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2 years ago#491
darylyan680 posted...
These are what I loved about Starforce over BN and BN over Starforce:



Starforce has no chip codes like BN series, so it's easier for program advances
SF has favorite cards, make it easier for selections while BN only limits it to same letter choice/chip
Collecting battle chips/cards in SF are more easy in SF due to no chip letter
SF 2 has wave commands (in the US version) that can pretty much make the game broken.
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2 years ago#492
man, I'd rather have a portable version of MegaMan Network Transmission :D

it's like the classic platformer, but you can use chips and there's custom gauge!
don't you just wanna dodge Bass' Buster Rake, platforming style xD
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2 years ago#493
Transmission was for Gamecube right? I never played Transmission but I knew that Zero had an exe counterpart Zero.exe
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2 years ago#494
darylyan680 posted...
darylyan680 posted...
These are what I loved about Starforce over BN and BN over Starforce:



Starforce has no chip codes like BN series
Collecting battle chips/cards in SF are more easy in SF due to no chip letter
SF 2 has wave commands (in the US version) that can pretty much make the game broken.


that's not all, remember the Noise system in MMSF3?
not only accessing the higher Server grants you broken-butt cards, but also if you completed a battle with >200% noise, you'll get an entirely random card.

I got the Corvus GigaCard shortly after the Noise system is available, and then some v3 cards xD
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2 years ago#495
darylyan680 posted...
Transmission was for Gamecube right? I never played Transmission but I knew that Zero had an exe counterpart Zero.exe


something about the GBA MMZ Zero and the MMBN Zero bugged me...

http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100601214347/megaman/images/thumb/c/c2/X2_zero.jpg/220px-X2_zero.jpg

it's missing teh blue manboobs! :DD
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2 years ago#496
ZeoPamaster posted...
darylyan680 posted...
darylyan680 posted...
These are what I loved about Starforce over BN and BN over Starforce:



Starforce has no chip codes like BN series
Collecting battle chips/cards in SF are more easy in SF due to no chip letter
SF 2 has wave commands (in the US version) that can pretty much make the game broken.


that's not all, remember the Noise system in MMSF3?
not only accessing the higher Server grants you broken-butt cards, but also if you completed a battle with >200% noise, you'll get an entirely random card.

I got the Corvus GigaCard shortly after the Noise system is available, and then some v3 cards xD


I liked SF 3 the best, but due to lack of guides, I couldn't complete the Library collection like I did with SF 1 & 2.
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2 years ago#497
Spam to 500!
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2 years ago#498
whaa..?! :O
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2 years ago#499
sudden surge!
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2 years ago#500
!!
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