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Mega Man Anniversary Collection - PlayStation 2

by Capcom
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
145 customer reviews
Metascore: 81 / 100

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  • Collects 10 Mega Man games -- Mega Man 1 through 8, and two more that were never released in the U.S.
  • Also includes great footage from the original Mega Man TV series
  • Original artwork selection from the game designers
  • Remixed music tracks inspired by the series
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Product Description

Have a blast with Mega Man titles past-plus dozens of original, unreleased games, footage, art and music-featured in this special collection celebrating Mega Man's 15th anniversary. For the first time ever you can play the original Mega Man 1 through 8 series, along with two cool arcade games never before released in the U.S. That's 10 Mega Man games on 1 disc! Add to that, original footage from the Mega Man TV series, more than 30 original artwork selections and remixed music tracks that were inspired by the series.

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  • ASIN: B00019HNNC
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 7, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,852 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Dmg on August 4, 2004
This collection is awesome. It contains all the original NES Mega Man games (I - VI) along with the SNES Mega Man VII and the PSX Mega Man VIII. Also, it contains the Japanese-only Mega Man: The Power Battles and Mega Man: The Power Fighters arcade games as unlockables. That's not all though! An entire episode of the original Mega Man cartoon TV series, remixed music, and concept art are all unlockable as well!

There's so much entertainment value in this collection it's ridiculous. Each Mega Man game is incredibly entertaining (and frustrating!); let alone eight of them and two arcade games on ONE DISC. Ten complete games of this magnatude on a single disc is astounding and worth $50+ alone. The game is so cheap ($30 for brand new) because newer generation gamers expect Final Fantasy XII graphics, AI, music, etc so a collection of older games may not entice them. However, Mega Man Anniversary Collection will provide you with countless hours of gaming fun as you nostalgically play through some of the best NES games ever released, along with very fun SNES, PSX, and arcade games. The unlockable extras really add to the package and are actually worth unlocking.

Each game is left intact and its entirety, except for two additions that are some nice little pluses thrown in to the games. First, the games feature some nice newly remixed music. Not all of the games do, however (the first NES games only contain a few remixed tracks). Second, there's difficulty settings and a "Navi" mode (which can be enabled in the Options menu) that provides updated life-meters, tips, and more.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 14, 2004
I recently hauled out my old NES and SNES to play some old school games. Since I grew up on these machines, I really appreciate the simple controls and gameplay they offer, despite the stone age graphics and sound. I loved the original Mega Man series on the NES and just had to get this for PS2 when I heard it was coming out.
I played all 6 originals, but only owned 2 thru 5, so it is great to own those that I never had. After playing them again, I just can't believe how wonderful play control is in these original games. I don't think there are any games produced since with control this tight and crisp. I think the original 6 games have better control than 7 and 8.
Some notes on each game:
MM1-This game makes me realize why I don't get upset at games as much anymore. This game is so difficult and frustrating, I still haven't been able to finish it. No E-tanks, no slide, no Megabuster, just jump, run, and shoot.
MM2-This is the first Mega Man game I ever played as a kid. I loved it then and still love it now.
MM3-Probably my favorite of the original 6 games. The tunes are the most memorable. The stages where you face the MM2 robots are quite irritating.
MM4, MM5, MM6-All similar games, all very good but not quite as good as 2 and 3. 4 is probably most difficult, followed by 6 then 5.
MM7 and MM8-I had never played these in the past. I have played both a little, and they are not as good as the NES releases. More modern technology made these much more complicated than the originals. You can't just pick up and play them and expect to get very far.
This is overall a great collection, and I had been waiting for something like this probably since the original Playstation was released.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Axel Law on June 27, 2004
The original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was a strong system due to the classic game series that graced it. You had the great Zelda, Mario, Ninja Gaiden, and the RPG games like Final Fantasy and Dragonwarrior. Among my favorite series of all time happens to be the blue bomber (as we true fans called him), Mega Man. There were six on the NES as well as the 7th one for Super Nintendo and the eighth one for PlayStation. For years I anticipated a treatment like they did for Mario All-Stars (although they made The Wily Wars for Genesis, which had the first three, but that wasn't enough...), and I finally got my wish... all eight original games on one disc.
Not ONLY do you get the original games on the one disc, you ALSO get the two previously Japan-only arcade games, Mega Man: The Power Battles and Mega Man: The Power Fighters. The arcade games you must unlock before playing. I don't see that as a drawback because gamers must experience the original games (especially you poor gamers that didn't grow up playing it). Most of the music in the first 6 games are remixed, most of them sounding quite good; the music in Mega Mans 5 and 6 are VASTLY improved over their original counterparts. Not only that, but you have the option of playing the games in their original forms as well. Mega Man 8 doesn't change much, but remember its crappy load time between sections? GONE. The game loads very quick-paced, and I am forever grateful to those involved with the game that eliminated it. Another secret you can unlock---and this surprised me---is the first episode of the short-lived Mega Man cartoon series (y'know, the one with Mega Man voiced by a GUY, and he was also Goku??). Not just a clip, not a collection of clips, THE ENTIRE EPISODE.
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