Mega Man Legacy Collection 2
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- 4-in-1 Timeless Adventures - Experience the legacy of long-time video game icon Mega Man with these four most recent classics from the core series: Mega Man 7,8, 9, and 10
- First-timer Friendly - For those new to the series, this collection introduces a new option to play the games with additional armor as they learn the ropes during their first playthrough. Save checkpoints have also been added for easy reload
- New Remix Challenge Mode - Play classic stages like never before and put skills to the test in unique boss rush and stage remixes!
- Mega Man Museum - Explore the legacy of these games’ original releases with a historic archive that includes hundreds of development materials such as concept designs, sketches, production art, and more
The Blue Bomber is back in this second collection of classic Capcom titles! Featuring faithful reproductions of Mega Man 7, 8, 9, & 10, this collection spans the iconic series' evolution and retro revolution. Take on the nefarious Dr. Wily and his diverse Robot Masters in these timeless 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit adventures!
Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 is bursting with additional content, from time trials and remix challenges with online leaderboards, to a music player and an extensive gallery of rare illustrations. Also included are the additional modes originally released as DLC for Mega Man 9 and 10, featuring extra stages and playable characters. For anyone who wants a little extra help with these challenging classic platformers, you now have the option to reduce the amount of damage received.
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|Official Release Date||Aug 08, 2017|
|ESRB Everyone 10
Titles rated E10+ (Everyone 10 and older) have content that may be suitable for ages 10 and older. Titles in this category may contain more cartoon, fantasy or mild violence, mild language and/or minimal suggestive themes.
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|Average rating:||(4 out of 5)|
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Even though the entire collection could fit on 1 single blu-ray, this part2 remains a great addition for those, like me, who want to own every re-released games with the Blue Bomber on a modern console.
The games are as good as they were, the additions are cool but not that important, so in this regard, if you already have previous versions of this collection (PS2, Gamecube etc...), there is no urge for you to get this one unless you are a collector or a huge fan in which case you know what you are getting (here, episodes 7 to 10) for an affordable price.
Sadly, these collections were not released in Europe on physical format but thanks to Play-Asia, it is way easier and cheaper to import titles than what it was back in the days.
Pour mes compatriotes Francophones; Cette partie 2 de la compilation est bien, dommage que la totalité des jeux Megaman soit sur 2 blu-rays (contrairement à celle pour Megaman X), mais les jeux restent biens.
Si comme moi, vous rêviez d'avoir tous les épisodes "platformer" de Megaman sur une même console, n'hésitez pas, entre les 2 boites pour Megaman et la compil Megaman X, vous avez de nombreuses heures de plaisir en perspective.
Maintenant, espérons que Capcom continue dans sa lancé et sorte une compil pour les jeux de la série "Legends" et/ou les jeux consoles portables, et là on sera au top.
Dommage que l'Europe (et ailleurs) n'ai pas eu droit aux versions boites des jeux (alors que le Français est sur les boites US) car qui dit import, dit frais de port et de douanes supplémentaires, mais Play-Asia reste une bonne valeur avec des prix très abordables.
Bon jeu à tous.
How many times Capcom will re-release these games? Granted, MM 1-6 have seen more releases than any of their sequels, yet this release leaves something to be desired. MM7 was never all that great, but it's there. MM8's Japanese version lacks Electrical Communication, because Capcom didn't want to re-license the song for this release, but the game's still pretty solid. MM 9 and 10 include the DLC, which you can unlock by beating the game or inputting a code. I won't detract the fact that MM8 uses the PlayStation version, as building an accurate Saturn emulator is extremely difficult. The source code is probably lost, just like with most of the Game Boy Mega Man titles.
But where things really kinda screw up is that that's it. Four games. Sure, it completes the main series, but considering Power Fighters and Power Battles are still mostly missing, and Battle & Chase is missing (it was included with the MMX Collection) and Mega Man and Bass doesn't have any version of it on disc, it leaves this collection rather lacklustre.
Then you have the Japanese-only Rockboard, which could could use a quick official translation. The tools are out there, just mod the ROM file, companies use them anyway.
The collection doesn't stand up. The Classic Mega Man series should have been collected unto one disc, with the few untranslated games in there as their first, official English releases in the West. As it stands now, alongside the the first Legacy Collection, we're getting a very limited collection of games.
I'd give this three stars for decently competent ports, except for the fact that the cover has Mega Man killers on the cover, despite them being just DLC for MM10. A clever consumer would would know these characters do not appear in the games proper, but that's giving people too much credit.
Too bad it doesn't have Megaman & Bass.
Despite that, it's still pretty good!
Having Megaman 7 & 8 in the same game just make it worth.
It's a shame that they didn't included "Rockman & Forte" from Snes...
in this compilation, 4 games but are fantastic, ideal to fans
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