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MetalGanado reviews Mega Man X (SNES)

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MetalGanado said...

One of the godly SNES titles, Mega Man X has always stood as an example of how to make a game shine with absolute quality. This game is not only one of the most intense rides ever with its wonderful movement system and unrelenting action, but innovative in its exploration within the stages to find upgrades that will become necessities in the end-game. Like the original series, the game is brutally difficult. It's difficulty differs from the original however, in that X and the bosses are both incredibly strong and efficient and can move and attack at a much faster, action-oriented pace. This makes the battles far more intense and stylish, contrasting with the basic nature of the original games. This game's boss-fights represent some of the best action design ever presented in a video game and their difficulty and heart-pumping intensity puts this down as one of the most thrilling games of all time. The stages admittedly take a big back-seat to the bosses in this game when it comes to difficulty but this does nothing to harm the amazingness Mega Man X represents. Absolutely essential. (owned on X Collection, completed. accurate rating is 9.00)

Game Traits applied to Mega Man X (SNES) by MetalGanado

  • The Setting:
    Mega Man Universe
  • Playing As:
    Mega Man X
  • Playing Against:
  • How it's Played:
  • General Tone:
    futuristic, challenging
Mega Man X

Mega Man X (SNES)

Genre/Style: Shooter/Platform Shooter
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