Reviews and Problems with Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge
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Great game, even for a big boss!
SolidSnakeBigBoss , GameStop
6 February 2014
Summary: This game was very well made, I am very impressed. It reminds me one time when I had to eat a tree frog, it restored all my stamina just like this game does when I play it. My best friend, revolver ocelot also played this game, but he wasn't anywhere nearly as good as me, he used the blaster in a strange way and it made it jam. He shouldn't practice theses techniques with weapons he's not used to yet. All in all I would rate this game a solid 9.5 out of 10.
Summary: The option of letting you choose a variety of Navis is pretty awesome and you could enter them in tournaments to win even more. However, you don't want to keep entering the same tournament repeatedly or otherwise it's no fun at all, you have to move forward to beat the game. It is recommended if you are having difficulty beating a Navi, you have to win better battlechips or buy them at the Chip Shops.
Excerpt: "...seeing as this was a Mega Man game I decided to give it a shot. I believe MegaMan Battle Chip Challenge is more than an English port of Rockman EXE N1 Battle on the WonderSwan Color, because for starters there are characters which you can choose from to begin with, though in the grand scheme of things - that is collecting chips and competing in competitions - this is not too significant, and it is certainly not where the replay value of the game lies. MegaMan ...
Pros: Solid card game with Mega Man, quality music, proceeding automatically
Cons: Lack of tunes, considerable element of luck to battles, uninvolving
Summary: The new game form the popular Mega Man series. You can choose from six characters: Lan and Mega Man, Dex and Guts Man, Mary and Ring, Kai and Turbo Man, Yai and Glide, Chaud and Proto Man, and Maryl and Roll. This game, unlike its predecessors, is not an RPG, and Battle Chips have to be constructed in decks which your Navi can use in any order he/she chooses.
Summary: Mit Megaman Battle Chip Challenge bringt CAPCOM erneut einen interessanten Genremix auf den Markt. Das Spiel kombiniert die Charaktere, Spielumgebung und Story der "Mega Man Battle Network" Spiele mit dem Sammelelement eines Sammelkartenspiels. Das Spiel beginnt damit, dass man sich für einen Charakter und seinen entsprechenden NetNavi entscheidet, der sein virtuelles Ebenbild in der Computerwelt darstellt.
Pros: Tolle Hauptcharaktere, durch Sammelwahn ziemlich motivierend
Cons: Häufiger mal langweilige Abschnitte, lieblos umgesetzte Nebencharaktere