THE BAD: It's easy compared to other Mega Man games.
SUMMARY: Difficulty: Easy
First of all I don't understand SummonerSupreme's review. How is "Same gameplay from the previous games" a bad thing? Huh why? Anyway this game is pretty good for a NES game. This game is longer than most Mega Man games since you fight Mega Man 2 bosses after you beat the first 8 bosses.
I reccomend this game to anyone who's a Mega Man fan. I don't reccomend this game to anyone who is looking for a challenge. This game can easily be found on the Mega Man Anniversary Collection for the Playstation 2 or the GameCube. I suggest buying it if you like Mega Man games and if you're a Mega Man fan.
THE BAD: Same gameplay as previous titles in the series. Way too easy.
SUMMARY: After making the second title insanely hard at times, Capcom really let up on the difficulty in this title. The gameplay's the same as before-make your way through 8 stages, beat the bosses and get their weapons, finally send Dr. Wily packing yet again. This time, however, Megaman gets a new ally-Rush, a robotic dog who can give Megaman extra jump power, act as a submarine, or even a jet plane! Megaman can now also slide to get through tight spots. The first thing you'll eventually notice is that this game seems rather easy-unlike almost every other Megaman title, you can probably beat this one in just an hour or two. Additionally, almost every weapon works on every boss, which greatly diminishes the challenge of previous titles (especially MM2). Graphics & sound are solid, but don't really improve on the earlier titles. This game is only for those MM fans who either need every...