History VideoGame / MegaManZX

21st Jun '16 7:32:38 PM Getta
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* MonsterCompendium: Like in ''Videogame/MegaManZero 3'', in both games, you can collect Secret Disks to find the infos about mooks and bosses, as well as NPCs.
10th Jun '16 9:53:15 AM Getta
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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: A lot of talk is made over how unique and powerful the Mega Men are, despite their comparatively BoringButPractical moves compared to the Psudoroids (Model W Mega Men being an exception, to the boring but practical thing, of course), but Advent shows this to actually be the case, thanks to Model A's A-Trans ability. The Mega Man forms are all built for general combat in all terrain (even Model L is usable and quite agile on land), while the Psudoroids are specialized to the point of paralysis sometimes. Even Buckfire, the most "Mega Man" like of the Psudoroids just can't quite match the sheer agility of a proper Mega Man. Looks like there's something to all that talk after all.

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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: A lot of talk is made over how unique and powerful the Mega Men are, despite their comparatively BoringButPractical moves compared to the Psudoroids Pseudoroids (Model W Mega Men being an exception, to the boring but practical thing, of course), but Advent shows this to actually be the case, thanks to Model A's A-Trans ability. The Mega Man forms are all built for general combat in all terrain (even Model L is usable and quite agile on land), while the Psudoroids Pseudoroids are specialized to the point of paralysis sometimes. Even Buckfire, the most "Mega Man" like of the Psudoroids Pseudoroids just can't quite match the sheer agility of a proper Mega Man. Looks like there's something to all that talk after all.
9th Jun '16 10:07:35 AM Cronosonic
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* CastOfSnowflakes: ''Advent'' adheres to this trope (except for the hunters when in uniform, and that's kinda justified), amd Inti Creates went the extra mile and made almost every NPC character look completely different, and even gave them all amazingly elaborate designs. Yes, even the ones who have no importance whatsoever besides talking to you.



* YouALLLookFamiliar: ''Advent'' not only averts this trope (except for the hunters when in uniform, and that's kinda justified), but Inti Creates went the extra mile and made almost every NPC character look completely different, and even gave them all amazingly elaborate designs. Yes, even the ones who have no importance whatsoever besides talking to you.

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* YouALLLookFamiliar: ''Advent'' not only averts this trope (except for Averted in ''Advent'', see CastOfSnowflakes above. Applies a lot more to the hunters when in uniform, and that's kinda justified), but Inti Creates went the extra mile and made almost every NPC character look completely different, and even gave them all amazingly elaborate designs. Yes, even the ones who have no importance whatsoever besides talking to you.first game, however.
28th May '16 2:31:17 AM Shotoman
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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: A lot of talk is made over how unique and powerful the Mega Men are, despite their comparatively BoringButPractical moves compared to the Psudoroids (Model W Mega Men being an exception, to the boring but practical thing, of course), but Advent shows this to actually be the case, thanks to Model A's A-Trans ability. The Mega Man forms are all built for general combat in all terrain (even Model L is usable and quite agile on land), while the Psudoroids are specialized to the point of paralysis sometimes. Even Buckfire, the most "Mega Man" like of the Psudoroids just can't quite match the sheer agility of a proper Mega Man. Looks like there's something to all that talk after all.
17th Apr '16 4:18:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* EvilTaintedThePlace: The Area N was the crash site of the space station Ragnarok, with which MegaManZero's BigBad Dr. Weil fused himself long ago. Said area is full of strange phenomena, including the appearance of Reploids there who should've died long ago.
24th Mar '16 11:05:50 AM Berrenta
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* CrutchCharacter[=/=]DiscOneNuke: Model X, to an extent. What makes him useful is that his double buster can be used in quick succession ForMassiveDamage. He's still good after you finally get him back. Too bad you can't use him on the final boss. He's an immense help on the penultimate boss, and you probably want Model H on the last boss anyway.

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* CrutchCharacter[=/=]DiscOneNuke: CrutchCharacter: Model X, to an extent. What makes him useful is that his double buster can be used in quick succession ForMassiveDamage.succession. He's still good after you finally get him back. Too bad you can't use him on the final boss. He's an immense help on the penultimate boss, and you probably want Model H on the last boss anyway.
12th Mar '16 12:46:26 AM Perseus
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* CallBack: Area N is one to the Zero Space (''X5'''s final stages). Both are caused when a gigantic floating object fall onto earth and causing the ground zero to merge with the Cyberspace and other weird phenomenons. Also, [[spoiler:Zero is partly the cause of the phenomenon (as Omega is derived from Zero as well) and you also get to fight him in those areas.]]

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* CallBack: Area N is one to the Zero Space (''X5'''s (''VideoGame/MegaManX5'''s final stages). Both are caused when a gigantic floating object fall onto earth and fell to earth, causing the ground zero to merge with the Cyberspace and other weird phenomenons. strange phenomena. Also, [[spoiler:Zero is partly the cause of the phenomenon (as Omega is derived from Zero as well) and you also get to fight him in those areas.the area.]]
8th Mar '16 10:23:14 AM WaxingName
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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to ''Zero''.

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to ''Zero''.''Zero'' and arguably ''X''. It's almost on the same level as the Classic series, but perhaps slightly darker.
14th Feb '16 10:52:28 AM hamza678
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* MechanicalAbomination
**The original [[TransformationTrinket Biometal]], Model W, are pieces of the derelict [[KillSat Ragnarok]] from ''MegaManZero 4'', fused with the soul of its creator, [[PredecessorVillain Dr. Weil]]. The things look monstrous, can grow and affect their surroundings in different ways, they can amplify anxiety and/or frustration of people and then [[EmotionEater eat those negative emotions]] by turning people into [[EnergyBeing Cyber-Elves]] and then eating them. It can also turn its user, Serpent, into a robotic abomination.
** In the sequel, where more of the Model Ws are shown, its apparent "creator" Master Albert powers them up by help of the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Enemy Mega Men]] by sacrificing people, and after he's done, he reconfigures them into a much bigger abomination named Ouroboros, a DoomsdayDevice that looks like the mythical Ouroboros, and when our heroes venture into the thing, it has a beating mechanical heart and TronLines that "represent" blood vessels. Albert's going to use it to reset the world.
25th Jan '16 1:48:26 PM rjd1922
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* IAmTheTrope: When the 6 Biometals in ''ZX'' gives out their passwords to unlock the door leading to Model W, we got this:

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* IAmTheTrope: IAmTheNoun: When the 6 Biometals in ''ZX'' gives out their passwords to unlock the door leading to Model W, we got this:
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