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It's robot mayhem at the Battle & Chase tournament! Dr. Wily is trying to take over the tournament with his army of Robot Masters, and now Mega Man has to enter to try and save the races! Choose your racer and head out on the tracks, and if you win, you'll get to steal parts off your opponent's cars, and eventually, you'll race against the mad Dr. Wily himself!

This game was only released in Japan and Europe. A U.S version can be played via Mega Man X Collection.


Mega Man Battle & Chase PlayStation One of the loading screens
Mega Man Battle & Chase PlayStation Title screen (Japanese)
Mega Man Battle & Chase PlayStation If you knock down 10 enemies or traffic cones you get a random power-up.
Mega Man Battle & Chase PlayStation Mega Man selected!

Promo Images

Mega Man Battle & Chase Screenshot
Mega Man Battle & Chase Screenshot
Mega Man Battle & Chase Screenshot

Alternate Titles

  • "Rockman Battle & Chase" -- Japanese title

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Critic Reviews

Consoles Plus PlayStation Nov, 1998 75 out of 100 75
GameSpot PlayStation Apr 29, 1997 7.3 out of 10 73
Mega Fun PlayStation Mar, 1998 71 out of 100 71
Video Games PlayStation Mar, 1998 69 out of 100 69
NowGamer PlayStation Mar 20, 1997 4.2 out of 10 42


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Cancelled US version

The U.S. was almost about to get Mega Man Battle & Chase. It was already being advertised in U.S. gaming magazines and had a firm release date set. Then Sony stepped in and denied them approval to release the game. Capcom had no choice but to cancel the whole thing.


Roll's theme song, Winds, Let Him Know, was first used in Rockman Battle & Chase, then spread out to Marvel Vs. Capcom and Rockman 6 for the PS1. It was again her theme in MvsC, and played during the ending of Rockman 6 (when the Wily Robots were showing off).

Version differences

The Japanese version of Battle & Chase has much voice acting, most of which is running commentary by two reporter robots in the game. Almost all of it was removed from the English version.

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