What's on the game? I've always been a huge MegaMan fan, but I guess I'm out of the loop.
I own all the MM games for the NES, and Mega Man X, but nothing past that. I've got a PS2, and will have an XBOX thanks to my roommate next year. But I don't think it'll translate that great.
Any Info would be great.
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Wait, James, does this include any of the Mega Man X series...I'm quite confused now.
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The Anniversary game includes Mega Man 1 through 8 and Mega Man: The Power Battle and Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters.
Mega Man 1-6 were on the NES Mega Man 7 was on the SNES Mega Man 8 was on PS1 & Saturn Mega Man Power Battle & Power Fighters were released in arcades
In addition to the 10 games, the compilation will feature unlockable bonus content. Including producer interviews (GameCube version only), 30 minutes of anime (PlayStation 2 version only), an art gallery(both), and a history of the series(both).
My opinion is get the GC version. It just feels right to get a Mega Man on a Nintendo system. Besides I'd rather see interviews with producers then crappy anime.
There is no X-Box version.
Mega Man Mania (GBA) will include Mega Man 1-5 for the original GameBoy. They are different from the NES versions. No extra games or content included just that you are abel to play in the original black&white colors or new remixed color versions
I don't know if I'd qualify Dear Esther as a game. A ll your doing is navigating an environment. Its an amazingly pretty environment, at that, though. Its definitely worth the two hours or so it should take to 'play' it. Highly recommended.