Megaman X3 is possibly the best Megaman game every made.
Welcome back to part 3 of my Megaman X series review. The first two installments of the Megaman X franchise were very good, and even though X2 wasn’t as good as the original it is still one of the better Megaman X games. Now it’s time for Megaman X3.
When we last saw X and Zero they had successfully defeated Sigma, and once again thought they had restored peace to the Reploid Race. Even with Sigma’s fall, Maverick activity still seems to be on the rise. After some time a doctor named Doppler makes a new technology that stops Reploids form rebelling and becoming Mavericks. Suddenly after months of peace, Reploids one by one started turning into Mavericks once again. After an attack at Hunter Headquarters X and Zero are able to pin point that the attack commands are order by Dr. Doppler himself.
Megaman X2 is a solid Megaman title, but not as memorable as the original.
It’s now time for part two of the extremely long series of reviews for the Megaman X franchise. Now after a perfect score on Megaman X, let’s find out if the sequel can live up to its predecessor.
Megaman X2 takes place six months after the events in X1, and not much has changed on the war between Reploids and Mavericks. X has now become the leader of the Maverick Hunters after the death of Zero, and X is on his way to a Reploid factory after tracking a Maverick there. Soon after he destroys all of the Mavericks in the factory he is contacted by a group of Mavericks that call themselves the X-hunters. They tell X that they have all of Zero’s parts, and to get them back he will have to find them within one of eight Maverick locations, and defeat all three of them. Continue reading
Megaman X Review, a classic SNES title that everyone should own.
There aren’t a lot of games coming out in the gaming world right now. I’ve found myself playing one of my favorite classic series, the Megaman X series. So I have decided to review every last Megaman X game, starting with the original Megaman X
In the late 80’s and early 90’s the Megaman franchise was getting a little stale. After six stellar games on the NES, fans started getting sick of the repetition, and wanted something new from their favorite blue bomber. Capcom decided that when they would bring Megaman into the 16 bit era, that they would do it in a whole new way.
There are four reasons why the X series is my favorite, gameplay, upgrade capsules, story, and music. Each one of these elements is why the X series became so special to me, and I am going to be talking about them a lot in this ten part series. That’s right, there are eight Megaman X games, with three spin off titles based on the X universe. So let’s take a look at the first title, Megaman X.