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Well, it did.You'd think that 16 bit remakes of some of the best games in the Mega Man series would be a surefire hit, but I feel that they truly missed the mark. There's only one thing that this compilation does better than the original versions, and that thing is the graphics. Everything else is worse. Gameplay wise the game feels good, except for the shooting. In previous Mega Man games, the speed of your shooting was limited only by your ability to press the fire button quickly. In Wily War...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Perhaps one of Capcom’s best known series, Mega Man has graced almost every system. In fact, most major consoles can be guaranteed two things: a few Madden titles, and a few Mega Man games. Even Sega’s platforms have had their own Mega Man games, such as Mega Man for the Game Gear, and The Wily Wars for the Sega Genesis. While the Game Gear title was merely a semi-remake of Mega Man IV for the NES, The Wily War was a compilation of the three best Mega Man games on the NES, and possibly in the en...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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