Originally Posted by Matt Gayles MEGAMAN 1 - 6 ON THE NES ARE THE ONLY MEGAMAN GAMES THAT MATTER.
DONT BOTHER WITH DX, NETWORK BATTLE FORCE AND ALL THAT CRAP.
PLAY THOSE AND TELL ME YOU DONT LIKE MEGAMAN.
This man clearly has no idea what he's talking about. 6 was pretty crap.
The X series introduced the iconic dash (I loves it) and the Zero series was hard as titanium balls (But still awesome). Even the much hated Legends (Or DASH) series was pretty fun. Wasn't a fan of the Battle Network or Starforce series though. ZX is kinda meh; it essentially lost it's iconic characters and tries a bit too hard to be Metroidvania like in presentation. I like it because I still like the gameplay, but it's like playing a shadow of a better game.
Megaman 1 is hard to play, I miss the slide and the weapon charge. Didn't play the NES version alot, but I did play the GB version (Dr. Wily's Revenge) which was also balls hard (And lacked charge and sliding). I've slaughtered all the GB games pretty thoroughly, I was rather disappointed to learn that Capcom lost the source code when they were planning on putting all of them together in a GBA collection.
Craps, I'm an old man!
9th June, 2008 at 16:58:26 -
Megaman 6 was no different then Megaman 5. 5 wasnt that much better then 4 but they were all good games.
The villians in the X series were wack, Zero was lame, and those sequels never stopped. Are they still making them?
Oh wow...you can dash...how amazing...
As far as Im concerned there are only 6 megaman games and theyre all on the nes.
Originally Posted by Matt GaylesRespect the old school please.
Good lord you are hilarious. I only said 6 was a bit crap because it was (Go RushMan!). Nothing new had been added since Megaman 4 (Beat doesn't count) and 6 didn't add anything new. X was where the main focus was at that point. Megaman V on the GB was freaking great though (Megafist! An awesomely bad name for a weapon.)
Respect the old school he tells me; obviously you have no idea. I grew up in the "old school"; I'm just not a snob about it. Not everything has gone downhill since 1989.