Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 Crack/Patch

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 The Blue Bomber is back in this second collection of classic Capcom titles. Featuring faithful reproductions of Mega Man 7, 8, 9, & 10, this collection is bursting with additional content, from time trials and remix challenges to a music player and an extensive gallery of rare illustrations.

Download Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 75 / 100
User rating
7.3
Downloads 606
Genre Miscellaneous, Compilation
Company / Developer
Capcom / Capcom, Bullets

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 reviews ( 2 )

BrickNGames, Dec 1, 2017

Funny. I am the first user review! Anyway, this game makes some good improvements on the first game, because you can see how many points are required for a gold badge in the challenges. If you haven't played the games in this collection yet, well, buy it! If you're a Mega Man fan that is. All 4 games are quite solid, Mega Man 10 being my favorite because of all the different gameplay styles and music. I believe that Mega Man 10 takes the best parts out of the previous games. Except that Mega Man can't slide- but Proto Man can if you want to play as him. He can also charge, unlike mega man.

somedude14, Dec 17, 2017

Better than Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 for many reasons: - didn't launch with input lag issues - no CTDs - all games run smooth, unlike the untouched NES ports found in MMLC1 - if they had removed the slowdown, those games would've been phenomenal - includes Mega Man 9, the best Mega Man game ever made (it's Capcom's "Stairway to Heaven") Mega Man 7 and 8 are very good games, they catch some flak because 1 they aren't 8-bit, and in the case of Mega Man 8, they present as pretty childish compared to the rest of them. I wouldn't call 8 "childish" as in "made for kids" though, it's childish in the sense that it looks like a 90s cartoon, or like a Disney game from the 90s. It's still definitely made for people with proper motor function and reflexes. I enjoyed it. The VA was pretty bad, but at the time it was a trend to get VA into anything wherever possible. At least it doesn't detract from the game. Would be a 10/10 if the mouse pointer wasn't visible. Also it would be nice to have game manual scans worked into the menus and a boss order and collectible guide (for Mega Man 7) as well, just because. MMLC1 physical had a boss order guide in the packaging, 2 doesn't, but it would have been nice to have it worked into the game somehow to save some Google time.