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History of Megaman Zero 3 with Sonic 😲
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Sonic the Hedgehog (ソ ニ ッ ク ・ ザ ・ ヘ ッ ジ ホ ッ グ Sonikku za Hejjihoggu?) Is a Japanese game franchise created by Sonic Team and produced by Sega. The franchise is centered on a series of platform games focused on speed. The series 'protagonist is a blue hedgehog named Sonic, whose peaceful life is always interrupted by the series' main antagonist, Dr. Eggman. Sonic - usually with one of his friends, like Tails and Knuckles - ventures to stop Eggman and his plans for world domination. The first game in the Sonic 1 series, released in 1991, was designed by Sega's division, Sonic Team after a request for a new mascot. The title was a success, and it was renewed for several sequels, which took Sega the leadership towards the video game consoles of the 16-bit era from the beginning to the mid 90's. 
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Mega Man Zero 3 is a game from the Megaman series for Game Boy Advance.
In this third part of the adventure, after Zero defeats Commander Elpizo, it is revealed that the Dark Elf, a program of enormous power that caused the Elf Wars, was still alive. Not only that, a scientist named Dr.Weil creates a Reploid called Omega and sends him in search of the Dark Elf's power. In this chapter, Zero finds out a lot about himself and the past that, until then, was poorly understood in the game. It was released for Game Boy Advance.
Mega Man Zero 3 was the fourth best-selling video game in Japan during its launch week.
Previously, in Mega Man Zero 2, Elpizo had released Dark Elf in order to obtain more power. After being defeated by Zero, Elpizo realizes the mistake he had made. Dr. Weil, who had been banned a century ago, had returned without anyone noticing.
Meanwhile, Zero and Ciel were still searching for the Dark Elf. Their search for her had taken them to an icy spot where they saw Dr. Weil's ship (which until then was unknown). Dr. Weil releases Omega (who later turns out to be Zero's original body) saying he wants to help with the planet's energy crisis
The game follows almost exactly the same rules as its predecessor. Once again, Zero owns his Z-Saber, his Z-Buster and his Shield Boomerang. The novelty of this game is the Recoil Rod, a pair of weapons similar to two clubs that can be used in all directions. When loaded, a powerful attack is carried out, which can push enemies and some platforms, in addition to making Zero jump higher if aiming downwards while on the ground.
Zero no longer needs to increase weapon levels to create combos, as they are already at their maximum levels.
List of bosses
Crea & Prea
Anubis Necromancess V
Blizzack Stagroff R
Copy X MK II
Glacier Le Cactank
Hidden Phantom (Secret Chief)
Crea & Prea II
Original Zero (True form of Omega)