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Mega Man Powered Up Member Review for the PSP

Tamkfan By:
Tamkfan
04/20/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Capcom 
DEVELOPER Capcom 
RELEASE DATE  
E Contains Cartoon Violence

What do these ratings mean?

Wow this is Mega Man 1 made a whole lot better. This game is more than just a remake! Capcom has really outdone themselves this time!

Aside from the classic Mega Man gameplay you can use the bosses and even Protoman and Roll! You choose from New Style Mode or Old Style Mode. New Style Mode has slightly different designs than the original Mega Man 1 had and 2 new bosses: Time Man and Oil Man. Old Style plays pretty much how the original Mega Man 1 played. Then their's Challenge Mode where you can play up to 100 missions! Some of them are pretty hard but keeps you coming back.

The graphics are great especially by PSP's standards. Everything is so detailed and generally looks great.

This game could easily be reccomend to anyone with a PSP or if you even remotely like platformers. This game is worth $50 but you only need to pay $30!


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