History Videogame / MegamanZero

19th Jul '16 6:24:23 AM DrNoPuma
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* ClamTrap: In aquatic levels, you can sometimes find robotic clams that will try to bite you. You can only attack them when they're opening their shells.
17th Jul '16 11:48:09 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* PufferFish: One Mechaniloid in the fourth game is modeled after this. They exploded into spikes if left long enough.
21st Jun '16 7:26:34 PM Getta
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* MonsterCompendium: The collectible secret disks in Z3 contain data of enemies, bosses and characters, which you can check at Cerveau after you acquire them in the stages (or by talking to people at the base). There's also the database in Z4 which does a similar thing without the disks; you access them in the main menu.
7th Jun '16 9:57:11 PM Getta
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* GrandFinale: The first in the series to have one (followed only a few months later by ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork''). [[spoiler:The fascist government that the heroes are fighting against is finally gone, and the BigBad, desperate, is getting ready to destroy the last hope of healing a [[CrapsackWorld dying Earth]] with a ColonyDrop. The hero confronts the BigBad, [[HeroicSacrifice passing up the chance to escape to safety]] so he can stop the ColonyDrop and the BigBad once and for all. Add the fact that [[SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome the hero finally finds his purpose in fighting the war]], a [[HeroicBSOD problem that has plagued him]] since the ''[[VideoGame/MegaManX previous series]]'', and that peace is ''finally'' restored after a very, '''''very''''' long time]].
** The last bit is a clincher, since [[spoiler:Zero, who was created by the same [[BigBad Dr. Wily]] who started the entire RobotWar in the first place, is the one who finally ended it. Of course he also stopped it by dying]].

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* GrandFinale: The first in the series to have one (followed only a few months later by ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork''). [[spoiler:The fascist government that the heroes are fighting against is finally gone, and the BigBad, desperate, is getting ready to destroy the last hope of healing a [[CrapsackWorld dying Earth]] with a ColonyDrop. The hero confronts the BigBad, [[HeroicSacrifice passing up the chance to escape to safety]] so he can stop the ColonyDrop and the BigBad once and for all. Add the fact that [[SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome the hero finally finds his purpose in fighting the war]], a [[HeroicBSOD problem that has plagued him]] since the ''[[VideoGame/MegaManX previous series]]'', and that peace is ''finally'' restored after a very, '''''very''''' '''very''' long time]].
** The last bit is a clincher, since [[spoiler:Zero, who was created by the same [[BigBad Dr. Wily]] who started the entire RobotWar in the first place, is the one who finally ended it. Of course he also stopped it [[TheHeroDies by dying]].dying]]]].



* [[spoiler: TheHeroDies]]
7th Jun '16 6:35:29 PM sheika
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* [[spoiler: TheHeroDies]]
22nd May '16 8:08:01 PM IronicMouse
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* TheWarJustBefore: PlayedWith. The big war that directly preceded the series, the Elf Wars, isn't a big part of the plot until the third game where Dr. Weil and his servant Omega, the ones responsible to start the wars, show up with a vengeance because of what humanity did to him before, after the war. Much knowledge about the war is also revealed there. Although the wars have been alluded to since the second game with Dark Elf, the MacGuffin of that game, being what Weil and Omega used in the war as a weapon.
23rd Apr '16 9:34:31 PM aye_amber
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* SpiritualAntithesis: To ''MegaManClassic''. The classic is a quirky series about a boy android who shoots up cartoony, googly-eyed robots and copies their powers with obvious Cartoon Physics. His creator, Dr. Light, and his nemesis, Dr. Wily, are also pretty comical in their own ways. Each game ends with the eponymous character saving the day once again. ''MMZ'' is much more anime-like, is about a teenage-looking android fighting a war alongside a group of freedom fighters, and has very little to speak of in the way of humor. Victories always come at a cost. The DarkerAndEdgier progression of the timeline has been so much that this series becomes a 180 degrees opposite of what started this whole timeline.

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* SpiritualAntithesis: To ''MegaManClassic''. ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic.'' The classic is a quirky series about a boy android who shoots up cartoony, googly-eyed robots and copies their powers with obvious Cartoon Physics. His creator, Dr. Light, and his nemesis, Dr. Wily, are also pretty comical in their own ways. Each game ends with the eponymous character saving the day once again. ''MMZ'' is much more anime-like, is about a teenage-looking android fighting a war alongside a group of freedom fighters, and has very little to speak of in the way of humor. Victories always come at a cost. The DarkerAndEdgier progression of the timeline has been so much that this series becomes a 180 degrees opposite of what started this whole timeline.
20th Apr '16 5:24:34 AM aye_amber
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* AllThereInTheStinger: ''2'''s stinger features a disembodied voice telling his "creation", Omega, that it's the "right time to attack". This leads directly into the events of ''VideoGame/MegaManZero3'', in which Omega appears in the intro level, and we're introduced to the likely source of the voice: the BigBad Dr. Weil.

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* AllThereInTheStinger: ''2'''s stinger features a disembodied voice telling his "creation", Omega, that it's the "right time to attack". This leads directly into the events of ''VideoGame/MegaManZero3'', ''VideoGame/MegaManZero 3,'' in which Omega appears in the intro level, and we're introduced to the likely source of the voice: the BigBad Dr. Weil.



* UnusualEars: All of the Reploids in ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' & cyborgs in ''MegaManZX'' seem to have these strange white headphone-like things instead of human ears, which is strange, considering that the first ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' had proper ears, despite being much less advanced.

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* UnusualEars: All of the Reploids in ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' & and cyborgs in ''MegaManZX'' ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'' seem to have these strange white headphone-like things instead of human ears, which is strange, considering that the first ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' had proper ears, despite being much less advanced.
6th Apr '16 6:22:12 PM DAN004
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3rd Apr '16 6:59:45 AM BarockEntertainment
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*[[LetsPlay Let's Play]]: [[http://brokenforum.com/index.php?threads/badass-jedi-ninja-samurai-wushu-brooding-anti-hero-blond-robot-let-us-play-mega-man-zero-1-4.9429/ One comprising all 4 games]], by [[WebVideo/BarockEntertainment Barock Entertainment]].
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