History YMMV / MegaMan9

18th Jul '17 8:00:43 PM Etheru
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* FanficFuel: The Expiration Date law, which is sometimes used in fangames to justify the plot, or [[ArcWelding tied into]] retellings of the games; The [[VideoGame/MegaMan8BitDeathmatch 8-Bit Deathmatch]] expansion based on ''VideoGame/MegaManAndBass'' uses it as the jumping off point for King's rebellion.

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* FanficFuel: The Expiration Date law, which is sometimes used in fangames to justify the plot, or [[ArcWelding tied into]] retellings of the games; The [[VideoGame/MegaMan8BitDeathmatch ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan8BitDeathmatch 8-Bit Deathmatch]] Deathmatch]]'' expansion based on ''VideoGame/MegaManAndBass'' uses it as the jumping off point for King's rebellion.
18th Jul '17 8:00:14 PM Etheru
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* FanficFuel: The Expiration Date law, which is sometimes used in fangames to justify the plot, or [[ArcWelding tied into]] retellings of the games; The [[VideoGame/MegaMan8BitDeathmatch 8-Bit Deathmatch]] expansion based on ''VideoGame/MegaManAndBass'' uses it as the jumping off point for King's rebellion.
15th Jun '17 8:41:49 PM Angeldeb82
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* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: Some people thought that the game tried too hard to be like Mega Man 2, from using the same music in numerous places, to Mega Man losing his charge shot and slide.

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* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: ItsTheSameNowItSucks: Some people thought that the game tried too hard to be like Mega Man 2, from using the same music in numerous places, to Mega Man losing his charge shot and slide.
6th Jun '17 5:51:09 PM ThriceCharming
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**The problem was that it was no longer 1986. It was Two Thousand Fucking Eight, around two whole decades after the 'glory days' of the early NES games. What might have flyed around twenty years prior didn't go over so well in an age where gamers expect their games to be, well, fair. And the early Megaman games, as good as they were for back then, were most certainly not that. Not always anyway.



** Again, it was 2008. The series had progressed and moved on, giving Mega Man new abilities, sprucing up the graphics and audio quality, and offering more fair game design in general. And to so dial things back as if the series had never had any installments past Mega Man 2 only served to pander to the old-school fans who grew up on the early games and [[BrokenBase polarize the fanbase.]] If there's any real reason why we only had one more sequel after 9, this might have been it.
16th May '17 11:57:49 PM ExSlacker
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* BrokenBase: While many people enjoyed the game as a nostalgic throwback to the NES Mega Man games, some people believed the game had some... [[FakeDifficulty questionable]] design decisions.

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* BrokenBase: While many people enjoyed the game as a nostalgic throwback to the NES Mega Man games, some people believed the game had some... [[FakeDifficulty questionable]] design decisions.
15th Apr '17 6:04:25 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Dr. Wily brings up a good point about robots having arbitrary scrap dates, yet he's still treated like nothing good and that point is never discussed again.
15th Apr '17 6:04:14 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Dr. Wily brings up a good point about robots having arbitrary scrap dates, yet he's still treated like nothing good and that point is never discussed again.
31st Dec '16 11:23:38 AM kkhohoho
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* Again, it was 2008. The series had progressed and moved on, giving Mega Man new abilities, sprucing up the graphics and audio quality, and offering more fair game design in general. And to so dial things back as if the series had never had any installments past Mega Man 2 only served to pander to the old-school fans who grew up on the early games and [[BrokenBase polarize the fanbase.]] If there's any real reason why we only had one more sequel after 9, this might have been it.

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* ** Again, it was 2008. The series had progressed and moved on, giving Mega Man new abilities, sprucing up the graphics and audio quality, and offering more fair game design in general. And to so dial things back as if the series had never had any installments past Mega Man 2 only served to pander to the old-school fans who grew up on the early games and [[BrokenBase polarize the fanbase.]] If there's any real reason why we only had one more sequel after 9, this might have been it.
31st Dec '16 11:23:22 AM kkhohoho
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**The problem was that it was no longer 1986. It was Two Thousand Fucking Eight, around two whole decades after the 'glory days' of the early NES games. What might have flyed around twenty years prior didn't go over so well in an age where gamers expect their games to be, well, fair. And the early Megaman games, as good as they were for back then, were most certainly not that; not always anyway.

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**The problem was that it was no longer 1986. It was Two Thousand Fucking Eight, around two whole decades after the 'glory days' of the early NES games. What might have flyed around twenty years prior didn't go over so well in an age where gamers expect their games to be, well, fair. And the early Megaman games, as good as they were for back then, were most certainly not that; not that. Not always anyway.
31st Dec '16 11:17:32 AM kkhohoho
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**The problem was that it was no longer 1986. It was Two Thousand Fucking Eight, around two whole decades after the 'glory days' of the early NES games. What might have flyed around twenty years prior didn't go over so well in an age where gamers expect their games to be, well, fair. And the early Megaman games, as good as they were for back then, were most certainly not that; not always anyway.


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* Again, it was 2008. The series had progressed and moved on, giving Mega Man new abilities, sprucing up the graphics and audio quality, and offering more fair game design in general. And to so dial things back as if the series had never had any installments past Mega Man 2 only served to pander to the old-school fans who grew up on the early games and [[BrokenBase polarize the fanbase.]] If there's any real reason why we only had one more sequel after 9, this might have been it.
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