Mega Man 6 (NES)

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Defeat Mr. X and stop his evil plot of world domination!

From the United States, Canada and Japan they came. The world's premier designers and their finest robotic warriors traveled to do battle in the First Annual Robot Tournament. On the eve of the Grand Championship, the mysterious Mr. X announced that the entire tournament was just a scheme to get his hands on the world's most powerful robots! Mega Man must battle through 16 levels to defeat this ferocious new foe.

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Posted by Marcel van Duyn

Let battle commence. Awooga!

Arriving on the same day as Mega Man 5 on the Wii U Virtual Console, Capcom has decided to grace us with the final NES entry to wrap up that era of the franchise. Released in 1993, when the SNES was already out and Mega Man X was on the verge of release,...

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Posted by Marcel van Duyn

Mega Man's NES swan song

In 1993, the SNES was already out and Capcom was about to release Mega Man X, but they just couldn't let themselves to say goodbye to the NES and made one last 8-bit Mega Man game for the beloved system. Mega Man 6 was released so late into the system's...

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User Comments (7)



ouroborous said:

any word if this will be on 3DS VC this year? 1-5 were rapidly released but 6 seems to be missing..



ouroborous said:

6 is the only one of the NES originals that i have never actually played through.



therick112 said:

Will be out in June sometime, they were releasing them one/month from January - May.



Benjelo said:

When it came out I decided to get it, it was only 5$ and since I knew mega man is going to be in Super Smash Bros. for 3ds I wanted to see what his original game looked like. I don't mind the graphics at all. The old pixilated look is actually pretty cool. The thing I'm still getting used to is the actual game play. I have been playing Super Mario Bros., Super Smash Bros., Wario Land, and other platform games but even the very old versions of them are nowhere near the same as Mega Man 6 controls. After a while you do get used to it but anyone who has not played mega man games before, be prepared for some strange feeling controls.
Other then that the game is great, there are some great challenges in there and it is only 5$!



RegalSin said:

Red Suit MM is what the creator had always wanted to do with him but never had the chance. I really love the fact that between him and Rush makes an entirely new Suit. Sad part it is useless in the next game.

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