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Overview

Promotional artwork

Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters was released for the arcade in 1996. It is a spin-off of the Mega Man franchise, and the sequel to Mega Man: The Power Battle. The game was developed and published by Capcom. It was later released on GameTap in 2006. The game was also part of the Mega Man Anniversary Collection for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube. Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters and Mega Man: The Power Battle were both released in Rockman: Power Battle Fighters for the PlayStation 2. The game's story is quite simple; it involves Dr. Wily resurrecting his old Robot Masters and wreaking havoc.

Gameplay

Each stage is a match between Mega Man and a Robot Master.

Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters has four playable characters. The three characters from Mega Man: The Power Battle (Mega Man, Proto Man, and Bass) make a return, as well as one addition: Duo. Again, the game has a two-player mode (although only one of the two gets the Robot Master's weapon). As in Mega Man: The Power Battle, there are three paths that can be taken, each with different bosses and power-ups. The three paths are: searching for Dr. Wily, going to save Roll, or recovering stolen parts. Unlike the previous game, Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters allows players to select which Robot Master they wish to fight next.

The game also has several other new features. One such is the ability to perform a special move. Each character has one, that is activated by releasing a fully charged shot while holding up on the joystick. Mega Man has the special move Mega Upper, which is a powerful uppercut. Proto Man has Proto Strike, a powerful energy blast. Bass has Crescent Kick, which is a rotating kick. Duo does an uppercut like Mega Man, but if the button is quickly pressed again, then Duo jumps up and slams the enemy to the ground.

Soundtrack

The soundtrack.

The soundtrack for Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters was released on September 21, 1996. It was called Rockman 2: The Power Fighters.

  1. Opening
  2. Player Select
  3. Course Select
  4. Vs. - Stage Start
  5. Plant Man
  6. Bubble Man
  7. Heat Man
  8. Gyro Man
  9. Centaur Man
  10. Shadow Man
  11. Stage Clear
  12. Get Weapon
  13. Cut Man
  14. Dive Man
  15. Stone Man
  16. Roll Rescue
  17. Elec Man
  18. Shade Man
  19. Slash Man
  20. Ranking
  21. Napalm Man
  22. Gemini Man
  23. Guts Man
  24. Reclaiming of the Neo Parts
  25. Air Man
  26. Quick Man
  27. Pharaoh Man
  28. Vs. - Wily
  29. Mad Grinder
  30. Yellow Devil
  31. Mecha Dragon
  32. Wily Machine
  33. WIly Capsule
  34. Continue
  35. Game Over
  36. Escape
  37. Rockman: Ending 1
  38. Rockman: Ending 2
  39. Blues: Ending
  40. Forte: Ending 1
  41. Forte: Ending 2
  42. Duo: Ending 1
  43. Duo: Ending 2
  44. S.E. Collection

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