|In Mega Man Xtreme 2, you take control of either Mega Man or Zero through eight levels inspired by the first three Mega Man X games. Each character's mission consists of four levels, and when one mission is complete, you automatically begin the other character's quest.|
At a research facility on Laguz Island, there have been reports that reploids' memory and programs are being erased in a phenomenon known as "ERASURE." Mega Man and Zero are sent to investigate and discover that many of the reploids have stopped functioning, while others have become Mavericks. It seems that a mysterious new enemy has developed DNA chips that can be used to revive previously defeated reploids, including powerful bosses of the past. Mega Man and Zero spring into action, ready to defeat whatever comes their way and restore order back to the reploids.
As in previous Mega Man titles, defeated bosses leave behind a weapon that can be used to exploit other bosses' weaknesses. In an addition new to the series, when standard enemies are killed, they often leave behind traces of "DNA Soul." These traces can be picked up and used to create items and power-ups between levels. Mega Man and Zero can also find special upgrades hidden throughout the stages.
|Game||Mega Man Xtreme 2|
|Platform||Nintendo Game Boy Color|
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Violence|
|Control Elements||Gamepad, Gamepad/Joystick, Joystick|
|Number of Players||1|
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Average review score based on 9 user reviews
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This is it! The final chapter of the Megaman Xtreme series is here. This game takes the villians from Megaman X 3 & 4. But unlike the previous games in which you fight in the end against Sigma, this time you fight against a new villian.
The same as always the graphics, sound and controls are great. Still the difficulty is a little hard. I would recommend this game to those who follow the Megaman X series. Casual Megaman or platform gamers may be turned off. But hey if your a fan of the series, you'll be satisfied.
It's a pretty fun game for megaman fans. It dont look that great, and controls are a bit simplistic. Well, it's a Gameboy Color game so what did you expect? If you like megaman and want to collect them it's not a waste of money, but if your not into it it might not suite you.
Though it still follows the basic formula as the first Mega Man Xtreme, Mega Man Xtreme 2 makes a suitable number of improvements and additions to make it worthwhile for Mega Man fans and those just looking for a good overall game.
Always wanted to try out this game and I finally had the chance to able to do that. I went through various stores that had it for a ridiculous price and saw that it was cheaper here.