if you mean my opinion? well, it is a good update, and it adds the shop, also has mega man 3 robot masters... (Well, Duh.) and thats all i can say. its a good update. also, how did you get lvl 100's? i got bass to lvl 100 by wilys fortress, with bass and disco. and im leveling other robots by final destination II. And its also like grinding for screws!
Bonus Field is much better, as the multipliers are insanely high, which can amount to a lot of extra damage, which are then transferred in Experience Points. If you're lucky, you only need to do it two times. However, it does get tedious at times.
Also I meant Mega Man 3(the game). The one with Break Man and final boss who gets broken by useless weapon.
It's an OK strategy game. Not exactly my flavor of taste(Cause fruits and vegetables...plants?). I was actually hyped up for Garden Warfare, as it had a nice style of humor and seemed pretty fun to play with friends, but once I found it was only for Xbox One...I lost interest.
Posted on June 17th, 2014 at 4:04pmEdited on 2014/06/17 at 4:23pm
Posted 2014/06/17 at 4:04pmEdited 2014/06/17 at 4:23pm
im going to try that bonus field strategy. And it worked very well! you just use bass, mega man, or proto man and use field bonus to gain experieence + 2.0 until you get to 9.9, the you get 1.4 more then it stops.
I've barely played Mega Man 3, I mostly know stuff from Day in the Limelight 2, and that's not the most accurate source.I don't find myself listening to the music lots though, and only really remember Top Man's theme off the top of my head.
For me, I just like to play the Robot Master stages in most Mega Man games. When it comes to the Doc Robot part/Cossack Citadel/ Proto Castle/ Mr. X castle, I just skip it to before the Wily Castle. It's like filler in the Dragon Ball Z series, does nothing for the story and practically a waste of time.(Cept for 3, fighting Break Man is great!)
While I'm here, what did you guys think of Mega Man 7? I feel it's the black sheep of the Mega Man Classic series. I think most people just group it with 8, which is why they hold negative feelings to it.
Posted on June 17th, 2014 at 6:45pmEdited on 2014/06/17 at 6:48pm
Posted 2014/06/17 at 6:45pmEdited 2014/06/17 at 6:48pm
@MegaBossMan: Mega Man 7 was a great game, and I loved it more than the X series (FLAME SHIELD! ). It let you choose to grind on bolts, go without any upgrades, or find them with rush search! It also let special weapons have more use than destroying stuff, such as Freeze Cracker causing snow in Cloud Man's stage or Thunder Bolt turning on magnets in Junk Man's stage. It was the first game in the classic series to have a secret boss, and it was the only game to use the Super Adapter. The graphic style was pretty neat, and it did look better compared to Link to the Past and Super Mario World. Overall, Mega Man 7 was a great game.
Posted on June 17th, 2014 at 10:09pmEdited on 2014/06/17 at 10:14pm
Posted 2014/06/17 at 10:09pmEdited 2014/06/17 at 10:14pm
i actually have played mega man and bass and i havent played that in a while either. my opinions on mega man 5? it is ok. or "Bland". i would've rather seen mm5 being programed for a few more months and it could be better. also, have you heard of the jappanese board game like nes game, wily and light no paradise or something like that? it is like mario party, but with almost no minigames, and it's 8-bit.
Posted on June 18th, 2014 at 11:42amEdited on 2014/06/18 at 1:21pm
Posted 2014/06/18 at 11:42amEdited 2014/06/18 at 1:21pm
I played an English-text version of Rockman & Forte for the SNES which made playing it a lot easier due to no screencrunch that existed on the GBA release. It was an interesting playthrough with the map mechanics and the Superbolts. King was no joke as a boss. Mega Man 5 was very blah as a game to me. All the previous games introduced some new mechanic that altered gameplay....Mega Man 5 gave us Beat. Even Mega Man 6 gave us the new adapters which lead to the Super Adapter in Mega Man 7. MM5 was just....there.
Mega Man 5: It's bleh. No good weapons, and it felt worn-out. Mega Man 6 managed to reinvent the franchise, so that's good. I still hate the dual castles. Mega Man 5 just needed a new mechanic.
Mega Man and Bass is pretty good. I only like playing as Bass, because the game isn't meant for Mega Man. I like playing it on the DS though, because the screen crunch issue isn't fixed. Oh, get one of those things that connect the Game Boy Advance and Gamecube. I'm sure screen-crunching is fixed there.