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1. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 03:27 GMT
Passed a new GameStop today and decided to visit and see what titles they had. Went to their Gamecube section (there are a few titles I'd like to nab) and noticed the Mega Man Anniversary Collection for cheaps ($7.99). I bought it (of course!) and I'll start playing it soon. Since there are ten titles on the disc, I suppose I could start with Mega Man and work my way up. However, is there a title which is head and shoulders above the others that I should focus on first?
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2. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 03:29 GMT
Congrats on getting a good deal.
3. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 03:31 GMT
I'd go for Mega Man 2. It's definitely superior to Mega Man. Better too.
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4. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 03:32 GMT
Thanks. When you consider the fact that I was sorely tempted to buy Mega Man and Mega Man 2 on the VC a couple of days ago, finding this title saved me a couple of bucks, as well as got me 8 extra games! Great deal if you ask me! I figure since I have never played Mega Man, this was a pretty good disc to get in ways of introductions.
5. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 03:32 GMT
6. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 03:33 GMT
It's nice to play them in order to see how the series progressed, it'll also keep you from getting used to conventions added to later titles, not being around in the earlier ones.The only problem with playing them in order though is that the first one is the hardest, so depending on how it goes I'd recommend still playing in order but skipping ahead if you remain stuck in the first one for awhile. (There's a pause glitch that can be utilized to kill tough bosses, which takes the difficulty to being nearly in line with the others)
As for the better games, they'd be Mega Man 4, 5 and 6.
7. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 03:38 GMT
Didn't the Mega Man games have a sort of non-linear storyline until Mega Man 9? Anyway, 2, 4, and 5 are the best in my opinion.
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8. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 11:59 GMT
Mega Man 2 is one of the better ones from what I've played.
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9. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 12:51 GMT
Man... I wish i had that anniversary collection... or even the megamanx collection, considering ive never played any of those.I have yet to play anything on that disc other than 2... so its hard for me to recommend stuff... but 2 seemed quite easy n comparison to megaman 9 so i liked it for that
10. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 15:24 GMT
Mega Man 2 and Mega Man 3.If you had played the originals back in the day, I'd additionally recommend that you get a programmable controller so you can swap the jump & fire buttons.
11. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 20:42 GMT
Didn't the Mega Man games have a sort of non-linear storyline until Mega Man 9?
No, it was linear, just not particularly pronounced.
And yeah, just play them in order. MM2 isn't that much better than the original, and it's nice to see how the series evolved over time.
12. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 20:49 GMT
I have both . From my exeriences having played every Mega Man classic game, I'd say this is the order I'd put them in:(This spot reserved for MM10), 2, 9 (not on collection), 4, 3, 6, 7, 1, 5, 8
BTW Supermegaman, if you're having trouble finding either of those collections, I could send you one. It doesn't seem right that you wouldn't have them considering who you are .
Edited on Tue 19th January, 2010 @ 20:51 by nintendogamerftw
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13. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 20:53 GMT
Play them in order. There's no real reason not to. Alternatively, i'd reccomend starting with 9, then going back to the originals for a long, likely cuss-filled, history lesson. =)
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14. Posted: Tue 19th Jan 2010 23:22 GMT
I envy you.
Anyway, you'd best start with 2, if you ask me. It's probably the easiest of the Mega Man games, and widely considered the best.
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15. Posted: Mon 25th Jan 2010 04:03 GMT
Hopefully you didn't get one of those copies with the super high pitched sound effects.
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16. Posted: Tue 26th Jan 2010 00:13 GMT
Let's get Mega man 64!
17. Posted: Wed 27th Jan 2010 04:41 GMT
I'd have to agree with just going in order, but have fun with the fire and jump buttons being swapped!
Though it may not matter if you've never played the originals, that is.
Edit: Also, prepare to cuss loudly during the final fight of MM7.
Edited on Wed 27th January, 2010 @ 04:42 by Dezner
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18. Posted: Wed 27th Jan 2010 17:07 GMT
I envy you.Anyway, you'd best start with 2, if you ask me. It's probably the easiest of the Mega Man games, and widely considered the best.
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19. Posted: Wed 27th Jan 2010 17:25 GMT
Were Quickman's lasers faster on "Difficult" in the original?
No. Since "Normal Mode" wasn't originally part of the game, it doesn't do anything more complex than tampering with damage values a bit.