Reviews and Problems with Mega Man Zero Collection
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A one in a life chance to get a real "chef d'oeuvre"!!
3 October 2014
Summary: This cartridge it's a rare jewel! It's a wonderful collection for Megaman fans or action platform games lovers. It includes all 4 chapters of the Zero saga. If you didn't played those games in the original GB Advance it's a marvelous chance to enjoy them in a single game. Of course the game is not very recommended for those who have the originals since there's nothing real new.
Summary: Megaman ha sido uno de los mejores juegos de la historia de las consolas y con esta recopilacion hay puesto muchos años de videojuegos en nuestras manos considero que es una muy buena adquisicion.
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!
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.
Summary: This series goes above and beyond traditional Megaman gameplay, adding fast paced melee combat alongside traditional buster attacks. I personally love 3, one of my top 5 games EVER. 1 and 2 are amazing games, but I feel they could be a bit deeper, and 4 goes a little overboard with stealing abilities and what-have-you. On top of this Zero is probably the coolest character in the Megaman series, and this iteration is the coolest one, as is the story that accompanies him.