Mega Man Zero 2 Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: In Mega Man Zero 2, Zero falls prey to a trap set by Neo Arcadia's ruthless commander, who plans to use Zero to end the peace between reploids and humans. As Zero, you must battle through a variety of levels and challenges to make sure the commander doesn't succeed. A new weapon-customization system lets you adjust the game-level difficulty. The game new features also include a Cyber-Elf collection system, two-player mode, temporary save features, and a tutorial mission. Expand
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  1. Positive: 12 out of 17
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  1. Visually, the game is amazingly detailed and incredibly animated; in terms of level design and obstacle placement, it is superb. [Oct 2003, p.71]
  2. 90
    It's very demanding and frequently frustrating, but it's a lot of fun (more fun than the original, for sure) for those who have what it takes. The game also rewards the elite more than any other game of its type.
  3. 90
    It doesn't play with the formula too much, which is both a good thing and a bad thing.
  4. The chain-rod, (though not perfect) as well as the other new features add just enough to keep the formula from getting stale. The fast and exciting gameplay will keep you on your toes and immersed in the game.
  5. If you're a Mega Man fan, Zero 2 shouldn't disappoint, just remember that it's still just as difficult as it ever was.
  6. Although MMZ2 fails to deliver anything substantially new (sorry, Phil, powering up a blaster isn't exactly innovation), at least it serves up a solid action romp. [Nov 2003, p.201]
  7. As far as a sequel goes, Zero 2 contains the absolute least amount of improvements for me to consider it a good sequel. It's not great, and I'm sure Capcom knows that. There's nothing here that would cause anyone to believe this game was innovative.

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  1. Feb 16, 2013
    This is a very difficult, but very impressive and incredible game. The music and graphics are top notch, the game has fantastic presentation, and really great and inovative level design. The game is very difficult, but its that good difficulty which makes you wanna come back for more, and keep fighting and fighting until you beat it. The best in the megaman zero series, and one of my personal favorite GBA games, of all time. Expand

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