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Mega Man X Collection (Nintendo GameCube, 2006)
Capcom's MEGA MAN has been one of the most beloved heroes ever since his debut on the original Nintendo. Now Game Cube gamers can relive all of the action and adventure of six of the greatest MEGA MAN...
4 great games 2 good games
not many extras, sound screwed up.
Mega Man Network Transmission (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)
Mega Man makes his GameCube debut in an action title inspired by the Battle Network series of titles on Game Boy Advance. Rather than feature the same role-playing aspects as found in the handheld gam...
Old school action, cel shading done right
Short, restocking battle chips should be easier
Mega Man X Command Mission (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
Capcom takes its storied Mega Man franchise in a new direction, where for the first time gamers will control the Blue Bomber through a third-person RPG-style action-combat adventure. Featuring cel-sha...
Interesting storyline, deep combat, familiar characters, slightly hammy yet solid voice work
Too linear for an RPG, easy difficulty, numerous plot holes, uninspired level design
Mega Man Anniversary Collection (Sony PlayStation 2, 2004)
Put together in celebration of Mega Man's 15th birthday and paying tribute to Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune, Capcom's Mega Man Anniversary Collection collects Mega Man 1 through 8 on a single disc in...
An old-school game compilation done right
The formula never changes in any of the games...so it can get repetitive
Mega Man Anniversary Collection (Microsoft Xbox, 2005)
A port of the 2004 PlayStation 2 and GameCube release, the Xbox version of Mega Man Anniversary Collection offers emulations of ten complete Mega Man titles on a single disc. Included are the first ei...
10 games in 1, you bet I'm happy. Added save options and features.
The graphics remain unchanged and those NES games look horrible.
Mega Man Anniversary Collection Canceled (Nintendo Game Boy Advance)
Released to celebrate the platform-jumping hero's 15th year in video games, Mega Man Anniversary Collection offers emulations of five complete Mega Man titles on a single cartridge. Included are re-cr...
Sonic Mega Collection (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)
Sonic Mega Collection is a single-disc compilation featuring all seven Sonic-related games released on the 16-bit Genesis console during the years 1991 to 1996. None of the games have been enhanced sp...
Sonic 3d blast, Dr. Robotnicks beam mean machine
Pac-Man World 2 (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)
After undergoing a 3D makeover for his 20th Anniversary in Pac-Man World, Pac-Man returns once again in this GameCube sequel, Pac-Man World 2. The setup for this platform title sees a group of evil gh...
fun, cartoony but fun...and it's fun
Ultimate Spider-Man (Nintendo GameCube, 2005)
After producing two successful movie-based games featuring the arachnologically augmented teen hero, the inventive Activision developer Treyarch spins a more comics-influenced yarn with Ultimate Spide...
Getting to play the villainous Venom, comic book feel, and guest appearances.
Kind of short, and simple boss AI. Spidey's speed is difficult to control.
Spider-Man (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)
Based on the 2002 movie starring Tobey Maguire as the comic book superhero, the video game version of Spider-Man: The Movie has players swinging through the streets of New York City on the lookout for...
Combos, Sneaking, Background, and Voice acting.
Music, Camera angle, Difficulty, Repeated enemies.
Pac-Man vs./Pac-Man World 2 (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)
One of the most recognizable characters in all of gaming, Namco's Pac-Man faces a new 3D platforming adventure in this GameCube release. Players traverse six different levels of action that will have ...
Spider-Man 2 (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
Spider-Man returns to GameCube in a game based on the July 2004 feature film starring Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst. Using a revamped 3D engine that offers an interconnected world instead of standal...
Trigger Man (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
Following the almost universally acclaimed short-attention-span action of the Game Boy Advance's WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! comes this party-game adaptation for GameCube. Many of the mini-games...
Fast and furious, fun, addictive, fun multiplayer modes, challenging, too
just a little bit repetitive
Mega Man 8: Anniversary Collector's Edition (Sony PlayStation 1, 1997)
Dr. Wiley is wreaking havoc on the world and once again it's up to Mega Man the robotic, blue superhero to save the day. As Mega Man, you'll fight through 14 levels of intense action. As with other ga...
classic mega man game play
bad voice acting in anime scenes, a bit different pace then X series.
Pac-Man Fever (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)
Namco enters the competitive "party game" genre with the release of Pac-Man Fever, a four-player board game featuring over 30 different competitive events triggered by landing on certain spaces. Playe...
lots of fun with multiple-players, good replay value, easy to understand and control
easy to defeat
Pac-Man World 3 (Nintendo GameCube, 2005)
Pac-Man returns to the platforming challenges of Pac World in this third 3D adventure, which allies the dot-munching master with a couple of his oldest rivals. A misguided mastermind named Erwin belie...
Namco Museum: 50th Anniversary (Nintendo GameCube, 2005)
In honor of the company's 50th anniversary, <i>Namco Museum 50th Anniversary</i> introduces 14 exciting, classic games from the 70's and 80's to a new generation of gamers. The single largest compilat...
Pac-Man World Rally (Nintendo GameCube, 2006)
In Pac Man World Rally, players can race through a variety of environments from Pac Man World as Pac Man, Pac Jr. and other beloved characters from past Namco classics. In one of the fastest and most ...
Sonic Gems Collection (Nintendo GameCube, 2005)
This Sonic compilation for GameCube includes three of the hurried hedgehog's numerous past hits: Sonic CD (originally for the Genesis add-on), the Saturn's Sonic R, and the first North American home v...
Sega finally made Sonic CD accessible.
Where's Chaotix? You can't erase the 32X, Sega!
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