Mega Man - Wikipedia
Mega Man is a comic series based on the video game series of the same name by Capcom Moon, the primary antagonist from Super Adventure Rockman, and all are featured as foes of a group of robots based on Mega Man 8 character Duo. being interrupted by the events of Worlds Collide at the end of Issue # No matter what the outlook at the end of an individual series or game is, almost but developments in the years that followed have weakened that connection. . The ancient alien super computer Ra Moon from Super Adventure Rockman. It's no secret that Capcom's relationship with its former mascot has Rumor has it that Capcom never released Super Adventure Rockman in the U.S. and Europe is because Inafune hated that Roll dies in one of its endings.
You can help by adding to it. April Further information: Worlds of Power Ina junior novel version of Mega Man 2 was released as part of the Worlds of Power novel series. Mega Man is turned human by Dr.
Light during an accident in a machine designed to clone Mega Man. Instead of a Mega Buster, human Mega Man uses a hand gun and instead of being able to copy the robot master's weapons, he instead takes them off of their arms. For some reason being human does not affect him much and he is still able to consume E-drinks Energy Tanks and gain a power boost.
The book follows the general plot of Mega Man 2 and even provides game hints at the end of some chapters. Several, but a common one is to beat all the bosses Including in the final levels using only the Mega Buster.
Or without taking any damage. This becomes the basis for several in-game acheivements in 9 and Classic was supposed to end with 6, hence the ending having Mega Man arresting Wily, but 7 was released anyway and opened with Wily breaking out of prison. After that 8 was the last mainstream Classic game released for years until 9. Inafune intended for X to end with X5, but after he left the series got three more games and a Gaiden Gamethe former taking Sigma's Joker Immunity to ridiculous lengths.
Battle Network was intended to end with 3, and the game certainly has all the marks of a finale, but Capcom insisted on continuing to ride the series' popularity, resulting in Battle Network 4 generally considered to be the worst of the series ; after the series officially ended with Battle Network 6, Capcom decided to spawn the Sequel Series Star Force. There have tended to be a few to Humongous Mecha series, especially where Classic Mega Man is concerned.
But you have to jump to safety before the Mercy Invincibility wears off, or Sliding Scale of Robot Intelligence: The pecking order from top to bottom goes thusly: Identical to humans in ability to make decisions. Able to make their own decisions much like Reploids, but are confined to the Cyber World and thus reliant on machines to effect the Real World.
Mostly able to make their own decisions, but are bound by Asmiov's Three Laws of Robotics and thus need a human supervisor. Reploid-level intelligence, but partnered with specific humans in their role as servants along with the same limitations as their Solo counterparts.
Always takes orders from a more intelligent unit or human. Sound of No Damage: If an attack can't hurt an enemy, you hear a metallic "ping", and in most cases the projectile ricochets off. Spell My Name with an "S": The yellow-helmeted Waddling Head robots had their names translated various ways throughout the series: What is it supposed to be?
Turns out "Metall" is the intended translation, as it comes from the phrase "all hel met", and was reinstated in the series as of Mega Man Legacy Collection.
A staple of the series; in some levels, they carpet the ceiling and floor. Some bosses may even try throwing you against them as well. Tank tread mechas and robots have shown up in several installment of the franchise: He is essentially a giant version of Guts Man from the first Mega Man with his legs replaced with tank treads.
A comparatively smaller version appears in later games. The platforming games have quite a lot of them. The Classic series' disappearing blocks are renowned.
The classic series uses [Motif]-Man for the name of most of its robots, with very few exceptions. The Battle Network series inherits this.
Super Adventure Rockman
Starting with Mega Man Xthe bosses usually involve some combination of theme and animal names; its successor series, Mega Man Zero and Mega Man ZX exagerrate this by creating portmanteaus of mythological and technological names. In Zero, almost every heroic ally carries a French name. Mega Man Star Force employs a scheme similar to the X series, placing the character's source name before its motif i.
The classic series used a musical theme in naming the protagonist robots: A few of these names were inherited by successor series. Most obvious in the robotics timeline, where the method of resolving centuries of war was to reduce the difference between human and robot.
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Of the "underwear on the outside" variety. Averted with the streamlined bodysuits of MegaMan. Along with the other Mega Man 2 Robot Masters, Heat Man later had his personality chip and weapon data fitted into the Doc Robot with the intent of combining all their powers to destroy Mega Man. However, the presence-and clash-of so many personalities in one body led to the robot's downfall; Heat Man was subsequently restored by Dr.
Light but chose to be shut down permanently. Wood Man - A unique Robot Master constructed almost entirely out of a rare wood, who was convinced that he had no other purpose than to serve as Dr. However, Mega Man later recovered his personality chip and body following the defeat of the Doc Robot, and Dr. Light rebuilt him and his brothers with the hopes of putting them to use benefiting society. Wood Man accepted the chance and became involved in forestry, with Cut Man assisting him in cutting down trees too diseased to recover.
Needle Man - Like Crash Man before him, Needle Man suffers from a lack of hands in his design, but makes up for it in his ability to knit. While he feels obligated to serve Dr. Wily, he has nothing but contempt for his creator, and he later chose to be deactivated rather than given a new function to serve after Wily's supposed demise. As a result, he and the other Mega Man 3 Robot Masters were initially susceptible to complete domination by Ra Moon, which ended after the alien supercomputer was destroyed.
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He and his brothers fought Mega Man and were defeated as part of a ploy by Wily to seize Gamma, and Magnet Man was later one of eight Wily Numbers who asked to be shut down permanently.
Gemini Man - Hologram-projecting Robot Master who creates-and converses with-holographic clones of himself that seem to possess their own personalities, going so far as resisting Ra Moon's control. He and his brothers were employed in secret by Wily, who was putting on a front of having reformed, to steal the eight Energy Elements powering Dr. Light's latest creation, the massive disaster response robot Gamma.
Following this plan's failure, Gemini Man chose to be deactivated, feeling his technology had no real application in peaceful society. Hard Man - A powerful Robot Master who joined four of his brothers in hiding with their stolen Energy Elements at various locations on Earth's surface.
Unlike many of his brothers, Hard Man relished the prospect of an honorable battle with Mega Man, wishing to test his might against Mega Man's abilities. He was also one of the few Wily Numbers who looked forward to receiving a new purpose from Dr. Light, joining Bomb Man and Snake Man in surveying and landscaping functions.