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Mega Man 3

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Includes game and hard plastic collector case with reprint of original box art. Game is beautifully clean and has a nice full label. All ClassicGameStore games are fully tested before being added to our inventory.

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ASIN B00004SVS5
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4.5 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 8 x 4 x 10 inches
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Mega Man 2 is generally considered the breakout game for our titular blue bomber, and for good reason: it fixed all the problems found in the first Mega Man, and was one of the best games for the NES. Truthfully, it's the only "Mega Man" game I had for the NES in the late 1980s and early 1990s, though I played the first game quite a bit as well. As good as "Mega Man II" is, is it really the best Mega Man game ever, let alone in the classic series?

If it weren't for "Mega Man III", I would unequivocally say yes. "Mega Man III" is easily as good as "Mega Man II:, and opens up the Mega Man gameplay, expanding Mega Man's repertoire.

Major new features introduced in "Mega Man III"
*Slide - Mega Man can now slide, creating new possibilities for level design.
*You can now carry up to 9 energy tanks, rather than 4 like "Mega Man II"
*Due to the introduction of the Doc Robot levels, this is by far the longest of the six NES "Mega Man" games.
*Rush, Mega Man's iconic robotic dog, makes his debut here.
*Proto Man, masquarding as the mysterious Break Man, debuts as well.
*Another notable feature is this is the first game that has accurate cover art on how Mega Man actually appears in the game. "Mega Man" is notoriously bad cover art, and "Mega Man II"'s cover art has Mega Man holding a gun rather than his arm cannon. Not bad but not great. This is definitely an improvement over the last two.

"Mega Man III" actually has the best story of all six NES titles. Dr. Light and Dr.
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By H. Lim on November 23, 2005
This is a review of the MUSIC on this game! How many people would consider music on an old 8 bit video game as "art"? Yet listen to the opening titles and tell me if that isn;t the perfect example of working within limitations to produce excellent music!

The 8 bit NES was capable of producing only very limited sounds. Yet consider the beauty of the Proto Man theme, especially in the end sequence, with its reference to Mingus' "Goodbye Porkpie Hat"; or the thrilling sound of "Magnet Man" or "Spark Man", the latter of which ought to become a standard for musicians everywhere!

Play this game for the music! The MUSIC!!!
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Mega Man was one of my favorite action games from Nintendo. With endless fun, and fighting, there was never any boredom. I loved playing this game so much, and I still do. This game is pretty addicting to me. I can sit and play this game for hours upon hours and never get tired. This game was worth it and if you are a Mega Man fan like me, I would recommend it.
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Once the Mega Man franchise started to hit really big with Nintendo fans, each new installment of the series kept getting better and better. Mega Man 3 introduces his robot dog companion, Rush.

This is probably my favorite installment of the six. Mega Man 3 has a completely AWESOME soundtrack, most notably from Gemini Man, Magnet Man, Snake Man, and the BEST stage of all -- Top Man. I didn't like the Needle Man stage too much because he is such a headache.

After you've beaten all of the 8 stages, you have to re-enter the Gemini Man, Needle Man, Shadow Man, and Spark Man levels which have been re-designed. Twice in each level, you will have to face off with a robot mini-boss who "absorbs" the powers of the robots from Mega Man 2. And he is extremely difficult to beat -- thank goodness for the energy tanks, huh?!

When you face Dr. Wily on the very last level, you will need to use the Hard Knuckle to take away half of his energy. Once he reveals his face, Snake Man's weapon is the only one that is vulnerable to his ship. Enjoy the great ending that follows, because he will return again in Mega Man 4 through 10 mwah hah hah!! :)

I truly wish there were some more Mega Man installments for the Nintendo 3DS or Wii U -- I have no idea why Capcom has not done that yet, so they are really keeping the fanatics waiting...oh well.
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Third installment of the Classic Mega Man series, and it was superb! It's no walk in the park, though: this game can kick your ass if you've no clue what you're doing. But, it is a more than worthy buy in its own right. Many would even put in on par with Mega Man 2. The cartridge worked fine and it came to me in great condition, no scratches on the sticker. Great seller. Satisfied customer.
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Mega Man 3 marked a definite step forward for the series. While it follows the established Mega Man formula (choose your stage, beat the stage, fight the boss, get his power), it also included the ability to fly on, swim on, and jump off of your robot dog Rush. I believe that this is also the title that introduces Proto Man, Mega Man's rival, to the series. The stages and bosses are creative and the game is a lot of fun.
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In the late 80's, Nintendo ruled the world with its NES. Countless games had been released and created many memories for gamers around the world. The Mega Man series were running full steam thanks to the underground buzz of Mega Man and the breakout success of Mega Man 2. Revered for the classic shoot and jump game play, memorable Robot Masters and awesome music, the games were a joy to play through and Capcom had to keep up with the demand for more Mega Man games. After releasing a Mega Man title for the Game Boy, they headed back to the drawing board for 1990's Mega Man 3. It was at that point that many felt (including myself) the NES Mega Man series reached the highest point.

The story for Mega Man 3 goes like this: After being defeated twice, Dr. Wily decides to be a good guy and help Dr. Light create a new peace keeping robot for their world. In order for it to be fully powered, they send Mega Man to get energy crystals. Just as he leaves for his journey, robots go crazy and threaten to halt the introduction of the new robot. Now, Mega Man had to get the energy crystals and find out why the robots went crazy. Of course, in the end, Dr. Wily was behind the commotion and stole the robot so he can use it to take over the world. Surely, Mega Man stopped him......and found out that he had a brother, Proto Man.

The premise of Mega Man 3 is the same as the previous two entries: Choose one stage out of eight stages filled with enemies and a Robot Master. Get the special weapons from all Robot Masters by completing all eight stages. Next, you moved on to the next set of stages (four "Doc Robot" levels where you face off against robots "possessed" by the spirits of the Robot Masters from Mega Man 2.) Finally, after you clear one extra stage, you reach Dr.
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