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Mega Man Zero Collection - Nintendo DS

by Capcom
Nintendo DS
Everyone
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews) 78 / 100

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  • New "Art Gallery" feature allows you to view artwork from the Mega Man Zero series while you play
  • All 4 Mega Man Zero games together on one cartridge and enhanced for play on the Nintendo DS/DSi
  • Utilize awesome weapons such as the Z-Saber, the Recoil Rod, the Shield Boomerang and the Buster Shot
  • Play through the games just as you remember them or in the new beginner friendly "Easy Scenario" mode and utilize customizable button controls that allow you to play the way you're most comfortable
  • Collectable wallpapers, character cards and mod cards to unlock as you progress through the game

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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003FBL86Q
  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 8, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,386 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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The Mega Man Zero Collection is the ultimate collection of the single player, 2D platformer Mega Man Zero games. Designed to please both new and longtime fans of the series, the collection contains all four Mega Man Zero games, collected together on one Nintendo DS game cartridge. Together for the first time, this collection is the first opportunity DS player have had to play these classic games without the use of the GameBoy Advance (GBA) cartridge slot, and is the only opportunity DSi players have had to date. In addition, the collection is optimized for play on the DS hardware line, containing a range of special features only available through this collection.

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Zero battling a huge enemy in Mega Man Zero Collection
All 4 Mega Man Zero games for DS.
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Zero fighting an enemy in the air in Mega Man Zero Collection
Customizable buttons and new modes.
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Classic 2D platforming in Mega Man Zero Collection
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Character art available through the Art Gallery feature built into the Mega Man Zero Collection
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Four Mega Man Games on One DS Cartridge
The Mega Man Zero Collection is comprised of all four classic Mega Man Zero titles bundled together in one game collection. This popular series having sold over 500 thousand units in North America in their original GameBoy Advance releases is now available for play in a single collection, optimized for play on the DS and at a great price.

The Mega Man Zero saga began in 2002 with the release of the initial game. The other three games soon followed, again, all for GameBoy Advance. The series featured Zero, a popular Capcom character that was introduced in the Mega Man X series. The Mega Man Zero series follows Zero through a dark and thrilling 2D action-adventure with high-quality visuals and action. In Mega Man Zero Collection DS and DSi players can expect to make use of Zero’s trademarks weapons like the Z-sabor and Buster Shot, as well as additional interesting devices like the Chain Rod and Zero Knuckle. This DS/DSi specific collection also contains special features including unlockable wallpapers, character cards and mod cards; customizable button controls; an "Art Gallery" feature allowing you to view artwork from the Mega Man Zero series while you play; and all-new play modes.

Game One: Mega Man Zero
In Mega Man Zero our hero awakens after 100 years of sleep to a world where innocent reploids (robots) are unjustly attacked by an organization called "Neo Arcadia". This new government has turned the world into a place where it is extremely hard for reploids to live and where they are under constant persecution. Reploids who have managed to escape from the punishment flee to an old city which now lies in ruin, but the evil Neo Arcadia is closing-in on their location. A genius scientist named Ciel, who lives with the innocent reploids in hopes of saving them, tries to revive the legendary reploid Mega Man Zero in order to save the cornered reploids. As Mega Man Zero, it is up to you to save the world.

Game Two: Mega Man Zero 2
In Mega Man Zero 2, it has been one year since Zero saved the reploids and defeated the evil advance of Copy X and Neo Arcadia. Nevertheless, Neo Arcadia still hunts him and sets a trap for our hero. His plan is to trick Zero and use him to wreak chaos between reploids and humans once again. But, can he succeed?

Game Three: Mega Man Zero 3
Mega Man Zero 3 is set in a world called "Neo Arcadia" that has been created as a utopia for humans and reploids. This new chapter continues the adventure of the series' title hero, Zero, and his reploid allies in the Resistance group who are fighting for peace. In Mega Man Zero 3, Zero encounters a malevolent new reploid called Omega who has unleashed the evil power of the Dark Elf to brainwash the Resistance in order to take over Neo Arcadia. As the only one who has escaped the brainwashing attack, Zero must fight to save his allies and Neo Arcadia.

Mega Man Zero 4
Mega Man Zero 4 picks up right after the events of Mega Man Zero 3. After falling under the evil rule of Dr. Weil, Neo Arcadia has collapsed into a state of chaos and confusion. Zero discovers this disastrous turn of events when he and his friends come to the rescue of a band of humans fleeing Neo Arcadia. Now it’s up to our hero Zero to resolve this terrible conflict between humans and reploids to restore peace and security to the land. With new systems to seize enemy weapons and create strengthening chips, plus new Cyber elf programs to introduce new abilities, this is some of the most exhilarating Mega Man action you can get in a handheld experience.

Key Game Features

  • All 4 Mega Man Zero games together on one cartridge and enhanced for play on the Nintendo DS/DSi.
  • Utilize awesome weapons such as the Z-Saber, the Recoil Rod, the Shield Boomerang and the Buster Shot.
  • Play through the games just as you remember them or in the new beginner friendly "Easy Scenario" mode.
  • Customizable button controls that allow you to play the way you're most comfortable with.
  • Collectable wallpapers, character cards and mod cards to unlock as you progress through the game.
  • New "Art Gallery" feature allows you to view artwork from the Mega Man Zero series while you play.

Product Description

The Mega Man Zero Collection is comprised of all four Mega Man Zero titles bundled together. The Mega Man Zero series follows Zero through a dark and thrilling 2D action-adventure with high-quality visuals and action. You can expect to make use of Zero's trademarks weapons like the Z-sabor and Buster Shot. There will also be interesting devices like the Chain Rod and Zero Knuckle. For the first time, the Mega Man Zero series will be available for Nintendo DS, complete with all-new modes.

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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My dream come true June 11, 2010
By JAL
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
For the longest time I wanted to play MMZero especially after ZX and ZX Advent came out. Now this collection is out and it collects all of the Zero saga. I never finished Zero3 and never played Zero4 at all so this is just what i could have asked for.

Easy mode isnt really easier, you just get all the elfs maxed out which is a huge help but the game is still difficult nonetheless. you do get infinite continues though, always helpful.

The games are there intact, some slight fuzziness on the screens sometimes, im guessing not cropped right when transitioned but nothing big, did notice it though, other than that, just the games i loved and remember.

Its better than hunting down the 4 games separately and a lot cheaper, I highly recommend this to any fan and any person looking for a great megaman game

it is hard though, definitely one of the hardest megaman games, but definitely fun and best storywise
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Blast to Play August 21, 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
In 2002 fans were becoming disgruntled at the direction of the Mega Man X series. Mega Man X4 had taken the series to new heights but the actual reception of each X games to follow was always mixed. In 2002 Capcom began a new Mega Man series called Mega Man Zero where the protagonists wasn't X... but rather his ally Zero. For some this was a great change as Zero had become a very popular character, especially with making him a fully playable character with his own style. The original GBA games became extremely popular among fans. But they were all only given limited releases as well. Given the popularity the games have, they've been given a second chance on the DS in this collection. The games are pretty much unchanged from their original iterations.

The Mega Man Zero games begin one hundred years after Mega Man X. In this world reploids are being hunted by a Government Faction run from a place called Neo Arcadia. A haven that was pretty much made for humans to protect them from evil reploids. The irony, of course, is that it isn't paradise. Ciel, a lone human has allied herself with the reploids, believing not all of them are evil. This is what we're introduced to in the first game. Mega Man games have not usually had fantastic stories. The focus is usually in the gameplay department. Mega Man Zero is no different. While the story has its moments, it is definitely not the focus, although it spends a lot more time on its plot than other Mega Man games in the canon have.

Here, you'll get all four game in the series, watching how they progress. Each game has much of the same simple gameplay. As Zero you'll begin by having usually a Z-Saber and Blaster before getting an assortment of different weapons. In the games, each weapon levels up.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mega Man Zero Collection August 8, 2010
By Dren
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Anyone who's ever played the original GBA version will love this game. This game was made for the fans and it doesn't disappoint. Even if you've never played the zero series before this game is the perfect place to start. With all 4 games in one you get the full experience of the epitome of the megaman games.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A game for Megaman X fans May 11, 2014
By Davelol
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If you're a fan of Megaman X, you absolutely must buy this collection of Megaman Zero 1-4. I never had the chance to play them individually as I didn't even really know much of their existence but... this collection is made of win.
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15 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Challenging Compilation June 12, 2010
By Jordan
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I want to start off by saying that I am not a huge mega man fan. When i was younger I remember barely playing the first mega man game on my older cousin's NES. When i was about twelve or so I got a gameboy advance and accidentally bought a battle network mega man game, and that was not at all what i had hoped it would be. I recently saw an advertisement for the Zero Collection and i wanted to try it. Please keep in mind i am new to the series.
I'm sure for hardcore fans this is a decent collection, yet it might seem a bit lacking. It doesn't really have extras in it that make it worth the thirty dollars if you might already own the GBA versions. From my point of view, though, this is a wonderful collection. I'm not familiar with the story, i'm not a fan of anime, etc., so i didn't want a lot of extra features anyway. I wanted to try a good 2-d sidescrolling mega man game. And this includes four great full length titles to play. So for that alone, since i didn't own any previously, this is an awesome bargain. For anyone wanting to know if this is monetarily worth it, just check the prices of what the used copies of atleast the first two or three titles are going for on the GBA. It is quite expensive.
This series seems good because it pays homage to the more old-school kind of gaming, and it is very well done. The most similar game I have played to this for the ds would have to be New Super Mario Brothers because they are both 2d platformers. The difference in the two games, though, is the level of difficulty. These four games are extremely hard. I am working on the first one right now, but i have messed around with each one just to test them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The most difficult Mega Man games out there! April 26, 2014
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This game is a great follow-up to the Mega Man X series, but it is also extremely difficult, with the first game in the collection being a bit unfair at times instead of just challenging. New to this collection is an easy mode, but it makes the games too easy, giving you all the upgrades right from the start, max lives, and placing platforms over spikes.

If you are a fan of the Mega Man games, I would give this one a try, but if you are a first times, I would start elsewhere.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome game for the real hardcore gamer
All old megaman zero games to GBA in 1 remake to Nintendo DS, could it get any better?
Yes, they also added an easy mode for new gamers that want to enjoy this game while its... Read more
Published 2 days ago by Mathias Landell
5.0 out of 5 stars No Fair
One son received this for his birthday, the older son protested strongly and accused me of "giving away his childhood" (again). Read more
Published 3 days ago by MomShops
5.0 out of 5 stars good
good product
Published 25 days ago by Sung Man Jeong
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Collection.
I love the Megaman Zero series, and I like what Capcom did to make it more approachable to the casual crowd. Read more
Published 27 days ago by David
4.0 out of 5 stars but fun once u finish a
its a hard game,but fun once u finish a mission
Published 1 month ago by kyle bergman
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Condition was excellent.
Published 1 month ago by Caleb Smith
2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars
s***ty hard as hell game. i am a serious gamer and im hopeless at this
Published 1 month ago by Steven
5.0 out of 5 stars Kinda Emo story, but a very well done one.
I am a fan of the character since Megaman X3, and this is the opportunity to dwelve into his point of view. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Juan Jose Flores
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
play it!
Published 2 months ago by Jeff
4.0 out of 5 stars Really took me back to the time when I first ...
Really took me back to the time when I first played the X series. A little tough though, couldn't finish it.
Published 2 months ago by sam cantrell
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