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#1 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -

has anyone else played it at all? I beat every single level (regular AND the 100 bonus levels) with my brother.  Do you like this game? Why? Who is your favorite enemy to face? Which do you think is the most annoying?

#2 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -

Amsterdam surely.

#3 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -

What about woodman? Or hardman? I think I'd like those.

#4 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -

Megaman games are known for legendary sound.  This one better follow suit.  That's part of what brings so many people into it :D

#5 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -

I had megaman for the game boy as a young'un, but I could never beat a level.  I got to the boss stage ONE time and I was so proud.  Now I play megaman 1 and 2 usually, and I'm really excited for 9

#6 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -

it depends on what you're talking about.  The X series is okay, and the zero series is okay, but the battle network is horrible.

#7 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -

I dugg it already.

#8 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -
Wolverine said:
"Sid Meier name on games is like Tom Clancy in a way, it basically says that the game is quality."
Except that Tom Clancy doesn't always remind me of quality :P
#9 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -
Moose205 said:
"I like Milo's hamburgers and Cheesecake Factory hamburgers.
"
really? that doesn't seem like it would be the best place to get a hamburger.  Weird, man.
#10 Posted by Foil1212 (470 posts) -
packster said:
"Doesnt really matter I guess, but do you see

Shigeru Miyamoto's Super Mario Galaxy?

:P"
No, but you DO see "Mario" which is pretty much the same thing.  As someone above said, if you saw "Pirates" in a store, would you get it? Maybe, probably not. If you saw "Sid Meier's" pirates, would you get it?  Probably.  Mario isn't a good comparison.  Mario is a big name whereas stuff like "Pirates" and "Golf" are generic games, that haven't been previously branded by a character.  The only brand they can really apply to it to make it sell is "Sid Meier."  Makes total sense if you think about it.