Megaman X7 (PS2)
- New Double Hero system--select 2 of the games 3 playable characters
- Switch between characters
- Transforming gameplay perspectives
- Auto lock-on system
- Mysterious new character, Axl
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- Platform: PlayStation2
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
The classic Megaman franchise explodes onto the PS2 for the first time with this all-new adventure for the famous blue bomber. Starring Megaman and his trusty pal, Zero, Megaman X7 takes players into a full 3-D environment where different elements from previous instalments come together to create the ultimate Megaman mission. It also introduces a new character called Axl, with a mysterious and unique ability. Players can form a team compriosing a combination of two heroes from the cast in the new Double Hero System.
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Top Customer Reviews
Megaman in 3D, it's great to see the characters brought to life. Helps you to see what the cast really look like.
Three characters, X, Zero and Axl, each with their own unique powers. Cunningly, you can only play Zero and Axl for the first six or so stages. This is good as die hard fans might have ignored Axl and just stuck with the classic X and Zero. This is imperative as according to popular belief only die hard fans should buy this game.
Character switching system. You pick two characters at the start of the level and can switch between them. This helps with puzzles and certain enemys.
Most people say the camera angles are annoying and that they get in the way constantly. However I found the camera angles completely fine, only bothering me once for about 5 seconds. Whichever die hard fans complained about the camera angles, musn't be very good at Megaman, opting to stay on the same spot for an hour or two. Overall the camera angles help you and make interesting boss battles as you can rotate 360 degrees.
Stays classic to Megaman X. Weapons after bosses, capsules, boss room at the end of the game and the classic Sigma battle.
The voice acting wasn't perfect. However I didn't find it awful, it was actually quite funny. X sounds like a small squeaky pokemon, his voice is that proposterous. However Zero has a good voice, and Axl's is standable.
There is also a plot loop in the storyline, concerning Zero still being in the series.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was like I expected (game fluid,nice graphics,awesome soundtrack),the only if...too short! Dispise this it's a good game, I recommended.Published on 14 Jan. 2014 by Pedro