh, but he adds that he will supervise her since he doesn't want her to get hurt. O'ginn is extremely serious about his daughters' mission and well-being and dislikes vulgar people, including those who are his allies.

His name is a play on the name of Odin, a god from Norse mythology, and the word djinn, a powerful being from pre-Islamic Arabian mythology, and based from the Japanese words for "great" or "king" and "god" (大神/王神, ōjin). He is voiced by Kiyoyuki Yanada.

Antagonists

Satan

Main article: Satan (Project X Zone 3)

Satan, known as the Dai-Satan (悪魔神王 大サタン Akuma-shinō Dai-Satan, lit. Supreme Dark Lord Great Satan) in the Japanese version and formerly known as Lucifer, is the absolute ruler of all that is evil and demonic in the Omniverse, the supreme master of darkness and death, and the main antagonist of the game. He is the original monarch of evil, whereas other "lesser Satans" and "ultimate evils" of different Earths (such as Mundus from the Devil May Cry universe) are just weaker duplicates to do bidding for the superior original.

Satan is voiced by Masaharu Satō.

Evilina

Main article: Evilina

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Evilina (イビリナ Ibinira) is the hellspawn daughter of Satan, his right-hand woman and the heiress of Hell known as the Anti-Christ (反世主 Hanseishu). She has both a very sadistic and masochistic personality, taking pleasure in the pain of everyone, including her enemies, her own allies and even herself. She also has a playful and seductive side, occasionally playing dirty tricks with the heroes and even flirting with them, including her eternal rival, Jesus Christ.

Evilina is voiced by Yui Horie.

Scheisse von Arschloch

Main article: Scheisse von Arschloch

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Scheiße von Arschloch (シャイセ・ヴォン・アーシロック Shaise von Āshirokku) is the head of the European branch of Ouma, with its headquarters located in Berlin, Germany, and leader of the Ouma survivors and remnants, dedicated to resurrecting their fallen leaders Saya, Sheath, Dokumezu, Dokugozu and many more others, which they succeeded, and completing Ouma's goal of spreading chaos everywhere. Years prior, he had a previous feud with Saya and Sheath due to uneasy relationships with the Japanese and American Ouma divisions in the past as a result of his failures in World Wars I and II. He dons a disguise of a dimension-traveling prophet under the name Narutaki (鳴滝 Narutaki) and holds a grudge against Kamen Rider Decade.

Since he is an incredible master manipulator, Scheisse is revealed and known to be the False Prophet (偽預言者 Nise yogen-sha) in Biblical prophecies and the left-hand hand of the Lord of All Evil, Satan, responsible for influencing the population of Earth-777, Adam Pines' native universe, to embrace Islam, the false religion devised by Satan for Evilina to use to exert her power over mankind. With the remaining 100 universes in the Multiverse slowly merging with Earth-777, Scheisse and Evilina use this as an opportunity to expand Satan's empire across all of the worlds.

Scheisse is voiced by Tatsuhito Okuda.

Anti-God

Main article: Anti-God

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The Anti-God (邪神 Jashin) is the true antagonist and the final boss of Project X Zone 3. The opposite counterpart of God possibly older than existence itself, the Anti-God is a malevolent nigh-omnipotent entity "made of only pure darkness" and the physical embodiment of everything that is evil. It holds absolute control over the Anti-Matter Universe, a void dimension of made of antimatter entirely, and seeks to destroy all of the Multiverse so that only its domain will remain.

After Byaku Shin's defeat at the hands of Shinra in the previous game, the barrier between positive matter and antimatter shatters as a result of the ensuing battle. Because of that, the Anti-God is reawakened and a wave of pure nothingness begins seeping into the Multiverse, consuming many worlds in the process. It is also responsible for indirectly involving various villains in the ongoing chaos, starting the infamous Genocide of Heroes as a prelude of the worst horrors that is to come.

Playable Characters

Pair Units

The pair units are controlled by the player by means of travel and combat. The player uses a pair unit to travel to different locations, collect items and weapons, partake on missions and quests and fight on battles. When the pair unit reaches enough experience points, the two characters in that pair unit are leveled up simultaneously.

Characters denoted with (*) symbol are initially an enemy unit.

Bandai Namco

Name Game Series
Adam Pines and Princess Eve Butterfly Original
Jordh and Fauna Original
O’ginn and Leukothea Original
Reiji Arisu and Xiaomu Namco × Capcom
Jin Kazama and Ling Xiaoyu Tekken
Kazuya Mishima and Nina Williams Tekken
Lars Alexandersson and Alisa Bosconovitch* Tekken
Marshall Law and Paul Phoenix Tekken
Siegfried and Sophitia Alexandra Soul
Heishirō Mitsurugi and Taki Soul
Kilik and Chai Xianghua Soul
Goku and Vegeta Dragon Ball
Future Trunks and Piccolo Dragon Ball
Bravoman and Wonder Momo Bravoman & Wonder Momo
Klonoa and Guntz Klonoa
Kite and BlackRose .hack
Tokio Kuryuu and Haseo .hack
Evan Bernard and Giorgio Bruno Time Crisis
Soma Schicksal and Alisa Ilinichina Amiella God Eater
Lindow Amamiya and Sakuya Tachibana God Eater
Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha Naruto
Shikamaru Nara and Temari Naruto
Monkey D. Luffy and Roronoa Zoro One Piece
Kamen Riders Decade and Diend Kamen Rider
Kamen Riders Double and OOO Kamen Rider
Kamen Riders Ghost and Drive Kamen Rider
Gokai Red* and Gokai Silver Super Sentai
Akaranger and Big One Super Sentai
Kyoryu Red and Regina Super Sentai & Dino Crisis (Capcom)
Space Sheriffs Gavan and Sharivan Metal Hero
Haken Browning and Kaguya Nanbu Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier
Aledy Nash and Neige Hausen Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier EXCEED
Axel Almar and Einst Alfimi Super Robot Wars A & Impact
Stahn Aileron and Rutee Katrea Tales
Yuri Lowell and Judith Tales
Flynn Scifo and Estellise Sidos Heurassein* Tales
Raven and Rita Mordio Tales
Sorey and Mikleo Tales
Gilgamesh and Ki The Tower of Druaga
Taizo Hori and Toby "Kissy" Masuyo Dig Dug & Baraduke
Rexx and Aty Summon Night
Ciel Alençon and Nana Kouzuki God Eater
KOS-MOS and Fiora Xenosaga & Xenoblade Chronicles (Nintendo)
Kogorō Tenzai and Mii Kōryūji Project X Zone

Capcom

Name Game Series
Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine Resident Evil
Dante and Bayonetta Devil May Cry & Bayonetta (Sega)
Vergil and Nero Devil May Cry
Hayato Kanzaki and June Lin Milliam Star Gladiator
Mega Man X and Zero Mega Man X
MegaMan.EXE and Roll.EXE Mega Man Battle Network
Mega Man (Geo Stelar) and Harp Note Mega Man Star Force
Miles Edgeworth and Franziska von Karma Ace Attorney
Ryu and Ken Masters Street Fighter
Chun-Li and Cammy White* Street Fighter
Guile and Charlie Nash Street Fighter
Sakura Kasugano and Karin Kanzuki Street Fighter
Demitri Maximoff and Morrigan Aensland Darkstalkers
Jon Talbain and Felicia Darkstalkers
Frank West and Hsien-Ko Dead Rising & Darkstalkers
Cody and Guy Final Fight
Batsu Ichimonji and Hinata Wakaba Rival Schools
Strider Hiryu and Hotsuma Strider & Shinobi (Sega)
Captain Commando and Ginzu the Ninja Captain Commando
Baby Head and Mack the Knife Captain Commando
Sanada Yukimura and Date Masamune Sengoku BASARA
Unknown Soldiers 1 and 2 Lost Worlds

Sega

Name Game Series
Axel Stone and Blaze Fielding Streets of Rage
Vyse and Aika Skies of Arcadia
Welkin Gunther and Alicia Melchiott Valkyria Chronicles
Avan Hardins and Cosette Coalhearth Valkyria Chronicles
Kurt Irving and Riela Marcellis Valkyria Chronicles
Joe Musashi and Hibana Shinobi & Nightshade
Akira Yuki and Kage-Maru Virtua Fighter
Lau Chan and Pai Chan Virtua Fighter
Jacky Bryant and Sarah Bryant Virtua Fighter
Sonic the Hedgehog and Shadow the Hedgehog* Sonic the Hedgehog
Knuckles the Echidna and Miles "Tails" Prower Sonic the Hedgehog
Silver the Hedgehog and Blaze the Cat Sonic the Hedgehog
Odin and Alis Landale Phantasy Star
Chaz Ashley and Rika Phantasy Star
Ax Battler and Tyris Flare Golden Axe
Ichirō Ōgami and Sakura Shinguji* Sakura Wars
Shinjiro Taiga and Gemini Sunrise Sakura Wars
Maria Tachibana and Sumire Kanzaki Sakura Wars
Hikaru Shidou and Umi Ryuuzaki Magic Knight Rayearth
Gunstar Blue and Gunstar Red Gunstar Heroes
Samuel Han and Nicole Neil Guardian Heroes
Shou Amabane and Tills Burning Rangers
Toma and Cyrille Shining Force EXA
Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima Yakuza
Zephyr and Leanne* Resonance of Fate
Kyrie Illunis and Morte Asherah Sands of Destruction

Guest Characters (Nintendo, etc.)

Name Game Series Company
Angry Video Game Nerd and Nostalgia Critic AVGN & Channel Awesome Cinemassacre & Channel Awesome
Bullshit Man and Guitar Guy AVGN Cinemassacre
Phelous and Nostalgia Chick Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
PawDugan and MarzGurl Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Benzaie and Bennett the Sage Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
8-Bit Mickey and Handsome Tom Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Pit and Palutena Kid Icarus Nintendo
Chrom and Lucina Fire Emblem: Awakening Nintendo
Michael De Santa and Trevor Philips Grand Theft Auto Rockstar Games
Carl Johnson and Franklin Clinton Grand Theft Auto Rockstar Games
Captain John Price and Soap MacTavish Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Activision

Solo Units

Characters denoted with (*) symbol are initially an enemy unit.

Bandai Namco

Name Game Series
Jesus Christ Original
Isaac Flynn Original
Madoka Original
Heihachi Mishima* Tekken
Yoshimitsu Tekken
Raven Tekken
Jack-X Tekken
Natsu Soulcalibur V
Xiba Soulcalibur V
Yan Leixia Soulcalibur V
Gohan Dragon Ball
Android 17 and Android 18 Dragon Ball
Pac-Man  Pac-Man
Tarosuke Shadow Land
Tsukasa .hack//SIGN
Mimiru* .hack//SIGN
Valkyrie Adventures of Valkyrie
Lenka Utsugi God Eater
Neneko/Neito Yumeria
Gaara* Naruto
Sakura Haruno Naruto
Hinata Hyuga Naruto
Kakashi Hakate Naruto
Kamen Rider 1 Kamen Rider
Kamen Rider Den-O Kamen Rider
Kamen Rider Fourze Kamen Rider
Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Kamen Rider
Red One Super Sentai
Dragon Ranger* Super Sentai
Abare Killer* Super Sentai
Space Sheriff Shaider Metal Hero
Sänger Zonvolt 3rd Super Robot Wars Alpha: To the End of the Galaxy
Judas* Tales
Kyle Dunamis Tales
Karol Capel Tales
Sophie Tales
Taira no Kagekiyo The Genji and the Heike Clans
Hiromi Tengenji Burning Force
Dylan Will Delteana Summon Night X: Tears Crown
Romeo Leoni God Eater
Shion Uzuki Xenosaga
Jet Jaguar Godzilla

Capcom

Name Game Series
Leon S. Kennedy Resident Evil
Trish Devil May Cry
Lady Devil May Cry
Edward Falcon Power Stone
Zack Zack & Wiki
Ele Plasma Sword
Axl Mega Man X
ProtoMan.EXE Mega Man Battle Network
Tron Bonne and Servbots Mega Man Legends
Quint* Mega Man
Phoenix Wright and Maya Fey Ace Attorney
Apollo Justice and Trucy Wright Ace Attorney
Ingrid Street Fighter
Ibuki Street Fighter
Dan Hibiki Street Fighter
Lilith Darkstalkers
Tessa Red Earth
Arthur Ghosts 'n Goblins
Mike Haggar Final Fight
Hideo Shimazu Rival Schools
Viewtiful Joe Viewtiful Joe
Saki Omokane Quiz Nanairo Dreams
Nathan Spencer Bionic Commando
Asura Asura's Wrath
Soki Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams
Rekka Shirogane Gaist Crusher
Jin Saotome Cyberbots
Devilotte De Deathsatan IX Cyberbots

Sega

Name Game Series
Pretty SEGA Gamer Original
Eddie "Skate" Hunter Streets of Rage
Fina Skies of Arcadia
Billy Hatcher Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg
Ulala Space Channel 5
Imca* Valkyria Chronicles III
Beat Jet Set Radio
Wolf Hawkfield Virtua Fighter
Jeffry McWild Virtua Fighter
Segata Sanshiro Sega Saturn Advertisements
Amy Rose Sonic the Hedgehog
Rouge the Bat* Sonic the Hedgehog
NiGHTS* Nights into Dreams...
Noah Phantasy Star
Ethan Waber Phantasy Star Universe
Gilius Thunderhead Golden Axe
Bruno Delinger Dynamite Cop
Erica Fontaine Sakura Wars
Kohran Li Sakura Wars
Fuu Hououji Magic Knight Rayearth
Randy M. Green Guardian Heroes
Max Shining Force
Rikiya Busujima Zombie Revenge
Vectorman Vectorman
Genghis Bahn III Fighting Vipers
Vashyron Resonance of Fate
Prince Ali Beyond Oasis
Ryo Hazuki Shenmue

Guest Characters (Nintendo, etc.)

Name Game Series Company
Linkara Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Angry Joe Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Cinema Snob Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Chester A. Bum Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Mewtwo Pokémon Nintendo
Robin Fire Emblem: Awakening Nintendo
Niko Bellic Grand Theft Auto IV Rockstar Games
Dragonborn The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Bethesda Softworks
Ezio Auditore da Firenze Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Ubisoft

Non-Playable Characters

Bosses

Bandai Namco

Name Game/Series
Anti-God (Final Boss) Original
Lucifer/Satan Original
Evilina Original
Scheisse von Arschloch Original
Beelzebub Original
Asmodeus Original
Belial Original
Leviathan Original
Abaddon Original
Mammon Original
Belphegor Original
8 Ball Original
Kryptos Original
Xanthar Original
Teeth Original
Keyhole Original
Hectorgon Original
Amorphous Shape Original
Pyronica Original
Paci-Fire Original
Muhammad al-Mahdi Original
Fahad Mustafa Original
Mahmoud Umar Khan Original
Asthragir the Darkened Original
Malthais the Damned Original
Diabolos the Condemned Original
Slakrog the Convicted Original
Bolskhroth the Punished Original
Baalai the Hated Original
Thalosios the Jailed Original
Dr. Jerk-off and Mr. Hell Original
Tong Shau Ping Original
Zombie George Custer Original
Bimmy Original
Jilly Original
Gar-Bitch Pill Killers Original
Cat in the Shat Original
Mr. Fuckit Original
CAT-201 v.2.0 Original
Son of the Mask Original
The Hands of Fake Original
Evil Baby Geniuses Original
Saya Namco × Capcom
Dokumezu Namco × Capcom
Dokugozu Namco × Capcom
Sheath Project X Zone 2
Joker Klonoa
Janga Klonoa
Kronos Tales of Destiny
Zagi Tales of Vesperia
Duke Pantarei Tales of Vesperia
Skeith .hack
Azure Kite .hack
Nightmare Soulcalibur
Zouna Adventures of Valkyrie
Kamuz Adventures of Valkyrie
Black Valkyrie Adventures of Valkyrie
Druaga The Tower of Druaga
Wilhelm Xenosaga
T-elos Xenosaga
Cell Dragon Ball
Android 21 Dragon Ball
Frieza Dragon Ball
Evil Majin Boo Dragon Ball
Broly Dragon Ball
Itachi Uchiha Naruto
Madara Uchiha Naruto
Zetsu Naruto
Kaguya Otsutsuki Naruto
Ambassador Hell Kamen Rider
Doctor Shinigami Kamen Rider
Apollo Geist Kamen Rider
King Dark Kamen Rider
Neo Organism Kamen Rider
Carbuncle Phantom Kamen Rider
Shadow Moon Kamen Rider
Kamen Rider Dark Decade Kamen Rider
Kamen Rider Eternal Kamen Rider
Skydain Kamen Rider
Groundain Kamen Rider
Bio Hunter Silva Super Sentai
DezumoVoorla Super Sentai
Yogoshimacritein Super Sentai
Doukoku Chimatsuri Super Sentai
Brajira of the Messiah Super Sentai
Black Cross King Super Sentai
Ackdos Gill Super Sentai
Warz Gill Super Sentai
Deboth Super Sentai
Strategist Raider Metal Hero
Azazel Tekken
Jinpachi Mishima Tekken
Kazumi Mishima Tekken
Unknown Tekken
True Ogre Tekken
Dr. Bomb Bravoman
Black Bravo Bravoman
Amazona Wonder Momo
Vajra God Eater
Marduk God Eater
Saito Musashibo Benkei The Genji and the Heike Clans
Kiso Yoshinaka The Genji and the Heike Clans
Minamoto no Yoritomo The Genji and the Heike Clans
Minamoto no Yoshitsune The Genji and the Heike Clans
Phantom Endless Frontier
Necron Endless Frontier EXCEED
Omicon Endless Frontier EXCEED
Shin Godzilla Godzilla
King Ghidorah Godzilla
Gigan Godzilla
Biollante Godzilla
MechaGodzilla Godzilla
Mecha-King Ghidorah Godzilla
SpaceGodzilla Godzilla
Destoroyah Godzilla
Bagan Godzilla

Capcom

Name Game/Series
Doctor Wily Mega Man
Enker Mega Man
Punk Mega Man
Ballade Mega Man
Sigma Mega Man X
Vile V Mega Man X
Mega Man Juno Mega Man Legends
DarkMan.EXE Mega Man Battle Network
Bass.EXE Mega Man Battle Network
Akuma Street Fighter
Juli Street Fighter
Juni Street Fighter
Juri Han Street Fighter
Seth Street Fighter
Balrog Street Fighter
Sagat Street Fighter
Vega Street Fighter
F.A.N.G. Street Fighter
M. Bison Street Fighter
Necalli Street Fighter
Gill Street Fighter
Grandmaster Meio Strider
Solo Strider
Tong Pooh Strider
Strider Hien Strider
B.B. Hood Darkstalkerss
Pyron Darkstalkers
Lord Raptor Darkstalkers
Jedah Dohma Darkstalkers
Nelo Angelo Devil May Cry
Angelo Credo Devil May Cry
Mundus Devil May Cry
Scumocide Captain Commando
Druk Captain Commando
Shtrom Jr. Captain Commando
Shtrom Captain Commando
Dahlia Hawthorne Ace Attorney
Albert Wesker Resident Evil
Ustanak Resident Evil
Nemesis-T Type Resident Evil
Black Hayato Star Gladiator
Bilstein Star Gladiator
Oda Nobunaga Sengoku BASARA
Nōhime Sengoku BASARA
Alastor Viewtiful Joe
Astaroth Ghosts ‘n Goblins
Shielder Ghosts ‘n Goblins
Nebiroth Ghosts ‘n Goblins
Sardius Ghosts ‘n Goblins
Red Arremer Joker Ghosts ‘n Goblins

Sega

Name Game/Series
Galcian Skies of Arcadia
Admiral Belleza Skies of Arcadia
Selvaria Bles Valkyria Chronicles
Father Balder Bayonetta
Loptr Bayonetta
Dural Virtua Fighter
Shadow Space Channel 5
Coco ★ Tapioca Space Channel 5
Lashiec Phantasy Star
Dark Falz Phantasy Star
Renvolt Magashi Phantasy Star Universe
Death Bringer Golden Axe
Kurohaganeα Nightshade
Mr. X Streets of Rage
Break Streets of Rage
Doctor Eggman Sonic the Hedgehog
Metal Sonic Sonic the Hedgehog
Zavok Sonic the Hedgehog
Black Doom Sonic the Hedgehog
Chaos Sonic the Hedgehog
Infinite Sonic the Hedgehog
Mephiles the Dark Sonic the Hedgehog
Solaris Sonic the Hedgehog
Reala Nights into Dreams…
Jackle Nights into Dreams…
Wizeman Nights into Dreams...
Aoi Satan Sakura Wars
Okubo Sakura Wars
Ranmaru Sakura Wars
Dokurobou Sakura Wars
Aya-me Sakura Wars
Keigo Kyogoku Sakura Wars
Oni-Ou Sakura Wars
Ciseaux Sakura Wars
Alien Queen Alien vs. Predator
Predator Alien vs. Predator
Valgan Reinhart Guardian Heroes
Remaissance La Vaes Shining Force EXA

Third-Party Companies

Name Game/Series Company
Death Mwauthzyx Angry Video Game Nerd Cinemassacre
Glitch Gremlin Angry Video Game Nerd Cinemassacre
General Dark Onward Angry Video Game Nerd Cinemassacre
Jason Voorhees Friday the 13th N/A
Freddy Krueger A Nightmare on Elm Street N/A
Corporate Commander Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Dr. Insano Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Lord Vyce Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Metal Face Xenoblade Chronicles Nintendo
Nemesis Face Xenoblade Chronicles Nintendo
Egil Xenoblade Chronicles Nintendo
Hades Kid Icarus Nintendo
Medusa Kid Icarus Nintendo
Kyurem Pokémon Nintendo
Necrozma Pokémon Nintendo
Validar Fire Emblem: Awakening Nintendo
Grima Fire Emblem: Awakening Nintendo
Dimitri Rascalov Grand Theft Auto IV Rockstar Games
Vladimir Makarov Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Activision
Alduin The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Bethesda Softworks

Enemies

Bandai Namco

  • Kamaitachi (Namco X Capcom)
  • Katana (Namco X Capcom)
  • Aku Tengu (Namco X Capcom)
  • Gou Tengu (Namco X Capcom)
  • Akatana (Project X Zone)
  • Byakuya X (Project X Zone)
  • Sword (Project X Zone 2)
  • Blue Hatter (Project X Zone 2)
  • Red Hatter (Project X Zone 2)
  • Orange Hatter (Project X Zone 2)
  • 18 (Project X Zone 2)
  • 88 (Project X Zone 2)
  • 15 (Project X Zone 2)
  • 55 (Project X Zone 2)
  • 12 (Project X Zone 2)
  • 22 (Project X Zone 2)
  • Demon (Original)
  • Shadow Demon (Original)
  • Demon Commander (Original)
  • Skeletal Minion (Original)
  • Skeletal Mage (Original)
  • Flesh Eater (Original)
  • Abomination (Original)
  • Horribler (Original)
  • Terribler (Original)
  • Infernal (Original)
  • Abysmal (Original)
  • Lesser Gargoyle (Original)
  • Greater Gargoyle (Original)
  • Hellspawn (Original)
  • Hell Guard (Original)
  • Baphomet (Original)
  • Centaur (Original)
  • Fire Hydra (Original)
  • Satanic Horror (Original)
  • Satanic Beast (Original)
  • Satanic Winged Beast (Original)
  • Death General (Original)
  • Deceiver (Original)
  • Destroyer (Original)
  • Jailer (Original)
  • Slave Master (Original)
  • ISIS Soldier (Original)
  • ISIS Suicide Bomber (Original)
  • Jihad Terrorist (Original)
  • Jihad Weapons-dealer (Original)
  • Jihad Sorcerer (Original)
  • Jihad Admiral (Original)
  • Caliphate Warrior (Original)
  • Caliphate Gunner (Original)
  • Caliphate Cavalry (Original)
  • Caliphate Artillery (Original)
  • Anti-Christ Infantry (Original)
  • Anti-Christ Special Marine (Original)
  • Anti-Christ General (Original)
  • Anti-Christ Combat Tank (Original)
  • Anti-Christ Mechanical Walker (Original)
  • Magma Catapult (Original)
  • Cult Worshiper (Original)
  • Cult Blasphemer (Original)
  • Necromancer (Original)
  • Luciferion (Original)
  • Hell Crawler (Original)
  • Omicon (Endless Frontier)
  • Necron (Endless Frontier)
  • Book of the Dead (Endless Frontier)
  • Book of Judgment (Endless Frontier)
  • Defense Droid Alpha (Endless Frontier)
  • Defense Droid Gamma (Endless Frontier)
  • WR.Red-Heavy (Endless Frontier)
  • WR.Gold-Heavy (Endless Frontier)
  • Emerald Dragon (Endless Frontier)
  • Blackflame Dragon (Endless Frontier)
  • Goblin (Xenosaga)
  • Golem (Xenosaga)
  • Glare (Xenosaga)
  • Expression (Xenosaga)
  • Bugbear (Xenosaga)
  • 27-Series Asura (Xenosaga)
  • Armaros (Xenosaga)
  • Perun (Xenosaga)
  • Stribog (Xenosaga)
  • Svarozic (Xenosaga)
  • Mokujin (Tekken)
  • Tetsujin (Tekken)
  • Kinjin (Tekken)
  • Prototype Jack (Tekken)
  • Charade (Soul Calibur)
  • Chaox (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Sizath (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Robodian (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Honorian (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Dadatta (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Saibaimen (Dragon Ball)
  • Appule (Dragon Ball)
  • Ghost Warrior (Dragon Ball)
  • Cyclopian Guard (Dragon Ball)
  • Shadow Dragon (Dragon Ball)
  • Clone Goku (Dragon Ball)
  • Clone Vegeta (Dragon Ball)
  • Clone Gohan (Dragon Ball)
  • Clone Piccolo (Dragon Ball)
  • Clone Krillin (Dragon Ball)
  • Clone Tienshinhan (Dragon Ball)
  • Clone Yamcha (Dragon Ball)
  • Clone Future Trunks (Dragon Ball)
  • Anbu Mask (Naruto)
  • White Zetsu (Naruto)
  • Marine Member (One Piece)
  • Shocker Combatman (Kamen Rider)
  • Dai-Shocker Combatman (Kamen Rider)
  • Destron Combatman (Kamen Rider)
  • G.O.D. Warfare Agent (Kamen Rider)
  • Delzar Army Corps (Kamen Rider)
  • Riotrooper (Kamen Rider)
  • Leo Soldier (Kamen Rider)
  • Mole Imagin (Kamen Rider)
  • Masquerade Dopant (Kamen Rider)
  • Waste Yummy (Kamen Rider)
  • Stardust Ninja Dustard (Kamen Rider)
  • Kamen Rider Mage (Kamen Rider)
  • Elementary Inves (Kamen Rider)
  • Roidmude (Kamen Rider)
  • Gamma Commando (Kamen Rider)
  • Bugster Virus (Kamen Rider)
  • Zolder (Super Sentai)
  • Crimer (Super Sentai)
  • Mechaclone (Super Sentai)
  • Golem Soldier (Super Sentai)
  • Black Barmia Soldier (Super Sentai)
  • White Barmia Soldier (Super Sentai)
  • Gormin (Super Sentai)
  • Sugormin (Super Sentai)
  • Dogormin (Super Sentai)
  • Zorima (Super Sentai)
  • Crusher (Metal Hero)
  • Fightrow (Metal Hero)
  • Soldier Miracler (Metal Hero)
  • Gattuso (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Gentleman (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Beast Bear (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Egg Bear (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Hysteric Purple (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Hammer Golem (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Outbreaker (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Daybreaker (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Nightbreaker (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Predafish (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Gigafish (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Red Slime (Tales of Destiny)
  • Sorceress (Tales of Destiny)
  • Quox (Tower of Druaga)
  • God Arc Soldier (God Eater)
  • Zygote (God Eater)
  • Kongou (God Eater)
  • Ogretail (God Eater)
  • Cocoon Maiden (God Eater)
  • Gboro-Gboro (God Eater)
  • Dreadpike (God Eater)
  • Abaddon (God Eater)
  • Fallen Kongou (God Eater)
  • Fallen Zygote (Blaze) (God Eater)
  • Fallen Zygote (Freeze) (God Eater)
  • AIDA (Anna) (.hack)
  • Gigamouth (.hack)
  • Apititer (.hack)
  • Bugborn Alpha/Beta/Gamma (.hack)
  • Bug Queen Alpha/Beta/Gamma (.hack)
  • Fiend Menhir (.hack)
  • Statue Menhir (.hack)
  • Sphinx Menhir (.hack)
  • Goblin Mage (.hack)
  • Goblin Sage (.hack)
  • Olin Pack (.hack)
  • Strange Head (.hack)
  • Headhunter (.hack)
  • Headless King (.hack)
  • Phantom Soldier (Summon Night 3)
  • Phantom Summoner (Summon Night 3)
  • Phantom Summoned Beast (Summon Night 3)
  • Feydoom (Yumeria)
  • Xiliens (Godzilla)
  • Kilaak (Godzilla)
  • Space Hunter Nebula M (Godzilla)
  • Futurian (Godzilla)
  • Destoroyah (Juvenile) (Godzilla)
  • Destoroyah (Aggregate) (Godzilla)
  • Destoroyah (Flying) (Godzilla)
  • Millennian (Godzilla)

Capcom

  • Mettaur (Mega Man X)
  • Batton (Mega Man)
  • Pickleman (Mega Man)
  • Sniper Joe (Mega Man)
  • Masked Air Man (Mega Man)
  • Masked Wood Man (Mega Man)
  • Masked Metal Man (Mega Man)
  • Masked Crash Man (Mega Man)
  • Masked Needle Man (Mega Man)
  • Masked Hard Man (Mega Man)
  • Masked Top Man (Mega Man)
  • Masked Magnet Man (Mega Man)
  • Pararoid (Mega Man X)
  • Mettaur C-15 (Mega Man X)
  • Mettaur D2 (Mega Man X)
  • Gulpfer (Mega Man X)
  • Ride Armor (Mega Man X)
  • Gunbolt (Mega Man X)
  • Reaverbot (Horokko) (Mega Man Legends)
  • Reaverbot (Sharukurusu) (Mega Man Legends)
  • Mettaur Virus (Mega Man Battle Network)
  • Billy (Mega Man Battle Network)
  • Swordy (Mega Man Battle Network)
  • Scuttlest (Mega Man Battle Network)
  • Jammer (Mega Man Star Force)
  • Shadaloo Trooper (Street Fighter)
  • Enero (Street Fighter)
  • Février (Street Fighter)
  • März (Street Fighter)
  • Aprile (Street Fighter)
  • Satsuki (Street Fighter)
  • Santamu (Street Fighter)
  • Xiayu (Street Fighter)
  • Jianyu (Street Fighter)
  • Noembleu (Street Fighter)
  • Carol (Captain Commando)
  • Brenda (Captain Commando)
  • Wooky (Captain Commando)
  • Eddy (Captain Commando)
  • Z (Captain Commando)
  • Q-Bee (Darkstalkers)
  • Huitzil (Darkstalkers)
  • Gohma Howler (Asura's Wrath)
  • Gohma Stinger (Asura's Wrath)
  • Gohma Charger (Asura's Wrath)
  • Gohma Crusher (Asura's Wrath)
  • Gohma Squasher (Asura's Wrath)
  • Gohma Glider (Asura's Wrath)
  • Gohma Lasher (Asura's Wrath)
  • Gohma Striker (Asura's Wrath)
  • Gohma Carrier (Asura's Wrath)
  • Hunter Alpha (Resident Evil)
  • Ooze (Resident Evil)
  • Cerberus (Resident Evil)
  • Licker (Resident Evil)
  • Regenerator (Resident Evil)
  • Tricorne (Resident Evil)
  • Pincer (Resident Evil)
  • Plague Crawlers (Resident Evil)
  • Web Spinners (Resident Evil)
  • Hunter α (Resident Evil)
  • Zombie Elephant (Resident Evil)
  • Tyrant T-002 (Resident Evil)
  • Super Tyrant (Resident Evil)
  • Sargasso (Devil May Cry)
  • Marionette (Devil May Cry)
  • Bloody Mari (Devil May Cry)
  • Puia (Devil May Cry)
  • Sin Scissors (Devil May Cry)
  • Kyklops (Devil May Cry)
  • Mancer Demon (Devil May Cry)
  • Hell Pride (Devil May Cry)
  • Hell Envy (Devil May Cry)
  • Hell Wrath (Devil May Cry)
  • Hell Sloth (Devil May Cry)
  • Hell Greed (Devil May Cry)
  • Hell Gluttony (Devil May Cry)
  • Hell Lust (Devil May Cry)
  • Goatling (Devil May Cry)
  • Plasma (Devil May Cry)
  • Zombie (Ghosts 'n Goblins)
  • Red Arremer (Ghosts 'n Goblins)
  • Red Arremer Ace (Ghosts 'n Goblins)
  • White Arremer (Ghosts 'n Goblins)
  • Shielder (Ghosts 'n Goblins)
  • Vector (Star Gladiator)
  • Ampulex Compressa Giganteus Wasp (Dead Rising)
  • Zombie Poodle (Dead Rising)
  • Zombie Parrot (Dead Rising)
  • Velociraptor (Dino Crisis)
  • Pteranodon (Dino Crisis)
  • Compsognathus (Dino Crisis)
  • Imp (Okami)
  • Guardian (Okami)
  • Namahage (Okami)
  • Clay Soldier (Okami)
  • Blockhead (Okami)

Sega

  • Eggrobo (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Egg Gunner (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Egg Stinger (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Egg Lancer (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Fireworm (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Slicer (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Caterkiller (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Skorp (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Buzz Bomber (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Aero Chaser (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Crabmeat (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Asteron (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Robot X (Streets of Rage)
  • Galsia (Streets of Rage)
  • Nora (Streets of Rage)
  • Shiva (Streets of Rage)
  • Afinity (Bayonetta)
  • Enchant (Bayonetta)
  • Hatred (Bayonetta)
  • Sloth (Bayonetta)
  • Malicious (Bayonetta)
  • Accolade (Bayonetta)
  • Ardor (Bayonetta)
  • Resentment (Bayonetta)
  • Beloved (Bayonetta)
  • Fearless (Bayonetta)
  • Greed (Bayonetta)
  • Kouma Kagizume (Sakura Wars)
  • Kouma Sandan (Sakura Wars)
  • Kouma Ekisha (Sakura Wars)
  • Kouma Heiki Banrai (Sakura Wars)
  • Kouma Heiki Senkou (Sakura Wars)
  • Blanche (Sakura Wars)
  • Jaune (Sakura Wars)
  • Orange II (Sakura Wars)
  • Avalanche (Sakura Wars)
  • Thor (Sakura Wars)
  • Kyoukashinobi Kusa (Nightshade)
  • Kyoukashinobi Ouzutsu (Nightshade)
  • Kawarakitou (Nightshade)
  • Ebitan (Zombie Revenge: The House of the Dead)
  • Hedrin (Zombie Revenge: The House of the Dead)
  • Dark Serpent (Shining Force EXA)
  • Dark Stalker (Shining Force EXA)
  • Boar (Shining Force EXA)
  • Boar (Large) (Shining Force EXA)
  • Succubus (Shining Force EXA)
  • Dark Serpent (Shining Force EXA)
  • Master Medusa (Shining Force EXA)
  • Aggro (Yakuza: Dead Souls)
  • Hermit (Yakuza: Dead Souls)
  • Diptera (Yakuza: Dead Souls)
  • Arahabaki Prototype (Yakuza: Dead Souls)
  • Dolled-Up Dwellest (Resonance of Fate)
  • Safety Dwellest (Resonance of Fate)
  • Bazooka Dwellest (Resonance of Fate)
  • Tar Man (Resonance of Fate)
  • Vibrant Tar Man (Resonance of Fate)
  • Treasure Mimic (Resonance of Fate)
  • Golden Mimic (Resonance of Fate)
  • Blood Doll Chainsaw (Resonance of Fate)
  • Blood Doll Flame (Resonance of Fate)
  • Blood Doll Omega (Resonance of Fate)
  • Yeti (Resonance of Fate)
  • Heat Yeti (Resonance of Fate)
  • Mad Yeti (Resonance of Fate)
  • Morolian (Space Channel 5)
  • Rhythm Robot (Space Channel 5)
  • Kin, Kon & Kan (Space Channel 5)
  • Old Bermuda Gang (Dynamite Cop)
  • High Bermuda Gang (Dynamite Cop)

Third-Party

  • R.O.B. (Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures)
  • Ghost of Christmas (Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures)
  • Skylar (Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures)
  • Jack-O-Lantern (Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures)
  • Witch (Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures)
  • Flaming Skull (Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures)
  • Scotoro (Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures)
  • EeeTee (Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures)
  • Reaper (Kid Icarus)
  • Eggplant Wizard (Kid Icarus)
  • Chaos Kin (Kid Icarus)
  • Chariot Master (Kid Icarus)
  • Skuttler (Kid Icarus)
  • Aurum (Kid Icarus)
  • Cryogonal (Pokémon)
  • Fighter Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Sorcerer Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Archer Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Revenant Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Sage Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Entombed Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Mass-Produced Face (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M63 Harvester Unit (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M82X Melee Unit (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M83 Predator Unit (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Sentinel Mechon (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M85 Meteor Artillery (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Offensive Mechon Plus (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Offensive Seeker Unit (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M87 Prototype (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Ultranationalist Russians (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare)

Event Characters

Name Game/Series Company
Paraiya Original Bandai Namco
King of Mewni Original Bandai Namco
Queen of Mewni Original Bandai Namco
Meden Traore Project X Zone Bandai Namco
Due Flabellum Project X Zone Bandai Namco
Chizuru Urashima Project X Zone 2 Bandai Namco
Aura .hack Bandai Namco
Otohime Shadow Land Bandai Namco
Miyuki-Chan Ordyne Bandai Namco
Ultraman Orb Ultraman Bandai Namco
AkaRed Super Sentai Bandai Namco
Shenron Dragon Ball Bandai Namco
Bulma Dragon Ball Bandai Namco
Krillin Dragon Ball Bandai Namco
Beerus Dragon Ball Bandai Namco
Whis Dragon Ball Bandai Namco
Ino Yamanaka Naruto Bandai Namco
Toneri Otsutsuki Naruto Bandai Namco
Orochimaru Naruto Bandai Namco
Hanabi Hyuga Naruto Bandai Namco
Mothra Godzilla Bandai Namco
Sylphie Forgotten Worlds Capcom
Dr. Light Mega Man Capcom
Alia Mega Man X Capcom
Simon Blackquill Ace Attorney Capcom
Nahyuta Sahdmadhi Ace Attorney Capcom
Rayfa Padma Khura'in Ace Attorney Capcom
Ada Wong Resident Evil Capcom
Rodin Bayonetta Sega
Princess Elise Sonic the Hedgehog Sega
Kanna Kirishima Sakura Wars Sega
Iris Chateaubriand Sakura Wars Sega
Garigliano Resonance of Fate Sega
Board James Angry Video Game Nerd Cinemassacre
Spoony Channel Awesome Channel Awesome
Dunban Xenoblade Chronicles Nintendo
Viridi Kid Icarus: Uprising Nintendo
Phosphora Kid Icarus: Uprising Nintendo
Zygarde Pokémon Nintendo
Tiki Fire Emblem: Awakening Nintendo
Sumia Fire Emblem: Awakening Nintendo

Cameo Appearances

Attacks

  • AVGN summons Super Mecha Death Christ 2000 B.C. Version 4.0 Beta during his Special Attack with Nostalgia Critic.
  • Linkara summons Pollo, 90's Kid, Doctor Linksano and Harvey Finevoice from Atop the Fourth Wall during his Solo Unit Attack.
  • Angry Joe summons Other Joe and the Angry Army from the Angry Joe Show during his Solo Unit Attack.
  • Valkyrie summons Ultraman Geed, Mappy, M.O.M.O. from Xenosaga and Prince from Katamari Damacy during her Solo Unit Attack.
  • Kakashi summons Jiraiya from Metal Hero and AkaNinger Chozetsu from Super Sentai during his Solo Unit Attack.
  • Haseo summons Avatar Skeith during his Multi-Attack with Tokio.
  • Kamen Rider Den-O has five different Solo Unit attacks based on different forms/Imagin varied by the Attack Threshold Meter:
    • If the ATM ranges from 0%-20%, Den-O's Gun Form (Ryutaros) performs the Solo Unit attack.
    • If the ATM is 21%-40%, Den-O's Axe Form (Kintaros) does the attack.
    • If the ATM is 41%-60%, Den-O's Rod Form (Urataros) attacks.
    • If the ATM is 61%-80%, Den-O's Sword Form (Momotaros) attacks.
    • If the ATM is 81%-100%, Den-O's Climax Form attacks.
  • Kamen Rider Decade transforms into Kamen Riders Agito, Faiz, Kabuto and Kiva, while Diend summons Kamen Riders G3, Kaixa, Gatack and Saga in some of their attacks.
  • Similarly, Gokai Red uses his Gokai Change to transform into Red Falcon, OhRed, DekaRed and ShinkenRed and Gokai Silver into KibaRanger, KingRanger, DekaBreak and ShinkenGold, all from Super Sentai, in some of their attacks.
  • Miles & Franziska summon Dick Gumshoe and Kay Faraday from Ace Attorney in some of their attacks and The Judge in their Special Attack.
  • Phoenix & Maya summon Steel Samurai, Pink Princess and Missile from Ace Attorney during their Solo Unit attack.
  • Apollo & Trucy summon Mr. Hat and Ponco from Ace Attorney during their Solo Unit attack.
  • Strider Hiryu summons Amaterasu Okami from Okami and Lee Wong from Tiger Road during his Support attack with Hotsuma.
  • Unknown Soldiers 1 & 2 summon Mobile Suits Alpha & Beta from Side Arms Hyper Dyne during their Support Attack.
  • Saki Omokane summons G Kaiser from Tech Romancer and PTX-40A from Lost Planet during her Solo Unit attack.
  • Jin Saotome summons Blodia from Cyberbots and Gingira from E.X. Troopers during his Solo Unit attack.
  • Devilotte de DeathSatan IX summons Dave the Scientist, Xavier the Wizard and S-008 SUPER-8 from Cyberbots during her Solo Unit attack.
  • Segata summons Alex Kidd, Wonder Boy and Michael Hardy from Virtua Cop during his Solo Unit attack.
  • Ulala summons Opa-Opa from Fantasy Zone, Temjin from Virtual On, Amigo from Samba de Amigo and Crazy Taxi during her Solo Unit attack.

Other Cameos

  • In a cutscene during the Battle of Armageddon, Adam, Eve and Isaac announce the Great Resurrection and summon a "massive and grand army of the light from different worlds united for a common cause" to provide back up for the 300 heroes of Shinra fighting the difficult battle. Among the heroes shown in the cutscene are:
    • All other Kamen Riders (#2, V3, Riderman, X, Amazon, Stronger, Skyrider, Super-1, ZX, Black, Black RX, Shin, ZO, J, Kuuga, Agito, Ryuki, Faiz, Blade, Hibiki, Kabuto, Kiva, Wizard, Gaim, Build and all Secondary and Extra Riders.)
    • All Ultramen (Ultraman, Seven, Jack, Ace, Taro, Leo, Astra, 80, Tiga, Dyna, Agul, Gaia, Neos, Great, Victory, Cosmos, Justice, Nexus, Max, Mebius, Hikari, Hunter Knight Tsurugi, Zero, Zoffy, Father of Ultra, Mother of Ultra, Powered, Noa, King, Xenon, Zearth, Ginga, X, Orb and Geed.)
    • All Super Sentai (Gorenger, JAKQ, Battle Fever, Denjiman, Sun Vulcan, Goggle V, Dynaman, Bioman, Changeman, Flashman, Maskman, Liveman, Turboranger, Fiveman, Jetman, Zyuranger, Dairanger, Kakuranger, Ohranger, Carranger, Megaranger, Gingaman, GoGoV, Timeranger, Gaoranger, Hurricanger, Abaranger, Dekaranger, Magiranger, Boukenger, Gekiranger, Go-Onger, Shinkenger, Goseiger, Gokaiger, Go-Busters, Kyoryuger, ToQger, Ninninger, Zyuhoger, Kyuranger, Lupinranger and Patoranger.)
    • All Metal Heroes (Jaspion, Spielban, Metalder, Jiraiya, Jiban, Winspector, Solbrain, Exceedraft, Janperson, Blue SWAT and B-Fighters.)
    • Other Toei Heroes (Akakage, Robot Detective, Barom-1, Kikaider, Kikaider 01, Inazuman, Zubat, Nebula Mask Machine Man, Byclosser)
    • Super Robots (Giant Robo, Red Baron, Mach Baron and Daitetsujin 17)
    • Ambassador Magma
    • Iron King
    • Other Tsubaraya Heroes (Azteckaiser, Jumborg Ace, Izenborg, Fireman, Mirrorman, Gridman, Metal Kaiser and Koseidon)
    • Denjin Zaborger
    • Akumaizers Xavitan, Evil and Gabra
    • Garo
    • All SeiShin Heroes (Gransazers, Justirisers and Sazer-X)
    • All Dragon Ball (Son Goten, Trunks, Tienshinhan, Chiaotzu, Yamcha, Chi Chi, Mr Satan, Majin Boo, Videl, Master Roshi, Oolong, Puar, Marron)
    • Battle Hawk
    • Gaion Sigma
    • Silver Kamen
    • Henshin Ninjas Arashi and Shinsei
    • Hurricane Polymar
    • Kaiteijin 8823
    • Lion Maru
    • Dennou Keisatsu Cybercop
    • Tekkōki Mikazuki

Soundtrack

Song Game/Series Theme of
Final Wars - The Alfee Original Intro
Clash of Light and Dark Original Menu
The Beginning of Time Original Introduction/Prologue
Glory of God Original Adam Pines
Shining Star Original Princess Eve Butterfly
Techincal Difficulties Original Isaac Flynn
The King of Kings ~ Son of God's Hymn Original Jesus Christ
Wings Original Jordh
Toki wo Kizamu Uta Original Fauna
Mischief Original Leukothea
Divine Retribution Original O'ginn
Trembling City of Aris Namco × Capcom Reiji Arisu
Brave New World Namco × Capcom Xiaomu
Wanderer's Road Project X Zone Kogoro Tenzai
Hard Time Project X Zone Mii Kouryuuji
Evil Profusion Namco × Capcom Saya
Main Theme [8-Bit Remix] Angry Video Game Nerd Angry Video Game Nerd
Main Theme [Rock Remix] Angry Video Game Nerd Angry Video Game Nerd
The Review Must Go On Channel Awesome Nostalgia Critic
Welcome to Atop the Fourth Wall Atop the Fourth Wall Linkara
Angry Joe Is There! The Angry Joe Show Angry Joe
Accelerating Chaos Namco × Capcom
Rapid Storm Project X Zone
Everything is Within Battle Namco × Capcom
Dark Target Project X Zone
Rising Stage Project X Zone
That Shadow Namco × Capcom
Facing the Wind Namco × Capcom
Unperturbed Footsteps Project X Zone 2: Brave New World
Silent Approach Project X Zone
Tear Drop Project X Zone
Galaxy Project X Zone
All the World's a Stage Project X Zone 2: Brave New World
A Storm Named Destiny Namco × Capcom
Positive Thinkin' Namco × Capcom
The Shimmering of Darkness Namco × Capcom
Footsteps of Time Namco × Capcom
That Shadow, from the Other Side Namco × Capcom
The Dragon Soars, the Turtle Gallops Project X Zone 2: Brave New World
Invisible Dark Project X Zone 2: Brave New World
Brave Parade Project X Zone
To Those Who are Leaving Namco × Capcom
Path to Certain Victory Namco × Capcom
Like a Dream at That Time Namco × Capcom
Someday, Under the Moon Namco × Capcom
Pater Noster Original
Distant Years Original
Can You Forgive Me? Original
Into the Abyss Original
Our Love Original
Zero Original Insert Song 1
Tsubasa - Eir Aoi Original Insert Song 2
Cradle of Eternity - Yuko Suzuhana Original Insert Song 3
Rise Original
Sound the Alarm! Original
Darkness Is Original
Immor(t)ality Original
Hymn of the Damned Original
By the Hand of Christ Original
Ave Maria Original Sub-Menu/Crosspedia
Parting at the Foot of the Hill Original
A New Life Reborn Original
The First Noel Original
Persecution of the Masses Shin Godzilla Godzilla
Who Will Know? (Tragedy) Shin Godzilla
Battle in Outer Space Great Space War (1959)
MechaGodzilla's Theme Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla (1974) MechaGodzilla
Godzilla 1989 Godzilla vs. Biollante Biollante
King Ghidorah's Theme Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah King Ghidorah
G-Force March Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla (1993)
SpaceGodzilla's Theme Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla SpaceGodzilla
Main Title / Hong Kong's Destruction! Godzilla vs. Destoroyah Destoroyah
Gigan Awakens Godzilla Final Wars Gigan
Mecha-King Ghidorah's Theme Super Godzilla Mecha-King Ghidorah
Bagan's Theme Super Godzilla Bagan
VS. Jet Jaguar Godzilla (2015) Jet Jaguar
Wild Fang Mega Man X8 Mega Man X
Opening Stage Zero Mega Man X5 Zero
Cyber Geometry Mega Man X7 Axl
Battlefield Mega Man Battle Network 6 MegaMan.EXE
Operation! Mega Man Battle Network Roll.EXE
Virus Busting Mega Man Battle Network 2 Protoman.EXE
Shooting Star Mega Man Star Force Mega Man (Geo Stelar)
Wave World Mega Man Star Force Harp Note
Flutter Vs. The Gesellschaft Mega Man Legends Tron Bonne
Main Hub Make A Good Mega Man Level 2
Boss Battle Theme Make A Good Mega Man Level 2
The Pit Of Pits Make A Good Mega Man Level 2
Feast of the Damned Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Demitri Maximoff
Deserted Chateau Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Morrigan Aensland
Vanity Paradise Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Hsien-Ko
Concrete Cave Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Jon Talbain
Tower of Arrogance Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Felicia
War Agony Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Lilith Aensland
Fetus of God Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Jedah Dohma
Valkyria's Awakening Valkyria Chronicles Alicia Melchiott & Riela Marcellis
Open Fire! Valkyria Chronicles III Imca
If You Wish for It Valkyria Chronicles III Kurt Irving
Underworld Kid Icarus: Uprising Pit
Palutena's Theme Kid Icarus: Uprising Palutena
Duty [Ablaze] Fire Emblem Awakening Lucina
Conquest [Ablaze] Fire Emblem Awakening Chrom
Divine Decree [Ablaze] Fire Emblem Awakening Robin
Ride the Tiger Virtua Fighter 2 Akira Yuki
Ai wa Tsuienai Virtua Fighter 5 Jacky Bryant
Love is Not Enough Virtua Fighter Anime Pai-Chan & Kage Maru
Manifest! Imperial Floral Assault Group (Tokyo) Sakura Wars 4: Fall In Love, Maidens Ichiro Ogami
Move Out! Imperial Floral Assault Group Theme Sakura Wars Sakura Shinguji
Battle 1 Sakura Wars 2: Beloved, You Must Not Die Maria Tachibana
Manifest! Imperial Floral Assault Group (Original) Sakura Wars Sumire Kanzaki
Try Your Best! Imperial Floral Assault Group Sakura Wars Kohran Li
Under the Imperial Flag Sakura Wars 3: Is Paris Burning? Erica Fontaine
Warriors of the Earth Sakura Wars V: So Long, My Love Gemini Sunrise
Assault Sakura Wars V: So Long, My Love Shinjiro Taiga
Green Hill Zone Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) Sonic the Hedgehog & Miles "Tails" Prower
Open Your Heart Sonic Adventure Sonic the Hedgehog
What I'm Made Of Sonic Heroes Knuckles the Echidna & Miles "Tails" Prower
Fist Bump Sonic Forces Knuckles the Echidna
All Hail Shadow Shadow the Hedgehog Shadow the Hedgehog
Live and Learn Sonic Adventure 2 Rouge the Bat
Dreams of an Absolution Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) Silver the Hedgehog
A New Day Sonic Rush Blaze the Cat
Infinite's Theme Sonic Forces Infinite
Dreams, Dreams NiGHTS Into Dreams NiGHTS
Sega Saturn, Shiro! Sega Saturn Commercials Segata Sanshiro
Mexican Flyer Space Channel 5 Ulala
Coco Tapioca: The Huge Dancer Space Channel 5 Coco Tapioca
Report 1: Let's Shoot and Rescue! Space Channel 5 Part 2 Shadow
Sneakman Jet Set Radio Beat
Kazuma Kiryu 'Battle Theme' Yakuza: Dead Souls Kazuma Kiryu
Funk Goes on! Yakuza: Dead Souls Goro Majima
Stage 1 Lost Worlds Unknown Soldiers 1 & 2
Fly Me To The Moon Bayonetta Bayonetta
Tomorrow's Mine Bayonetta 2 Bayonetta
Fury Sparks Tales of Vesperia Yuri Lowell
Ring A Bell Tales of Vesperia Judith
Furnace of War Tales of Vesperia Flynn Scifo
The Cold Morning Star Passes By Tales of Vesperia Estellise Sidos Heurassein
The Full Moon and the Morning Star Tales of Vesperia Rita Mordio
Destiny Tales of Destiny Stahn Aileron
Lion, Irony of Fate Tales of Destiny Rutee Katrea
Shooting Tales of Destiny II Judas
Eternal Wind Tales of Destiny II Kyle Dunamis
The Arrow Was Shot Tales of the Abyss Luke fon Fabre
Oath Tales of Graces Sophie
Sorey's Theme ~Purity~ Tales of Zestiria Sorey
Uphold Your Will with a Sword in Hand Tales of Zestiria Mikleo
Theme of Ryu (Street Fighter V Arrange) Street Fighter V Ryu
Theme of Ken (Street Fighter V Arrange) Street Fighter V Ken Masters
Theme of Chun-Li (Street Fighter V Arrange) Street Fighter V Chun-Li
Theme of Cammy (Street Fighter V Arrange) Street Fighter V Cammy White
Theme of Guile (Street Fighter V Arrange) Street Fighter V Guile
Seek No Escape Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie Ingrid
Love, Feelings and Strong Heart Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie
Brave or Grave Street Fighter Alpha 3 M. Bison
We'll Protect Our School Rival Schools Batsu Ichimonji
Chapter 1: Tragedy ~ A.M.S. Agent Zombie Revenge: The House of the Dead Rikiya Busujima
Ride on Sea Resident Evil: Revelations Jill Valentine
Main Theme Resident Evil 6 Leon S. Kennedy
Revelations Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Chris Redfield
Frank West's Theme Dead Rising Frank West
Pop Deck Pursuit Dynamite Cop Bruno Dellinger
Battle of Your Soul Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra KOS-MOS
We've Got to Believe in Something Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra
She's Coming Back Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra Shion Uzuki
Battling KOS-MOS Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille Zur Macht T-elos
You Will Know Our Names Xenoblade Chronicles Fiora
Engage the Enemy Xenoblade Chronicles
An Obstacle in Our Path Xenoblade Chronicles Metal Face
Phoenix Wright ~ Objection! 2002 Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All Phoenix Wright
Maya Fey ~ Turnabout Sisters 2002 Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All Maya Fey
Pursuit ~ Lying Coldly Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth Miles Edgeworth
Apollo Justice ~ A New Chapter of Trials! 2016 Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice Apollo Justice
Manhattan Assault Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Captain John Price
I Stand Alone Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Soap MacTavish
Arabian End Game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Main Theme Adventure of Valkyrie Valkyrie
Raid! Strider Strider Hiryu
Song of the Dragonborn The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Dragonborn
Let's Go! Rider Kick! [Ver. A] Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001 Kamen Rider 1
Climax Jump Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Kamen Rider Den-O
Tenkaichi Budokai Stage Dragon Ball Xenoverse Goku
Planet Namek Stage Dragon Ball Xenoverse Vegeta
Burning Blood Theme One Piece: Burning Blood Monkey D. Luffy
Thousand Sunny #7 One Piece: Burning Blood Zoro Roronoa
Devils Never Cry Devil May Cry 3 Dante
Ultra Violet (Nelo Angelo Battle) Devil May Cry Lady
Vergil Battle Theme 3 Devil May Cry 3 Vergil
The Time Has Come Devil May Cry 4 Nero
Patience (Other Version) Shinobi Hotsuma
Vengeful Beauty Nightshade Hibana
Megalopolis Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness Jin Saotome
SUPER 8 Theme Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness Devilotte de DeathSatan IX
Federal Headquarters Elevator/Training Stage Star Gladiator Hayato Kanzaki
Against the Absolute Star Gladiator June Lin Milliam
Armament to Battle Plasma Sword: Nightmare of Bilstein Ele
Magic Square War-Zard Tessa
Soki Prologue ~ Soki Theme Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams Kaijin no Soki
Gokaiger's Theme Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross Gokai Red
Kaizokuki Wo Agero Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross Gokai Silver
Surprise Drive Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Kamen Rider Drive
We Think, Therefore We Are Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Kamen Rider Ghost
EXCITE Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Kamen Rider Ex-Aid
Curiosity and the Cat Yumeria Neneko/Neito
Supreme Hero Bravoman Bravoman
Stepping Wind Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil Klonoa
Facade & Blade Klonoa: Door To Phantomile Guntz
Wonder Wars Wonder Momo Anime Wonder Momo
After Transformation Wonder Momo
FIGHT WITH BRAVE Summon Night 3 Rexx
Summoned by the Sun Summon Night 3 Aty
A Heart to be Clear Summon Night 3
Battle! Mewtwo Pokémon X & Y Mewtwo
The Hokage Mansion Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Naruto Uzumaki
Hubris Soul Calibur II Heishiro Mitsurugi
Brave Sword, Brave Soul Soul Calibur II Taki
Faster Than a Howling Wind Soul Calibur V Natsu
Yoshitsune The Genji and the Heike Clans Taira no Kagekiyo
Ryuuguujou ~ Mambo Ryuuguu Shadow Land Tarosuke
Opening Theme Dig Dug II Taizo Hori
Stage A Baraduke II Toby "Kissy" Masuyo
Bay Yard (1st Day) Burning Force Hiromi Tengenji
Endless Voracity God Eater Lindow Amamiya
Over the Clouds God Eater Soma Schicksal
No Way Back -Get Out of my Way!- God Eater Alisa Illinichina Amiella
Kouhachi God Eater Anime Sakuya Tachibana
F.A.T.E. God Eater 2 Ciel Alencon
Stage 1 (City) Captain Commando Captain Commando
Stage 2 (Museum) Captain Commando Baby Head
Stage 3 (Ninja House) Captain Commando Ginzu the Ninja
Stage 5 (Sea Port) Captain Commando Mack the Knife
Gavan's Theme Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001 Space Sheriff Gavan
Sharivan's Theme Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001 Space Sheriff Sharivan
Shaider's Theme Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001 Space Sheriff Shaider
Main Theme Shenmue Ryo Hazuki
Battle Field Golden Axe Gilius Thunderhead
Journey Through the Decade Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Kamen Rider Decade
Treasure Sniper Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Kamen Rider Diend
W-B-X (W Boiled Extreme) Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Kamen Rider Double
Anything Goes! Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Kamen Rider OOO
Switch On! Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Kamen Rider Fourze
A Haze of Patriotic Fervor Grand Theft Auto V Franklin Clinton
We Were Set Up Grand Theft Auto V Trevor Philips & Carl Johnson
A Legitimate Business Man Grand Theft Auto V Michael De Santa
Main Theme Grand Theft Auto IV Niko Bellic
Go Straight II Streets of Rage 2 Axel Stone
Ready Funk (Back of the Truck) Streets of Rage 2 Blaze Fielding
Main Theme The Return of Ishtar Gilgamesh
1st BGM Ghosts 'n Goblins Arthur
World's Love Shining Force EXA Toma
Hope Shining Force EXA Cyrille
Stairs of Time .hack//Link Kite
Tears of Feelings .hack//Link BlackRose
Gentle Hands .hack//G.U. Haseo
Obsession .hack//SIGN Tsukasa & Mimiru
In Your Belief Asura's Wrath Asura
Burning Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion Kazuya Mishima
Piano Intro Massive Mix Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Alisa Bosconovitch & Heihachi Mishima
Jin Kazama Tekken 3 Jin Kazama
Ling Xiaoyu Tekken 3 Ling Xiaoyu
Dash! Goranger Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross Akaranger
J.A.K.Q.'s Theme Super Sentai Legend Wars Big One
Bioman's Theme Super Sentai Legend Wars Red One
Infinity at the Area Where It Exceeds Endless Frontier Haken Browning
Dance it Out All Night Endless Frontier Kaguya Nanbu
All Correct Endless Frontier Phantom (Gespenst Haken)
ROCKS Endless Frontier
The Sword That Cleaves Evil Super Robot Wars OG Sänger Zonvolt
Opening Theme Dinosaur Squadron Zyuranger Dragon Ranger
Dead End Game Blastasaur Squadron Abaranger Abare Killer
VAMOLA! Kyoryuger Voltasaur Squadron Kyoryuger Kyoryu Red
Regina's Challenge Dino Crisis 2 Regina
The Beginning of Eternity Resonance of Fate Zephyr
Battle to Pay the Debt [A] Resonance of Fate Leanne
Irruption [B] Resonance of Fate Vashyron
Level 1 Ordyne Miyuki-Chan
Prayer of Orb Ultraman Orb Ultraman Orb
Mothra's Song Mothra (1961) Mothra
God's Message Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo
Battle Among the Skyscrapers Urotsukidouji: Legend of the Overfiend
War To End All Wars Original
Omen of Jerusalem Original
Apocalypse Original
Destruction of God's City! Original
March of the Army of the Light Original
Hell on Earth Original
Gods and Devils Original Seven Demon Lords
Eternal Flame Original
The World Falls Original
Farewell, My Motherworld Original
Revelation ~ The False Prophet Original Scheisse von Arschloch
Fire and Brimstone ~ The Anti-Christ Original Evilina
Armageddon Original Satan
Lord God vs. Anti-God! ~ Death at the Dawn of Time! Original Anti-God (1st Battle)
Your God is Dead Original Anti-God (2nd Battle)
The Final Battle! Original Anti-God (Final Battle)
Jounetsu ~ We Are Brothers Original Credits/Staff Roll 1
Ray of Light - Monkey Majik Original Credits/Staff Roll 2

Controversies

Upon the release of the game, Project X Zone 3 was subject to numerous controversies and charges, which multiple instances nearly got the game pulled from further release, especially internationally.

DLC Download Glitch

The first 300 Japanese copies of Project X Zone III had a glitch that if a game owner downloads Project X Zone 3's DLC content into the game before completing the game, it would lead to corruption of all save data on the SD Card. Fortunately, the problem would be patched in later prints and International versions.

Feminist Reaction

One of the two biggest topics of centering on the game's controversy was the portrayal of female characters in the game and their fanservice and alleged oversexualization. Feminist groups and communities accused the game for its supposed sexism but it was still released it in the United States and France. Monolith Soft responded in the Ultimate Edition by giving every female a swimsuit as an alternate costume, animating three more sex cutscenes and adding an eroge feature.

Religious Portrayal

The other mainstream controversy of the game is centered around its portrayal of Christianity and more prominently, Islam.

Trivia

  • The game's title, characters and story are inspired by the 1985 DC event comic Crisis on Infinite Earths.
  • The story in Project X Zone 3 is considered by many to be the "darkest and most surrealized" in the Namco Cross series.
  • It is the first game in the Namco Cross series to feature multiple endings.
  • It is Sam Imbecile's directorial debut.
  • Originally, the number of playable characters was going to be 300, with exactly 100 Pair Units (2 characters each) and 100 Solo Units. However, the final number of characters reached to 105 Pair Units and 110 Solo Units, totaling in about 320 characters, making Project X Zone 3 the game with the largest playable cast before the release of its Ultimate Edition, which would bring even more characters into the mix.
  • The game was promoted by members of the Channel Awesome community as part of their 10th anniversary to the point where they also became characters in the game.
  • The events of this game, especially in the Ultimate Edition, would later be linked with the Cross Crisis Series.
  • The original 3DS game was originally intended to include characters from the Oh My Goddess! series, including Belldandy, Urd and Skuld, and incorporate its mythology with the multiversal pantheon and the surviving deities in existence that would eventually unit to help the heroes and face the forces of the Antimatter Universe. However, Kōsuke Fujishima, the creator of Oh My Goddess!, and Kodansha, the company behind the Afternoon magazine which serialized the manga, rejected the proposal. Since Monolith Soft doesn't have licensing rights to the manga, they instead created a set of new original characters, Fauna, Jordh, Leukothea and O'ginn and a surrounding mythology which either is similar to or homages the manga. Then Belldandy will be included into Ultimate Edition with Fujishima's permission and the permission from Kodansha as well.
  • As part of the Power Rangers' 25th anniversary, in the North American and European release of the game, Bandai Namco changed the names and unmorphed sprites of Super Sentai characters into their Power Rangers counterparts. For example, Burai / Dragon Ranger from Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger in the Japanese version was changed to Tommy Oliver / Green Ranger from Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers in the international version, and Captain Marvelous / Gokai Red from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger to Troy Burrows / Super Megaforce Red from Power Rangers (Super) Megaforce. Pre-Zyuranger Super Sentai characters like Akaranger, Big One and Red One were unaltered.
  • A reference to the Square-Enix franchise Final Fantasy is made when Kamen Rider Ex-Aid talks about his companion, Kamen Rider Brave and his Gashats Taddle Quest and Taddle Fantasy, with AVGN commenting and assuming the latter to be a "Final Fantasy knock-off".
    • It is confirmed that some characters from Final Fantasy and other Square-Enix franchises will appear in Project X Zone 3’s Ultimate Edition.
  • As part of Bandai Namco's 65th anniversary, a remastered version of Project X Zone 3, namely Project X Zone III: War of Infinite Worlds - Ultimate Edition, was released for the Nintendo Switch console in Japan on June 1, 2020 and elsewhere on December 15, 2020.

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Trailers

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