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Mega Man Legacy Collection / ロックマン クラシックス コレクション

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Mega Man Legacy Collection is a celebration of the 8-bit history of Capcom’s iconic Blue Bomber. Featuring faithful reproductions of the series’ origins with the original six Mega Man games, the Legacy Collection will remind long-time fans and introduce newcomers to what made Mega Man such a popular and iconic character. Mega Man Legacy Collection will feature all six games and more!

In addition to the six Mega Man games, Mega Man Legacy Collection features new ways to experience the classic games with the Museum Mode and new Challenge Mode. Challenge Mode remixes gameplay segments from all six games, with plenty of scaling difficulty objectives for experienced players to conquer yet serving as a good starting point for new players, too. Museum Mode contains a comprehensive collection of history, high-res art and original concept pieces – a mega treat for any fan of Mega Man and video game history.

  • Six classic games in one – Play a piece of video game history with the original six Mega Man games and experience the origins of the classic series.
  • 8-bit style with HD flair – The games retain their retro 8-bit style with an added HD finish, giving a crisp, clean look to the charming, classic sprites.
  • Challenge remix mode for new and veteran players – The robust new Challenge Mode remixes gameplay from all six games for a new type of challenge. It provides both increasingly difficult trials for experienced players and also teaches newcomers to become familiar with the style of the games and tackle some of the trickier areas.
  • Museum of the era – The Museum Mode features a massive repository of history and art collected from the era of the games in this collection. Take a look back at the history of Mega Man with loads of information, high-res art, concept pieces, sketches and more in the Museum.
  • Developed with an all-new engine – Using the newly developed Eclipse Engine, Capcom and Digital Eclipse are able to archive these six pieces of video game history with faithful reproductions of the originals for a new generation of gamers.
  • Leaderboards and video replays – Fans will be able to watch video replays of the top players on the leaderboards, showcasing a whole new generation of Mega Man talent!
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Capcom U.S.A., Inc.
Digital Eclipse
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 Home 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6600 @ 2.40GHz (2 CPUs), ~2.4GHz
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series, Nvidia GeForce 8800GT or greater
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 379 MB available space
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Mega Man Legacy Collection / ロックマン クラシックス コレクション reviews and comments

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In this Collection, the Word "Heritage" was taken very literally: It is exclusively 1:1 emulations of the NES games Mega Man 1-6. And they have their advantages and Disadvantages. First of all, the whole Flickering and Jerking of the NES can also be found here, including all Slowdowns and sprite flickers. The fact that one has not Bothered to switch off this "Feature" afterwards is basically unpleasant. For the normal Games, a Database with a few Information about all Figuren/opponents in the Game was installed. This is a nice Bonus. The Advantage of the 1:1 emulation is that you have a very authentic NES experience. ;) You probably don't have to lose a lot of Words about the games per Turkey: Mega Man 1 is just the Forefather, where you constantly have the feeling that Mega You have Oil under your Shoes, because he slips back and forth well on his own. Here is the Magnet Beam, a very useful Item-but from Part 2 it is abolished ... Mega Man 2 is my personal Favorite and overall the Game with the fewest unfair Spots-but here, too, there are some. And also the Slowdowns etc. Nevertheless, the Game has some very nice Stages and a very good Soundtrack! Mega Man 3 is top of the list for many other People. The NES OFT IS or has been overwhelmed, which also affects Playability. For the first Time there was the slip function as well as Rush (Dog) as an Aide. In any Case, one of the better MM representatives and also a good Soundtrack! The exaggerated into the Lengths of the Game content Collides uncomfortably towards the End. The Rush Jet is still overly helpful with MM3-this was, of course, neutered from Part 4 ... MM4 also runs a bit in length at the End and also becomes RIGHT difficult. Generally imo rather many nerve stages. Those who collect Letters in the individual Stages will receive a special additional item. MM5 is even further on a falling Branch than MM4 has hinted. I would never play it again. MM6 first starts really difficult, but then towards the End it becomes a bit more feasible in Terms of Bosses. It also seemed to me that there were more Energy Tanks in the Stages than of the Predecessors. Nevertheless: Not an Experience you want to reproduce. On its own, each of the Games is the Birth of Hell in terms of the Degree of difficulty (especially from today's Point of view)-wouldn't there be the storage store store function! This will greatly defuse a lot of things; Just like an Emulator. In addition to the Full Versions of the Games, there is also a challenge mode in Which You have to survive certain Bosses or complete Level sections under time pressure in a varied sequence, if you want to collect gold/silver/bronze medals. For the Whole thing, however, the PC-/STEAM version makes a Dash through the Bill: Since the release, there has been a Bug that has not been fixed to this day: As soon as you click on the Leaderboard, the Game crashes. Always. Finally, I would like to say that this "Collection" is a bit cheeky. On the one hand, Some Parts are missing (7, X, X2, etc.) and on the other Hand, you have to live with unprocessed primal Versions of a Series of games that have been suffering greatly from innovation poverty since the second Part. Extreme Mega-Man fetishists and Friends of well-groomed Self-rape can access, everyone else should get hold Of Shovel Knight or the like.
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