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Mega Man
The Mega Man series as a whole is one of the greatest achievements of the Capcom corporation. The Mega Man games cross so many platforms that it is crazy, including Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Game Boy, and GameGear. In fact, the series is still in production to date and will continue for many years to come, I am sure. This page was designed to pay homage to this little blue robot we call Mega Man and all the good times he has brought us. May Mega Man and all the other characters continue to supply us with the ability to save the world and be a true hero. Everyone out there should give Mega Man a chance and have fun with the games in the Mega Man series.

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Mega Man (NES)
It's MEGA MAN versus the powerful leaders and fighting forces of Monsteropolis -- that strange multi-faceted land of robot-like Humanoids. Brilliant scientist Dr. Wright conceived the construction of fully-operational human-like experimental robots to perform specific everyday duties. Dr. Wright, and his assistant Dr. Wily, encouraged with their very first near human robot -- MEGA MAN -- proceeded to develop six additional Humanoids, all programmed to perform prescribed rituals:

Cutman: Designed to function as a lumberjack. Powerful saw-toothed
Scissor-like instrument protrudes from head, capable of gnawing through
giant forest timbers
Iceman: Impervious to chilling sub-zero temperatures, capable
of human like performances under extreme climatic conditions
Gutsman: A bulldozing character capable of lifting and
transporting huge boulders
Bombman: A real "blast-er" as a heavy duty laborer who uses
intensely powerful explosives to clear lands for Dr. Wright's
construction projects
Fireman: Melts and molds metals with flame-throwing torch
flaring from atop his head.
Elecman: Dr. Wright's electrifying creation - planned for
conducting electrical operations - even supervising nuclear power plants.

But, with the exception of MEGA MAN, all of Dr. Wright's near-human robot experimentation went awry. Assistant Dr. Wily turned disloyal, re-programming Dr. Wright's Humanoids, now bent on destroying opposition so Dr. Wily could control the world and its resources.

Resisting re-programming, MEGA MAN is chosen the defender of the universe and its inhabitants. MEGA MAN dares to single-handedly penetrate seven separate empires of Monsteropolis, eliminating the leaders and followers of these sovereignties.

Get ready for some very exciting challenges!
--From the NES Mega Man instruction manual.

Dr. Light and Dr. Wily were partners, working together on a new robotics technology. Together they create Protoman, the first of the Robot Masters. After Protoman, they create six other robots designed to aid society. Dr. Light then created Rock and Roll to act as household aids to him. Because of this technological breakthrough, Dr. Light was given the Nobel Prize.

Now, Dr. Wily, jealous and infuriated, stole the six robots made for society and reprogrammed them into robotic warriors to terrorize the public. As a last act of desperation, Dr. Light changed Rock into a super combat warrior named Mega Man to combat the six robots and stop Dr. Wily.

Mega Man is the first in a classic series of video games that had more sequels than Rocky Balboa (And now Pongo's review of Rocky Five..... thousand). The graphics in this game were revolutionary and only get better as you go up in the series. The music in this game had a futuristic feel to it, albeit 8-bit sounds, but definitely keeps the game exciting and has become as classic as the video game itself. All in all, this is a classic game that deserves to be played over and over again, and if you like this one, then don't hesitate to play all the others that we offer. Lock and load, and Good Luck!


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Mega Man (Sega GameGear)
Almost everyone knows and loves Mega Man. I myself have fond memories of sitting in my sister's living room floor, helping my nephew to beat a level or boss on Mega Man. The look of Mega Man is pretty unique. Mega Man is a very industrial looking and feeling game.

The animation (the way Mega Man throws his arms up when he jumps or the way he slides, and honestly when Mega Man is destroyed it's pretty awesome), objects like platforms and life units, and the sounds of the game, all combine to create a special feel, and these stay basically the same throughout all of the Mega Man series. So, if you love any of the other versions of Mega Man, you're likely to love this one too. If you've never played Mega Man before.... well that's just crazy and you should definitely play it now.


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Mega Man & Bass (Gameboy Advance)


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Mega Man - Dr. Wily's Revenge (Gameboy)
HE'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD SCIENTIST

"Mega Man, once again you must save the world, because Dr. Wily just won't stop! This time the unbelievably insane scientist has restored eight of the Robot masters you previously mashed into metal marmalade.

Four of them - Ice Man, Electric man, Cut Man, and Fire Man - are running wild and tearing up the town. Those are the nice ones! Another four - Quick Man, Heat Man, Bubble Man, and Flash Man - are lurking in Dr. Wily's complex, with a factory-full of industrial strength robot smashers that you won't believe!

But that's nothing compared to what you'll face in Dr. Wily's Space Node. So load up the Plasma Cannon, Mega Man. It's time to get the lead out!"
--From the Gameboy Mega Man - Dr. Wily's Revenge instruction manual.

Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge is a nice little game. The first Mega Man game in the Game Boy series, it proved itself as a formidable companion to the NES Mega Man games. This game packs quite a punch to be on a handheld system. The graphics are very nice, the controls are responsive, and the game play is great. Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge is a must play for any Mega Man fan.


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Mega Man 2 (NES)
In the year 200X, a super robot named Mega Man was created. Dr. Light created Mega Man to stop the evil desires of Dr. Wily. However, after his defeat, Dr. Wily created eight of his own robots to counter Mega Man...
--From the NES Mega Man 2 instruction manual.

One year after Mega Man defeated the original Robot Masters along with Dr. Wily, that crazy man is back with eight new robots of his own design. His sole purpose, to get back at Mega Man for defeating him a year earlier. Now Mega Man must jump back into action and save the world from Dr. Wily's army of robot minions and the eight Robot Masters that lead them.

Mega Man 2 was the most popular of the Mega Man series. It was named by GameSpot as the Greatest Game of All Time, and it made number 33 in Nintendo Power's Top 200 games list. The graphics of this game are much improved from the original, and the music as been reworked and sounds better and even catchier. Mega Man 2 is also one of the few Mega Man games that held a contest in Japan so that the fans could participate in the design of the Eight Robot Masters.

So enjoy what many believe to be the best of the best in the Mega Man series.


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Mega Man 2 (Gameboy)
TIME TRAP!

"Light to Mega Man! Light to Mega Man! Come in Mega Man!!!!

"Dr. Wily has broken into the Chronos Institute and stolen the experimental Time Skimmer. We tried tracking him on radar, but he simply vanished. My calculations show that he jumped approximately 37.426 years into the future. I have no idea what he plans to do, but you can be sure that he'll be back!

"In the meantime, Rush has sniffed out a few of Wily's robots guarding a subterranean passage. Get over there and check it out. And remember, let's be careful down there!

"Light out!"
--From the Gameboy Mega Man 2 instruction manual.

Save the world by defeating all the robot bosses and capturing Dr. Wily.


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Mega Man 3 (NES)
Calling Mega Man! Calling Mega Man! Come in please!

Mega Man, we need you! We're down to the wire on our-peace-keeping project. We've got to get those last energy crystals or we can't finish it. Dr. Wily is here now, too... Yes... he's finally found his sanity. He knows where the crystals are! They're in the mining worlds, but we can't get to 'em. The robots are running amok and they're destroying everything!

You've got to get there, Mega Man, and get those crystals! You'll face some pretty mean metal. Expect the worst! Is Rush there with you? Give him a bolt to chew on and tell him it's from us. What's that -- we must be getting static -- sounds like you said 'Woof!'

Mega Man, get to those mining worlds pronto! Grab the crystals and stop whoever's in charge. He's one lunatic guy!

This is Dr. Light. Over and out!
--From the NES Mega Man 3 instruction manual.

Well, they finally made up. Dr. Light and Dr. Wily are together again and working on a massive peace-keeping robot named Gamma. Oh, how wonderful that the bad guy is finally good; or is he? When the eight Robot Masters that were designed for good go haywire and steal the power crystals that power Gamma, Dr. Light calls Mega Man back on the scene. This time Mega Man has a new friend, a robotic dog named Rush. Also, Protoman, Dr. Light's first creation, came out of hiding, and nobody knows whose side he is on.

Mega Man 3 is almost identical to Mega Man 2 in terms of graphics, sound, and gameplay. That, however, doesn't make this game any less compelling. This game is every bit as classic as its two predecessors, with a few new additions. This game is fun and worth playing.


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Mega Man 3 (Gameboy)
AN OCEAN OF TROUBLE!
"Light to Mega Man! Light to Mega Man! Come in Mega Man!"

"We have a CODE: RED emergency off our northern coast. Dr. Wily has taken control of an oil platform and is drilling through the earth's crust. He plans to tap the energy generated by the earth's magma to fuel his newest robotic monstrosity! We need you to go in and melt this robot down to size."

"My intelligence sources say that Dr. Wily has eight of your old foes waiting for you, so I'll have Rush and Flip-Top meet you there. Get going and good luck."

"Light out."
--From the Gameboy Mega Man 3 instruction manual.

Mega Man is back in monochrome, but that won't slow him down. Mega Man 3 for the GB is much like Mega Man 3 for the NES, just a little smaller, that is to say smaller levels. Mega Man 3 for the GB still kicked butt, though. You had a few new tricks that you did not have on the NES. The Mega Buster will now charge up for an explosive blast and you can also slide, which is nice.
I thought that Mega Man 3 for the GB was very well done; the graphics, sound, and controls were all great. I really enjoyed this game, one more great job by Capcom.


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Mega Man 4 (NES)
Invitation to Doom!
A year after the destruction of Gamma, a mysterious message arrives at Dr. Light's lab...

"Good evening, Dr. Light. Allow me to introduce myself--I am Dr. Cossack. You may not have heard of me, but soon the world will know my name.
"Over the years, you have been hailed as the greatest robot designer in the world, while my robotic creations have been totally ignored. I cannot allow this to continue. The world must be made aware of my genius!
"From my Siberian citadel, I've sent eight of my most powerful robots to destroy that titanium troublemaker, Mega Man. Once they have obliterated him, I will place his broken body on display for the entire world to see. Only then will I be allowed to take my place as the greatest robot designer of all time!"
-Dr. Cossack

--From the NES Mega Man 4 instruction manual.

Peace has once again come to the world after the defeat of Dr. Wily during the Gamma Project incident. That is, until Dr. Light gets a letter from a Russian scientist, Dr. Cossack, proclaiming himself the top Robotics designer and that he had created eight of his own robots which he will unleash upon the world to test Dr. Light's robots. So Mega Man must be called off his search to find Dr. Wily, and go after Dr. Cossack and his robots. Dr. Light had also given Mega Man an upgrade to his weapon, the mega buster, which gives Mega Man the ability to focus a blast that does more damage.

Mega Man 4 in many ways, mostly musical, is like Mega Man 2. The intro and finale music are identical to its predecessor. The graphics have improved since Mega Man 3, as far as the Mega Buster charging and the general look of the game. This game makes an excellent fourth installment to the classic Mega Man series.


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Mega Man 4 (Gameboy)
TERROR FROM OUT OF THE SKY!
The roar of a flying saucer shatters an otherwise peaceful day in the city! Gliding to a halt high above the city's skyscrapers, a small hatch on the underside of the saucer slides open and a tiny radio beacon begins to send a sinister new signal.

Suddenly, hundreds of deactivated robots at the World Robot Exposition burst to life and begin destroying everything in mad rampage toward the center of the city!

Watching the destruction unfold on his video monitor, Wily lets out a small laugh as he turns his attention to the robots who are now assembling in the city below. Scanning the thousands of robots awaiting his orders, Wily slammed his fists onto the control panel as he realizes one robot is free from the effects of his mind control device--Mega Man is free!
--From the Gameboy Mega Man 4 instruction manual.

In Mega Man 4, our monochrome hero is at it again. Dr. Wily is back to his old tricks, and it is up to Mega Man to save the world.

The graphics are quite good for a hand held, and the controls are very responsive. Any Mega Man fan will absolutely love this addition to the series. So climb on board, and give Mega Man 4 a try.


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Mega Man 5 (NES)
Brother against brother!
"Cossack to Mega Man! Cossack to Mega Man! Come in, Mega Man!

"Protoman has gone wild! City Hall and the spaceport have been totally destroyed and the city's power grid is in shambles. I've never seen destruction on this scale before.

"I know you're worried about Dr. Light, but your first duty is to free the city from the grip of Protoman's robots. I can modify your reactor to give the Mega Buster a little more power, but the rest is up to you. Dr. Light and I had been working on a special project, but it's not finished yet. Maybe if I can get it working, it might give you an edge.

"Remember to watch your back, Mega Man. Protoman seems to have become more ruthless than we had thought possible. Good luck.

"Cossack out!"
--From the NES Mega Man 5 instruction manual.

Eight robots have been released into the world to cause chaos and havoc, and behind it all is..... Protoman!? Dr. Light has been kidnapped, and the only clue left behind was the distinct yellow scarf worn so often by Protoman. Now Mega Man must once again run into battle to save the world and Dr. Light. Mega Man, however, is not alone on this quest. He is helped by his robot dog Rush and their new friend Dr. Cossack, who has created a new ally for Mega Man, a bird named Beat, who flies into enemies and causes damage. Can Mega Man save his creator and the world from his brother's clutches? We shall see.

Mega Man 5 is the next installment of the classic series. Graphics have been improved, with a new design for the Mega Buster and a new intro screen for the enemy robots. The music quality has improved, but is for the most part similar to the classic music of the game series.


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Mega Man 5 (Gameboy)
In the year 20XX AD, the world is at peace thanks to Mega Man. Dr. Wily's fourth attempt at world domination has failed and his name has once again faded from the minds of the citizens of the world. A few months later...
--From the Gameboy Mega Man 5 instruction manual.

Mega Man 5 for the Game Boy is one of the more interesting Mega Man games. This was the first game in the series for the GB that did not use the NES bosses. The bosses in Mega Man 5 are the Stardroids that Dr. Wily has collected from outer space, which are far superior to his past robots.

Mega Man 5 is a very well put together game. The graphics are superb, gameplay is a pleasure, and the controls are very responsive. This is a must play for any Mega Man fan, and the final Mega Man in the GB series. So break loose and give Mega Man 5 a try.


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Mega Man 6 (NES)
The Mysterious Mr. X!

The most talented robot designers from across the globe have come to the 1st Annual Robot Tournament sponsored by the billionaire, Mr X. Traveling from Japan, Canada and the United States, the designers have brought their finest cybernetic creations to do battle in a series of tests to see which robot can claim the title of "The Most Powerful Robot In The World."

Nothing seems strange as the contest begins, but when the top eight robots enter the arena for the final event, the lights dim and the mysterious Mr. X appears...

"Ladies and Gentlemen... I wish to thank you all for coming to see the final event of my 1st Annual Robot Tournament. As you know, I have kept the final event of the tournament a secret. This event will test the strength, skill and intelligence of each of these fine robots. In fact, it will also test the strength and skill of each one of you. That may seem strange, but I'm sure you will understand when I explain that the final test for these robots is to help me conquer the world!

"Please excuse me and my robots as we teleport out of here, but we have a lot of work to do. But don't worry, you'll see me again soon. Real soon!"
--From the NES Mega Man 6 instruction manual.

The First Annual Robot Tournament has begun, held by Mr. X, the notorious billionaire. Dr. Light, who did not participate, sent Mega Man to watch over the tournament. After the top eight robots had been named, Mr. X explained that the winning robots have been reprogrammed and are now going to lead Mr. X's robot army to take over the world. Now Mega Man must once again jump into action with his dog Rush and his bird Beat.

Mega Man 6 is the last of the classic series to appear on the NES. The graphics have improved from the previous game, most prominently a new intro effect for the Robot Masters. This game is also the first of the Mega Man series where two of the robot masters were designed by non-Japanese. The music keeps to the classic feel, however it is improved and sounds smoother than previous games.


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Mega Man 7 (Super Nintendo)
The world's pulse raced with excitement! Everyone truly believed the conniving Dr. Wily had been stopped for good and imprisoned by the valiant Mega Man. Reporters jockeyed with cameramen for snapshots as the infamous Doctor hung his head while being dragged away in handcuffs. Dr. Wily would soon be behind bars. Or would he?

Dr. Wily was ready for anything. He had known his dastardly plans would end in failure someday, so after six months without contact his laboratory sprung to life. Monitors whirred into action, lights flashed, and the lab control panel booted up. In no time four hidden robots emerged. The robots then began a rampage in search of their master. Wily had done it again. Nothing would get in their way!

The world's racing pulse turned to nervous fear as a city was pummeled. Wasn't Dr. Wily in jail? Why was this still happening? The four robots took no heed to the great robot creator Dr. Light. Mega Man found Dr. Light and the canine cyborg Rush fallen in the streets.

"Dr. Light? Are you O.K.?" Mega Man shouted.
"Mega Man! We have no time," replied Dr. Light. "Dr. Wily is using his robots to cover up his escape. You must go! Follow his spaceship!!!"

Mega Man, Dr. Light and Rush looked on in horror as Dr. Wily's spaceship shot out of the prison. Dr. Wily was on the loose!
--From the Super Nintendo Mega Man 7 instruction manual.

Wily has broken out of prison! It's up to Mega Man to stop him again. This time around he may get some help in the form of the mysterious robot Bass.

Mega Man 7 was the only Mega Man game made for the SNES, and it was quite rare, so few of us (including myself) have played it prior to Console Classix. It plays much like all the Mega Man series, but with better graphics, sound, and controls.


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Mega Man Battle Network 3 Blue (Gameboy Advance)


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Mega Man Battle Network 4 Red Sun (Gameboy Advance)


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Mega Man Battle Network 5 Team Colonel (Gameboy Advance)


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Mega Man Soccer (Super Nintendo)
CHAOS AT THE SOCCER STADIUM
In the near future the day had come for the big showdown between the two best soccer teams in the nation. A wide television audience was expected in addition to the large crowd that had already assembled at the stadium.

As the teams took the field an uneasy feeling fell over the crowd. Suddenly, bursts of fire pelted the stadium and the field was engulfed in smoke. The crowd gazed in amazement as the smoke cleared to reveal that the players had been replaced by highly familiar robots running out onto the field. It seemed the robots were going to play the game instead.

The television audience was especially surprised at the events. The most surprised person was the one and only Dr. Light, who immediately recognized the robots and knew Dr. Wily had to be up to his old tricks. This is unexpected, Dr. Light thought. That's probably what Dr. Wily is thinking: no one will notice when my robots take control of the world through its most popular sport. Think again Dr. Wily, here comes MEGA MAN!

Dr. Light brought to life a reserve of blue crime-fighting robots with the trusty Mega Man leading them. The next great robot showdown will be on the soccer field. No matter where Dr. Wily's diabolical plots occur Mega Man will be there to battle through the robots and get Dr. Wily.
--From the Super Nintendo Mega Man Soccer instruction manual.

Pick a team, set up the positions, and save the world through soccer.

The graphics and gameplay are really good, and any Mega Man fan should check this game out.


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Mega Man X (Super Nintendo)
THE JOURNAL OF DR. CAIN

April 10th
I can't believe what I found! Several meters below the surface was the remains of a lab. Although most of the lab was damaged, I did manage to find papers that indicate that it belonged to the famous robot designer, Dr. Thomas Light. I've begun to review what is left of Dr. Light's notes and it looks like he was onto a major breakthrough.

April 14th
Today I met "Mega Man X". Not simply a robot, Mega Man X is something totally different. Light has given him the ability to think and make his own decisions. At times, Mega Man X seems more like a man than like a machine.

November 22nd
With Mega Man X's help I have completed my first "Reploid". Although I don't completely understand how all of Dr. Light's systems work, I was able to make some minor modifications and the Reploid seems to be functioning perfectly. His strength and intelligence seem limitless and he is fully able to make his own decisions. In fact, we got into our first argument. How intriguing!

January 3rd
The new reploids have been running off the assembly line for several weeks. It's amazing how easily they have been able to adapt to even the most difficult jobs. It still is a bit odd to see them working side by side with humans, but everyone seems to be happy to accept them.

February 16th
Three reploids went "maverick" today and injured two people before they were stopped. This is the third instance of this type of behavior and I still have no idea what is causing it! There is some talk about stopping the assembly of any more reploids, but I don't think it will happen. Maybe we've become too dependent on them....

The council has now decided to set up a group of "Hunters" to destroy any maverick before it can cause injury. The reploid named Sigma has been assigned to lead the Hunters. Sigma is one of the most intelligent reploids I've created and contains my latest circuit designs. His systems should be immune to any problems.

June 4th
My worst nightmare has just come true. Sigma went maverick today and took most of the other hunters with him. His motives are unclear, but it seems that he "decided" that humans are inferior and limiting the growth of the Reploids. For that reason, he decided that all humans should be eradicated.

Most of the population is in hiding or trying to flee the city. I'm not sure how long we can hold out against Sigma's forces. I fear I have built the Reploids too well.

Mega Man X is taking the news of the war very personally. He wants to join ZERO, the new leader of the Maverick Hunters, when he goes after Sigma. I'm doubtful of their chances, but I won't stop him. Something has to be done....
--From the Super Nintendo Mega Man X instruction manual.

This was one of the best games ever made for the SNES. Mega Man X took full advantage of the capabilities of the SNES in the realms of graphics, playability, sound, and controls. It was very simple to play, yet hard to master. Like most Mega Man games there were plenty of secrets to find and lots of weapons to gain (from the sub-bosses of course).

This was also the first game that had Zero. Zero is another robot based on Mega Man X's design who helps in certain parts of the game. Any Mega Man fan should certainly play this game in the series along with Mega man X 2 & 3.


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Mega Man X 2 (Super Nintendo)
"FUTURE TIMES X-TRA! X-TRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT!
Reploid Elimination Not Completed

by Bradbury K. Wells
Times Staff Writer

A new uprising is imminent in the battle to contain the Maverick Reploids that have broken away from their control center. Once believed to be completely contained, these Mavericks have been detected in an abandoned production factory, according to an intelligence report by well-known scientist Dr. Cain.

A special armada of Mavericks Hunters was mobilized today to the production factory, but only one reploid has been able to penetrate the heavy artillery outside the factory.

Known as Mega Man X, this same reploid had been primarily responsible for the apparent elimination of the threat six months ago. According to Dr. Cain's report, now Mega Man X will battle the Mavericks in an attempt to locate and destroy the leader of this new uprising."
--From the Super Nintendo Mega Man X 2 instruction manual.

This was one of our favorite Mega Man games. The graphics and the gameplay are great as always. Mega Man X 2 was a very popular game in its day but it was still a little tough for CC to find. I think we got lucky and found it at a flea market though. Capcom really knew what they were doing when they made this great title. If you have been living under a rock for the last ten years and somehow managed not to play Mega Man X 2, I suggest you come out from there and give it a try.


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Mega Man X 3 (Super Nintendo)
EMERGENCY
Alert! Alert! The DOPPLER research reploid has inspired a revolt in DOPPLER-TOWN. The Maverick VIRUS has broken through the Doppler ANTI-VIRUS, and it appears Doppler has caused it. All previous postings here about the anti-virus are incorrect. The anti-virus is a placebo. REPEAT: THE ANTI-VIRUS IS A PLACEBO!

DopplerTown is over-run with Mavericks. Utopia has ended before it even started. Take cover quickly. Virus is spreading rapidly. Cain Laboratory is being infiltrated. MAVERICK HUNTER UNITS on FULL ALERT. MEGA MAN X and ZERO... mobilize! Grave Danger!
--From the Super Nintendo Mega Man X 3 instruction manual.

Mega Man X, Zero, and the rest of the Maverick hunters still have more work to do thanks to Dr. Doppler's army of Maverick Robots. Can X and Zero finally destroy all the Mavericks and wipe the Sigma virus from the face of the planet?


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Mega Man Xtreme (Gameboy Color)
In the year 21XX, humans co-existed with Reploids. These amazing cyborgs have the same ability to think and reason that humans do. But they're not human - they're machines. World peace had been achieved. Hunters started to forget the days of constant battle. But one day, a saboteur hacked into the Mother Computer at the Hunter Base. The data in the computer was rewritten, changing the way the Reploids operated. The world was gripped by chaos and confusion as a result of this dangerous hack.

In a desperate attempt to stop the chaos, the Hunter Base called in Megaman X to take on the dangerous mission. Who hacked the Mother Computer? What is this invisible enemy's purpose? Now Megaman X prepares for battle, ready to protect world peace and save the planet!
--From the Gameboy Color Mega Man Xtreme instruction manual.

Mega Man X, Zero, and Middy must save the world once again. This time two new Mavericks, known as Geemel and Zain have hacked into the Maverick Hunters' HQ Mother Computer and have started to destroy all that the Maverick Hunters have worked so hard to achieve. It is not too long before Mega Man X and Zero discover that someone will have to enter the Mother Computer.
Mega Man X is the first to jump up and face off with past Bosses that he has defeated long ago. Once that is completed, Mega Man X will face off with Geemel and Zain.

Much like the Mega Man X series for the SNES, the Xtreme series for the GBC had all the bells and whistles for Mega Man. Better weapons, armor, and looks. The main difference in the games from platform to platform is the lack of buttons for the GBC versions and the graphics. All in all a good game, though, and one worth checking out. If you love the Mega Man Series this is a must play.


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Mega Man Xtreme 2 (Gameboy Color)
Calling All Maverick Hunters!
Something mysterious is going on at the reploid research island. The reploids have ceased functioning... their data strangely erased. Now the investigation team encounters 'irregular' reploids infected with a strange new DNA chip. This strange DNA chip, known as 'DNA Soul', replaces useful data with a devastating Sigma virus and places all reploids in imminent danger. Now, it's up to Mega Man X and his comrade, Zero, to get to the damaged island and find out who is behind the DNA Soul virus.

--From the Gameboy Color Mega Man Xtreme 2 instruction manual.

Mega Man X and Zero are back. It seems that someone or something is stealing DNA souls from reploids, turning them into useless piles of metal. So who else would you call other than Mega Man X and Zero to solve this problem?

This is about all they give you to go on, so the story line is a bit slack. Choose Mega Man X or Zero to save the world once again.


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Mega Man Zero (Gameboy Advance)


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Mega Man Zero 3 (Gameboy Advance)


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Mega Man: The Wily Wars (Sega Genesis)
Trouble In Time

"I should have melted that meddling robot years ago. But now, with the help of my new Wily machine, I'm going to fix that. I'll just take a quick blast to the past, and I'll make sure that Mega Man will never have survived any of our first three encounters!"

"With Mega Man destroyed in the past, there will be nothing to stop me here in the future. The world will finally be mine!!!"
--From the Sega Genesis Mega Man: The Wily Wars instruction manual.

Mega Man: The Wily Wars is one of the most rare Mega Man games to date. This game is very special in the fact that it hosts the first three Mega Man games, and the fact that each game has new surprises throughout the levels. The graphics are far superior to those that are found on its NES counterparts, and the game play has taken a step up. The music has stayed the same as far as the classic Mega Man theme song goes, but it is a bit sharper thanks to the sixteen bit processor. Well, this is a true classic holding many enjoyable hours of game play within its small cartridge. So have fun with this remade classic, Mega Man: the Wily Wars.


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