DescriptionIn the future, a young net-battler named Lan, boots his 'personal information terminal'(PET) and prepares to hack into the network to battle net crime. Lan's PET is no ordinary network navigator. It is Mega Man.EXE, the cyber-identity, which infiltrates the crime-ridden network to battle destructive computer viruses. Defeat viruses in real time and collect Battle Chips program data, containing valuable weapons data and critical system info. Collect over 175 Battle Chips to help Netto and Mega Man.EXE restore peace and order to the network.
- "MMBN" -- Common abbreviation
- "Battle Network RockmanEXE" -- Japanese title
Part of the Following Groups
- Games made into comics
- Games made into TV series
- Mega Man Battle Network / Rockman EXE series
- Mega Man / Rockman games
- Theme: Hacking / Pseudohacking
- Video games turned into board / card games
|Excellent, fun, addictive, enjoyable...||Bregalad (937)|
|Jack in! MegaMan.EXE! TRANSMIT!!!||Satoshi Kunsai (1810)||unrated|
|RPGFan||Feb 18, 2002||88 out of 100||88|
|GameZone||Nov 08, 2001||8.8 out of 10||88|
|IGN||Nov 09, 2001||8.5 out of 10||85|
|GameSpy||Nov 25, 2001||84 out of 100||84|
|GameSpot||Jan 07, 2002||8.3 out of 10||83|
|Play.tm||Jan 05, 2002||82 out of 100||82|
|4Players.de||Feb 07, 2002||81 out of 100||81|
|Christ Centered Game Reviews||Mar 15, 2006||80|
|Gamekult||Apr 09, 2001||6 out of 10||60|
|RPGamer||Dec 03, 2001||6 out of 10||60|
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TriviaAs of March 2002, an anime series based on RockmanEXE began running on the Japanese television station TV Tokyo. The animation for the series was done by Capcom's own in-house animation studio, Xebec, along with several members of Capcom's staff (as well as the author/illustrator for a RockmanEXE manga series that ran in the Japanese manga magazine Koro Koro) writing the stories for each episode. That being said, the series is excellent, with some great stories and often hilarious moments. It's highly recommended, and is said that Capcom U.S.A. will translate it and run it on U.S. TV networks if the demand is high enough.