Four years after recording Mega Man X1, I finally get to Mega Man X2. I like this game a lot, as it’s just a bit more than a standard Mega Man sequel clone. It makes some positive changes without straying to far from what made the original a classic, and for that it deserves to be remembered in its own right. I’ll let the video explain the rest. Enjoy!
Is it safe to hit the streets yet?
HIGH Rainbow Mika is amazing. No doubt about it.
LOW Several months on, and online matches are still taking too long to hook up.
WTF So many online Ryus. So. Many.
Third Time's Charmless
HIGH 'No Mercy' mode blazing away on a console at 60FPS.
LOW The campaigns still aren't listed in the correct order.
WTF I just found out only the last section of each chapter is required. Huge timesaver on the third time through.
Old friend Darren Forman stops by to discuss 50% of Street Fighter V. Why 50%? Because the other half apparently hasn’t been released yet. Comedy! Plus Brad embraces his inner caveman in Far Cry Primal, and Chi marvels at Chun Li’s fashion choices. Featuring Richard Naik, Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, and Darren Forman.
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An incomplete legacy
HIGH Another chance to experience the underrated Mega Man 4 and 6.
LOW The omission of the underrated Mega Man 7.
WTF How are there fewer games than in the Mega Man Anniversary Collection?
This fierce is weak
HIGH Solid gameplay and new features.
LOW Waiting until June for the complete game.
WTF Launching with this much content missing? Wow.
HIGH Chasing a griffin across the map…
LOW …and then having to walk all the way back.
WTF Seriously, at least give me a horse or something.
Wait for the leech!
HIGH Line shotgun up with zombie head. Pull trigger. Spectacular.
LOW Inventory management is like playing musical chairs.
WTF 'Did you kill twenty-three people? I'm not going to judge you.'