Summary: I probably don't hate Mega Man X7 as much as most people but I feel confident the game is at least the second worst X title in existence. X6 is the very worst of course and I highly doubt my feelings with change there. X7 has its share of flaws however.
Summary: This game was just horrid! Worst Megaman ever! I started yawning during the beginning and middle of game. Why does Capcom even bother making an X8?? I didn't even finish the game. The game is very dull and not worth playing at all honestly. Capcom, you guys dissapoint me with this one and MVC3.
Messing with a proven formula, Capcom ends up in hot water
John. N, Amazon
24 November 2004
Summary: After dropping the pathetic bombshell that was X6 back in 2001, Capcom finally decided it was time to take the X series to the next level. Unforunately, as if things weren't already bad enough for the series, we all know that Capcom failed to make this conversion as painless as possible, and fans...
Summary: I think the reviewer tkdmateo summarizes this game very nicely. Capcom's first 3D outing for the X series probably looked good on paper, but has several critical flaws in practice. Perhaps the only three credits I can give the game are the imaginative boss battles, the overall look of the characters...
Summary: I have been playing Mega Man games since Mega Man 2, and I must say that X7 is the worst of them all. Now, I can't say that it's some kind of abomination to the series, but it's no revolution either. Sure, it's in 3D now, but it's still the same old thing.
Summary: Mega Man X7(2003). The seventh game in a seven part series. Ever since Megaman X4 was released back in 1997, hardcore fans of the series were impatiently waiting for Capcom to follow up on its impressive streak of solid MMX games, I being one of those fans.
Summary: ... dog crap. Initially, I was excited about the prospect of a PS2 Megaman game. I'd always liked the X series because it seemed to be more mature than the the latest efforts in the original series. Not anymore! The Mavericks talk in manner that is reminscint of Megaman 8.
The Mega Man X series just can't be what it once was.
S. Rhodes, Amazon
26 November 2003
Summary: Mega Man X7 continues the Mega Man X series slide into ruin. It tries to improve upon the formula and that certainly isn't the best idea. A new character is introduced but that can't save Mega Man X7 at all. The 3-D graphics aren't that bad at all in this game. Surprisingly their pretty good.
How could Capcom let this happen to the Megaman series?
Ted Del Prato "technodemon", Amazon
19 November 2003
Summary: I have been a fan of Capcom's Megaman series since the first game on the original NES. The colorful environments, stimulating music, and inventive character design kept me interested even into recent years. After Megaman X4 however, Capcom has been getting sloppy with the series.
Summary: the game play is okay, but the main negative point is that the games story and missions are tooooo easy and very short, beat 8 stages and your up against the 1st of the last bosses, and i dislike the selecting the next stage like some reject of crash bandicoot, the stages are so easy you could...