Sunday, October 30, 2016

Here's Mega Man 2 Running on NES Classic Edition


...and it looks better than *any* previous Virtual Console version!

The Nintendo Class Edition mini console debuts in North America and Europe on November 10th. 

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  1. Yikes, this color palette. At least it's not blurry. Legacy Collection still looks the best.

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    1. What's wrong with the color palette? It looks fine to me.

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    2. That's how the game really looked...

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  2. Has Mega Man 2 always flickered so much?

    Still not better than Complete Works, in any case. Wonder if we'll ever get ports of that aside from MMAC.

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    1. The first four Complete Works games have been on the US Playstation Store for five years now. Or do you happen to live in Europe, where they weren't released in any fashion?

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    2. Yes, Mega Man 2 did flicker that much. And Star Fox for the Super Nintendo is also a lot slower than you probably remember. Everything looks better through remakes and nostalgia goggles.

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  3. So...Airman CAN be beaten. That song was a lie.

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  4. I'm not a nitpicker so very little gameplay (as in a frame of delay or something like that) or slight superficial differences don't bother me, what bothers me is Mega Man 2 for the billionth time.

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    1. Same here. The amount of favoritism that game gets is just ridiculous.

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    2. Same. Should have put Mega Man 6 for the great music even though it took a hit gameplay wise.

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  5. What the heck is going on with that noise channel...? It's sounds a fair bit lower than it should.

    I mean, it doesn't sound bad or anything, but it certainly sounds off.

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