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Lupin III: Lupin is dead, Zenigata is in Love is a 2007 PlayStation 2 game that was only released in Japan and Italy.

Gameplay

There are 30 levels in the game.

The gameplay switches between Lupin and Zenigata. There are also minigames where the player controls Jigen, Goemon, Lupin and Jigen driving in the Mercedes SSK and Fujiko. There are also some Quick Time Events (QTEs) in the game itself.

Cast

Japanese
Characters Voice Actors
Lupin III Kanichi Kurita
Daisuke Jigen Kiyoshi Kobayashi
Goemon Ishikawa XIII Makio Inoue
Fujiko Mine Eiko Masuyama
Inspector Koichi Zenigata Gorō Naya
Kōrin Aoi Ryōtarō Okiayu
Ginrei Aoi Mamiko Noto
Black Shrine Maiden Mamiko Noto
Italian ("Le avventure di Lupin III - Lupin la morte, Zenigata l'amore")
Characters Voice Actors
Lupin III Roberto Del Giudice
Daisuke Jigen Sandro Pellegrini
Goemon Ishikawa XIII Massimo Rossi
Fujiko Mine Piera Vidale
Inspector Koichi Zenigata Rodolfo Bianchi
Kōrin Aoi Federico Zanandrea
(as Kourin)
Ginrei Aoi Renata Bertolas
Black Shrine Maiden Unknown

Music

A soundtrack was released however the official soundtrack is missing songs as there are 56 songs in the game while the soundtrack had 23.

List of music used in the game

Number Title OST Description
1 Lupin the Third '79 (2005 New Mix) LUPIN THE THIRD THE ORIGINAL -NEW MIX 2005-
2 Town in a Ruined Country Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
3 Dusk in Banbukyo Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
4 Chinese Mafia Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
5 British Hotel in China Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
6 Memory of Silver Jewel (piano trio​ version) Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
7 Suite Room Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
8 Nostalgia Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
9 Emperor is Gone Forever Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
10 Breakthrough Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
11 Underground Heaven Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
12 China Rose Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
13 Koichi Arsene's Theme (play action​ version) (33BGM018) Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
14 Queen of Dragon Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
15 Evil Charisma (33BGM020) Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
16 Koichi Arsene's Theme (hero's​ version) (33BGM025) Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
17 Koichi Arsene's Theme (last battle version) (33BGM026) Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
18 Happy End Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
19 Gone With the Wind Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
20 Memory of Silver Jewel (bossa ending ​version) Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
21 Compensation for Failure Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
22 Lost in China Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
23 Memory of Silver Jewel (ballad ending​ version) Lupin the Third: Lupin ni wa Shi wo, Zenigata ni wa Koi
Theme from Lupin III '89 (33BGM055) Bye-Bye Liberty - Close Call! Not on soundtrack
JFK Memories (33BGM054) Alcatraz Connection Not on soundtrack
Subtitle (33BGM043) ??? Not on soundtrack
Theme from Lupin III '89 (33BGM039) Not on soundtrack, with added sfx
Jingle Not on soundtrack
Jingle2 Not on soundtrack
33BGM09 Not on soundtrack, test track (unused?)


Notes

  • Coincidentally this was the last ever Lupin project that featured Roberto Del Giudice as the voice of Lupin who died before the game was released in Italy. It was also the final time that Piera Vidale played Fujiko Mine and Massimo Rossi played Goemon Ishikawa XIII for the Italian dub.
  • As well as Banpresto (now Bandai Namco) being involved with the game, TMS Entertainment was involved with the production and credited as Production cooperation. Hiroshi Kashiwabara who had written many of the TV Specials supervised the script. Telecom Animation Film was also involved with some of the artworks, Kazuhide Tomonaga was involved.
  • This along with The Inheritance of Columbus is Dyed by Blood used the Intrinsic Alchemy Engine and one of the few Japanese developed games that used the game engine often associated with Activision published and Vicarious Visions developed games.
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