461WaveBoySat 27th Nov 2010 Tasuki wrote: WaveBoy wrote: Tasuki wrote:@Waveboy: I understand where you are coming from on the whole anniversary collection thing. As you said to each their own. For me though it was the price that drew my attention. At the time I was so wanting to play the Megaman games again but I dont have an NES. You add up the price and you can be spending hundreds of dollars for a NES, SNES PS2 and all 8 games. Yeah there are a few differences but I would rather pay the twenty bucks for all 8 games rather than a few hundred. I dont know about you but I just dont have that kind of money.And honestly I dont see what your problem is with the GC controller I think its a pretty well made controller. But once again to each their own.I don't have a problem with the GCN controller, unless we're talking about it's stiff tiny d-pad. Other than that I think it's the greatest modern controller period. Beats out the 360 and PS3 controller if you ask me. The button lay out was unique, fresh and fun, the control stick was an awesome upgrade, the design and feel of the controller was fantastic, and the entire controller FELT next gen, unlike the PS2 Dualshock which was exactly the same as the PSOne Dualshock, which was a complete dissapointment.heh, I still have my GCN. infact I'm actually staring at it right now since I keep it in my TV stand. i have all of the Nintendo systems aside from the N64.Anyways, don't forget about the Wii's VC, MM1-MM4 would cost you $20(Although that's more expensive than the AC considering you're missing out on MM5-8 and the 2 power fighter games) and there wouldn't be any Button swap BS, using the GCN controller to play the games, or the sound/music problems...Just the horrible colors and darker image. And I'm actually thinking about just dropping the $50 and getting MM5...After all, it was one of my favorites growing up based on what I kind of remember, so it would be pretty awesome to have in my collection. MM7 is another buy as well....But I'll be skipping on MM6, and I'll most likely get it on the VC.but again, what in gods name is taking Capcom so long to release MM5 on the VC!? Personally I rarely use the D pad on the GC controller I use the analog stick. But yeah if I were to select a flaw it would be the D pad placement, its almost like they just threw it in there cause people were expecting a Nintendo controller to have a D pad.And yeah I didnt mention the VC release of the MM games cause right now as it stands its only 1-4. Who knows if the others will come out. If you want all of them you are forced to either buy the AC or get 1-4 on the VC and 5-7 on the original cartridges, that is if you have the original systems to play them on. Also when I bought the AC I bought it when it first came out it wasnt like I bought it yesturday. So at the time I didnt have the VC option although if I did I would have bought the VC games instead provided that they had all the games in the series well the ones on NES and SNES anyways. Now that I have the AC I dont see the point in buying them again on VC I rather save my money for other games that I dont have than buy another copy of a game I do have.You use the Analog stick to play Mega Man? Yikes! Momma mia! Again, to each their own hehe. And I understand what you're saying. With me I actually bought the MM Anniversary collection for the Gamecube a few or so months ago, yet I picked up the MMX Collection around 4 years ago....And like MM, using the gamecube controller breaks the experience. Everybody is much better off getting these 2 collections on the PS2, since you get a more retro and tactical feel with the PS2 controller because of the D-Pad, no button swap and 'clicky' Shoulder buttons.As much as I love the GCN Controller, it's a big mess and oh so wrong for playing Mega Man games, or any sidescroller that requires the use of a D-Pad...Let alone the L and R buttons are squishy, which makes dashing in MMX1-6 feel horrible and unsatisfying. It did kick for Viewtiful Joe though. Anyways, I'm wondering if the PS2 version of the MM Anniversary Collection has the same SFX and Music problems as the GCN version, if anything I'd be mildy interested in picking up a copy just for the sake of having it. And the same goes for the MMX collection...Although I despise MMX5 and MMX6 especially. 1, 2 and 4 are the only ones worth playing! Edited on Wed 31st August, 2011 @ 02:23 by theblackdragon Currently Playing: TMNT II: The Arcade game 80's Fanatic & King of NES Tekkidome!