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|Game Name:||Mega Man 2||Genre:||Platformer|
|Do your best to defeat the infamous Dr. Wily in Mega Man 2. This 1989 Nintendo Entertainment System platform game builds on the gameplay of its predecessor while adding several new game enhancements. Mega Man 2 includes an innovative password system. You can bypass the Robot Masters you have already beaten. Each time you finish a level, you get a new password, which allows you to start at the beginning of the next stage. You can even heal your character with the Energy Tank. Sealed copies are still popular with collectors. It should work with many NES clone consoles as well. You could always pop it in for another shot at Dr. Wily.The best part is that you can play Megaman 2 whether or not you've played the other games in the series. The controls are intuitive, so you can just pick this game up and play. It's more fun than ever to improve your Nintendo rating. Wily will have plenty of opponents for you no matter what stage you decide to start on.Megaman 2 on the NES features English text and instructions and plays natively on American systems. This NES release features special North American box art, which isn't available anywhere else but on this product. The fact that Capcom decided to use radically different art for the Nintendo box makes Megaman 2 a unique addition to your NES collection. You might want to display your Mega Man game facing front so you can admire the painting on the cover.The story in the second of the Mega Man games is just as unique. Rather than simply playing games with the Blue Bomber, Wily has resurrected an army of evil robots to go after him. Light tells him that he needs to go after these new adversaries not seen in other games. He'll face Bubble Man, Quick Man, Air Man, Metal Man, Crash Man, Flash Man, Wood Man, and Heat Man.When you start a new game, you can head to whatever stage in Mega Man 2 you'd like to. Even if you don't have a password, you could still select whichever stage you want. The screen will flash after you press start and will give you an NES stage select menu. The stage select function will ensure you'll have fun with this Capcom game for a long time. If you want to enjoy all the arcade action on stage 2, then you're allowed to select it first. It also means you can pick up a game of Mega Man at any time.You can also head back to the first stage after you've defeated Wily for another shot at him. Perhaps you've been collecting Nintendo cartridges for a long time. On the other hand, Mega Man 2 might be your first game. In either case, you'll be sure to play this NES cartridge even when you have hundreds of them. Mega Man is one of the retro series that built the Nintendo platform. It certainly deserves a spot in your collection of games.|
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A Classic Indeed!
I have a lot of fond memories from the early days of the NES, but few are as fond as those of Mega Man 2. Mega Man 2 was one of the first truly eye-opening games on the NES in the departments of graphics and gameplay. Add to that, one of the best soundtracks of all time, and you practically have an instant classic. Although the difficulty was toned down immensely from the first Mega Man game, MM2 still surpasses its predecessor in almost every way, shape, and form. GRAPHICS: I remember when I first saw this game, I thought the graphics were the most amazing I had ever seen. Looking at it now, years later, I can see where they may not be quite as good as I'd once thought, but they are still excellent, nonetheless. Mega Man 2 uses bold, bright colors, which is common among NES Capcom games, and a wide variety of settings and enemies. The enemies all look very colorful and well-drawn. Some bosses are absolutely huge! This was one of the first NES games I know of to use bosses that took up large portions of the screen. Later NES games did this, too, but none really looked as good as the big baddies of MM2. The backgrounds are also very colorful, and always fit the theme of each boss's level. For example, lights flash in the Flash Man stage. There's lava and hot colors used in the Heat Man stage. Wood Man lives in a forest of green and brown. The game has a "cartoonish" look that almost seems like a direct cross between anime and Disney. The only down side is that there are some areas that lack the detail of others. The Skull Castle interiors are a little boring compared to the other areas in the game. But it's easily forgivable when you look at everything else that's there. SOUND: Mega Man 2, undoubtedly, has one of the best soundtracks of all of the NES Mega Man games. At least three of its songs are on my all-time favorites list of video game music. The overall "tone" of this game's music sounds a little different from the other NES MM games. The tunes drive fast and have a good beat, and they are quite memorable. The first Skull Castle (Dr. Wily) theme is one of the best videogame songs I've ever heard. I only have one major complaint in the music department and that is the music for the second half of Skull Castle is really bland compared to everything else. The sound effects are all very good, too. They're essentially the same as the first Mega Man game, and they keep consistent throughout the series. Overall, I think Mega Man 2 deserves the title of "classic". It's probably my second-favorite of the NES Mega Man games. (My first favorite is MM3, which is longer and slightly more challenging.) If you're looking for fast action, wide variety of levels, great graphics, and excellent sound, then check this game out! And if you've never played a Mega Man game before, this is a good place to start.
A perfect introduction into the Mega Man series.
Mega Man is a franchise that does not need introduction. Everyone knows about the blue bomber and the onslaught of robot bosses he has slain. Therefore, the mechanics of the game's control and feel do not need to be explained, because nearly everyone knows about them. But if you don't, just hear me out - they're perfect and you can gain different abilities (eight or more) throughout the game. The Mega Man series, especially on the NES, is one that many people now-a-days have a hard time getting into because of the steep skill level curve. In Mega Man 2, I feel like this is not an issue. The first Mega Man game I ever played was Mega Man 3, followed by Mega Man 6, and then Mega Man 8 on the PS1. Mega Man 3 and 6 are very difficult games. When I finally played Mega Man 2, I was astounded at the sheer ease of the game. Compared to other Mega Man entries, this one is a breeze. So if you've been looking at giving the NES Mega Man games a shot, but you're afraid of being killed again and again and again, grab this one first. It won't disappoint and it'll provide a good stepping stone to the rest of the games! -Nightowljrm (aka nightwishjrm)
Five console generations later and it's still great
I first played Megaman 2 way back in 1989 when it first came out for the NES. My first impression was that this one of the best games ever. 20 years on it's still amazing. It has the elements of every great Megaman game: Great bosses, secrets, power-ups, and an incredible musical score for an 8-bit game. Megaman 2 is fun but it's a challenge to be sure. It's one of the most memorable games of all time for these reasons, and at the time it was a new thing to have a password system, which is great because you can't save your progress. If you're reading this, obviously you don't know how revered this game is. This game is a must-have classic for all retro gamers and all fans of Megaman.
Still Holds Up After 30 Years!
Mega Man 2 for the NES is one of those classic games from your childhood actually holds up pretty well. The music in this game is absolutely legendary! The game-play is highly addictive and you won't want to put it down until you've beaten the game. I would rank it among the top 5 titles for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
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Top 10 Nes game sequels
Gameplay 10 Graphics 9 Sound 10 Value 10 Tilt 8 * Difficulty: Just Right * Learning Curve: 0 to 30 Minutes * Time Spent: 40 to 100 Hours If you want to play a flawless game for the NES, then Mega Man 2 is your match. It is the golden gem that spawned many sequels. It has the perfect game play that you would not expect after playing the original Mega Man. It was huge step up from the original that made it one of the best sequels ever released in video game history It is a platformer/action game where you control the boy robot, Mega Man. You are sent out on a quest to defeat the eight Robot Masters. Mega Man gains the signature weapon of each Robot Master after defeating him. The Robot Masters have weaknesses to the weapons of certain other Robot Masters; therefore, choosing the order in which the levels are played is a vital component of the game play. The stages are awesome, but the game play was not the reason why Mega Man 2 is one of the greatest games of all time. The soundtrack is the best video game music ever composed for any game. The music in these levels are legendary and it is very close, if not the closest, to the top of the video game soundtrack world. Mega Man 2 added its own conventions, which made it the base of the series. If you did not have the chance in your childhood to play this classic (and I am sorry for you), then go out there and get it somehow and play the masterpiece that will always have a place in the history books.