THE GOOD: Enhanced graphics & sound. Solid gameplay.
THE BAD: Extremely complicated passwords. Difficulty level is too high. Same old tired Mega Man storyline.
SUMMARY: The Blue Bomber first made the jump from NES to SNES in time for this, the 7th installment in the Mega Man series, and right away the differences between 8-bit and 16-bit are obvious. Compared to the previous MM titles, the graphics are so much better since the SNES can handle much more than the NES ever could. Backgrounds, enemies, characters, everything has much more detail with no slowdown or flicker whatsoever. Sounds & music are also enhanced, but overall are not as good as the NES versions were-the music just doesn't seem that appropriate for each stage, and too much keyboard/synthesizers in the background. The Sound FX themselves sound weak compared to the NES effects. Controls are about the same as previous titles, but do make some use of the SNES' extra buttons for moves like sliding and charging up weapons. For ...
Secrects to uncover. Mega Man can even get Proto Man's sheild!
Some decent music
THE BAD: The final boss may be futurating the first time around
Some of the music ain't that good.
SUMMARY: Difficulty: Hard
This is the best Mega Man game in the original series. Even better than Mega Man 8. This game has some cool music and some sucky music. Now as a said before this game has final boss that's annoying and takes some stragety to beat. But once you figure it out you'll be able to beat him.
Mega Man fans please buy this game for the SNES. Or if you find it for the SNES just buy the Mega Man Anniversary Collection. This game is included on it.