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しゅごキャラ!: 真城りまのピキピキ大冒険/Shugo Chara: Rima Mashiro's Great Adventures in Piki Piki
Shugo Chara Mashiro Rima no Piki Piki Daibouken N64 Cover fan
Developer(s) Nintendo
Rare
Satelight Studios
Publisher(s) Konami
Director(s) Peach-Pit
Takashi Tezuka
emily
Gregg Mayles
Designer(s) IkaMusumeFan06
Platform(s) Nintendo 64
Genre(s) Adventure, 3D
Release Date(s)
November 23, 2016 (Japan)
December 8, 2016 (United States)
January 4, 2017 (Latin America)
January 12, 2017 (Australia)
February 25, 2017 (South Korea)
Mode(s)
1 player, Multiplayer
Age Rating(s)
CERO: A
ERSB: E
Available Input Expansion Pak
Rumble Pak
Max. amount of players 1 to 4 players

Shugo Chara: Mashiro Rima no Piki Piki Daibouken (しゅごキャラ!: 真城りまのピキピキ大冒険 lit. The Guardian Character: Mashiro Rima's Great Adventures in Piki Piki), known as Shugo Chara: Rima Mashiro's Great Adventures in Piki Piki in USA, Shugo Chara! 64 in Latin America, Australia and South Korea. Is a 3D Adventure game developed by Nintendo, Rareware and Satelight Studios and Published by Konami. Is the 4th sequel of Shugo Chara! Norinori! Chara Na-rhythm♪ for the Nintendo DS. The game is going to release for the Nintendo 64 in November 23, 2016 in Japan, December 8, 2016 in United States of America, January 4, 2017 in Latin America such like Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela and more, January 12, 2017 in Australia and February 25, 2017 in South Korea. And the Sugo Chara 64 game is not to release in Europe. Is for the The Nintendo 64 20th Anniversary special. Is the 4th Video game released for the Shugo Chara! Series.

Development

The Shugo Chara N64 game, is created by IkaMusumeFan06 from Deviantart, directed by Peach-Pit, the Shugo Chara! creator of the Manga Series, Takashi Tezuka, emily, the Pan de Peace! creator and Gregg Mayless, the Banjo-Kazooie and Yooka-Laylee creator. Developed by Nintendo, Rareware and Satelight Studios and Published by Konami.

Gameplay

In Shugo Chara!: Mashiro Rima no Piki Piki Daibouken, play as Rima Mashiro as Main Character, you need to Unlock Rima's friends after defeated in a Boss: Amu Hinamori, Tadase Hotori, Ikuto Tsukiyomi, Utau Hoshina, Fujisaki Nadeshiko, Kukai Soma and Yaya Yuiki. Clown Drop needs to help you in the Training stage before to begin the game.

Controls

Digital Pad - Select

Analog Stick - Control Rima, Amu, Tadase, Ikuto, utau, Fujisaki, Kukai and Yaiya for Walk

A Button - Jump/Confirm/Swim

B Button - Attack/Cancel

L Trigger - Show Guardian Characters/Eggs Album

R Trigger - Change Camera Mode

Z Trigger - Duck

C Up Button - Zoom In Camera

C Down Button - Zoom Out Camera

C Left Button - Rotate Left Camera

C Right Button - Rotate Right Camera

START Button - Start Game, Pause

Main Menu Screen

File Select

This Game contains 4 files for save the game, this game is Required Expansion Pak for saving the game, like Donkey Kong 64, Rayman 2: The Great Escape and The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask:

  • File 1 - The First File
  • File 2 - The Second File
  • File 3 - The Third File
  • File 4 - The last File
  • Copy File - This may help you to copy with the another file
  • Delete File - This may help you to delete the selected file if you used

Mini Game Select

This game contains 6 Mini Games. The First Mini Game is only has Began the Game, and the other 5 mini games, are to be unlocked after you defeated a Boss and completed a mission.

Options

This Game contains options for configure the game and more stuff and extras.

Audio Settings

The Audio Settings, may can change the sound mode, turning the volume of BGM, SFX and Character Voices. And Heres a Sound Test of you can test the Music, Sound effects and Character Voices Clips

Sound Mode
  • Mono
  • Stereo
  • Surround
  • Headphones
Audio Volume
  • BGM Volume - May change the volume in 0 to 100%
  • SFX Volume - May change the volume in 0 to 100%
  • Character Voices - May Change the volume in 0 to 100%
Sound Test

If you only cat get the Sound Test after completed to 100% the game. The Sound Test goes to be unlocked after the game is 100% Completed

  • BGM
  • SFX
  • Character Voices

Video Settings

The Video Settings, may can change the screen mode and screen position.

Screen Mode
  • Standard 4:3
  • Widescreen 16:9
Screen Position

Configure the screen position, when the screen has a bad position, using the Analog Stick to move the position. Pressing the "Z" Trigger to restore the default.

Language Settings

This game may can help you to change the Language

Japanese Version

In Japanese version, currently, it have not change the language

American Version

In North American version in USA and Mexico, and Latin American version, this setting haves to change the language

  • Japanese
  • English
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese (Only in Brazil)
Australian Version

In Australia, this setting haves to change the language

  • Japanese
  • English
Korean Version

In South Korea, this setting haves to change the language

  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Chinese

If only the game is changed the language, the Voices of the Characters, may be changed too in a Dub

Restore game data

This game, makes erasing all the data such like Game Files

Video Gallery

The Video gallery has a Intro Movie, Cut-scenes and Bonus Clips for Bloopers

Scoreboard Data

The Scoreboard data, haves the data saved log into the Game Files

Music Composition

The Musicians of Shugo Chara! 64, has a different of Musicians.

  • Di'LL - The Main BGM Composer form Shugo Chara! 64, Is from the Shugo Chara! series. Di'LL is the Sound Director
  • Buono! - Japanese Musical Band, Sings the Opening theme from the game
  • Eveline Fischer - A female Musician from Rareware, is the Music Composer
  • Hirokazu Tanaka - A male Musician from Nintendo, is the Music Composer
  • Yoshiaki Fujisawa - A female Musician from Love Live series, is the Music Composer, Sound Effects Designer and Music Arranger
  • Mizutani Hiromi - A female Musician from Non Non Biyori, is the Music Arranger
  • David Wise - A male Musician from Rareware, Playtonic Games and Nintendo, is the Music Composer
  • Shinobu Tanaka - A female Musician from Nintendo, is the Music Composer and Sound Assistant
  • Mahito Yokota - A male Musician from Nintendo, is the Music Arranger and Sound Effects Designer
  • Tomohiko Kira - A male, Musician from Konami and Hudson Soft, is the Music Composer and Sound Effects Designer
  • Graeme Norgate - A male Musician from Rareware, is the Music Arranger
  • Shugo Chara Egg! - A Japanese Musical band from Shugo Chara! Series, sing the Ending theme in Staff Roll Credits
  • Junichi Nakatsuru - A male Musician from Nintendo, Hal Laboratory incorporated and Sora Ltd., is the Music Arranger and Sound Assistant

Voice Staff

Character Japanese Seiyuu American Voice Actor/Actress Latin American Voice Actor/Actress Korean Voice Actor/Actress Brazilian Voice Actor/Actress
Rima Mashiro Sayuri Yahagi Tara Strong Laura Torres (Mexico) ? ?
Amu Hinamori Kanae Itou Karen Takahata Maggie Vera (Mexico) ? ?
Tadase Hotori Reiko Takagi Russi Taylor Juan Carlos Tolveano (Mexico) ? ?
Ikuto Tsukiyomi Yuuichi Nakamura Veronica Taylor Carla Castañeda (Mexico) ? ?
Utau Hoshina Nana Mizuki Andrea Libman Yensi Rivero (Venezuela) ? ?
Fujisaki Nadeshiko Saeko Chiba Mandy Moore Kudai (Mexico) ? ?
Kukai Soma Atsushi Abe Grey De Leisle Mariana Huerta (Mexico) ? ?
Yaya Yuiki Tomoko Nakamura Carolyn Larwence Vanessa Guzmán (Mexico) ? ?

External Link

Box Art Game made by IkaMusumeFan06 from DeviantART

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