Excerpt: Capcom continually modifies the Megaman franchise to try and reach new audiences. At the same time they try to keep things the same to keep their core gamers. Megaman ZX on the Nintendo DS tries different things, and keeps many things the same.
Excerpt: I know what you’re thinking. It’s me, Wolfdogg, reviewing the spiritual sequel to the Megaman Zero series which I acclaimed as being one of the best series to come out on the GBA. I’ll admit, I was a little overexcited about those, but I’d say I’m excited for a good reason this time.
Excerpt: Old school. Mega Man ZX is so old school, it's not even worthy of the slightly-less-retro 'k' variation on the spelling. He doesn't have cutscenes, he doesn't have stealth sections and hell, he can't even be bothered to crouch.
Excerpt: I may not be the correct person to review this game seeing as, in all honesty, I can’t say I am Mega Man’s biggest fan. In fact, I am probably the person that most hardcore fans of the franchise would mock when my back is turned.
Conclusion: Da Vincis Verschwinden stellt bislang den besten DLC für ein Assassin’s Creed -Spiel dar. Die Kampagne wird um eine unterhaltsame, wenn auch etwas kurze Geschichte erweitert. Aber auch für Freunde des Mehrspieler-Modus lohnt sich der Kauf.