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Review: Mega Man 10

  Finally, we have the most recent installment in the original Mega Man series, Mega Man 10. After the success of MM9, it was decided to follow up the game with a sequel. Like it’s predecessor, MM10...

Review: Mega Man 9

As my week of vacation comes to a close, I bring you the next installment in the original Mega Man series; Mega Man 9. This game was released nearly a decade after Mega Man &...

Review: Mega Man & Bass

Next up in the series, we have Mega Man & Bass. This is a title that was originally released in Japan on the SNES, but didn’t see the light of day in the USA for many years...

Review: Mega Man 8

Finally, we come to the last game on the Mega Man Anniversary Collection; Mega Man 8. Originally released for the Sony Playstation and later, the Sega Saturn, Mega Man 8 represents the first 32-bit title...

Review: Mega Man 7

I was originally going to put my marathon of Mega Man games on hold for a while, and continue to hang with other 8-bit games for a bit. But, considering that it’s Mega Man’s 25...

Review: Mega Man 6

The final Mega Man game for the original NES. It’s important to realize that while Rock Man was still very popular in Japan, the sales of Mega Man 5 in the US were disappointing. In...

Review: Mega Man 5

So here we are, Mega Man 5. At this point, the series has jumped the shark. Five games, the exact same format. However, there are some little additions that keep things from becoming a complete...

Review: Mega Man 4

Mega Man 4 (or IV – depending on if you believe the box or the in-game start screen) marks a turning point for the series. By many, this game is considered to be the last GOOD Mega...

Review: Mega Man 3

Onward to the next installment of the Mega Man series, and what might be the most popular. At first glance, Mega Man 3 might seem like just more of the same. Which is partially true,...

Review: Mega Man 2

While I had the disc in, I figured now is as good a time as any to play through the remaining 8-bit Mega Man titles. So, the next stop on the list is the aptly...