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Mega Man X Command Mission - PlayStation 2

4.3 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews
Rated: Everyone
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  • All the great Mega Man action is here, plus new role-playing elements alow you to improve your characters' performance
  • New heroes like Axl and Zero will join Mega Man -- plus four all-new characters never seen before
  • Cross Order System is a new way to display characters' turn order and health -- with luck you'll use it to steal opponents' energy and use a final strike attack to finish them off!

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Product Description

Mega Man X Command Mission takes the blue bomber franchise in a whole new direction by introducing it to the role playing game (RPG) genre and producing an exciting new title set within the Mega Man X universe. With fundamental Mega Man characteristics, cel-shaded characters and true 3-D stylized environments, Mega Man X Command Mission is sure to please fans and gamers new to the franchise.

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Play as the hero from the Mega Man X series in his first role-playing adventure! Joining Mega Man are Axl and Zero--teammates from the X series. Plus, master five new playable characters, including a mysterious female reploid. Your mission is to infiltrate Giga City Island and stop the rebellion started by General Epsilon and his Liberion Army. Customize your characters using experience points and combine attacks to defeat scores of treacherous enemies.


  • Play as Mega Man X to gather up a team to stop the rebellion
  • Perform "Final Strike" for a devastating combo attack by three characters
  • Three character battle system--new to the X series
  • "Action Trigger" allows player to input special commands to perform special moves
  • Game includes Mega Man X8 playable demo

Product Information

Release date August 7, 2006
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4.3 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,531 in videogames
#192 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation 2
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game
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For years and years now, Megaman games have always been side scrolling button mashing action games, sometimes reincarnated into different genres (even soccer!). But this is the first Megaman RPG and for a first try, I'd say the folks at Capcom have done prettty well for themselves.
You play as Megaman, Zero, Axl, and a whole bunch of other new characters with great design. The battle system is fast paced and addictive, while many times, the encounter rate is grossly high, as the battles are all random, besides the scripted ones.
Even with the fun battle system, Megaman X Command Mission goes wrong in different ways. First off, the game is very linear most of the time, as you'll have a hub area that connect to all the levels, and the levels usually consist of hallways. Second of all, it doesn't take long a all to beat this game, for an RPG. I think that Capcom wasn't really sure, because the basic platformer action game that they usually make are 10-15 hours, which is how long Megaman takes to complete. And last, despite most of the other Megaman games being overly hard and frustrating, Command Mission is quite on the easy side. This isn't really a problem for younger players, but for veteran players, it's not great. It's not just the battles that are quite easy, but also the simplistic puzzles lean on the easy side also.
All of this aside, even if you're a veteran player, it's still REALLY fun and addictive to play. This game is deffinitely not for everyone, but for those who are fans of Megaman, it's very fun, and those who want a change from the epic Final Fantasy games and those hardcore sword fighting games and the such will enjoy Command Mission for a nice breather, with a more light hearted plot than most RPGs.
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Megaman X leaps boldly into full 3D for the first time, and the results are stunning. Capcom has outdone itself with this masterpiece: after failing so horribly with MegaMan X7's botched storyline and 2D/3D mix, they finally got it right. Incredible attention to detail, believable characters, beautiful cel-shaded graphics, and a storyline that will keep you riveted to your chair all make Command Mission a game for the ages.

You start off playing as the Maverick Hunter X, separated from your partner Zero and a new character named Shadow, navigating your way through the dark and stormy Lagrano Ruins in search of information regarding the latest threat to peace on Earth -- the Rebellion leader, Epsilon. As you press onward through each progressive level the plot thickens, suspense builds, and distrust and betrayal lurk just around every corner. RPG fans can't go wrong buying this game.

The gameplay is immaculate, particularly the unique turn-based battle system that relies on "WE" (Weapon Energy) to power certain special attacks and fuel devastating combos. WE recharges itself by a certain percentage each turn, and each secondary weapon fired during that turn drains WE from the character's reserves. Add to that the ultra-powerful but limited-duration Hyper Mode, which raises max HP, increases offensive and defensive capabilities, and can even change the character's base element (X's Hyper Mode, "X Fire," changes him to a Fire-type), and you have an addicting battle system that, in my humble opinion, is one of the best RPG battle systems ever created.

Weapons are in no short supply in MMXCM. X alone has no fewer than 25 equippable primary weapons, and that's just the beginning.
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I've never been too big a fan of turn-based action games.
Megaman X Command Mission grabbed my attention though, and I've been
through hours of enemies exploded and being hammered by bosses. While the bosses can be a little frustrating, it's great to go back and completely destroy the enemies you faced in earlier levels, that is after you upgrade a bunch. I recommend that you find all the items before things rap up. Decent graphics and voice selection for the characters, the costumization is enjoyable. Definitely a good buy.
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Well this game isn't like any Mega Man game so far, and the closest comparison I could make is Final Fantasy X. The battle system is almost exactly the same from the turn system to special moves. You play as a variety of characters throughout which all have their own special moves (ex. X's charge shot, Axel's shape shifting, and Zero's variety of special slash attacks. One thing I thought was cool is that you can buy several different weapons that almost always look different. But the series lack of being familiar to the RPG style of gameplay makes it imperfect. The battles keep coming and coming even more than in any Final Fantasy game and the battles seem to be quite hard unless you do some serious leveling. Some good news is that there is a LOT of gameplay and if you like Final Fantasy like I do then you will enjoy it, it also helps to like Mega Man as well but this will appeal to all.
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When growing up I played Megaman as much as a Mario fan played Mario. For Snes, they came out with a Mario RPG. I played it and loved it so much. I always dreamed of a Megaman RPG. My cousin was a Megaman fan also and we used to brainstorm what would be Megaman's Stats or Zero's Stats if they showed up in a RPG. Well, when this came out my dream and my cousin's dream came true. They really came out with a Megaman RPG and better yet Megaman X.

The mechanics of the game and how they correlated material from Megaman X into an RPG is astounding. They included and utilized everything from Sub tanks to even "Virus" as a status change. I was really impressed with the game overall but there is one thing I wish it had and it is, MORE GAMEPLAY! I do a pretty great amount of exploring and grinding but still beat this game in under 20 hours which doesn't meet my adequate RPG game play time. Other than that, it is an awesome RPG for you Megaman fans out there.
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