History VideoGame / MegaManClassic

4th Mar '17 5:27:20 PM Valen
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* MegaManning: Also known as PowerCopying.
21st Feb '17 10:04:24 PM ExSlacker
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->[[AC:Megaman has ended the evil domination of Dr. Wily and restored the world to peace. however, the never ending battle continues until all destructive forces are defeated. Fight, Megaman! For everlasting peace!]]

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->[[AC:Megaman ->[[AC:[=MegaMan=] has ended the evil domination of Dr. Wily and restored the world to peace. however, the never ending battle continues until all destructive forces are defeated. Fight, Megaman! [=MegaMan=]! For everlasting peace!]]



* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U: Mega Man is a playable character for the fourth installment of the series.

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* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' for Nintendo 3DS / Wii 3DS/Wii U: Mega Man is a playable character for the fourth installment of the series.



* FanSequel: A few of them, including: ''VideoGame/MegaManRocks'' by Eric Ruth, ''VideoGame/MegaManUnlimited'' by [=MegaphilX=], ''VideoGame/MegaManTimeTangent'' by Mexican Sunflower, ''VideoGame/MegaManMaximum'' by ~hfnb2, and the Doujin game ''VideoGame/RockmenR'', which utilizes semi-16-bit graphics, ''VideoGame/MegaManRevolution'' by Fifth Independent, ''VideoGame/MegaManTripleThreat'' by Stealth and Liz-Sama, ''VideoGame/MegaGirl R'' by baragon-kun, ''[[VideoGame/MegamanRevengeOfTheFallen Megaman: Revenge of the Fallen]]'' by Darkflamewolf, and the somewhat [[DevelopmentHell out of date]] ''VideoGame/MegaManTheCRORQChronicles'' by Jesse Brown. Also a few clone games, like ''VideoGame/MegaMari'' featuring VideoGame/{{Touhou}} characters by Twilight Project and ''VideoGame/RosenkreuzStilette'' by [erka:es].

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* FanSequel: A few of them, including: ''VideoGame/MegaManRocks'' by Eric Ruth, ''VideoGame/MegaManUnlimited'' by [=MegaphilX=], ''VideoGame/MegaManTimeTangent'' by Mexican Sunflower, ''VideoGame/MegaManMaximum'' by ~hfnb2, and the Doujin game ''VideoGame/RockmenR'', which utilizes semi-16-bit graphics, ''VideoGame/MegaManRevolution'' by Fifth Independent, ''VideoGame/MegaManTripleThreat'' by Stealth and Liz-Sama, ''VideoGame/MegaGirl R'' by baragon-kun, ''[[VideoGame/MegamanRevengeOfTheFallen Megaman: Revenge of the Fallen]]'' ''VideoGame/MegaManRevengeOfTheFallen'' by Darkflamewolf, and the somewhat [[DevelopmentHell out of date]] ''VideoGame/MegaManTheCRORQChronicles'' by Jesse Brown. Also a few clone games, like ''VideoGame/MegaMari'' featuring VideoGame/{{Touhou}} characters by Twilight Project and ''VideoGame/RosenkreuzStilette'' by [erka:es].



** His third attempt is in VideoGame/MegaMan5, where it turns out he framed Protoman for the chaos going on, using a robot named Dark Man to impersonate him.

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** His third attempt is in VideoGame/MegaMan5, where it turns out he framed Protoman Proto Man for the chaos going on, using a robot named Dark Man to impersonate him.



** Most likely unintentional, but the first Megaman DOS game had a Robot Master, who used explosives, named [[Series/KagakuSentaiDynaman DynaMan]].

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** Most likely unintentional, but the first Megaman DOS game had a Robot Master, who used explosives, named [[Series/KagakuSentaiDynaman DynaMan]].



* {{Unobtainium}}: Ceratanium, the metal that was used for building Mega Man's armor, Cut Man's Rolling Cutter, Metal Man's Metal Blades and Hard Man's body. After ''3'', no mention was made of it again until ''[[VideoGame/MegamanZero Zero 4]]''.

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* {{Unobtainium}}: Ceratanium, the metal that was used for building Mega Man's armor, Cut Man's Rolling Cutter, Metal Man's Metal Blades and Hard Man's body. After ''3'', no mention was made of it again until ''[[VideoGame/MegamanZero ''[[VideoGame/MegaManZero Zero 4]]''.
9th Feb '17 7:37:20 PM ViperAcidZX
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The generally lighthearted, friendly atmosphere of the classic series tends to stick out like a sore thumb compared to its two DarkerAndEdgier SequelSeries, ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' and (the much darker) ''VideoGame/MegaManZero''.

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The generally lighthearted, friendly atmosphere of the classic series tends to stick out like a sore thumb compared to its two DarkerAndEdgier SequelSeries, ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' and (the much darker) ''VideoGame/MegaManZero''. The classic series has gained a {{spiritual successor}} in the form of ''VideoGame/MightyNo9''.



* ''VideoGame/MegaMan4'' (NES): Debut of Eddie (aka "Flip-Top"). Introduced the [[ChargedAttack Charged Shot]].

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* ''VideoGame/MegaMan4'' (NES): Debut of Eddie (aka (a.k.a. "Flip-Top"). Introduced the [[ChargedAttack Charged Shot]].


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** In Japan, Europe, and for a short time on the short-lived Sega Channel in North America, there was ''Mega Man: The Wily Wars'' for the Sega Genesis, which brings the first 3 NES games with updated 16-bit presentation, battery back-up saves the ability to save your progress, and a new extra mode upon clearing all three games.
** The ''Rockman Complete Works'' for the [=PlayStation=] is a series of updated ports of the first NES games, which brings not only the original versions of these games, but also a new Navi Mode which adds new content and enhancements, memory saves as well as password support, and a database featuring enemies and characters from their respective game. Sadly, it was never released outside of Japan, and when it did in 2011 though [=PlayStation=] Network, only the first four games saw an international release, without even a translation for other countries.
23rd Dec '16 7:56:08 PM Getta
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* PlatformingPocketPal: Rush is a variant; he only comes in whenever Mega Man needs him by teleporting into the stage. A closer one would be Beat, the bird robot that flies around and follows Mega Man.
21st Dec '16 2:03:53 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** For example, Rock and Roll, Bass and Treble (known as Forte and Gospel in Japan), Blues (Proto Man's Japanese name). The first four [[GaidenGame Game Boy games]] featured a "Mega Man Killer" robot, the first called Enker, derived from "Enka" a style of Japanese folk music; the second, Quint(et); the third, Punk (Rock); and the fourth, Ballade.

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** For example, Rock and Roll, Bass and Treble (known as Forte and Gospel in Japan), Blues (Proto Man's Japanese name). The first four [[GaidenGame Game Boy games]] featured a "Mega Man Killer" robot, the first called Enker, derived from "Enka" "Enka", a style of Japanese folk music; the second, Quint(et); the third, Punk (Rock); and the fourth, Ballade.



* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: The classic Mega Man games were pretty lighthearted in general, but there are exceptions, such as ''VideoGame/MegaMan10'' (in which a virus causes robots to go out of control, and only Dr. Wily is capable of developing a cure), and ''VideoGame/SuperAdventureRockman'' (in which technology as a whole in endangered by an ancient alien supercomputer, and explict scenes of death and destruction are featured).

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* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: The classic Mega Man games were pretty lighthearted in general, but there are exceptions, such as ''VideoGame/MegaMan10'' (in which a virus causes robots to go out of control, and only Dr. Wily is capable of developing a cure), and ''VideoGame/SuperAdventureRockman'' (in which technology as a whole in is endangered by an ancient alien supercomputer, and explict explicit scenes of death and destruction are featured).
20th Nov '16 3:50:01 AM SeptimusHeap
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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Almost all the Robot Masters are a combination of one particular theme and robotics. Special mention goes to Shadow Man ([[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Ninja Robot]]), Pirate Man ({{Pirate}} Robot), and Shade Man ([[OurVampiresAreDifferent Vampire Robot]] with a legion of [[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies Zombie Robot]] mooks).

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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Almost all the Robot Masters are a combination of one particular theme and robotics. Special mention goes to Shadow Man ([[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Ninja Robot]]), (Ninja Robot), Pirate Man ({{Pirate}} Robot), and Shade Man ([[OurVampiresAreDifferent Vampire Robot]] with a legion of [[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies Zombie Robot]] mooks).
11th Nov '16 3:10:20 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* ''Rockman Strategy'' (PC): A Taiwan-only strategy game featuring the Constellation Droids, a group of Robot Masters based on the twelve signs of the Zodiac. Introduces [[CanonForeigner a new ally]] to the Blue Bomber, Fan.



* ''Rockman Strategy'' (PC): A Taiwan-only strategy game featuring the Constellation Droids, a group of Robot Masters based on the twelve signs of the Zodiac. Introduces [[CanonForeigner a new ally]] to the Blue Bomber, Fan.
24th Oct '16 5:28:42 PM nombretomado
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* ''Mega Man'' (GameGear): A condensed version of ''5'', with elements of ''4'' and ''2'' mashed in.

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* ''Mega Man'' (GameGear): (UsefulNotes/GameGear): A condensed version of ''5'', with elements of ''4'' and ''2'' mashed in.
3rd Oct '16 9:39:32 PM DustSnitch
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* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: The classic Mega Man games were pretty lighthearted in general, but there are exceptions, such as ''VideoGame/MegaMan10'' (in which a virus causes robots to go out of control, and only Dr. Wily is capable of developing a cure), and ''VideoGame/SuperAdventureRockman'' (in which technology as a whole in endangered by an ancient alien supercomputer, and explict scenes of death and destruction are featured).
24th Sep '16 11:52:09 AM nombretomado
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* CapcomVsWhatever: Roll was a more prominent character in the Capcom crossovers than Mega Man himself.
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