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Mega Man 4 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Mega Man 4 from Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Mega Man 4 was released in 1992, and in a way, Mega Man 4 faced the same problem as Mega Man 3. How do you follow a game that was already a classic? But where Mega Man 3 got creative with its answer, Mega Man 4 takes a more routine approach. In fact, this is the first Mega Man game where creativity seemed to drop off. Instead, Mega Man 4 maintained the status quo with an important exception, ushering in the era of the controversial Mega Buster. This video review features video gameplay footage of Mega Man 4 for the Nintendo Entertainment System and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
5 Oct 2012
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Mega Man 6 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Mega Man 6 from Capcom and Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Mega Man 6 is a gaming paradox. Few NES games are as interesting as this, Mega Man's last appearance on his system of origin, and yet Mega Man 6 is also one of the console's least interesting releases. It's a dpad controlled contradiction that split fans and divided critics, but more importantly, it brought the golden era of Mega Man to a close. By this point, Capcom's inspiration for these games was starting to run dry, but Mega Man 6 still delivers outstanding platforming, awesome action and even a few new additions. This video review features video gameplay footage of Mega Man 6 for the Nintendo Entertainment System and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
5 Oct 2012
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Mega Man 3 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Mega Man 3 from Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Released to the NES in 1990, Mega Man 3 showed a developer at the top of their game. Mega Man 3 is an action platformer with the same foundation as its two predecessors. Dr. Wily has eight new bosses for you to defeat, and the order in which you do so is entirely up to you. Add some reflex testing action sequences and the best platforming this side of the Mushroom Kingdom, and you have the basic Mega Man template. But there are a few things that make Mega Man 3 so special. One, all the gameplay tweaks, and two, the clear inspiration that went into its design. This video review features video gameplay footage of Mega Man 3 for the Nintendo Entertainment System and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
5 Oct 2012
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Mega Man 7 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Mega Man 7 for SNES. CGR's Jonathan, like a lot of people who grew up with an NES, knew the things that MegaMan brought into the household: Addictive gameplay, awesome character designs, sometimes controller busting challenge, and the attitude to just keep playing. After 6 runs in ol' 8-bit world, Mega Man needed a graphical lift. Let's be honest, Mega Man 6 just....wasn't as good anymore and it was time to move on. Then enter Mega Man X, the more darker, serious toned Mega Man game. X was amazing and by every notion is a fantastic game. It was time the original caught up. Mega Man 7 featured amazingly detailed sprites, great enviorments, some hidden secrets to collect, and cutscenes that just looked...good. But with change means things are not always perfect, and while MM7 is by NO means a bad game, it just didn't have the same fun-factor that the original few NES games did. My personal favorites are 2, 3 and 4. I'll pass on most of the rest. (Newer games not withstanding). You can get Mega Man 7 a few different ways, including the Anniversary Collection on GCN or other last-gen platforms, or did up the cartridge somewhere. Or you could be like some disgruntled fans who didn't care for the non-NES-ness of this Mega Man outing and remake it into a Famicom game. This video review features video gameplay footage of Mega Man 7 on the SNES, and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Jonathan.
5 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video feature on the top ten robot masters in the Mega Man series. From 1987's original Mega Man to 2010's Mega Man 10, the main Mega Man series has always been one of gaming's most beloved, and here at Undertow, we've taken a look at every robot master in the series to determine which ones best mix power with style, and this is what we came up with. Also check out part 2 of this video feature. This video features features video gameplay footage of Mega Man, Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3 and Mega Man 4, with audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
6 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video feature on the top ten robot masters in the Mega Man series. From 1987's original Mega Man to 2010's Mega Man 10, the main Mega Man series has always been one of gaming's most beloved, and here at Undertow, we've taken a look at every robot master in the series to determine which ones best mix power with style, and this is what we came up with. Also check out part 1 of this video feature. This video features video gameplay footage of Mega Man, Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3 and Mega Man 4, with audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
6 Oct 2012
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It's hard to say which Mega Man game is the best -- but here are our five top picks!
9 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Mega Man X6, developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation. Our hero X returns as the Zero Nightmare virus is wreaking havoc against the Reploid androids, who are now out to cause chaos and destruction. Unlock new abilities and use X's falcon armor as you get closer to eradicating the virus and uncover the mystery behind its creator. This video review features video gameplay footage of Mega Man X6 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
6 Nov 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Mega Man X4, developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation. X and Zero return in this continuation of the Mega Man X series, this time to bring justice to Colonel and General, the Repliforce leaders who are helping the next resurrection of the evil Sigma destroy the world. Acquire new powers from defeated bosses and attachments to X's armor as you fight with either X or Zero against the Maverick Repliforce. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Mega Man X4 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
7 Nov 2012
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Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge, an action platformer developed and published in 1991 by Capcom for the Game Boy, re-released in 2011 for the 3DS Virtual Console. Super Fighting Robots get remade sometimes. In this case, four bosses from each of Mega Man and Mega Man 2 are stapled together to create this, the Blue Bomber's (well, rather, Gray-ish Bomber) first portable outing. It's the same classic gameplay that made the series a hit, but with the difficulty turned up to eleven and the colors turned down to two. This CGRundertow video gamed review features video gameplay footage of Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge for the 3DS Virtual Console and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
9 Nov 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Mega Man X7, developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation 2 (PS2). Mega Man X7 is also available for the PC. It's back to the year 21XX as the Maverick Hunters and Reploid rogues square off again, this time with 3D environments added to the mix, an addition that had mixed reviews. This is the first and last Mega Man game where you cannot control X from the beginning, and instead start with Zero and a rogue defector, Axl. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Mega Man X7 on the PS2 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
10 Nov 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Mega Man Battle Network, published by Capcom for the Game Boy Advance. The venerable Mega Man franchise goes online in Battle Network, ditching the side-scrolling platform action in favor of a more RPG-ish flavor. Defeat the WWW - no, seriously - and restore peace to the virus-laden intarwebs. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Mega Man Battle Network for the GBA and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
16 Nov 2012
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