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- Capcom Classics Collection includes the following features -
- Experience 7 groundbreaking and revolutionary games of their time on one disk
- Hundreds of hours of nostalgic gameplay
- Enjoy a wealth of added features including original artwork, remixed music and playing tips
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The Mega Man X Collection brings together six incredible adventures with Mega Man X and Zero! Join them as they relive their amazing first adventures, plus one you may never have seen before: The Blue Bomber's action-packed racing game, Mega Man Battle & Chase, never before released in America! Enjoy a total of seven Mega Man games with remixed soundtracks original and sketch art, plus many other cool features!
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There are 6 games in total Plus a 7th one that can be unlocked by completing all 6 X games. They take place a Century after the original Megaman Series as X is awakened by Dr Cain only to realize X is the only robot that was designed to be the closest to any human in terms of emotion, intelligence and to be able to make his own decisions.
Highly recommended to people interested in the Megaman X Series and with the prices for a new copy you really cant go wrong with it at All.
The X series, from its very inception, was meant to advance the Mega Man name into a more hardcore direction, and it most definitely succeeded. Of course, the main gameplay retains the classic Mega Man formula. You go after 8 bosses with their own unique stage, you take on a final fortress series of levels, you gain new abilities and weapons from your vanquished foes, it's all about tight platforming and running and gunning, and so on and so worth. However, it's not just classic Mega Man with an "X" at the end of the title. New moves, health upgrades, and Light capsules that hold armor upgrades for X are attributes first introduced in Mega Man X, and quickly became series' mainstay elements. In later X titles, you could play the game as Zero, who utilized a totally different style of play with his melee-centric Z-saber focus and a "Weapon Get" system that totally differs from X's and is very unique. I love playing as both characters. They're both about as good as it gets when it comes to 2-D action platforming.
I love the story behind the Mega Man X series and this paragraph will be somewhat of a tangent about it. Much like the gameplay, the story took the Mega Man name into more mature, complex themes that resonate with gamers of all ages. It takes place 100 years after the events of the classic Mega Man games, and features a new cast of characters, villains, and a very different type of conflict. The story in this series often explores themes of betrayal, loyalty to your brethren, the philosophical implications of freewill in machines, and war itself. It's all quite awesome. The main character is X (the new Mega Man), and he has a whole cast of great support characters, including his greatest comrade and close friend Zero, who also becomes playable in later X titles in this collection. It's all great. I love the charming and fun aspects of the classic series, but the X series just appeals to me more from a narrative perspective. Each game has a fairly different story too. No "Wily was behind Cossack/fakeProtoMan/Mr.X the whole time!!!" stories, and I quite like that. Sigma may be the main villain in each X game, but X4 is a great example of moral complexity and ambiguity that makes the overall plot quite compelling. The whole notion that the absolute evil you face, Sigma, was once the greatest hero in the world, and that Zero, one of the most awesome heroes, was once evil and Dr. Wily's last and greatest creation, is just fantastic. X1, X4, and X5 are personal highlights, for me, when it comes to the plot. Great stuff.
The quality of the collection itself is quite awesome. The controls have always been very tight, and thankfully this collection really does work well on the PS2 and Gamecube both. I personally prefer the PS2 controller's d-pad, shoulder buttons, and overall button arrangement, but both are great to play (I personally own both versions). There aren't nearly as many extras on this one as the classic Mega Man Anniversary Collection, but there are some such as unlockable artwork, as well as a PSX Mario/Crash Bandicoot Kart racing clone with Mega Man, which is quite a lot of zany fun. All-in-all, a stellar job at compiling it all together, and of course, the core X titles are what make this collection a must-own.
If you fancy yourself a classic gamer who loves action titles, then it really doesn't get much better than Mega Man X. Sure, there are some weaker entries in the series (I personally am not fond of 3, and 6 is downright atrocious, in my opinion), but overall, the Mega Man X collection is a fantastic package of multiple gaming masterpieces that must be played. I really cannot recommend it enough. Any hardcore gamer will love this series. So buy it, go to war against the Mavericks who would rob the world of peace, and put an end to Sigma's evil, twisted ambitions!
Mega Man X games, then this MMX compilation is for you
You get Mega Man X 1-6 all in one sweet, affordable package
I've heard other people gripe about Mega Man X3 on this collection, that they used the PS1 version's music instead of the SNES
Well all I have to say is , WHO CARES?!!!!!!!!
Personally, I am not going to spend $200 on ONE GAME because of a SOUND CHIP!!
Bottom line, if you want you MMX fix, then you need this
My only complaint is that they didn't include Mega Man X7 and X8
But, that's a minor gripe
So folks, do the math
You want to spend several hundred dollars on the individual SNES titles??
OR are you going to be smart, save a pile of money, and still get your Mega Man fix on?
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