Reviews and Problems with Mega Man Zero Collection
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A game for Megaman X fans
11 May 2014
Summary: If you're a fan of Megaman X, you absolutely must buy this collection of Megaman Zero 1-4. I never had the chance to play them individually as I didn't even really know much of their existence but... this collection is made of win.
Summary: Concerning the Mega man Zero series as a whole, it's an amazing span of four games with a far more mature storyline than the others, along with a proper conclusion. This DS port includes all the games, some artwork, and E-reader content that was originally a japanese exclusive by beating the games on any difficulty.
Summary: This ain't mario and goombas. You need to learn a whole new set of skills and think on the fly if you plan to beat these 4 amazing games. Story fails to be boring, plot twists and hard random bosses make you on the edge of your seat, no, cliff. EXTREMELY REWARDING YOU MIGHT DROOL. Play at own risk!
A perfect compilation of the Mega Man Zero series.
4 March 2014
Summary: Ah, how I can never get enough of the Mega Man games. After 25 years of success, I continue to get stoked whenever I play a new Mega Man title or series. This is an exact import of Mega Man Zero 1 through 4 -- each game was respectively released on the Game Boy Advance from 2002 to 2005. It looks even greater on the Nintendo DS because of the dual screen capability. I also love the new theme song that you hear when you see the title screen.
Summary: I'm still in the process of playing through this collection. I can already say that I wish I had followed this series from the beginning. I can't imagine there are too many people out there in the same situation but, if you have never played any of these games and you are a fan of the X series then you absolutely have to complete these games.
Summary: I never had a chance to play the series in the Gameboy Advance, so have it all in DS is amazing. The game is challenging and fun. they even made added easy version/difficulty for the more casual players. Also the x & y button can be used instead of L & R (B, A, L, & R can be customized to be use as X & Y), which might wear those buttons out a lot. Definitely would recommend it to anyone interested in the Mega Man Zero series that never had a chance to play it.