History YMMV / MegaManUnlimited

22nd Feb '18 8:13:10 AM TokoWH
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* ScrappyMechanic:
** The prisms in Rainbow Man's stage are either this or DemonicSpiders[[note]]They force the instakill laser beams [[UpToEleven in a triangular spread]][[/note]]

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ScrappyMechanic: The prisms in Rainbow Man's stage are either this or DemonicSpiders[[note]]They stage. They force the instakill laser beams [[UpToEleven in a triangular spread]][[/note]]spread]], often forcing the player into react immediately or die situations. Rainbow Man himself is also notable for being a boss with an ''[[OneHitKill instant kill]]'' attack. Many people often cry foul on this, saying that ''no'' Robot Master should have an instant kill attack.
22nd Feb '18 7:59:30 AM TokoWH
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* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: Most people tend to go after Nail Man first since his stage and boss fight is generally considered to be the easiest of all bosses, on top of his Robot Master weapon being a really useful shield.

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* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: Most people tend to go after Nail Man first since his stage and boss fight is generally considered to be the easiest of all bosses, easiest, on top of his Robot Master weapon being a shield that's really useful shield.for dealing with enemies during the percised platforming parts.



* GameBreaker: [[spoiler: Prototype Zero]]. You have to have already beaten the game already on original or instant death, so it can't be used to cheese the game as soon as you start. He starts out weak, [[MagikarpPower and grows more powerful the more bosses you beat]], but even if you only beat a third of them, he completely punches a hole through a good portion of the game's difficulty.

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* GameBreaker: GameBreaker:
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[[spoiler: Prototype Zero]]. You have to have already beaten the game already on original or instant death, so it can't be used to cheese the game as soon as you start. He starts out weak, [[MagikarpPower and grows more powerful the more bosses you beat]], but even if you only beat a third of them, he completely punches a hole through a good portion of the game's difficulty.difficulty.
** The Nail Shield is the best robot master weapon in the game, period. Has a large hitbox to keep enemies at bay, can take a large number of hits before finally dissipating and can be fired into four large projectiles that shred through anything that doesn't have MercyInvincibility. Helps immensely with the more tricker platform sections.
** Comet Dash helps a lot with trivializing certain platforming sections. It launches you forward with a hitbox that's invincible to everything save spikes. Have to make a precise jump through spikes? Comet Dash will make it a non-issue.
** ''Rush Jet''. Despite being the most bog-standard utility item in the franchise, it's very clear that most of the levels were ''not'' designed with it in mind, as there are numerous PlatformHell sections that can be completely skipped with the jet. Combined with energy balancer, you shouldn't have any trouble with keeping Rush Jet's energy full.
17th Feb '18 5:03:12 PM TokoWH
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* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: Most people tend to go after Nail Man first since his stage and boss fight is generally considered to be the easiest of all bosses, on top of his Robot Master weapon being a really useful shield.
17th Feb '18 4:57:41 PM TokoWH
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** On the topic of difficulty, just ''how'' difficult is the game? Is it FakeDifficulty abound, with over abuse of SpikesOfDoom and instakill hazards? Or is it like any VideoGame/MegaManClassic game, where [[TrialAndErrorGameplay slowly learning the stage and getting better is key]] and that you have to be ''trying'' to run into most of the SpikesOfDoom since most of them are cosmetic? About the only thing people can agree on is the [[MarathonLevel levels are too long]].
5th Feb '18 2:36:38 PM barberbarberjoe
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* {{Narm}}: As most of the Robot Masters were designed when [=MegaPhilX=] was younger, they end up falling into this. However, this was [[StylisticSuck intentional for Glue Man and Nail Man]].

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* {{Narm}}: As most of the Robot Masters were designed when [=MegaPhilX=] was younger, they end up falling into this. However, this was [[StylisticSuck intentional for Glue Man and Nail Man]].Man]], and Yo-Yo Man is mocked in-universe.
23rd Dec '17 3:30:22 PM Usernumber2920
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** As far as level design is concerned, there's the overuse and placement of SpikesOfDoom. FakeDifficulty aside, spikes are placed in so many areas in the game that you'll sometimes see them in spots ''where they aren't even real obstacles.'' You'd have to deliberately walk, jump, or fall into them, as they're little more than needless stage decorations.
11th Dec '17 8:33:57 AM flameclaw0x7
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* [[GatewaySeries Gateway Game]]: To Mega Man fangames in general.
9th Dec '17 8:14:25 AM barberbarberjoe
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* CaptainObviousReveal: The twist that reveals [[spoiler:Bass]] as the one who kidnapped Dr. Wily and lead the robot attack, since the game's promotional material made no effort to hide that he would have a major role. [[spoiler:Also, Wily being the actual villain, but that [[OnceAnEpisode goes without saying]]]].

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* CaptainObviousReveal: The twist that reveals [[spoiler:Bass]] as the one who kidnapped Dr. Wily and lead the robot attack, since the game's promotional material made no effort to hide that he would have a major role. [[spoiler:Also, Wily being the actual villain, but that [[OnceAnEpisode goes goes]] [[GrandfatherClause without saying]]]].
7th Dec '17 2:36:14 PM barberbarberjoe
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* CaptainObviousReveal: The twist that reveals [[spoiler:Bass]] as the one who kidnapped Dr. Wily and lead the robot attack, since the game's promotional material made no effort to hide that he would have a major role. [[spoiler:Also, Wily being the actual villain, but that [[WeirdnessCoupon goes without saying]]]].

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* CaptainObviousReveal: The twist that reveals [[spoiler:Bass]] as the one who kidnapped Dr. Wily and lead the robot attack, since the game's promotional material made no effort to hide that he would have a major role. [[spoiler:Also, Wily being the actual villain, but that [[WeirdnessCoupon [[OnceAnEpisode goes without saying]]]].
7th Dec '17 2:33:03 PM barberbarberjoe
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* CaptainObviousReveal: The twist that reveals [[spoiler:Bass]] as the one who kidnapped Dr. Wily and lead the robot attack, since the game's promotional material made no effort to hide that he would have a major role. [[spoiler:Also, Wily being the actual villain, but that [[WeirdnessCoupon goes without saying]]]].
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