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141. Posted: Tue 28th Sep 2010 02:58 BST
Mega Man X was the first Mega Man game that I've ever beaten, and this rewarding ending song will always be a reminder of that memorable moment two years ago.
Edited on Tue 28th September, 2010 @ 02:58 by StarBoy91
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142. Posted: Tue 28th Sep 2010 03:05 BST
I finally beat MM4 on Saturday! I just love the ending, where Megaman's on top of a train, they name the developers all wrong, and you see the DWNs of the Robot Masters.
Easilly my favorite NES game and the best one in the series (next to MM9 and Battle Network 6)
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143. Posted: Wed 29th Sep 2010 06:58 BST
I finally beat MM4 on Saturday! I just love the ending, where Megaman's on top of a train, they name the developers all wrong, and you see the DWNs of the Robot Masters.Easilly my favorite NES game and the best one in the series (next to MM9 and Battle Network 6)
Haha, congrats! What did you think of the sudden jump in difficulty during Wily Machine 2? (At least to me.)
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144. Posted: Wed 29th Sep 2010 07:29 BST
Dragoon wrote:I finally beat MM4 on Saturday! I just love the ending, where Megaman's on top of a train, they name the developers all wrong, and you see the DWNs of the Robot Masters.Easilly my favorite NES game and the best one in the series (next to MM9 and Battle Network 6)Haha, congrats! What did you think of the sudden jump in difficulty during Wily Machine 2? (At least to me.)
I thought the difficulty suddenly increased there, too. He just sends so many energy balls at you and they're hard to dodge. The second form of the Wily Machine is pretty difficult compared to the first form, but the difficulty went back down during the Wily Capsule fight (as it always does, except for in MM7).
Oh, and Mega Man 4 is excellent! One of the best games in the series if you ask me.
Edited on Wed 29th September, 2010 @ 07:34 by MegaStoneSmash91
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145. Posted: Wed 29th Sep 2010 08:32 BST
As a kid I always kind of hated MM4, mostly because the copy from the rental store would systematically freeze after about an hour of play, so I could never play the whole thing in one sitting and had to use passwords. Also, the slooooow screen changing and slooooooooooowwwwww boss energy filling was really grating coming from Mega Man 3 and 5 (The first two Mega Man games I owned/played.) But as I grew up and got my own copy of MM4, it jumped up towards the top of my list!
146. Posted: Wed 29th Sep 2010 20:29 BST
I know what you mean Dezner. I bought Megaman 4 the day it came out on NES (I still have the copy in my storage unit just no NES to play it on). After playing such trilling games like Megaman 2 and Megaman 3 I couldnt wait for MM4 but I was disappointed in it. It seemed alot harder than the previous two I played plus I couldnt get the hang of the megabuster. I didnt touch the game again for almost 20 years (wow has it been that long??) and than MegaStoneSmash91 talked me into trying it again which I did on the AC and ended up beating it my first play through and now its one of my favorites. Thanks again MegaStoneSmash
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147. Posted: Thu 30th Sep 2010 05:47 BST
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IQBsiXbRK4 Since MM4 seems to be the theme lately, I found this appropriate. I remember a commercial for this game in America but this one is all I could find.
148. Posted: Thu 30th Sep 2010 06:47 BST
@Tasuki: You're very welcome!
@StuffyStuff: Nice comercial, I wonder if it sold any copies of the game? And I love the animation in it. It's what the Mega Man cartoon series should have been like, instead of the corny, highly Americanized, pun infested one we do have (although I do enjoy watching it, so go figure).
149. Posted: Thu 30th Sep 2010 20:49 BST
Rock Man 6 Complete Works has some great remixes. Even if you're not a fan of the music in the game, you need to listen to some of these:
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Tomahawk Man's theme: It really nails the Native American feel of the song, and it sounds great.
150. Posted: Fri 1st Oct 2010 00:20 BST
I loved Tomahawkmans music to begin with I think its one of the best toons in MM6. Never heard the complete works version till now. Like the sound of it I think I may even like it more than the original.
151. Posted: Fri 1st Oct 2010 00:54 BST
Tomahawk Man's music is the best in the game in my opinion. All of the songs are good in MM6. Who'da thunk we would have a long Mega Man thread that dealt with games 4-6 prodominantly?
152. Posted: Fri 1st Oct 2010 02:20 BST
We thunk it! True Mega Man Fanwhores like all the games and NOT JUST 2 AND 9 ZOMG THEY'RE THE BEST!!!1
153. Posted: Fri 1st Oct 2010 02:34 BST
I really hate how much MM2 is overrated. It's fun, but once you play through it once or twice, it gets kinda old. Plus, the sliding/charge shot were geniuous inventions, thus making it hard to go back to any of the older ones.
154. Posted: Fri 1st Oct 2010 03:18 BST
I think people like the music in MM2 more than anything. It's my personal favorite, but there's a huge nostalgia bias involved. If I hadn't played any of the games until now, I would definitely think 4 or 9 would be the best of the bunch. MM2 is very straight forward and it set the table for the rest of the games in the series. The charge shot is nice for fighting bosses, but I hate the high pitched noise you make when holding the charge. It drowns out the rockin' tunes man!
155. Posted: Fri 1st Oct 2010 06:13 BST
The reason that MM2 is overrated is that is the first one that alot of people played first. MM1 was considered a sleeper hit and not too many people played it before MM2. Now MM2 is one of my favorites but I cant really say I like one over another. I like each ones level designs and Boss not too mention the music. If I had to pick my order would probably go something like this:
I do like the slide but truth be told I can take or leave the Megabuster. Only a few times do I actually charge it I just find it faster to rapid fire the enemies to death.
156. Posted: Fri 1st Oct 2010 06:25 BST
Sliding's not a big deal, Charge shots weren't very useful in the early games, and if you're bored with Mega Man 2 after playing it through once or twice, you might as well stop playing the rest of the series. There, now I just proved that Mega Man 2 cannot be overrated. Now excuse me while I go back to La-la land and play Mega Man 2 until I die.
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157. Posted: Fri 1st Oct 2010 06:57 BST
I don't even know how many times I've beaten MM2 (it's a lot) and I still have a good time playing it. I'm fine with the slide and charge shot, and if they're in the game, fine, and if they're not that's fine too. I don't mind playing MM6 and then going back and playing MM1, because they're all good whether they have the slide and charge shot or not. You just have to get used to each game's limits and what you can and cannot do.
158. Posted: Sat 2nd Oct 2010 22:47 BST
Did I mention I love Mega Man? Like... all the platformy games, I don't care, I'd hit it.
Trying Mega Man X8 out now... dunno, but it's cool I can double-up on X and Zero... and Layer... :3
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159. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 06:33 BST
My favorites are 4, 8, 2, and 3....not factoring in X of course.
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160. Posted: Sun 3rd Oct 2010 06:39 BST
Heh, it's easier for me to list the Mega Man games I don't like. In fact, I will list them:
Mega Man II, III (GB)Mega Man X6(worst in the series IMO)Mega Man 5(kind of), 8(most definitely)Mega Man Battle Network 4 (got it because it connected to 3 other games I owned. Still wasn't worth it)Mega Man StarForce series (Only played them once, never playing them again. Luckily I only borrowed it)Mega Man Card Battle thingMega Man X: Command MissionMega Man Network Transmission
...I think that's it. I like the rest of the series, though.
Edited on Sun 3rd October, 2010 @ 06:51 by CanisWolfred