"Mega May" continues with the North American debut of Mega Man IV on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. As the fourth title in the classic classic Mega Man series on the Game Boy, it's often regarded as one of, if not the best the entry on the handheld. From fine-tuned platforming to snappy music, there's a little something here for every one. It's a great game. Period.
Mega Man V is up next! Stay tuned!
I've never played the MM GB games before and I promised if they were $3 I would buy them. Can't wait for V and Xtreme 2.ReplyDelete
I like the way the buster charger sounds in this game. I always hated the sound in the NES and its also pretty cool how you get pushed back when you release a full charge its like you can feel the power behind the buster. Awesome feature I wish but understand why it wasn't kept.
I'd rather buy the complete works for Vita along with the Pocketstation. Sure thing!ReplyDelete
huh....it's not the same games......Delete
I've been sitting on this whole series since I picked it up years ago boxed for $100. I hear IV and V are a real treat. Need to plug my SuperGameboy cart into my SNES and get to it.ReplyDelete
Bah, I ended up using the last of my points when I purchased Mega Man II and III last week. No big deal, though. I'll definitely be sure to get this one, along with V and Xtreme 2 the moment I get some more.ReplyDelete
MMIV on the Game Boy is absolutely a worthy purchase. Anyone reading this who wasn't around back in the day when it came out... get it! MMV is just as good too.ReplyDelete
I'm always happy to see old great stuff like this being preserved and made commercially available for a new generation of fans.