Summary: Everywhere I've seen this game for sale it has never been more than thirty dollars for a brand-new copy. There's a reason for this phenomenon ... supply and demand. These games are not even close to high-tech by today's standards. The graphics have not been polished or redone in any way. The MegaMan experience is, indeed, quite the same as it has always been. And, let's face it, that might not appeal to everyone. Therefore, the game is cheap.
Summary: This is pure entertainment. Something about this nostalgia is incredible! Mega Man has never had any better adventures than in his 2-D sidescrolling world. This Megaman Anniversary collection depicts his first 8 adventures. The port is a re-release. Unchanged and untarnished. The game centers on Megaman who is running around saving the world from the likes of Dr. Wiley. This is the foundation that Megaman was built off of.
Summary: I just got this game and when I started it I fell in LOVE!(I'm a 10-year old boy, just for the record.)My only complaints are that the X and Gameboy series aren't on there.But other than that it's: AWESOME!! TOTALY ROCKIN'!!!!!!!!!
Summary: Gameplay. What's needed most in the game industry. Mega Man is here to show you exactly why he's had more sequels than any 3-D game out there. As the title states, if you're not into retro gaming, stay away. This gives you the way Mega Man was in the 8, 16 and 32-bit days. Capcom remains faithful to the blue bomber by giving the fan everything. From art work to clips of the old TV show, fans won't be dissapointed.
Summary: Me being one of the biggest mega man fans (from Megaman 1 to Red sun and blue moon) was very happy to get this. After reading abot reversed controls on the gamecube version I baught this one instead. I love all the games and laugh at some of the bad graphics back then. The one thing missing is the X games! Those were my favorits ( X1 and X3 especially) Buy this one. It's woth thje money.
Summary: After rushing out to get the GameCube version of the game (enjoying wireless controls and faster load times as my primary decision to get GC over PS2) I was EXTREMELY disappointed to see that the controls for GC were backwords. B as jump and A as shoot? You can't smoothly execute it. The rapid fire is so far away from the B button it was pointless. Also, the start button and Z buttons I felt were reversed as well.