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ThePhoenix: Mega Man 9 Review

Playing Mega Man 9, you feel you've stepped through a wormhole and emerged in 1988 with an NES controller in your hand. Although it's an entirely new game, it's been built to eight-bit specifications, even appearing to lift visual and audio assets directly from the earliest games in the series. If you were a child of the 1980s, as I was, Mega Man 9 isn't just like reliving your childhood - it's as though your childhood had never ended.

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