The next generation is here, and Mega Man X7 is looking to innovate…badly.
Today I continue the Mega Mega Man Marathon with a review of Mega Man 10.
With Wily presumed dead, Dr. Cossack emerges from the shadows to take his place. Today we review Mega Man 4.
12 years after the release of Mega Man 8, Mega Man 9 launched promising to usher in a new era for the Blue Bomber.
The end of an era. The last hurrah.
Eight more Robot Master have gone rogue just before the global peacekeeper ‘Gamma’ is operational. It is up to the Blue Bomber to stop them before it’s too late.
The 16-bit era is dead. Long live 32-bit. Time to look at Mega Man 8, possibly one of the most contentious games of all time.
Dr. Wily is up to no good. Once more Megaman must suit up and foil his dastardly plans.
Mega Man leaps to 16-bit in an attempt to reinvigorate itself after a long life on the NES. Does it succeed?
We finally make it to the Black Sheep of the NES era – but is this incredibly divisive game worth playing?