(GBA / Game Boy Advance)

Mega Man Zero (GBA / Game Boy Advance)

Game Profile

Awakened after a century of sleep, in a strange war torn world, Zero becomes the hero in the first of his own series of adventures.

Mega Man Zero sees the cybernetic warrior join forces with a resistance group battling a strangely familiar foe. This new spin-off series introduced new gameplay elements like mission-based levels, and weapons that level-up as you gain more experience; and also Cyber Elves: small but powerful creatures that grant a wide range of useful abilities.

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Philip J Reed

A side character gets a great spotlight

The Classic Mega Man Series was popular enough to warrant its own spin-off series, Mega Man X. That, in turn, proved strong enough for a spin-off series of its own, and in 2002 it arrived in the form of Mega Man Zero The Zero series spans four titles —...

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