(GBA / Game Boy Advance)

Densetsu no Stafi 3 (GBA / Game Boy Advance)

Game Profile

The evil Ogura is at it again!

After the events of Densetsu no Stafi 2, the underwater kingdom was peaceful at last until a terrible thunderstorm shook Pufftop Palace once again. A huge lightning bolt struck the Magic Jar that held the evil Ogura captive and it shattered into pieces releasing the evil creature.

Now Stafi must set out on a brand new adventure to locate and recapture the evil Ogura. This time he'll have the help of his pink sister Stappie. Stappie comes complete with her own new set of special moves that will prove invaluable to the duo in their attempt to find and capture Ogura once again.


  • All new levels to explore
  • New vehicles to learn to use and upgrade
  • Ability to use Stappie with her new gameplay moves
  • 20 bonus levels and 20 extra vehicle levels
  • Amazing boss fights at the end of each area
  • 5 brand new mini games to play

Can you help Stafi and Stappie once again stop the evil Ogura?

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Corbie Dillard

The third time is the charm for the Densetsu no Stafi series.

After the success of the first two Densetsu no Stafi releases, TOSE obviously wanted to knock one out of the park with their third and final Game Boy Advance Stafi title. To say that they were successful would be a huge understatement, as Densetsu no...

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User Comments (4)



Pupito said:

Just beat the main quest for this title which unlocks a navigational over world where you hunt down jewels. This is without a doubt one of my favorite Nintendo games. I can't believe this is not localized.



Hokori said:

I wish this could come to 3DS VC they should just have a warning saying "only playable in Japanese" so people can decide, but I'm willing to DL any game in Japanese

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