A new hero fills the blue bomber's boots.
Capcom's classic Mega Man series returns in a game that is being heralded as the most challenging Mega Man game ever.
The adventure follows Mega Man's pal Zero, a former Reploid turned good by exposure to the Sigma Virus. Zero awakens after 100 years of sleep to a world where Reploids are unjustly attacked by an organization called "Neo Arcadia."
Reploids have fled to a ruined city, but the evil Neo Arcadia's minions are relentlessly advancing.
A genius scientist named Ciel revives the legendary Reploid Zero in order to save the cornered Reploids. As the hero Zero, it is up to you to save the world.
The game includes an Admiration System that records incredibly detailed data. This new system records the amount of damage taken from enemies, the number of items used, the number of enemies defeated and the time it takes to complete the game.
Casual gamers can use the Cyber Elf System to obtain power-ups that lower the game's difficulty level.
Defeat certain bosses to win an element chip, which you can use to enhance your weapon. A Thunder Chip is to be used against enemies with fire attributes, a Flame Chip will help quell enemies with ice attributes and an Ice Chip will help defeat enemies with electricity attributes.
Contributed by Xoleras (66152) on Jan 15, 2005.
- A classic adventure starring Mega Man's pal Zero
- The most challenging Mega Man game yet!
- 70 helpful Cyber-Elves to collect
- Special data recording ability entitles top ranked players to bragging rights
Make Way Mega Man!
Zero premiers in his first action adventure for the Game Boy Advance video game system.
It's your mission to help the exiled scientist Ciel discover the source of a new reploid energy! Play as Mega Man's pal Zero, the reploid from the Mega Man X series turned good by the infectious Sigma Virus and 100 years of sleep. Conquer your adversaries and find the energy source... or risk ultimate defeat. It's up to you to defend good from the destructive powers in the universe.
Contributed by Corn Popper (69690) on Jul 31, 2003.