Excerpt: A city in peril - an army of reploids have begun arming themselves under the banner of the evil Epsilon, the rebellion has begun - only one man can save us all..one..Mega..Man. Mega Man X: Command Mission, on paper, seems like a very good idea. Honestly, it does. The transition from the typical side-scrolling action to a turn-based RPG seems like a no-brainer.
Conclusion: As a compilation, this is a nicely rounded collection of classic games, presented flawlessly and filled with just enough bonuses to satisfy the hardcore fans. Not all the games are great, but the total package is well worth the price.
Conclusion: All in all, the Mega Man X Collection might leave a bit to be desired, but is still worth the purchase due to the cool bonus features that you’ll only get with a collection edition. In addition, having the first three awesome Mega Man X games on one disc is convenient, and being able to play them on a newer console is worth every cent in my opinion.
Excerpt: If you are a person who has kept track of all the Mega Man games of any series to come out over the years, I commend you. Few other series in gaming history have spawned such a labyrinthine web of games. One of the more popular of these series is Mega Man X . Having been around for a little over a decade now, many of the Mega Man X titles have become extremely difficult to find. With the release of Mega Man X Collection , that will no longer be a problem.
Excerpt: Just about a year and a half ago, Capcom put out one of the best classic-game compilations to date, the Mega Man Anniversary Collection. Culling together the Blue Bomber's first eight adventures onto one handy disc, Anniversary Collection featured largely excellent emulations of each and every game and included a treasure trove of unlockable extra content.
Pros: Seven games featured, including the previously unreleased Mega Man Battle and Chase, Excellent emulations of each and every game, Unlockable artwork
Cons: Some of the later-era Mega Man X games aren't all that good, Not all that much unlockable content compared to the last Mega Man collection
Conclusion: Capcom is working hard to ensure that the sound quality isn't sacrificed at all in the transfer, and remixed tracks will be included as well. Special art pieces and other bonuses will be thrown in, among other extras. There might also be multiple versions of some of the titles (most likely multiple versions of X3 because it appeared on SNES, PS1, and Saturn).
Excerpt: franchise. Well, the original games, anyway. Classic 2D goodness, a handful of bosses with different themed powers, defeating them and gaining those powers to then use against other bosses with certain weaknesses, these are the cornerstones of our nostalgic fondness for a series that became a bit stale.
Conclusion: My Street in most cases fails to do anything, which will keep anyone interested for a long period of time. The online play is nice to see available but it’s too bad they didn’t do more with it to make it a better online experience. This is not a bad game, but a game that you can easily see could be a lot better.