Excerpt: Some would say that
I’m addicted to the games of the Megaman series. Then again, I’m not
one to disagree with them. Being around for 16 years has given the
series several hits, and quite a few classics, and the good times keep
on rolling with Megaman Zero 3. Megaman Zero 3 picks up where its
prequel left off and gives us another addicting adventure.
Excerpt: What the Megaman X series brought to the PlayStation, the Megaman Zero series brings to the Game Boy Advance: lightning-fast action, challenging levels, and frenetic boss battles. Capcom’s latest installment in the Zero series continues to refine the classic side-scrolling action that the name “Megaman” is synonymous with.
Excerpt: Mega Man is having a pretty good year compared to the previous few years. With the release of Mega Man Anniversary Collection, Mega Man X: Command Mission, Mega Man Battle Network 4, and now Mega Man Zero 3, it is no wonder why Capcom is lightening the development of their proud mascot.
Conclusion: As for replay value, there are plenty of reasons to replay this game. First and foremost would be the typical Mega Man reasoning, which is that because the levels can be selected in any order, the player can create a different route each time. It really helps to build the game in the direction of the player’s preferences, and if the preferences change, so can the game structure.