Reviews and Problems with Mega Man Battle Network 3
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Megaman Battle Network 3
23 October 2005
Excerpt: Incredible. Megaman
Battle Network 3, both versions, is an incredible experience. It begins
not too long after the events of Megaman Battle Network 2, and has a
relatively simple, but well played story. The year is 200X, and once
again, evil is wreaking havoc throughout the internet, and the real
world. The main heroes of the story, Megaman (a Net-Navi) and Lan
Hikari (a 10 year-old boy), must save the world from evil, again.
Excerpt: A while back, Capcom decided to release Mega Man Battle Network for the GBA. It was very innovative as well as fun. The game took the Mega Man franchise and made it an action RPG with great replay value. Mega Man Battle Network 2 was also pretty good, because it tied up some loose ends and added a couple of more items. Mega Man Battle Network 3, however, has yet to bring any Ã¢â‚¬Å“bigÃ¢â‚¬? change to the MMBN series.
Excerpt: The little blue guy just doesn't quit. For the third year in a row, Capcom's heroic robo-lad Mega Man stars as a virus-busting computer program in the Battle Network series. And with so much practice, he's getting quite good at it. While each game has a great deal in common with the others, the series manages to make respectable improvements each time.