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!!!
Summary: It's a well crafted megaman game. I like it a lot, the unique approach to power-ups is novel but it remains comfortable and familiar. The major draw back to the game is that it isn't frequently clear where you should be headed.
Summary: This is a very fun game though it can be a either too easy or too hard. It all depends on choosing the game mode. You can choose either a guy or a girl to play as but it wont effect the story, only a couple of side missions. Overall its fun and I highly recommend it, even though i had it beat in about a week. Have fun and Rest In Peace! P.S. I played the sequel Megaman ZX Advent first and it was good too.
Summary: Mega Man ZX is, technically, Mega Man's first action venture onto the dual screens of the DS. Yes, I know we've a Mega Man Battle Network port before this, but that's more of a RPG, and doesn't exactly re-enact the type of frantic side-scrolling adventures so commonly associated with the series' games of the past.
Summary: Other reviews for this game speak at length about the plot and new mechanics, so I won't ramble on about those. ZX is a solid platform game that successfully brings polished Mega Man action to the DS. However, while fans of Mega Man will enjoy it, the game does have some issues that can make it frustrating for newcomers.
Summary: The Nintendo DS hasn't really seen a true side-scrolling Mega Man game until now. Mega Man ZX changes all that by being a fairly decent game on its own. It suffers from some of the usual criticims that Mega Man suffers from, but on the whole, it's a worthy side-scroller for the Nintendo DS. In Mega Man ZX you can choose between playing as a boy named Vent, or a girl named Aile. Choosing your character actually does have a different impact on the storyline.