Reviews and Problems with Mega Man Zero Collection
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Mega Man Zero Collection is Radical
Jeremiah Jackson, Amazon
1 October 2014
Summary: This is a great collection of 4 classic Mega Man games, all in one handy little cartridge. I like the art style of the games and the fact they really tried to include a story and make the world seem whole. The difficulty is quite high, but Mega Man purists wouldn't want it any other way.
Summary: This is an amazing collection for Mega Man fans and very convenient at that. That being said I feel I should mention that this collection is actually the censored versions of the games, so no blood or anything like that.
Summary: This is a good collection, but i feel like they could have added more features. the bottom screen only shows pictures of characters and bosses. other than that it is pretty good and fans of the megaman series will like it.
Summary: This collection is amazing. I love the Mega Man series altogether and this a great game to have if you like the series. Just be forewarned that this game is really difficult, and it takes a second to get good at it. Just stick with it.
Summary: I'd never played the Zero games on GBA and was glad for the chance to experience them all. These games, at least the first two (all I've tried so far) are great in a lot of ways, but frustratingly difficult in others.
Summary: As far as selection goes, this is a great choice for those who favor the Megaman Zero series. Including Megaman Zero through Megaman Zero 4, It tends to be a great way to entertain yourself. Shipping was quick, and easy.
Great collection with a good menu selection screen
30 August 2012
Summary: The DS game's main screen is very simple but done very well, keeping with the style of the series itself, and the music choice for the main menu is great. The collection menu features some interesting unlockable artwork of characters, bosses, and the like, and adds to the sensation as a whole when...
Summary: In 2002 fans were becoming disgruntled at the direction of the Mega Man X series. Mega Man X4 had taken the series to new heights but the actual reception of each X games to follow was always mixed. In 2002 Capcom began a new Mega Man series called Mega Man Zero where the protagonists wasn't X...