History VideoGame / MegaManX

10th Jan '16 2:05:30 PM morenohijazo
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* ParryingBullets: One of Zero's upgrades is to let him able to deflect bullets with a swing of his [[LaserBlade Z-Saber]]. In ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' this can also be done in the fourth game with the correct upgrade.
14th Dec '15 8:05:47 PM DAN004
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* TheThreeFacesOfAdam: Shown best in ''X8'': Signas the commander as The Prophet, the veterans X and Zero as The Lords, and the rookie Axl as The Hunter.
3rd Dec '15 7:16:57 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man X3}}'' (SNES, Saturn/PS[[labelnote:*]]only in Japan and Europe[[/labelnote]], PC): First game where Zero is playable. A port was released for the SegaSaturn and PlayStation, including CD-quality music, a save feature and anime cut-scenes, but [[NoExportForYou not in North America]] prior to its PC port and its inclusion in ''Mega Man X Collection''. Like ''X2'', it also used a microchip in the SNES version for 3D effects (the disc-based ports just used their native 3D for the effects).
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* ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man X3}}'' (SNES, Saturn/PS[[labelnote:*]]only in Japan and Europe[[/labelnote]], PC): First game where Zero is playable. A port was released for the SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and PlayStation, UsefulNotes/PlayStation, including CD-quality music, a save feature and anime cut-scenes, but [[NoExportForYou not in North America]] prior to its PC port and its inclusion in ''Mega Man X Collection''. Like ''X2'', it also used a microchip in the SNES version for 3D effects (the disc-based ports just used their native 3D for the effects).
14th Nov '15 9:26:37 PM Bassball_Batman
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble completed by X8: ** The fast-action AntiHero Zero (choleric), the conscientious defender X (melancholic), the flamboyant Axl (sanguine), the optimistic fatherly Signas (phlegmatic/sanguine), Alia (choleric/melancholic), Palette (phlegmatic), and Layer (leukine). ** Among the villains: Sigma is leukine; Vile has nothing but choleric faults ([[HairTriggerTemper and dang!!]]); Dynamo is sanguine; and [[spoiler:Lumine]] is melancholic.
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble completed by X8: X5: ** The fast-action AntiHero Zero (choleric), the conscientious defender X (melancholic), the father-figure Signas (phlegmatic), the flamboyant Axl (sanguine), the optimistic fatherly Signas (phlegmatic/sanguine), and Douglas (eclectic). ** Lady reploids of X8: Alia (choleric/melancholic), (choleric), Palette (phlegmatic), and Layer (leukine). (eclectic). ** Among The lone X-hunter (in his own right), ''[[MegaManX2 X2]]'''s X-Hunters, and the villains: Sigma is leukine; BigBad Sigma: Vile has nothing but choleric faults ([[HairTriggerTemper super]] choleric), Agile (melancholic), Serges (phlegmatic), Violen (sanguine), and dang!!]]); Dynamo is sanguine; and [[spoiler:Lumine]] is melancholic.Sigma (eclectic).
26th Oct '15 1:46:14 PM Prinzenick
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** If you have the guts to take on Sting Chameleon and Storm Eagle first and get the Buster upgrade from Flame Mammoth's stage soon after, you're rewarded with the ability to constantly turn yourself invincible for the rest of the game, and all for relatively little ammo consumption to boot!
19th Oct '15 10:54:15 PM DAN004
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* CoolBike: The second game introduces the Ride Chaser, the bike variant of the [[MiniMecha Ride Armor]] with built in guns. They also lack wheels - they hover off the ground. The fourth game makes them cooler with a damaging dash move, and lets you ride it on water as well (much like a jetski). And in the eighth game they even come with moves that fit your characters.

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* OrchestraHitTechnoBattle: As the series start in the nineties, many of the theme songs are techno, with a few greater ones being orchestra as well. Best example would be ''X5's'' final stage, where combined with the trippy background makes the it as much of a rave party as a climactic fight.

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* WeaponizedAnimal: Well, ''robot'' animals, but still, some mooks amount to this. As well as the Maverick bosses themselves in some cases, such as Snipe Anteater's BackpackCannon or Storm Eagle's ArmCannon.

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* WithAFriendAndAStranger: In the manufactured-reploid era, X and Zero are the two original blueprints and lifelong friends. The third hero, Axl (the New Generation Prototype) comes into existence much later.
18th Oct '15 11:49:47 AM BlackSunNocturne
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* ScarabPower: Three of the four beetle-themed Mavericks in the series - [[VideoGame/MegaManX Boomer Kuwanger (stag beetle)]], [[VideoGame/MegaManX3 Gravity Beetle (rhinoceros beetle)]] and [[VideoGame/MegaManX6 Ground Scaravich (dung beetle)]] - are in fact all based on scarabs. This leaves only [[VideoGame/MegaManX5 Izzy Glow (firefly)]] as the only non-scarab beetle, and is the only instance where so many of a certain Maverick theme (beetles, fish, cats, etc.) have all been of such a specific grouping.
11th Oct '15 4:44:30 AM DAN004
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* EliteArmy: The Maverick Hunters are always shorter in numbers than their adversaries, but they consistently come out on top, largely owing to the fact that two (later three) of their members are just that exceptional.
6th Sep '15 12:55:04 PM Morgenthaler
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Fail O Suckyname is no longer a trope. Wicks are being disambiguated.
* FailOSuckyname: ''X5'' has The Skiver. A skiver is a person who lazes around...

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* FailOSuckyname: UnfortunateNames: ''X5'' has The Skiver. A skiver is a person who lazes around...
29th Aug '15 6:37:52 AM Berrenta
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* BeeAfraid: Blast Hornet of ''X3''.

* EverythingsWorseWithBees: Blast Hornet of ''X3''.
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