Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2
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- X series on modern consoles – Restore peace to a post-apocalyptic society of advanced robots-gone-wild as protagonist Mega Man X, and in later entries, options to play as iconic characters Zero and Axl
- All-new multi-boss challenges – X Challenge Mode allows players to select a loadout and take on two bosses from various X games at once for a brand new twist on Maverick hunting. The new mode also features three difficulty options and online leaderboards
- Newcomer friendly Easy Mode – New players can jump right in to the futuristic universe of the Mega Man X series with a new Easy Mode
- Improved visuals and options – Experience the games as they first released with a monitor filter option that simulates CRT televisions or toggle the smooth filter on for a clean look to the charming, classic sprites
- Museum of the era – Take a look back at the history of the X series with each collection’s massive repository of original production art, catalogs of collectible merchandise, music player filled with new and original tunes, plus a fully voiced and animated short film that serves as a prologue to the events of Mega Man X
The X series introduced several new features to the fast-paced action platforming Mega Man franchise such as powerful armor upgrades, wall-jumping, and more mature themes. These collections will bring them all to current platforms alongside a host of new features both for long-time fans and brand new players.
Note: Includes game card for Mega Man X Legacy Collection and a download code for Man X Legacy Collection 2.
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|Official Release Date||Jul 24, 2018|
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It have English and Japanese games on it, for you to choose, and you should know the games at this point, so I'll talk about the extras.
Achievements are realistic, and the galleries and extras are great to get some relax. Just a few minor errors in the Spanish menu translations (switched to English when looking for corrections). And I can access leader boards from my American account without an online subscription.
The X-Challenge . . . it's interesting in easy, in normal is a challenge, in hard . . . I quit after some months. Man, I really like this saga (managed to get perfect score in MMZ3 to unlock every mini-game, end MMX3 without any items or weapons to challenge myself, etc), but this is in other level. Frustration never looked so great. You have been warned.
Great game, I'm proud to have it. . . maybe some day I'll retake the challenge section.
As someone who bought Rockman Classics Collection 2 (The japanese ver. of Legacy Collection) first and was very satisfied with the content, I couldn't help but eventually feel compelled to own the first one as well (even though I own the Rockman Complete Works discs on PS1) . Keep in mind those who love physical copies have got no other option but go for these as Japan does not have physical copies of the first Legacy Collection when it comes to the PS4.
It is especially nice to know you get both versions of the games (US and JP) regardless! =D
This game truly shines for its gameplay! It mixes old school Castlevania and Metroid with stilish graphic and a true identity on its own.
This is what I want from Nintendo Switch and from indie games.
This is not a 2D version of Dark Souls! You can't say that only because is dark graphic tones and because you die all your possessions will be left where you died. In my experience, Dark Souls games are a bit on the punitive side. Salt and Sactuary is more like old school fertile "trial and error". Anyhow definetely not suitable for casual gamers.
Megaman will always be a staple of a video game collectors library, even if we have to import.
Capcom does a Capcom by making a port of several decade-old games a hassle to own on your own terms.
Thank God they tend to favor the overseas market and that more and more games have all languages on them.
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