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Old 2004-06-21, 17:55   Link #1
Tommy
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Mega Man anniversary collection

Comes out tomorrow!!!!

Its got 10 Mega man games and it only cost 30 bucks! Such a great deal. Its for Ps2 and GC, I think I'm going for the GC version since my Ps2 is dying.

Anyways I remember playing the older NES Mega Man games a ton when I was a kid and now I get to relive those glory days again. Its gonna be great! Who else is picking this up?

Its got Mega Man 1-8 and two arcade titles, Power Battle and Power Fighters.
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Old 2004-06-21, 19:21   Link #2
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Comes out tomorrow!!!!

Its got 10 Mega man games and it only cost 30 bucks! Such a great deal. Its for Ps2 and GC, I think I'm going for the GC version since my Ps2 is dying.

Anyways I remember playing the older NES Mega Man games a ton when I was a kid and now I get to relive those glory days again. Its gonna be great! Who else is picking this up?

Its got Mega Man 1-8 and two arcade titles, Power Battle and Power Fighters.
I am! I'm getting both PS2 and GC, I love Rockman.
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Old 2004-06-21, 22:34   Link #3
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I know I sure am!! I will most likely get it for GC but are there any good reasons behind getting both the PS2 and GC?
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Old 2004-06-21, 23:14   Link #4
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I know I sure am!! I will most likely get it for GC but are there any good reasons behind getting both the PS2 and GC?
Both PS2 and GC have the same game collection, the difference is the extra content.
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Old 2004-06-21, 23:28   Link #5
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Both PS2 and GC have the same game collection, the difference is the extra content.
What kind of extra content?
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Old 2004-06-21, 23:39   Link #6
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What kind of extra content?
On the PS2, you get a full episode of the Mega Man animated series, while GameCube players get several producer interviews.
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Old 2004-06-21, 23:51   Link #7
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On the PS2, you get a full episode of the Mega Man animated series, while GameCube players get several producer interviews.
You mean from the Mega man show that was on tv a while back? The one where the theme song goes "Super fighting robots....MEGA MAN!!" ?
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Old 2004-06-22, 05:37   Link #8
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That thing sucked.
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Old 2004-06-22, 17:14   Link #9
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The Megaman cartoon was evil. I hate it! PS2 also is the only collection to have the remixed music.
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Old 2004-06-26, 13:40   Link #10
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Just got it and boy The Mega man games that are out now(The ones with the platforming.) are nothing compared to some of the Old nes Mega man games. Man I can see why I quit some of the Old mega man games when I was young because the platformings and bosses were hard as hell. I never played Mega Man 1 and since I heard it was hard I thought I'd try it out.At first I was doing fine,The platforming wasn't to hard, I beat Gutsman,Cutman and Bombman easy But challenge would begin when I selected Elecman for my next targer. Elecman was a pain he was so damn fast and he Killed me with just 4 shots because that damn shot of his is powerful. I admitted defeat to him for now and I went to try Iceman he wasn't as fast as Elecman but his ice shots were still painfu andl I almost had him but he got me first. I admitted defeat for him too but I knew he wasn't gonna be a real pain later on since I got his pattern down and although his attacks hurt he wasn't as hard as Elecman. Then I tried Fireman he was just as fast as Elecman and his attacks were Ruthless he killed me easy too.....After that I just turned the game off and decided to play it later. What I'm trying to say is for those of you who are planing on getting this you better be ready because the Nes Mega man games are harder then you think. The bosses in the earlier games were really tough without the OH SO USEFUL Charged Mega Buster and Slide move. And so far the Platforming is tough(From what I been though so far anyway.)The platforming in Heatman's stage from Mega man 2 is hard. But don't be discouraged guys just keep practicing and learn from your mistakes and you will be fine.
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Old 2004-06-28, 19:29   Link #11
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MM 1 isn't too hard, MM2 and 3 are easy, just beat MM4 last night and I think that was the hardest one of the 4 i've played so far, the bosses were definitly tougher then the previous 3.
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