Reviews and Problems with Mega Man: Anniversary Collection
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Mega Man Anniversary Collection Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: At the brink of yet another “next-gen” console, Mega Man Anniversary Collection proves that the classics still have plenty of life left in them. Arguably the best aspect of this compilation is the hands-off approach that Capcom took, rather than trying too hard to bring the series up to snuff with the current crop of consoles. The changes implemented are purely optional, leaving the ultimate decision of use to the gamer. And that’s exactly how it should be.
Summary: Capcom took 10 great games and put them all on one disc. Although it is fun it's an old game, and old games get old fast, because now you are use to the graphics of this generation. Even though Megaman Anniversary Collection is a bunch of old games all stuck together in one, collectively it brings back all the fun and challenge you had when these games were state of the art.
Pros: Bundle together all your favorite Megaman games...what could be bad?
Cons: It gets repetitive jump, charge, shoot, repeat.