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Inazuma Eleven 3: Sekai e no Chousen!!

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Inazuma Eleven 3: Sekai e no Chousen!! (イナズマイレブン3 世界(せかい)への挑戦(ちょうせん)!! lit. Lightning Eleven 3: Challenge to the world!!) is the third installment of the Inazuma Eleven games for the Nintendo DS. There are three versions: Spark (スパーク, named Lightning Bolt in the English version), Bomber (ボンバー, named Bomb Blast in the English version) and The Ogre (ジ・オーガ, named Team Ogre Attacks in the English version), each having different gameplay and stories.

Inazuma Eleven 3: Lightning Bolt and Bomb Blast were released for the Nintendo 3DS in Europe, on September 27, 2013. Inazuma Eleven 3: Team Ogre Attacks! was announced in the Nintendo Direct of 13 November 2013, and was officially released on the 14th of February 2014. Despite this, it first appeared on the Nintendo eShop on the 13th of February, the same day that the original Inazuma Eleven was released on the eShop outside of the United Kingdom.


Now that Raimon have beaten Aliea Gakuen and saved the world, a new challenge awaits for soccer players known from all over Japan, the Football Frontier International. Eventually, the team representing Japan in the competition is picked and are known as Inazuma Japan.

They now have to win the Asia preliminaries to compete in the actual worldwide tournament, facing teams from England, America, Italy and more. Throughout there adventure in the FFI, they also come across devils and angels that they have to defeat, otherwise the Demon King will be revived after its 1000-year sleep.

There also seems to be a new villain trying to gain something, Garshield Bayhan, who is using soccer as a tool to take over the world; and wanting to create a war.

Inazuma Japan has to go through other struggles such as having an unknown coach known as the 'cursed coach', Gouenji Shuuya having the struggle of staying in Inazuma Japan as his father wants him to go to Germany to become a doctor, and more.


The game is split into two parts: one resembles an RPG, featuring various locations that Endou and his team have to explore in order to get new items, face several other players in short casual battles or to advance further in the story. Most of the goals of this part are indicated by a giant purple arrow; the second part is the actual match: using the stylus, the player moves the soccer team around against another team. The player can dodge the opponent's attacks, slide tackle to take the ball away, or use a special ability available to the characters they recruited. The result of any of his player's actions is determined by seven skills, the player's affinity, and the total number of players participating in an action. Special abilities can only be stopped with other abilities, meaning that they will always win against basic tactics. Shoot and catch hissatsu however play simultaneously, which means that unlike defending the ball they always consume the Ability bar and at the beginning are determined by the player affinity only.

New to this game are Shoot Chain Hissatsu. Shoot chains allow a player with a hissatsu meeting the right requirements to use a to increase the power of another shoot by standing in front of the ball and using a hissatsu of their own. Also new to Inazuma Eleven 3 are Hissatsu Tactics. Hissatsu Tactics are a type of team hissatsu that have various effects. Finally, with The Ogre, Tournaments have been introduced. These are a small series of matches that take place among the story team and various other random teams.

Genki Points

Genki Points (GP), known as FP, Fitness Points in the EU versions. GP is what allows you to run for a limited amount of time until that specific player gets tired. When a players GP runs out, the player won't run as fast and will show sweat coming from it, showing it is tired. When you have low GP, there is less chance of keeping possession of the ball and evading players. Your GP lowers whilst the player is running, so it is wise to pass a lot so the GP of that player doesn't decrease.  Compared to the previous games, GP decreases much faster during matches and the average amount of GP for any given player is much lower.

Technical Points

Technical Points (TP) are the basics of hissatsu in the games. TP allows you to use hissatsu until it runs out. Every character has a different amount of TP, but increase when they level up. As characters have TP, so do hissatsu. For example, Fire Tornado has a TP value of 25, so if a character was to have a TP value of 90 in total when they would use Fire Tornado, the hissatsu TP would take away its own value to the characters TP, therefore resulting in a TP of 65.  The average amount of TP for any given player is much lower than in the previous titles.

Items available


Spark (Lightning Bolt)

Lightning Bolt's box-art.

This game is based on the story of Fideo Ardena. Fideo is used mainly during the first scenes of the game, talking to Rushe and his teammates. This version of the game allows you to play against Tenkuu no Shito only, instead of that team known as Makai Gundan Z. Both versions of Spark and Bomber are almost the same, what is different is the opening screen. On the cover of Spark, Someoka Ryuugo and Sakuma Jirou are missing referencing the Inazuma Japan team during the Asian Qualifiers.

Bomber (Bomb Blast)

Bomb Blast's box-art.

This game is more based on Rococo's Story. In the second version of the game, this is more focused on what happened to Rococo during his childhood. This version of the game allows you to play against Makai Gundan Z, instead of both that team known as Tenkuu no Shito. Both Bomber and Spark are mostly the same though it differs with the opening screen, having an orange cover instead, including the title being orange and also with the ending credits having a vermillion background first. On the cover of Bomber, Midorikawa Ryuuji and Kurimatsu Teppei are missing referencing the Inazuma Japan during the FFI finals after the match against The Empire

The Ogre (Team Ogre Attacks)

Team Ogre Attack's box-art.

This game is based more on Kanon's story. In this third version, it is mostly based on the movie, the only difference this time is that Ogre fights Inazuma Japan, not Raimon. Also, Endou Kanon's arrival is different from the movie. It has a lot more cutscenes (adding Kanon's arrival, Ogre's arrival, etc.). It also has a different opening from the other first two games, having a different song and different opening of the game. It also has a different credits ending, having a different song, though the pictures are the same with the others, the main difference having two photos added, mainly Kanon with his coach side by side with Endou and Fuyuka and finally the Ogre team. On the cover of Ogre, Kurimatsu and Sakuma are missing.

Version differences

Spark (Lightning Bolt) Bomber (Bomb Blast)
Exclusive Teams Tenkuu no Shito Makai Gundan Z
Opening GOOD Kita! Genki ni Nariiyo!
GOOD Kita! (European)
Ending Otakebi Boy WAO! (Spark Ver.) Maji BOMBER!!
Hissatsu manuals Atomic Flare
Bunshin Death Zone
Double Jaw
Fire Blizzard (Fire)
Flame Veil
Grand Fire
Ignite Steal
Mad Express
The Birth
Bunshin Penguin
Gran Fenrir
Fire Blizzard (Wind)
Frozen Steal
Ice Block
Northern Impact
Sigma Zone
Tiger Storm
Water Veil
X Blast
Recruitable players Sein
Tenkuu no Shito's members
Makai Gundan Z's members
Level Rate Fideo levels up faster Rococo levels up faster


  1. Inazuma Eleven 3 – Opening
  2. Visions of the World
  3. The Gathering
  4. Teammates – Tobitaka Seiya
  5. Teammates – Fudou Akio
  6. Teammates – Utsunomiya Toramaru
  7. Teammates – Hijikata Raiden
  8. Teammates – Kiyama Hiroto
  9. Teammates – Midorikawa Ryuuji
  10. Enter Coach Hibiki!
  11. Introducing Fuyuka, the New Flower of Raimon
  12. Natsumi's Voyage – Part 1
  13. Natsumi's Voyage – Part 2
  14. Hidetoshi Nakata's Mission
  15. The Trial Match Kicks Off!
  16. A Heated Battle! Endou vs Kidou – Part 1
  17. A Heated Battle! Endou vs Kidou – Part 2
  18. Toramaru's Hidden Power
  19. A Cool Customer – Enter Kudou Michiya
  20. A Warm Welcome at the Football Frontier Stadium
  21. Team Photo – Japan vs Australia
  22. Toramaru Unleashes the Tiger
  23. Neo National Invade!
  24. The Letter – Visions of Grandad
  25. Gouenji and Toramaru – Tiger Storm
  26. Kabeyama and Kazemaru – Tatsumaki Otoshi
  27. Fubuki Shirou – Snow Angel
  28. Japan Qualify! Let the Celebrations Begin!
  29. The Inazuma Jet Takes Off!
  30. Touchdown on Liocott Island
  31. The FFI Finals Opening Ceremony
  32. Boat Crossing to Hydra Stadium
  33. Hydra Stadium
  34. Team Photo – Japan vs England
  35. Mr D Descends
  36. Wildcat Stadium
  37. Hiroto, Gouenji and Toramaru – Grand Fire
  38. Peacock Stadium
  39. Endou Enters the Eagle's Nest
  40. Ichinose Lets Loose with a Shock Pegasus Shot
  41. Condor Stadium
  42. Fideo Stuns Kageyama Reiji
  43. Kageyama's Heart, Kidou's Googles
  44. Sea Turtle Stadium
  45. Garshield Descends from the Heavens
  46. Mac Roniejo – Strike Samba
  47. The FFI Final! Titanic Stadium
  48. Head to Head with Endou Daisuke
  49. The Fearsome Cote-Victoire
  50. The Indefatigable Eleven
  51. The Inazuma Eleven Win!
  52. A Young Boy's Dream
  53. Inazuma Eleven 3 – Credits

Japanese trailers


Inazuma Eleven 3 Challenge the World - Trailer


DS Inazuma Eleven 3 Challenge to the World PV3

English trailers


Inazuma Eleven 3 - Trailer (Nintendo 3DS)


Inazuma Eleven 3 Team Ogre Attacks - 'Ice Block' TV Ad (Nintendo 3DS)


Inazuma Eleven 3 Team Ogre Attacks - 'Big Hands' TV Ad (Nintendo 3DS)


Inazuma Eleven 3 Team Ogre Attacks - Trailer 1 (Nintendo 3DS)


Inazuma Eleven 3 Team Ogre Attacks - Trailer 2 (Nintendo 3DS)




Inazuma Eleven 3 Spark Opening



Inazuma Eleven 3 Bomber Opening-1

The Ogre


Inazuma Eleven 3 - The Ogre Opening

Bomb Blast and Lighting Bolt


Inazuma Eleven 3 Lightning Bolt and Bomb Blast English Opening - Good Forever (Download)

Team Ogre Attacks


Inazuma Eleven 3 Team Ogre Attacks Opening - Capture Card Test




Inazuma Eleven 3 - Sekai e no Chousen Spark ending - Otakebi Boy WAO!