Submitted by Cyrus365 1853d ago | review

NWR: Mega Man Zero Collection Review

NWR writes: "I consider myself something of a Mega Man expert. I have played and beaten most of the Mega Man and Mega Man X games, and even most of the uber-difficult Game Boy Mega Man games. These are not minor accomplishments in the pantheon of gaming, friends! One series I’d never touched, though, is Mega Man Zero, a series of four games on the GBA, meant to be a continuation of the Mega Man X games. I just never got around to playing these, but have always wanted to. Friends had warned me that the MMZ games were brutally difficult, even for Mega-fans, but I brushed off those warnings. This was a foolish thing to do, because MMZ is stupid hard, and only for the most masochistic of Mega Man junkies." (Mega Man Zero Collection, Nintendo DS) 8/10

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