Difference between revisions of "Mega Man II"

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===Good===
 
===Good===
* The graphics are colorful and well-drawn.
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* The graphics are colorful, well-drawn, and highly detailed for such a low resolution.
 
* The music is extremely good, some of the best for the platform.
 
* The music is extremely good, some of the best for the platform.
* The game is difficult without being unfair.
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* The game is difficult without being unfair and has a thankful difficulty setting for less die-hard players.
* The ending cut scenes and staff roll is fantastic.
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* The ending cut scenes and staff roll is a fantastic way to finish the game.
  
 
===Bad===
 
===Bad===
* The boss weapons are very unbalanced. For most of the game, you'll be using Metalman's weapon, while the weapon of Bubbleman has only two uses in the whole game.
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* The boss weapons are very unbalanced. For most of the game, you'll be using Metalman's weapon because it is not only versatile, but does a lot of damage to most enemies. Other weapons like Lead Bubble, has only two real uses in the whole game.
* Some of the jumping puzzles, where the platforms disappear, are extremely frustrating.
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* The disappearing platforms from the first game are back, and even worse than before. Luckily, the platforms make them a little easier to deal with.
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* Later in the game, you have to deal with a lot of instant-death spikes and pits which are a lame way of increasing difficulty.
  
 
===Ugly===
 
===Ugly===

Revision as of 13:10, 25 April 2017

Mega Man 2 is the sequel to Mega Man; it is an action platformer broken up into stages, each ending with a boss.

Status

I own this game and have beaten it on both normal and difficult skill levels.

Review

Overall: 9/10

Good

  • The graphics are colorful, well-drawn, and highly detailed for such a low resolution.
  • The music is extremely good, some of the best for the platform.
  • The game is difficult without being unfair and has a thankful difficulty setting for less die-hard players.
  • The ending cut scenes and staff roll is a fantastic way to finish the game.

Bad

  • The boss weapons are very unbalanced. For most of the game, you'll be using Metalman's weapon because it is not only versatile, but does a lot of damage to most enemies. Other weapons like Lead Bubble, has only two real uses in the whole game.
  • The disappearing platforms from the first game are back, and even worse than before. Luckily, the platforms make them a little easier to deal with.
  • Later in the game, you have to deal with a lot of instant-death spikes and pits which are a lame way of increasing difficulty.

Ugly

  • Nothing, this game rocks.

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