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Another 8-bit Revival Done Right: Bright Hub Reviews Mega Man 10

After six NES games, one 16-bit near-misstep (two if you count the previously Japan-only Mega Man and Bass when it hit the Game Boy Advance) and a 32-bit total meltdown the return to 8-bit style for number nine proved to be a hit, and number ten is just as good as the reasons herein will attest.

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cyguration3110d ago

had a tough time trying to get into Mega Man. The games were so hard.

I find it kind of funny that Capcom returned to the classic gameplay formula sort of what Sega's about to do with Sonic.