Summary: This game keep you on your feet but of course it still lives up 2 megaman expectations. I strongly suggest you play Megaman Battle Network 5 Double Team DS, and or Megaman Star Force Black Ace/Red Joker.
Summary: I've never played the first ZX game so I can't compare the two, but this game is pretty fun. If you're ever played the Zero series then you know what this game is like, but this is actually A LOT easier which is sorta good. The Zero series was really difficult in my opinion, but this game is pretty easy but fun. It allows you to change into robots you defeat and the weapons/powers are really cool.
Summary: Let me preface this by stating that I missed out on the Megaman X and Megaman Zero games...by choice. Megaman was one of the first video games I played as a youngster, and I felt a great sense of accomplishment when I beat it. When the games in this series started shifting away from the original formula, I refused to play them because I'm a stubborn old gamer..
Summary: I have to admit I am unfortunatly a little out of touch with the Mega Man series. I have not played since the first four or so of the Mega Man X series. I loved the Mega Man X 1-3 games I thought they were great steps in the gameplay and world of Mega Man. Mega Man ZX Advent is basically the same in story as all other Mega Man games a big bad guy has plans for the world and you the player must stop them.
Summary: Although the game plays like the one before, it's a bit easier to use since now you can switch powers by toouch-screen and the map has been vastly improved. Very fun game to play witha great story.
Summary: I enjoyed Mega Man ZX a while ago, so when I heard Mega Man ZX Advent was coming out, I decided I should order it. So I did. After playing and beating it, this is what I thought. Gameplay: 85% Similar to traditional Mega Man gameplay, you'll find yourself blasting through enemies with a variety of different powers. A few of these are pretty fun to use, but some are way too awkward to seriously use.
Summary: This highly anticipated game will satisfy Mega Man enthusiasts, but may frustrate those who are new to the Mega Man Zero/ZX series. The factors for this are manifold: The voice acting in the game is unrefined and it clearly shows that, because of fans railing against Capcom for the preclusion of said voice acting from the original Mega Man ZX, the pressure to get an English voice cast was just too overwhelming.