As promised, Mega Man Battle Network 4 Red Sun and Blue Moon have arrived on Wii U in North America. But Mega May doesn't end there! Nintendo surprised us with Mega Man Zero 3 today, too! In total, Mega May 2015 deliver seven games.
These classics will run you $7.99 a pop. Though not announced officially, Mega Man Zero 4 is on the radar. After that, who knows!
Source: Mega May
Mega Manos: The Battle Network of Fate!ReplyDelete
They are awesome but I prefer to buy art boxes with beautiful manuals in it from Japan instead of digital download.ReplyDelete
Fun fact, Battle Network 4 sold very well back in the day - one of the best selling of the entire Mega Man franchise, even.ReplyDelete
Your very Right BN 4 started the new graphic style tooDelete
bn4 overall was a vary innovative game. Sadly, I just didn't like the replay the story mode 3 times just get everything. I also don't recall there being Help boards in it. I also prefered Styles to souls.Delete
But the free tourneyments where you faced navis from your friends that used their folder as well as whatever else they did... that was amazing
That and fighting both version's Navis and having all Net areas with a random encounter was neat.Delete
Well, I really enjoy the 3 modes setting. The ONLY part that I found (personally) annoying was the ToyRobot event.Delete
Here is another fun fact, MMZ3 and MMBN4 are both widely considered the best and worst entries in the main games of their respective series by fans.Delete
I'm hoping Capcom will bring the rest of the Battle Network series as well as the ZX & Starforce games to WiiU next really, that & Mega Man 64 it would be good to think that between PS3 & WiiU you can own the majority of all the various series' entriesReplyDelete
Protodude, The MegaMan Monthly site was hacked, Steven Chase need our help.ReplyDelete
Wow some scumbag people out there, anyway I will see if I could contribute to helping out.Delete