History Franchise / MegaMan

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'', Mega Man Battle Network is (also written as "Megaman Battle Network" and also known as "Rockman.EXE") 6th Mega Man franchise, which occupies an AlternateContinuity of 200X where Dr. Light (here known as Dr. Hikari, Japanese for "light")'s network research won out over Dr. Wily's robot research; (2001)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', Mega Man Zero,(also written as "Megaman Zero" and also known as "Rockman Zero") is 3rd Mega Man franchise set 100 years after the "[[WorldSundering Elf Wars]]" which appears to be 100 years after the end of the X series. This stars the EnsembleDarkhorse Zero, now a freedom fighter trying to free the last remaining Reploids against a tyrannic government; (2002)

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'', Mega Man Battle Network is (also written as "Megaman Battle Network" and also known as "Rockman.EXE") EXE")is 6th Mega Man franchise, which occupies an AlternateContinuity of 200X where Dr. Light (here known as Dr. Hikari, Japanese for "light")'s network research won out over Dr. Wily's robot research; (2001)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', Mega Man Zero,(also Zero, (also written as "Megaman Zero" and also known as "Rockman Zero") is 3rd Mega Man franchise set 100 years after the "[[WorldSundering Elf Wars]]" which appears to be 100 years after the end of the X series. This stars the EnsembleDarkhorse Zero, now a freedom fighter trying to free the last remaining Reploids against a tyrannic government; (2002)
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* ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' Mega Man Battle Network is (also written as "Megaman Battle Network" and also known as "Rockman.EXE") 6th Mega Man franchise, which occupies an AlternateContinuity of 200X where Dr. Light (here known as Dr. Hikari, Japanese for "light")'s network research won out over Dr. Wily's robot research; (2001)

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'', Mega Man Battle Network is (also written as "Megaman Battle Network" and also known as "Rockman.EXE") 6th Mega Man franchise, which occupies an AlternateContinuity of 200X where Dr. Light (here known as Dr. Hikari, Japanese for "light")'s network research won out over Dr. Wily's robot research; (2001)
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* The ''[[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]]'' series Mega Man (also written as "Megaman" or sometimes called "Original" or "Classic" and also known as "Rockman"), which started the franchise, starring Rock, the creation of Dr. Light, fighting against the forces of Dr. Wily in the year [[YearX 200X]] -- [[{{Retcon}} 20XX from the third installment on.]] (1987);

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* The ''[[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]]'' series series, Mega Man (also written as "Megaman" or sometimes called "Original" or "Classic" and also known as "Rockman"), which started the franchise, starring Rock, the creation of Dr. Light, fighting against the forces of Dr. Wily in the year [[YearX 200X]] -- [[{{Retcon}} 20XX from the third installment on.]] (1987);



* ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' Mega Man Legends (also written as "Megaman Legends" and also known as "Rockman DASH") is 5th Mega Man franchise at least 4,400 years after the ZX series with a new, seemingly-human Mega Man, bearing the name "Mega Man Volnutt." (1998)

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'', Mega Man Legends (also written as "Megaman Legends" and also known as "Rockman DASH") is 5th Mega Man franchise at least 4,400 years after the ZX series with a new, seemingly-human Mega Man, bearing the name "Mega Man Volnutt." (1998)



* ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' Mega Man Zero,(also written as "Megaman Zero" and also known as "Rockman Zero") is 3rd Mega Man franchise set 100 years after the "[[WorldSundering Elf Wars]]" which appears to be 100 years after the end of the X series. This stars the EnsembleDarkhorse Zero, now a freedom fighter trying to free the last remaining Reploids against a tyrannic government; (2002)

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', Mega Man Zero,(also written as "Megaman Zero" and also known as "Rockman Zero") is 3rd Mega Man franchise set 100 years after the "[[WorldSundering Elf Wars]]" which appears to be 100 years after the end of the X series. This stars the EnsembleDarkhorse Zero, now a freedom fighter trying to free the last remaining Reploids against a tyrannic government; (2002)
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* ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' (''Rockman DASH'' in Japan), Mega Man Legends (also written as "Megaman Legends" and also known as "Rockman DASH") is 5th Mega Man franchise at least 4,400 years after the ZX series with a new, seemingly-human Mega Man, bearing the name "Mega Man Volnutt." (1998)

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' (''Rockman DASH'' in Japan), Mega Man Legends (also written as "Megaman Legends" and also known as "Rockman DASH") is 5th Mega Man franchise at least 4,400 years after the ZX series with a new, seemingly-human Mega Man, bearing the name "Mega Man Volnutt." (1998)



* ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', Mega Man Zero (also written as "Megaman Zero" and also known as "Rockman Zero") is 3rd Mega Man franchise set 100 years after the "[[WorldSundering Elf Wars]]" which appears to be 100 years after the end of the X series. This stars the EnsembleDarkhorse Zero, now a freedom fighter trying to free the last remaining Reploids against a tyrannic government; (2002)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', 4th set 200 years after the Zero series, where mankind has been fully merged with Reploids. The problem of Mavericks is still a threat, although the cause for the outbreaks is entirely different. Otherwise normal Humanoids use Biometals to take the form and powers of heroes of old; (2006)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'' Mega Man Star Force (also written as "Megaman Star Force" or in Japanese, ''Ryuusei no Rockman'' or ''Shooting Star Rockman''), a 7th Mega Man franchise series that takes place 200 years after the ''Battle Network'' games, where {{Cyberspace}} and the human world are even more intertwined via Wi-Fi radio; (2007)

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' Mega Man Zero (also Zero,(also written as "Megaman Zero" and also known as "Rockman Zero") is 3rd Mega Man franchise set 100 years after the "[[WorldSundering Elf Wars]]" which appears to be 100 years after the end of the X series. This stars the EnsembleDarkhorse Zero, now a freedom fighter trying to free the last remaining Reploids against a tyrannic government; (2002)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', Mega Man ZX (also written as "Megaman ZX" and also known as "Rockman ZX") is 4th Mega Man franchise set 200 years after the Zero series, where mankind has been fully merged with Reploids. The problem of Mavericks is still a threat, although the cause for the outbreaks is entirely different. Otherwise normal Humanoids use Biometals to take the form and powers of heroes of old; (2006)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'' ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'', Mega Man Star Force (also written as "Megaman Star Force" or in Japanese, ''Ryuusei no Rockman'' or ''Shooting Star Rockman''), a 7th Mega Man franchise series that takes place 200 years after the ''Battle Network'' games, where {{Cyberspace}} and the human world are even more intertwined via Wi-Fi radio; (2007)
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Mega Man (also alternatively written as "Megaman") is an [[CashCowFranchise insanely popular]] and [[VideoGameLongRunners long-running video game franchise]] created by {{Capcom}} in the 1980s. [[MarketBasedTitle Known as "Rockman" in Japan.]]

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Mega Man (also alternatively written as "Megaman") is an [[CashCowFranchise insanely popular]] and [[VideoGameLongRunners long-running video game franchise]] created by {{Capcom}} in the 1980s. [[MarketBasedTitle Known as "Rockman" in Japan.]]



* The ''[[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]]'' series (sometimes called "Original" or "Classic"), which started the franchise, starring Rock, the creation of Dr. Light, fighting against the forces of Dr. Wily in the year [[YearX 200X]] -- [[{{Retcon}} 20XX from the third installment on.]] (1987);
* ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', set [[ExtyYearsFromNow 100 years after the original series]][[note]]Except for ''Command Mission'', which [[ContinuitySnarl somehow]] takes place in 22XX[[/note]], and starring X, the last creation of Dr. Light fighting Sigma and the Mavericks (1993);
* ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' (''Rockman DASH'' in Japan), set at least 4,400 years after the ZX series with a new, seemingly-human Mega Man, bearing the name "Mega Man Volnutt." (1998)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' (aka Rockman.EXE) series, which occupies an AlternateContinuity of 200X where Dr. Light (here known as Dr. Hikari, Japanese for "light")'s network research won out over Dr. Wily's robot research; (2001)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', set 100 years after the "[[WorldSundering Elf Wars]]" which appears to be 100 years after the end of the X series. This stars the EnsembleDarkhorse Zero, now a freedom fighter trying to free the last remaining Reploids against a tyrannic government; (2002)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', set 200 years after the Zero series, where mankind has been fully merged with Reploids. The problem of Mavericks is still a threat, although the cause for the outbreaks is entirely different. Otherwise normal Humanoids use Biometals to take the form and powers of heroes of old; (2006)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'' (in Japanese, ''Ryuusei no Rockman'' or ''Shooting Star Rockman''), a series that takes place 200 years after the ''Battle Network'' games, where {{Cyberspace}} and the human world are even more intertwined via Wi-Fi radio; (2007)

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* The ''[[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]]'' series (sometimes Mega Man (also written as "Megaman" or sometimes called "Original" or "Classic"), "Classic" and also known as "Rockman"), which started the franchise, starring Rock, the creation of Dr. Light, fighting against the forces of Dr. Wily in the year [[YearX 200X]] -- [[{{Retcon}} 20XX from the third installment on.]] (1987);
* ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', set [[ExtyYearsFromNow Mega Man X (also written as "Megaman X" and also known as "Rockman X") is 2nd Mega Man franchise 100 years after the original series]][[note]]Except for ''Command Mission'', which [[ContinuitySnarl somehow]] takes place in 22XX[[/note]], and starring X, the last creation of Dr. Light fighting Sigma and the Mavericks (1993);
* ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' (''Rockman DASH'' in Japan), set Mega Man Legends (also written as "Megaman Legends" and also known as "Rockman DASH") is 5th Mega Man franchise at least 4,400 years after the ZX series with a new, seemingly-human Mega Man, bearing the name "Mega Man Volnutt." (1998)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' (aka Rockman.EXE) series, Mega Man Battle Network is (also written as "Megaman Battle Network" and also known as "Rockman.EXE") 6th Mega Man franchise, which occupies an AlternateContinuity of 200X where Dr. Light (here known as Dr. Hikari, Japanese for "light")'s network research won out over Dr. Wily's robot research; (2001)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', Mega Man Zero (also written as "Megaman Zero" and also known as "Rockman Zero") is 3rd Mega Man franchise set 100 years after the "[[WorldSundering Elf Wars]]" which appears to be 100 years after the end of the X series. This stars the EnsembleDarkhorse Zero, now a freedom fighter trying to free the last remaining Reploids against a tyrannic government; (2002)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', 4th set 200 years after the Zero series, where mankind has been fully merged with Reploids. The problem of Mavericks is still a threat, although the cause for the outbreaks is entirely different. Otherwise normal Humanoids use Biometals to take the form and powers of heroes of old; (2006)
* ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'' (in Mega Man Star Force (also written as "Megaman Star Force" or in Japanese, ''Ryuusei no Rockman'' or ''Shooting Star Rockman''), a 7th Mega Man franchise series that takes place 200 years after the ''Battle Network'' games, where {{Cyberspace}} and the human world are even more intertwined via Wi-Fi radio; (2007)
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Mega Man (also alternatively written as "Megaman or MegaMan") is an [[CashCowFranchise insanely popular]] and [[VideoGameLongRunners long-running video game franchise]] created by {{Capcom}} in the 1980s. [[MarketBasedTitle Known as "Rockman" in Japan.]]

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Mega Man (also alternatively written as "Megaman or MegaMan") "Megaman") is an [[CashCowFranchise insanely popular]] and [[VideoGameLongRunners long-running video game franchise]] created by {{Capcom}} in the 1980s. [[MarketBasedTitle Known as "Rockman" in Japan.]]
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Mega Man (also alternatively written as Megaman) is an [[CashCowFranchise insanely popular]] and [[VideoGameLongRunners long-running video game franchise]] created by {{Capcom}} in the 1980s. [[MarketBasedTitle Known as "Rockman" in Japan.]]

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Mega Man (also alternatively written as Megaman) "Megaman or MegaMan") is an [[CashCowFranchise insanely popular]] and [[VideoGameLongRunners long-running video game franchise]] created by {{Capcom}} in the 1980s. [[MarketBasedTitle Known as "Rockman" in Japan.]]
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