Summary: I've always been a big fan of Mega Man and this game does not disappoint. Mega Man:Powered Up even lets you unlock the bosses as playable characters! I definitely enjoyed both of the games included, and find it to be well worth the cost.
Surprisingly appealing style change, difficult as ever
Bill Ahern "technologist", Amazon
18 October 2008
Summary: Mega Man Powered Up i wasn't sure I'd like the revamped look, but it was actually appropriate. Mega Man Powered up is about as frustrasting as it's always been, which is good. What really sells the game though are the unlockables which you can then use to build your own levels to share with other owners of the game online, right from the PSP.
Summary: The remake of the first NES game to PSP is great. The graphic is stunning and the controll works nicly. The only problem i have is that its pretty damn hard :P But that has been a trade mark of the series from the start. Great game, I recommend it for platform lovers.
Summary: Not a bad game at all. But some might say differently, I just happen to have always been a huge mega man fan. I had a blast playing this game, it was definitly a challenge on the harder difficulty settings which gave me hours of good gaming time. I recommend this for mega man fans but people who don't really care for mega man might find this a little boring.
Mega Man Powered Up has a lot of things to do throught the game.
Edison Torres "EATP", Amazon
10 November 2006
Summary: There are plenty of modes. Story(easy,medium,hard), Challenge, Level Creator, and plenty of other modes. The gameplay is weak compared to other platformers, but it's passable and has a lot of modes to cover up the fact. It's good that you can send and recieve maps online. The graphics and sound are refreshing, also. ------ Pros: Level Editor and plethora of modes. Can trade maps online. Good graphics and sound. Con: Gameplay is average.
It shares the same advantages and disadvantages of Maverick Hunter X
19 August 2010
Excerpt: Continuing with my Megaman series reviews the next game is Megaman Powered up which is remake of the first Megaman game that was made on the NES in 1987 The game starts you off with a choice of playing the "New style" Megaman game with remixed music, full widescreen and colourful if perhaps childish visuals which Ill go in to a bit later. But many fans will find this mode especially easy when compared to the original levels found in the Old style Megaman mode.