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Ape Escape 3 - PlayStation 2

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation2
35 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100
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  • Story - Specter and the monkeys are back and determined to rule the world! Under Specter's command, the mischievous monkeys are taking control of your television and airing programming that will cloud the mind of anyone who watches. Heroes Kei and Yumi das
  • Battle the monkeys on different television stages where some will be plainly visible, and others will be hiding. Capture a preset number of apes in order to advance to the next level. After a stage has been cleared, players can go back and collect the rema
  • Take down the monkeys using a variety of weapons, including the primary weapon which is a net a to grab them. Players earn new weapons throughout the game as they progress including a propeller, radar sensor and hoolahoop
  • Enhanced monkey AI allows monkeys to dodge attacks and net attempts. Monkeys will become enraged and knock attacking weapons or a net out of a player's hands and collect them for their own use in battle. If players are hit with the Time Net while it is in
  • Choose to play as either Kei or Yumi at the start of the game with the new ability to transform into various morphs each with a unique style of gameplay
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Specter and the monkeys are back and determined to rule the world. Under Specter's command, the mischievous monkeys are taking control of your television and airing programming that will cloud the mind of anyone who watches. Heroes Kei and Yumi dash through the TV studios capturing monkeys just as their outrageous shows hit the airwaves. Help us stop this primetime primate invasion!


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  • ASIN: B000CFWHPY
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: January 17, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,334 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jesse on February 25, 2006
The Ape Escape series has been great from the start. This game is even better than the first two and I would highly recommend it to adults and children alike.

It's good to see a game out on the market that has a sense of humor to it and isn't so violent. Parents can buy this game for their child of any age and not have to worry about them seeing content not suited for their age.

I'm 25 and I love this game. It's very easy for anyone to pick up as the gameplay is not all that complicated - though you do use every button on the PS2 controller.

And who doesn't love monkeys?

Graphics: A (Nice clean animation)

Sound: B (It's cheeky music)

Difficulty: Easy (Don't worry, there are tons of levels and monkeys to capture)

Enjoyment: A

Overall: A+
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By G man on February 18, 2007
Ape Escape 3 is overall a really fun game. I haven't played the last one (Ape Escape 2) in a while, but I think this one is a little better. One thing is that I thought the new "morph gear" thing was a little off. Transforming wasn't something I'd expect in an Ape Escape game, and it didn't seem to fit in (although it is kinda fun and helpful).The mini game Mesal Gear Solid is awesome! I command you to play it! (I haven't beat it yet)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. Torres PR on September 29, 2006
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Look Im 20 years old and i never would have thought chasing monkeys wit nets, have them be inside costumes, and doing crazy antics would make for such a fun game.....Ive been a fan of the series since the beginnning, The only reason i gave it 4 stars is because the game has not created something new and original to compliment the fact you have to catch monkeys.....I think wat keeps the game alive is the control scheme that was implemented, the funny things the monkeys do, and the ways we use the gadgets within the game.... Hope fully if they come out with an Ape Escape 4 that reinvents a few things to make the game more hilariously fun.....

Nonetheless it is an excellent game to play by urself and wit kids to have a nice time.....Damn munkies are funny!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 2, 2006
Apes have taken over the world ... again. A group of young kids are the only hope for saving the world from turning into mindless couch potatoes.

This is about the ultimate game in harmless fun that gives you things to do without violence. You've got a big butterfly net and are chasing down monkeys in a variety of scenarios. The levels have fun names like "My 36th Wedding" and each has its own look and feel. It reminds me a lot of Gex. The graphics are appropriately cartooney but there's a lot of attention to detail.

There are a variety of monkey types, from the shy to the energetic, from the oblivious to the super-aware. You need to use different approaches on each one. Instead of health, you have Cookies. C is for cookie, and cookie is for me!! Where Sesame Street toned down their cookie monster, apparently cookie consumption is alive and well in Ape land.

The sound is cute and harmless, with lots of high pitched energy. Just about what you'd expect from a game of this genre.

Metal Gear fans will find a few sly references in here to that game - just as when you play Metal Gear, you get occasional references to this series.

Well recommended!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By April on March 29, 2010
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I played the original Ape Escape about ten years ago or so and fell in love with it. Ape Escape 3 is much closer to the original than the second game (which I greatly disliked), and its fun and easy catch-the-apes gameplay is made more challenging by the fact that the apes can hit you back, take your weapons, and dodge your swings. Believe me, catching them can be much trickier than simply finding them - you have to chase them a lot and avoid getting hit. The gadgets are the same, but you can now choose from different morphs, which add variety to the gameplay. I caught all 400 monkeys in about 9 hours, though there are still lots of things to unlock, and more modes have been revealed. It's definitely worth replaying, and I sincerely have found few games for the same price that were as fun to play!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. PJ on November 14, 2009
I bought this game for my sisters thinking it should keep them entertained and indeed it did... They love the game and have beat the game twice already. Is very fun to see the monkeys act like real life characters and imitate celebrities. They have lots of fun with it and its content is mild which is perfect for kids taking in consideration most games nowadays are not as appropiate as before.
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By James Daniels on September 18, 2008
Ape escape 3 pits you against Specter, a devious monkey plotting to take over the world. You must capture his tiny minions using a net, defeat several bosses, and then defeat the evil Specter.

Overall the game is very nice for young kids (mine, age 5, loves it). The game play is straightforward and the mechanics are simple. There are many different costumes that give the player special abilities, and these are also fun. There are some monkeys, and most of the bosses, that are too difficult or scary for beginners to face alone. This gives parents an opportunity to share gaming with their kids, though I wish there was a way to skip the bosses or turn down the monkey aggression.

I also liked it because there is a strong female lead character, so rare in games.

There is some violence directed at the monkeys and their attack robots, but no blood, killing, etc. Some of the costumes for Yumi, the female lead, are shockingly sexist. Little kids won't notice, but it doesn't help, either. If I have to put up with the sexism to get my daughter to like gaming, I shall (for now). She's inspired by Yumi and loves to imagine that she is going to defeat me, the evil Specter.
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