... honestly find this game to be one of my favorite megaman games
Gunnar Hassing, Amazon
29 June 2014
Summary: I honestly find this game to be one of my favorite megaman games, tied with the zero series. The different "biometals" give you different play styles rather than a single situational powerup. Its got a good challange, and a wonderfully living breathing metroid-vania style world, bring in its only real problem. Its hard to know where to go sometimes.
Summary: Following the events of Zero 4 Megaman ZX is the next chapter in the X series and a must have for any true fan. For newcomers there is an easy mode and if ur not familiar with Megaman gameplay I recommend easy mode. Similar to Zero games with added transformation and overdrive mode filling the classic gaming with new powers and tactics. Megaman ZX lives up to the hype of the Zero series and does it great honor. I recommend to all platformer sidescroller fans.
Summary: I am a big megaman fan, so choosing this game was a no brainer. It has a few flaws that are easly over looked and tons of re-play value like any other megaman game in the franchise. A must for on the go portable users!
Summary: The gameplay was somewhat more difficult than the previous games, but that was what made it more enjoyable. The new feature to transform into previous characters of the Megaman Zero series was pretty cool too. The game can be short if you're the type to rush through missions and not talk to people along the way. Also, all the areas in the game are linked unlike the previous series where you warp back to different mission areas to explore.
Summary: It's really fun to play. I admit I really enjoyed playing this, but I won't give it five stars of these simple reasons: It was fun playing as X (or biometal X) again because this character has been absent for a while. However about two levels in you become ZX which is almost a copy and paste version of the Zero from Megaman Zero. Can I keep the X Biometal? It was already godlike from the beginning!!!