So this is it for Mega Man

#61Lord ZhouYuPosted 12/31/2012 7:08:29 AM
I don't like MM9 or MM10 at all. Megaman isn't about difficulty and (faux)retro-graphics, it's about Megaman. Each original series game got better and better, peaking at about MM8/MM&Bass, then they turned it into 9 and 10.

Secondly,

n00bsaib0t posted...
From: Inafking | #004
Name me one digital game that has production value and it's one that is also released on disk.

Mortal Kombat (2011)
Marvel vs Capcom 2
Street Fighter III Third Strike
Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition
Resident Evil Code Veronica X
Resident Evil 4
Resident Evil 5
Resident Evil 6
Little Big Planet
Infamous
Assassin's Creed III

Any other stupid questions?


I'm no expert on modern games, but Marvel vs Capcom 2 was available on disc for a long time, and I'm pretty sure Assassin's Creed III is available on disc. Resident Evil 4 or 5 for sure as well. Inafking's original point is sound.
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#62kakarotozeroPosted 12/31/2012 7:11:21 AM
megaman 8 and 9 were ok for the nostalgia

but in this new era with powerful machines like the ps3 and xbox, why not a game that take advantage of that kind of capacities

I post some time ago, that this new game is good but why not a proper sequel and a lot of people attack me saying that is not necessary or why the complaint, but why one should get used to a trash, which may can be better

for me one of the best megaman games was megaman x8

I read in some place that megaman is dead, since capcom will not release any new game since the franchise is not profitable
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#63bassyuraPosted 1/1/2013 3:49:09 PM
kakarotozero posted...
megaman 8 and 9 were ok for the nostalgia

You must mean 9 and 10. MM8 was like 7, classic MM released on a modern console with updated graphics but didn't do nearly as poorly as MM7.

MMX7 was also like 7, almost did as poorly if not worst.

Mega man is his platforming, not mega man. you can replace megaman with touhou or street fighter characters and its still a mega man game. I can't replace Lan with Jaden from Yugioh and still call it a Mega man game.
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#64Dark_SilverXPosted 1/1/2013 3:59:12 PM
n00bsaib0t posted...
From: xerostarr83 | #209
I'd love to see a new MM series that attempts to bring in some massive rpg elements as in the newer fallout and elderscrolls games personally (one of the control schemes in Legends 2 was pretty close to Fallout 3 assuming you were running it in 3rd person). Maybe throw on a new 8bit game as an unlockable after clearing the main storyline or something (similar to ZX Advent or the original Metroid thrown on the Gamecube version).

I'd be happy with some new games that played like NT Warrior personally. Mega Man needs to stay in the realm of 2D side scrolling unless its Legends. The standard games shouldn't deviate from the 2D method, just look at how X 7 turned out.


There was no Mega Man game by the name of ''NT Warrior''

X7 was a good game. The people complaining about it doesn't know how to play it.

i also chuckle at the people who complain about Sonic 06
Sonic 06 was also decent, but people cry about that game for dumb reasons. The only flaw X7 had was X not being playable in the beginning.

Only major flaws of Sonic 06 was the Silver fights, and the load times.

06 > SA2
X7 > X8

We need a new MM game based on X7's engine. Capcom can polish the engine up and make it even more enjoyable. The reason MM is dead is because people are tired of the 8bit side scrolling rehashes.

If Capcom wants to make money off Mega, then they need to change the series up like how they did with Resident Evil, and Street Fighter.
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#65bassyuraPosted 1/1/2013 4:39:03 PM(edited)
you right, I sux at playing MMX7 because wallkicking on Flame Hyenard stage was spot on. It must've been my controller or something. I also might have been distracted by all the "BUUR-BUR-BURN TO THE GROUND-WOOO-BURN!!" Kappa

RE and SF haven't changed at all. RE is still a TPS and SF is still a 2D fighter. When SF does well off the 2D plane like KOF:2006/MI/RA, then we might have something new.

Capcom doesn't need the RE/SF labels because we have games like Dead Rising, Power Stone and Rival Schools
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#66Splatterhouse5Posted 1/1/2013 4:46:06 PM
Dark_SilverX posted...
The only flaw X7 had was X not being playable in the beginning.


Another flaw was the power chip system. A total of 12 chips were necessary to all the abilities for one character, but there were only 16 at most available in a single run. This means it takes three playthroughs to max everyone out. You need to either spread the chips around before then, which feels unsatisfactory, or build up one character at a time, which works against the tag team mechanic.

Fortunately, both chip farming and character unlocking are avoided by starting a new game from a complete save. I did just that after clearing X8 and enjoyed X7 a lot more than I had previously.
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#67n00bsaib0tPosted 1/1/2013 8:27:57 PM
From: Dark_SilverX | #304
There was no Mega Man game by the name of ''NT Warrior''

Yeah NT warrior was the cartoon, I was thinking of Network Transmission.

X7 was a good game. The people complaining about it doesn't know how to play it.

I only 100%ed the damn game, clearly I don't know what the hell I'm talking about >_>

From: Lord ZhouYu | #301
I'm no expert on modern games, but Marvel vs Capcom 2 was available on disc for a long time, and I'm pretty sure Assassin's Creed III is available on disc. Resident Evil 4 or 5 for sure as well. Inafking's original point is sound.

He wanted people to name games released digitally AND on disc. I already had this argument on a previous page, maybe if you read the thread you wouldn't post crap like this.
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#68kakarotozeroPosted 1/2/2013 7:31:57 AM
bassyura posted...
kakarotozero posted...
megaman 8 and 9 were ok for the nostalgia

You must mean 9 and 10. MM8 was like 7, classic MM released on a modern console with updated graphics but didn't do nearly as poorly as MM7.


yes mm 9 and 10
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#69Dr4G0nZPosted 1/3/2013 12:34:31 PM(edited)
Inafking posted...
9 and 10 were shovelware garbage. Meant to be junk for junkies. Name me one digital game that has production value and it's one that is also released on disk.


Think about why games are released on disks instead of DD only for a second..

but just to list a few...

Torchlight 2 had decent production value.
League of Legends, pretty high production value though.
The Walking Dead, again, pretty high production value.
Natural Selection II
Planetside II, unless it's on disks on consoles.. doubt it would be.
Could play dirty and say Dark Souls: Prepare to Die edition. Probably released on disk...

...but who the hell buys PC games on disk anyways?

To be fair, I didn't really like SFxMM either, didn't feel that fun, but it wasn't even because it was a "DD game".

Also I can't understand how you thought Megaman 9/10 was bad. I guess 10 wasn't all that amazing, but 9 was great. You obviously don't like the NES MM games.
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#70GreatTroySenseiPosted 1/3/2013 11:34:23 PM(edited)
Lord ZhouYu posted...
Each original series game got better and better, peaking at about MM3, then they took a downturn with 4 - 6, and god knows what they turned it into with 7 and 8. Much later, 9 & 10 came along, and restored the balance.


Fixed that for you. Hyperbole, yes... but 7 and 8 are nearly at the bottom of any list of the 10 original series games. Better than 5 and 6 depending on who you ask, maybe.
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