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U-1 must transform into Gitaroo Man to save the world from an alien menace.

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Cast overview:
Lenne Hardt Lenne Hardt ... U-1 (voice)
Ryan Drees ... Puma (voice)
Douglas Kirkpatrick Douglas Kirkpatrick ... Kazuya / Zowie (voice) (as Douglas Kirk)
Bianca Allen Bianca Allen ... Kirah / Pico (voice)
Paul Lucas Paul Lucas ... Miranda (voice)
Lisle Wilkerson ... Ming Ming / Panpeus (voice)
Kaleb James Kaleb James ... Mojo King Bee (voice) (as Keleb James)
Brian Matt-Uhl Brian Matt-Uhl ... Gregorio Wilhelm III (voice)


U-1 must transform into Gitaroo Man to save the world from an alien menace.

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Release Date:

21 June 2001 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Gitaroo Man Lives! See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Koei,iNiS See more »
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Did You Know?


In the cut scene before U-1 fights the Sanbone Trio, Carrot, Pine, and Soda stand in a different order than they do in the battle that follows. See more »


Gregorio Wilhelm III: Mama, I've done it again.
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User Reviews

Awesome game.
28 December 2004 | by gaiafayeSee all my reviews

I first saw Gitaroo Man when I went to Anime Next, and one of the many people packed in the hotel room had brought the game and their PS2. It looked like so much fun, that when I was home I bought a copy off of Amazon.com. Gameplay is pretty simple-- you basically play along with the music-- but it's also very challenging with the rhythms and attack button sequences. The storyline is sparse, but the awesome music makes up for it. Each battle is done in a different music style: three different rock variations, a techno-pop piece, reggae, percussion, etc. I would recommend this game to anyone who is into music or loves games that are just plain fun. The only other way to describe it would be "very Japanese". And you either know what I mean by that, or you don't.

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