Also Known As
Rockman X: Soul Eraser (Japan)
Number of Players
1 (Single Player)
Release Date

Game Boy Color

  • US 30th Oct 2001
  • EU 8th Feb 2002
  • JP 19th Jun 2001

Game Boy Advance

  • JP 19th Jul 2001
  • US 1st Nov 2001
  • EU 8th Feb 2002

3DS eShop

  • US 29th May 2014, $4.99
  • JP 25th Dec 2013, ¥600
  • EU 11th Sep 2014, £4.49
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About The Game

It is an age where humans and intelligent robots known as Reploids co-exist peacefully. "Maverick Hunters" have been assembled to hunt down broken Reploids, or "Mavericks", to maintain order in society.

In the Reploid research facility on Laguz Island, Reploids are being turned into lifeless shells as if their souls have been erased... Maverick Hunters Mega Man X and Zero have been dispatched to investigate and solve this mysterious turn of events.

Play as either Mega Man X or Zero as you jump across gaps and platforms, gather new abilities by collecting DNA souls, and blast through the evil forces that haunt the island. Solve the case, and restore the Reploids their missing souls!