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Dr. Wily has revived his Robot Masters and contructed a "Mega Man Killer"! Send them back to the trash heap!

Dr. Wily is at it again! Fresh from his defeat at the hands of Mega Man, the mad scientist Dr. Wily has revived his Robot Masters and even constructed a new "Mega Man Killer" named Enker, all in his quest for global domination. Now, only Mega Man can save the world from destruction! Featuring content from the original Mega Man and Mega Man 2, play as Capcom’s iconic cybernetic superhero in his first portable adventure, as you fight through four stages in order to send Dr. Wily and his eight evil creations back to the trash heap!

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Posted by Marcel van Duyn

Slightly less than mega

Back when the Mega Man franchise started with the release of the original NES game, Capcom never thought it would do well — the first game was expected to bomb horribly, as almost nobody at the famous developer thought people would like it. Fast forward...

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User Comments (10)

pixelman

#1

pixelman said:

It's kinda odd that they used the same sprites from the NES games. Things look a bit cramped.

Bass_X0

#2

Bass_X0 said:

Have you played it? Its actually not that cramped. Its designed not to be. I think this is a good game. The graphics are good, the music is awesome. Its challenging without being too frustrating. Although I never could complete it. I haven't managed to beat any Mega Man game legitimately; the last stage is always too tough whichever the game is. We won't see a huge variety from Capcom for the 3DS VC - they mostly produced Mega Man games for the GB and GBC as well as Disney titles which we won't see because of licensing. There's not that many other games they have.

KeeperBvK

#3

KeeperBvK said:

The first GB MM is actually kinda weak especially in comparison to the stellar sequels. It is rather bland, sometimes quite frustrating and it's shorter than the others.

Bass_X0

#4

Bass_X0 said:

Personally, I find the sequels on the GB to be more or less ports of the NES games. Not exactly but much closer to the NES versions than Dr. Wily's Revenge is to NES Mega Man

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