Man the end of Plant Man's stage is frustrating.

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3 years ago#1
I keep falling in the water.
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3 years ago#2
http://megamanvi.blogspot.com/

Check out this new live recording of the music from Plantman's stage by Los Coulters

https://sites.google.com/site/megatribute/megatribute2/Plantman.m4a?attredirects=0&d=1

It will help you through the stage- also wait for the robo-fish to jump out and then go.
3 years ago#3
Use Centaur Flash.
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3 years ago#4
Yeah, the controls for those springs suck. Try pressing down when jumping off of them.
3 years ago#5
try holding the A button down. I think it makes you jump high all the time.
3 years ago#6
Not always, but most of the time.
3 years ago#7
I got the anniversary collection, and from what everyone was saying I expected Megaman 6 to be terrible.

It's the least innovative of the rest for sure. But it's not a bad game. I suppose I could see why people might get disappointed by the high number of sequels, and yeah that story is just stupid (MR X lol from SOR?)

But still I enjoy it. Now MM7, and MM8 however.....
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3 years ago#8
Give MM7 a chance. Just don't play it right after playing any MMX game. I was in the 8-bit only camp for Mega Man classic and was put off by it (because I had just played MMX1 or 2) but I revisited it earlier this year and absolutely loved it. It's now among my top favorites. You can just tell they had fun making it and there's so much in it, even down to the small details like Trucker Joe, the homages to earlier MM games (or other Capcom games), burning the foliage, the hidden stuff, the Famicom in the Junk Factory. Some of the stages are beautiful

MM8, now that has some of the worst voice acting in video game history and some things that can really annoy people. Music is much better though. A few stages are interesting but a lot fail (snowboarding stage for example. The 2nd scrolling shooter segment) and the voice acting gets annoying for bosses (e.g. Clown Man). Most bosses are crappy to grating (Search Man, Sword Man are the most tolerable) though it pales to Flame Hyenard from MMX7. They did try some cool things with the bosses (Search Man's hiding behind the bushes). BTW, the Saturn version is the full version, the original platform; the PS1 version is a port with less features (missing Wood Man, Cutman, crappier Tengu Man stage track). MM8 isn't an abomination, but it's a decent game with an ugly looking Mega Man and some incredibly annoying elements that drag down the entire gaming experience. Gotta love Dr. Light's lines though (Dr. Wawy. Love it. He sounds like George Carlin with a mouth full of marbles).
3 years ago#9
Ok, I'll give MM7 another try. I never noticed the Famicom in the factory.


BTW I remember you! You were the guy with interesting theories about Link's Awakening!
*fr sent*
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3 years ago#10
zoogelio posted...
Give MM7 a chance. Just don't play it right after playing any MMX game. I was in the 8-bit only camp for Mega Man classic and was put off by it (because I had just played MMX1 or 2) but I revisited it earlier this year and absolutely loved it. It's now among my top favorites. You can just tell they had fun making it and there's so much in it, even down to the small details like Trucker Joe, the homages to earlier MM games (or other Capcom games), burning the foliage, the hidden stuff, the Famicom in the Junk Factory. Some of the stages are beautiful


Yeah MM7 has a lot going for it. Its biggest problem is that it feels like it tried too hard to be an X game without using all the X features (like dash and wall jump). So if you play it after an X game it feels like wtf. That and Wily is just too hard. It's got a lot of cool stuff in terms of art, content and Easter Eggs though.

MM8, now that has some of the worst voice acting in video game history and some things that can really annoy people. Music is much better though. A few stages are interesting but a lot fail (snowboarding stage for example. The 2nd scrolling shooter segment) and the voice acting gets annoying for bosses (e.g. Clown Man). Most bosses are crappy to grating (Search Man, Sword Man are the most tolerable) though it pales to Flame Hyenard from MMX7. They did try some cool things with the bosses (Search Man's hiding behind the bushes). BTW, the Saturn version is the full version, the original platform; the PS1 version is a port with less features (missing Wood Man, Cutman, crappier Tengu Man stage track). MM8 isn't an abomination, but it's a decent game with an ugly looking Mega Man and some incredibly annoying elements that drag down the entire gaming experience. Gotta love Dr. Light's lines though (Dr. Wawy. Love it. He sounds like George Carlin with a mouth full of marbles).


I actually really love MM8. A lot of stuff in it is really cool; especially the weapons and the ways you can use them (use Astro Crash in places that look like they have breakable walls/ceilings/floors). The voice acting, to me, is so bad that it's hilarious. YOU MUSS COWEK AWW DE ENUGY IMMEDALLY, W... MEGA MAN!
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