Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System
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- Published name in USAMega Man
- Release date in USADecember 1, 1987
- Published name in EuropeMega Man
- Release date in EuropeDecember 13, 1989
- Published name in JapanMega Man
- Release date in JapanDecember 17, 1987
Mega Man: Review
It's MEGA MAN versus the powerful leaders and fighting forces of Monsteropolis -- that strange multi-faceted land of robot-like Humanoids. Brilliant scientist Dr. Wright conceived the construction of fully-operational human-like experimental robots to perform specific everyday duties. Dr. Wright, and his assistant Dr. Wily, encouraged with their very first near human robot -- MEGA MAN -- proceeded to develop six additional Humanoids, all programmed to perform prescribed rituals: Cutman: Designed to function as a lumberjack. Powerful saw-toothed Scissor-like instrument protrudes from head, capable of gnawing through giant forest timbers Iceman: Impervious to chilling sub-zero temperatures, capable of human like performances under extreme climatic conditions Gutsman: A bulldozing character capable of lifting and transporting huge boulders Bombman: A real "blast-er" as a heavy duty laborer who uses intensely powerful explosives to clear lands for Dr. Wright's construction projects Fireman: Melts and molds metals with flame-throwing torch flaring from atop his head. Elecman: Dr. Wright's electrifying creation - planned for conducting electrical operations - even supervising nuclear power plants. But, with the exception of MEGA MAN, all of Dr. Wright's near-human robot experimentation went awry. Assistant Dr. Wily turned disloyal, re-programming Dr. Wright's Humanoids, now bent on destroying opposition so Dr. Wily could control the world and its resources. Resisting re-programming, MEGA MAN is chosen the defender of the universe and its inhabitants. MEGA MAN dares to single-handedly penetrate seven separate empires of Monsteropolis, eliminating the leaders and followers of these sovereignties. Get ready for some very exciting challenges! --From the NES Mega Man instruction manual.
Mega Man: Screenshots
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