I'm just going to pick Mega Man X5 over Mega Man X6 for the first game in the Mega Man X Legacy Collection. Everyone who disagrees, can you explain why Mega Man X4, Mega Man X5, or Mega Man X6 is a better choice for the first game in the Mega Man X Legacy Collection? I already know why I don't want Mega Man X2 and Mega Man X3 for the collection.
I'm not sure if I want X5(Mega Man X5) or 6(Mega Man X6) as the first game in the Mega Man X Legacy Collection, and X1(Mega Man X1) is not a good part of the Mega Man story. I don't know why this is a hard choice to make, because I don't like Mega Man X5 and X6 much. I don't want to play Mega Man X4 in the Mega Man X Legacy Collection. I want an X5 or X6 for the first game in the Mega Man X Legacy Collection. If anyone else is against X6, then I'll pick X5 over X6. I want Mega Man X4 for the collection because I love Mega Man X4 and I want to play it in the collection. I don't want Mega Man X1 or Mega Man X2 for the collection.
I want Mega Man X5 over Mega Man X6 for the first game in the Mega Man X Legacy Collection. I don't want Mega Man X4 for the collection. If anyone else is against X6, then I'll pick X5 over X6.
I want Mega Man X5 over Mega Man X6 for the first game in the Mega Man X Legacy Collection. I don't want Mega Man X4 for the collection. I want Mega Man X5 or Mega Man X6 for the collection. If anyone else is against X6, then I'll pick X5 over X6.
I think that the story for Mega Man X4 was good, even though it didn't really need it. I mean, you could be playing those Mega Man games, and not really even know that the events of the X series took place. People who play X, X1, X2, and X3 wouldn't even notice that the story was from the X series. It was just another Mega Man game.
For those who don't know, X4 was a collection of three separate games, but they had a lot of the same levels. The X series was one of the first series to have this type of structure. It wasn't like other games where you have one game, and then a sequel, and then a remake. X4 was a collection of three games that were all separate, but had the same levels and similar gameplay.
I'll be honest, I have only ever played X2, and X3. I have never played X1. I'll play the final boss of X2 when I get around to it. I'll buy the PS2 version of X3 when it comes out. I have no idea if the X series are any good, I don't know if I should get into the series.
How about we talk about the latest X game, if you are talking about X4. X4 is a great game, and one of my favorites. The only thing I hated about X4, as you said, was the soundtrack. The original soundtrack for X4 has a lot of classics on it that I just can't live without. Mega Man X4 is amazing. It was a masterpiece. It was one of the best Mega Man games that I've ever played.
Mega Man X4 is the best of the Mega Man X series, but it's a shadow of what the series can be, the music is simple, the story is the most incoherent in the series (though that was in X5), the gameplay is not really any better than X3, and the controls and gameplay mechanics are the same, only the bosses and stages are different. It's a game I wish I could have skipped (and yes, I know there is a portable Mega Man game), though I did have fun with X5 (which wasn't much), and the game is fun to play on the harder difficulties. 827ec27edc