Mega Man & Bass Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: Join Mega Man and Bass's fight for humankind as you face off with the newest menace in town--Robot King. King's captured all of the data plans for Dr. Wily's creations. They will equip King with all the knowledge he needs to build his own indestructible army of robots. As either Mega Man or Bass, you'll set out separate adventures using a variety of battle moves and weapons to defeat robot masters. Hidden bolts and CDs give you extra items to assist in battles. Expand
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  1. With loads of action and old adventure, Megaman and Bass is also a game with plenty of depth and replay value to it. So fans of the mighty Blue Bomber rejoice and grab this game with no hesitation.
  2. Hardcore Mega Man fans (or anyone else looking for a great, challenging action game) should seize this opportunity to take the blue bomber back to his old-school roots.
  3. Unless you're completely worn out on the series, you'll find this to be one of the best action games on the GBA. [Apr 2003, p.132]
  4. 80
    It represents Mega Man doing what he does best-beating bosses with cool themes, collecting their weapons, and overcoming well-designed levels that are difficult…but not stupidly-super-frustratingly difficult.
  5. Easier than "Mega Man Zero" but harder than most of the NES titles.
  6. For me, it's the depth of a game that keeps me playing it for hours and not setting the difficulty so high that you are forced to spend hours just repeating a level. I know, Capcom traditionally makes Mega Man games tough, but at some point a game has to be fun to play as well.
  7. 60
    Anyone hoping this long dormant series to be reborn will be sorely disappointed. Anyone that hasn't tried a Mega Man game yet would be better advised to spend $15 on a new copy of "Mega Man 8" on the PSOne.

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  1. Feb 18, 2013
    9
    This is a really really good Mega Man game, with spot on music, graphics, level design, replayability, everything is in line with this game. My only gripe is the difficulty, which is a given in Mega Man games, but this is still one of the harder ones. Many great things, like 2 playable characters with branching stories, absolutely amazing music, great graphics, awesome level design, and overly great gameplay, make this one of the best Mega Man experiences you can have. One of the best things as well, is as you play through the game, and replay more levels with more power ups, you collect disks, which unlock a library, which includes art work, bios, creators, likes and dislikes ect. of over 100 Mega Man robots, wether they be allies, or villains, or even Thomas Light and D.R Wily! That was one of my favorite things about this game. This is a port from the game rock man and forte, the japanese release for the super famicom that never made it out here. This is one of, if not the best Mega Man expierience you can have on the GBA. Expand
  2. Jul 19, 2011
    8
    Both character feels great, the boss battles are as better than ever. Even so, i love Mega Man , but Bass is a Bad ass. it plays well the platform is challenging , instant classic. Expand

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