The Mega Man franchise was highly successful on the NES, but after six games, series co-creator Keiji Inafune decided it was time for a change. With the new SNES at his disposal, it was time for a new kind of Mega Man experience. Originally launched in 1993, Mega Man X was the start of a new era for the Blue Bomber. Capcom recently brought the classic title to Wii U Virtual Console for a whole new generation of gamers. So how does Mega Man X hold up nearly two decades later?