Summary: If you liked all the Mega Man's from the 80's and the 90's then get this collection. The gameplay is awesome and once you play for awhile it seems like you're playing NES or SNES. This game will keep you busy for hours and there are unseen bonuses. I've only finished Mega Man 5 so far but I opened a half hour long episode featuring the creator of Mega Man after doing so, and that alone was well worth the price.
Summary: I had high hopes for this, as a long time Megaman fan. The games are fine, a few are completely useless (like the later arcade games) and un-interesting. I am very, very disappointed that about 1/2 of the game music is "remixed" or "tampered with", as if I'd somehow enjoy playing the old games with crappified versions of the music. It makes playing those levels no fun for me. The menu/title screens have a lot to be desired as well. I'm glad I got it used for cheap.
Summary: This is a great revival of all the first megaman games. I thought I had lost all the old NES ones forever, but this collection brings them back and does a great job with it. Definitely worth buying if you're a diehard Megaman fan.
Summary: Mega Man Anniversary Collection takes the original 8 Mega Man games, throws in two arcade Mega Man games (one unrealesed in the USA until now) and combine them all to form one hell of a great Mega Man package. Then Capeven added Navi mode to all eight games (something that was added later in the series, and can be turned off if you want to play them as they originally were) added re-mixed music, and added in a save feature to replace the pass codes from the old games.
Summary: Anyone who grew up in the late 80s or 90s with an NES will remember Mega Man, no questions asked. He's the fella that packed a punch; behind his cute face and bright blue helmet lurked a vast pool of powerful skills. His Mega Buster did well in battle, but he really soared as he acquired the weapons of his fallen enemies, and used them to more easily conquer other foes. Mega Man is the robot creation of one Dr.
Summary: This game should probably already be an Xbox platinum hit. Because I mean the game has 10 megaman games in one it even has Megaman The Power Battles and The Power Fighters which were never relesed in the US. Plus having the games Megaman 1-8 remade so it can fit Xbox requirements. Because if they left it as it were with those graphics on the NES, and SNES... it be a disaster. Thatm is as much as I can say without using spoilers.
Summary: I loved these games on NES, it's so much fun to play them again. If you want a slight upgrade, the Navi mode allows for a remix of the music and helps you on the way. For the most part these games remain untouched. While we had to wait 9 months longer for the release on X-Box, it was worth the wait. These games are great! Worth the $20!
Summary: I was a kid when the Mega Man games first came out for Nintendo. The only ones I ever played were 2, 3, and 4, and we only owned 2. Still, I couldn't wait for this game to come out. Us poor Xbox owners had to wait 9 months past the release date for PS2 and GC, but it was well worth it. That said, I love this game. A big part of my love for this game is nostalgia. Playing these old games again really takes me back. However, there is something else. These games are FUN!!!