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NOTE: This review was written by me years ago, but it's never been posted on GB, so enjoy!***************Capcom has been in “remake heaven” as of late. Maverick Hunter X is one of several series of games that Capcom decided to revisit for the benefit of old-school gamers, and possibly for those who missed out on a majority of Capcom’s great titles back in the 80s and 90s. Both MHX and Mega Man Powered Up are great games to play, but MMPU has more value and is generally a better game than MHX. MH...
Maverick Hunter X (MHX from now on) is a great package for several reasons. It upholds the standards of Megaman games of the past, from controls, to boss battles, and music. But it does so in a very unique fashion. Instead of appealing to just the longtime fans who followed the Blue Bomber since 1987, Capcom did the smart thing and also catered the game to newer players who aren't familiar with the rich history of the franchise. In short, there's a little bit of everything for everyone in this M...
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