Shiren:Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 3 - The Sleeping Princess and the Karakuri Mansion
Shiren the Wanderer
不思議のダンジョン 風来のシレン3 からくり屋敷の眠り姫
Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 3: The Sleeping Princess and the Karakuri Mansion
: Explore a thousand years of history to solve a mystery in this time-traveling RPG. A princess has slept inside the Karakuri Mansion for one thousand years. When wandering samurai Shiren is given a key to the house, he unlocks a mystery that will take him into the past to figure out the present. Explore dungeons, villages, and other vibrant locations in feudal Japan to uncover the story of the sleeping princess and fight a menacing evil. Variable game options welcome players of all skill levels. You can customize the strength of your challenge with two difficulty modes, control your party directly, or set their tendencies and let the AI take over.
Shiren the Wanderer (Japanese: 不思議のダンジョン 風来のシレン3 からくり屋敷の眠り姫, Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 3: The Sleeping Princess and the Karakuri Mansion) is the second Shiren the Wanderer game available in English.
Similar to Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko's Great Adventure 3: Mystery Dungeon, the level is inherited in the main story. However, as before, dungeons starting from level 1 and high-difficulty dungeons after clearing are also available. There are more than 30 dungeons, new monsters and new to the game, tool growth systems. The player can choose between easy and normal difficulty levels to make it easier for newcomers of the genre to play. In the normal difficulty, should the player lose in a dungeon, they will lose all of their items. On the contrary, they would not lose their items in the other difficulty.
The game's plot happens one year after Shiren the Wanderer - Magic Castle of the Desert. Shiren and his partner Koppa reunites with his uncle, Sensei, then led by him to embark on a journey to solve the mystery of the legendary Karakuri Mansion.
Initially scheduled to be released on February 28, 2008, Shiren the Wanderer's initial Japanese release was delayed to June 2008 for quality assurance and bug fixes. In an interview article released by Atlus' business partner Sega, the game's developers stated that they would avoid making use of the Wii Remote's unique motion controls out of a concern that they would not be in line with the original, classic gameplay of prior installments. They thus came up with two control schemes that would heavily rely on analog sticks: a default one that uses the Wii Remote and Nunchuk and an alternate one that employs the Classic Controller, the latter which they recommended.
It sold 59,000 units in its debut week in Japan.
- For this subject's image gallery, see Shiren the Wanderer 3: The Sleeping Princess and the Karakuri Mansion.
North American trailer.
In Other Languages
|English||Shiren the Wanderer|
|日本語||不思議のダンジョン 風来のシレン3 からくり屋敷の眠り姫, Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 3: The Sleeping Princess and the Karakuri Mansion|
|Latina||Shiren the Wanderer|
|한국어||이상한 던전 풍래의 시렌 3 - 태엽장치 저택의 잠자는 공주|
풍래의 시렌 3 이상한던전 - 카라쿠리 저택의 잠자는공주
|Traditional||不可思議的迷宮 風塵英雄3 機關宅邸的睡美人|
|Shiren the Wanderer series|
- The localized name for this version of the game had different writings in recent years, even after its initial localized title from Atlus.
- The first name comes from the Shiren the Wanderer (game) Series Limited Edition Art Book, and was titled Shiren the Wanderer 3: The Sleeping Princess and the Karakuri Mansion.
-  Gameplay, Plot and Sales sections based on the Wikipedia page.
- https://www.gametdb.com/Wii/RFSEEB RFSEEB - Shiren the Wanderer - GameTDB
- https://www.gametdb.com/Wii/RFSJ8P RFSJ8P - Fushigi no Dungeon: Fuurai no Shiren 3: Karakuri Yashiki no Nemuri-hime - GameTDB