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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Mega Man 2 for the NES by Capcom. The second installment of the Mega man series would make large improvements in graphics, sound, and gameplay, and went on to be the most successful title in the franchise. While it retains the same non-linear elements and core design of the original, a toned down level of challenge made it much more approachable and enjoyable. Taking down Dr. Wily and his eight robot bosses has become a staple of side scrolling platform game history, and is widely considered by fans and critics alike as one of the finest video games ever created. So warm up that Mega Buster! This review features Mega Man 2 gameplay footage from the Mega Man Anniversary Collection on the Nintendo GameCube and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
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.