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Yep.

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

I figure since I don't do this too often, I'll just keep it all in one thread. Makes sense, right?

Metroid: Zero Mission
(1) Brinstar to Kraid's Lair / (1-Silent)
(2) Kraid, Speed Booster, & Super Missiles / (2-Silent)
(3) Varia Suit to Ridley's Lair / (3-Silent)
(4) Ridley & Screw Attack to Tourian / (4-Silent)
(5) Mother Brain, Zero Suit Stealth, & Gravity Suit / (5-Silent)
(6) Power Bombs to Wherever We Want / (6-Silent)
(7) 100%, Mecha Ridley, Escape, & Ending / (7-Silent)

Zero Mission is a GBA remake of the original NES Metroid, and it is my favorite entry in the series because it mixes the old with the new so well. Better controls, new bosses, and additional content that's added on and not tacked in makes this one fun revisit to Samus' old stomping grounds. Like the Rockman FC games, I'm putting up a commentated and silent version of the game depending on whether or not you want to hear yours truly stumble around. Still, this is an attempt at an 100% speed run, so I won't be messing up that much... hopefully.

Mighty No. 9 - First Attempts
(1) No. 8 - Countershade
(2) No. 1 - Pyrogen
(3) Cryosphere Boss Fight
(Bonus #1) No. 2 - Cryosphere
(4) No. 5 - Battalion
(5) No. 3 - Dynatron
(6) No. 4 - Seismic
(7) No. 6 - Aviator
(8) No. 7 - Brandish
(9) Prison - Call's Stage
(10) Robot Factory - The Mighty Mission
(Bonus #2) Intro Stage - City
(11) Final Stage - Battle Colosseum
(12) Final Boss - Trinity

It's the game that a lot of Mega Man fans have been talking about but few seem to like. Is this a total train wreck like Sonic Boom was for the Blue Blur? Uh... no. Believe it or not, it's kind of fun. It just also isn't the second coming of the Blue Bomber like everyone had hoped for. Doing this as a first run dealio to test out the new PS4 for the heck of it. It's no 3DS, but it's better than nothing.
Mega Man Powered Up
New Style Mode Old Style Mode Challenge Mode
Construction Mode Gaming Stream Stuff
Mega Man Unlimited - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Super Castlevania IV - Part 1, Part 2 , Part 3 , Part 4
Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse - Part 1... of 1
Contra - Also Part 1 of 1

When I'm streaming games I'm not familiar with, you can expect them to take multiple parts. That's why they get their own section away from the Single Segment Runs.
Mega Man & Bass
Rockman 8 FC
(1) Intro & Tengu Man / (1-Silent)
(2) Clown Man / (2-Silent)
(3) Grenade Man / (3-Silent)
(4) Aqua Man / (4-Silent)
(5) Frost Man / (5-Silent)
(6) Astro Man / (6-Silent)
(7) Sword Man / (7-Silent)
(8) Search Man / (8-Silent)
(9) Wily Tower 1, 2, & 3 / (9-Silent)
(10) Wily Tower 4 & Ending / (10-Silent)

I tried the demo of this game over two and a half years ago. The game's come a long way since then, and with all of the main stages done, I think it's time to give this one a second chance. It's the 8-bit demake of one of my favorite Mega Man titles. Let's see how it goes!
Rockman 7 FC
(1) Intro + Freeze & Shade Man / (1-Silent)
(2) Turbo & Cloud Man / (2-Silent)
(3) Burst & Spring Man / (3-Silent)
(4) Junk & Slash Man / (4-Silent)
(5) Proto Man / (5-Silent)
(6) Wily 1, 2, & 3 / (6-Silent)
(7) Wily 4 & Ending / (7-Silent)

So yeah, back when I joined this site, I was gearing up to make my first Mega Man series on here be MM7. That happened but playing this game along with it did not. Anyway, this is the fan game demake of Mega Man 7. Is it as good as the original? I don't think so, but it is fun to see the game turned into an NES title. Hope you all enjoy it.
Sonic CD
(1) Intro & Palmtree Panic
(2) Collision Chaos
(3) Tidal Tempest
(4) Quartz Quadrant
(5) Wacky Workbench
(6) Stardust Speedway
(7) Metallic Madness & Ending

Sonic CD is one of the Blue Blur's first departures from the norm. It may look like a Genesis title, but this one is in a league of its own. I happen to think highly of it, even if I don't think it's on par with the aforementioned system's games. It's still worth a shot, so I hope you take the time to watch this one.
Single Segment Runs Mega Man Zero 4
(1) Intro Stage - The Caravan
(2) Intro Stage #2 - Area Zero
(3) Noble Mandrago
(4) Heat Genblem)
(5) Popla Cocapetri
(6) Mino Magnus
(7) Attack on Area Zero Camp - Craft
(8) The Prison
(9) Fenri Lunaedge
(10) Pegasolta Eclair
(11) Sol Titanion
(12) Tech Kraken
(13) Ragnarok Control Center - Craft (2nd)
(14) Item Collectathon Videopalooza
(15) Teleporter Base - Randam Bandam
(16) Teleporter Circuit - Cyball
(17) Final Stage - Ragnarok & Ending

Mega Man Zero 4 is the last important 2D Mega Man game I had yet to beat. Once again, the goal of this game is to get through it with an overall S-Rank by the end of things. Will this go as well as Zero 3 went for me? Only time will tell... Also, this one does feature text commentary.
Mega Man X3
(1) Intro - A Fatal Forecast
(2) Opening Stage - Maverick Hunter HQ
(3) Blizzard Buffalo
(4) Blast Hornet
(5) Tunnel Rhino
(6) Neon Tiger
(7) Crush Crawfish
(8) Gravity Beetle
(9) Volt Catfish
(10) Vile MK-II
(11) Toxic Seahorse
(12) Backtracking Bonanza
(13) Doppler Lab 1 - Godkarmachine O Inary
(14) Doppler Lab 2 - Goliath & Vile MK-II (2nd)
(14-Bonus) Doppler Lab - Altered Areas & Zero's Saber
(15) Doppler Lab 3 - Refights & Dr. Doppler
(16) Final Stage - Kaiser Sigma & Ending

With the SNES era coming to a close at the start of 1996, Capcom saw fit to give owners one final Mega Man X game to complete the original trilogy. For many, including myself, I find it to be the weakest of the lot. That said, it still remains a quality title if only for the sheer amount of content packed into this little cartridge.
Mega Man Zero 3
(1) Intro Stage
(2) Blazin' Flizard
(3) Childre Inarabitta
(4) Devilbat Schilt
(5) Deathtanz Mantisk
(6) Crea & Prea
(7) The Zero 1 Bosses
(8) Copy X Mark II
(9) Cubit Foxtar
(10) Glacier Le Cactank
(11) Volteel Biblio
(12) Tretista Kelverian
(13) Phantom & the Baby Elves
(14) Final Stage - Omega & Ending

I've never beaten the last two games in the Zero series, and I want to change that beginning right now. This won't be a skilled or informative run, but rather, a first attempt of sorts. This is purely a gameplay series, so I'm sorry if you were looking for commentary. Still, I figured it'd be fun to see how I do on a pseudo-blind run style of series for a change. Please let me not regret this...
Mega Man X2
(1) Intro - To the Second Power
(2) Opening Stage - Reploid Factory
(3) Magna Centipede
(3-Bonus) Magna Centipede - All Abilities Drained
(4) Bubble Crab
(5) Wire Sponge
(6) Morph Moth
(7) Wheel Gator
(8) Crystal Snail
(9) Overdrive Ostrich
(10) Flame Stag
(11) The X-Hunters, Round 1
(12) Item Roundup Extravaganza
(13) X-Hunter Base 1 - Violen
(14) X-Hunter Base 2 - Serges
(15) X-Hunter Base 3 - Agile
(16) X-Hunter Base 4 - Refights
(17) Final Stage - Zero, Sigma, & Ending

With X1 being the success that it was, it wasn't all that much of a surprise when Capcom brought Mega Man X2 to the Super Nintendo near the end of 1994. To me, it wound up taking what made the original so great and improved or refined it to an even higher quality title. Yes, this one is my favorite of the SNES trilogy, and I'm going to try to show you why.
Mega Man X
(1) Intro - In the Year 21xx...
(2) Opening Stage - Central Highway
(3) Chill Penguin
(4) Spark Mandrill
(5) Armored Armadillo
(6) Launch Octopus
(7) Boomer Kuwanger
(8) Sting Chameleon
(9) Storm Eagle
(10) Flame Mammoth
(11) A Complete Collection
(12) Sigma Fortress 1
(13) Sigma Fortress 2
(14) Sigma Fortress 3
(15) Sigma Fortress 4 & Ending

When Mega Man X hit the Super Nintendo in early 1994, yours truly finally had a Mega Man game that he could enjoy. Yes, the classic series was deemed too hard by yours truly back when he was a kid, but this title made me appreciate the franchise's difficulty... so much so that I didn't beat this game until X3 was released. Let's hope I tackle this one a bit faster this time around, eh?
TMNT Arcade Games
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time (Arcade)

I think it's time to go on a co-op kick, and what better games to do it with than the turtles that kick shell? Yeah, these two titles were how I spent many of my Sunday early afternoons when I was a kid. My brother used to join me in playing at the arcade, and he's joining me for these playthroughs as well! Are we a dream team? Who cares? We're just here to have fun. Enjoy the show, everyone.
Sonic Advance 2
(1) Leaf Forest
(2) Hot Crater
(3) Music Plant
(4) Ice Paradise
(5) Sky Canyon
(6) Techno Base
(7) Egg Utopia
(8) XX & Normal Ending
(9) Unlockables & Extras
(10) True Area 53 & Good Ending

After the first game sold so well, Sega decided to have Dimps make a sequel for the fastest thing alive on the GBA. Released in North America in early 2003, Sonic Advance 2 really put an emphasis on the speed element more than anything else. Hold right to win? Maybe. Hold right to master? Not a chance.
Mega Man 8
(1) Intro - Mega's Meteor Madness
(2) Opening Stage - Skull Island
(3) Tengu Man
(4) Grenade Man
(5) Clown Man
(6) Frost Man
(7) A Duel With Duo
(8) Sword Man
(9) Search Man
(10) Astro Man
(11) Aqua Man
(12) Bolts & Bonus Stuff
(13) Wily Tower 1
(14) Wily Tower 2
(15) Wily Tower 3
(Bonus) Wily Bosses - No Weaknesses
(16) Finally, The Final Battle
(17) Ending - A Fond Farewell

Mega Man 8, a 1997 release, is the only game in the classic series to not debut on a Nintendo system. This is only the first of many unique things about this title. This is one of my favorite games in the classic series, and is usually the case, I'm going to do my best to give this game the proper respect it deserves. Mega Man 8 on the Playstation, let's do it!
Sonic Advance
(1) Neo Green Hill Zone
(2) Secret Base Zone
(3) Casino Paradise Zone
(4) Ice Mountain Zone
(5) Angel Island Zone
(6) Egg Rocket & Cosmic Angel Zone
(7) X-Zone - A Faux Finale
(8) Knuckles, Tails, & Amy Recap
(9) Special Stages, Part 1
(10) Special Stages, Part 2
(11) The Moon Zone - A Super Showdown

Sonic Advance. The Blue Blur's first foray onto a Nintendo platform was a pretty big deal back in 2002. While Sonic Team's become a running joke in the last few years, the Nintendo handheld platformers have been spared from their... unique decisions. This is more of a test of my GBA recording capabilities more than anything. Let's see how it goes!
Rockman 8 FC Demo
(1) Clown Man
(2) Aqua Man
(3) Frost Man
(4) Tengu Man
(5) Grenade Man
(6) Astro Man / (Astro Man w/Commentary)
(7) Sword Man
(8) Search Man

I mentioned at the end of the Mega Man 7 series that 8 just happened to be my third favorite of the console titles. Yeah, it's different, but it's a lot of fun. Put it in 8-bit form and it should please everybody, right? Not necessarily. This is less of a walkthrough and more of a test for my whole recording setup. Can I meet 2007 standards with a computer from 2006? We'll find out.
Mega Man 7
(1) Introduction
(2) Opening Stage
(3) Freeze Man
(4) Burst Man
(5) Cloud Man
(6) Junk Man
(7) The Robot Museum
(8) Turbo Man
(9) Slash Man
(10) Spring Man
(11) Shade Man
(12) Proto Man
(13) Wily 1
(14) Wily 2
(15) Wily 3
(16) Wily 4 - The Refights
(17) The Perfect Final Battle
(18) Ending & Extras

Mega Man 7, a 1995 release, is one of the most divisive games in the entire franchise. Some hated the jump from the NES to SNES look, Mega Man's sprite was too big, the action was too slow, the stages were this, the music was that... Look, I get that. The thing is, you're talking to someone that's a Mega Man fan and not an NES game purist. Therefore, even though it's not one of my favorites, it's time to show off what I know about the classic series' first SNES adventure.
Kirby's Dream Land
(1) Green Greens
(2) Castle Lololo
(3) Float Islands
(4) Bubbly Clouds
(5) Mt. DeDeDe
(6) Extra Mode, Part One
(7) Extra Mode, Part Two
(8) Extra Mode Finale

Kirby's Dream Land was released in the summer of 1992 and is the very first game in the Kirby series. Back then, I had the choice of either getting it or Super Mario Land 2 for my Game Boy. I went with Mario and would not go on to play this particular game until the very start of 2009. Looks like we've got some catching up to do, eh? Let's get right to it!
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Re: Yep. (NP: Kirby's Dream Land)

Postby raekuul » 7 years ago

Are you planning on doing the bonus mode?
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Re: Yep. (NP: Kirby's Dream Land)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

Probably, but it will be in a spliced together bonus video. I'll try to show off as many of the differences that I can.

In the meantime, we've got a new video. Kirby takes on Castle Lololo! The link's been added to the list up top. Have at it.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Kirby's Dream Land)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

The Float Islands are the third stop in our tour of Dream Land. I go from having little to say to barely having enough time to get everything out in time. What a dichotomy.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Kirby's Dream Land)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

On to the Bubbly Clouds. Lots of items to collect here, a couple of secret areas to show off, and a confrontation with the first enemy that ever took me down in a Kirby game.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Kirby's Dream Land)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

It's a duel for the dinner as Kirby clashes with King DeDeDe for the first time in the series! Link's at the top like usual, and I hope you all enjoy it.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Kirby's Dream Land)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

I posted the first part of the Extra Mode playthrough, but a few people were having problems watching it, including myself. That's why the link up top is from the reuploaded version. Hopefully it works now.

This video covers the first three stages of our second quest, and it's noticeably tougher. Enemies deal more damage, have new attacks, and they'll actually try to hit you from the get-go. Looks like Kirby has his work cut out for him this time!

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Re: Yep. (NP: Kirby's Dream Land)

Postby morsel/morceau » 7 years ago

Lovin' the Kirby (@'.')@ @('.'@)

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Re: Yep. (NP: Kirby's Dream Land)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

Part two of the Extra Game playthrough is now up. It's easily the most dangerous part of the journey thanks to the first half of Bubbly Clouds as well as the boss rush of the final stage. Making my way through that, I should have no problem taking down King DeDeDe...right?

Next time will be the final part. Enjoy, and see you there.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Kirby's Dream Land)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

Kirby may not have fared too well against DeDeDe in the previous vid, but I'm sure the king will get what's coming to him in this one. After all, it's the final video of the series! After the climactic conclusion, it's on to taking a quick look at Config Mode before putting this one to bed.

That was fun to do a non-Mega Man series for a change. I'd actually like to do more like that in the future. Hope you enjoyed it.

Edit: The Viddler versions are up as well, so that's that for Kirby's Dream Land!

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

Well, we have a new series underway, and I'm back to doing what I (pretend to) do best, play Mega Man games in my usual style. I'm more of a slow approach gamer that will show off everything that I can remember about a title when I'm in this mode. I tried a similar approach with the Game Boy games, and that wound up being one of my favorite ones to do.

Hopefully, this series will wind up going the same way. The first video's merely the introduction although even that video has a couple of bonuses in it, and the second video is a playthrough of the opening stage where Mega Man meets up with Bass for the first time. He's one of my favorite post-NES editions to the series, and he's on our side! What a relief!

If you're going to follow this, then get in on the action by voting which stage you want to see me go through next in the Youtube comments. I always like this audience participation stuff.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

It's an inside joke. Some friends wanted me to have a signature on Xbox Live. I kept saying "Nah" or "Nope" to that. When I finally went with a signature, I put down "Yep.".

For here, I just wanted to put something besides Bean plays whatever, and so it works once again... Yep.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

Freeze Man wound up winning the vote thankfully, and that means I can go through and get Rush Search at the earliest possible convenience...now. The level itself is pretty easy, although the boss is somewhat annoying to no-hit clear. I doubt I'm doing a perfect run of the whole game, but when you're that close for one level, you just have to go for it.

Edit: Aw. I don't like encoding errors on Viddler since it messes up the number counter thing on the links. Oh well. Nothing you can do about it, and it's not like I haven't deleted 10-15 videos on that channel already anyway.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

Burst Man's level is usually ho-hum to me, but I really liked that playthrough this time around. It's amazing how much things can change up when you go about beating the level in a different way. That's the first time I've ever gone with the Freeze Cracker strategy. Now I wonder why I never did it in the past.

Anyway, there's not much to collect here other than a letter, although there's a lot of minor stuff like extra lives and another E-Tank. All in all, that went rather well...except for what happened to Rush in a failed take. Oops.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

You want to talk about a stage that changes up how you play it when you're just trying to beat it as opposed to going through without getting hit? Here's a prime example. Cloud Man's stage has so many enemies at times that it's tough to get around all of them without taking a hit! Even the boss who I've no-hit before becomes a white knuckle affair after what was a five minute stage. I like the music, but after hearing it for a little over an hour, I was glad to get this one done!

Lots of stuff to show off here as opposed to last time. Giant bolts, Proto Man, the shop, and what happens if you don't use Freeze Cracker earlier on in the level. I also include my first unintended demise of the game. That might be the first time that 360 controller has done that to me. Oh well.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby raocow » 7 years ago

Dunno why you don't get more attention, other then subtitles being more unpopular I suppose. You're doing a pretty good job as far as I can tell!

Edit - wow, it's a perfect run, too? I didn't notice until now. This is really good man.
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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

Thanks. I don't know how long I'll be able to keep up this attempt at a perfect playthrough, but I'm 1/3 of the way home!

For a stage that has a lot of enemies in it, Junk Man's level is pretty darn easy to get through. Had I not have spent goodness knows how long trying to get one particular item in my main run, I would have finished much sooner than I did. I finally caved in and just let Rush find it on my backup file.

There were a few annoying things about this level, but they don't even come close to comparing to the birds from Cloud Man's stage. Good thing since I have to come back later. Oh well. Next!

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby megamario » 7 years ago

Oooo subtitle LP.
I always like those, wish more people would do them sometimes (soooo many LPs ruined due to horrid voices)

And these are nice quality too. AND YOU ACTUALLY USE WEAPONS IT'S A MIRACLE
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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

If you give me weapons, then I'll probably use them. Buster run only games can be fun, but I don't think they'd make for the best of videos in this show all I know playthrough.

The Robot Museum's small, but it still has a few sights to take in. After making our boss harder than I needed to be, it's back to Junk Man's stage to get what I missed out on the first time around. The password screen also gets a closer look in this video.

I just hope I can fix my computer issues quickly. It's literally blocking me from uploading anything on my own computer right now.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby megamario » 7 years ago

I asked this in the comments over on youtube, but here seems like a better place: I noticed that there were two broken capsules in the Mash fight. Was this the game that added in what was in those two bosses in later versions (I think secret fights you could find in some stage or another), or was that MM8?
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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

I don't know if those are Cut and Wood Man that Wily stole, but you would go on to fight them in Mega Man 8's Saturn version. If those broken chambers actually contained those two, then that would be another awesome touch to this undervalued game.

Also, I think I've already fixed what was ailing my computer. Cross your fingers. I know I am.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Paragraph » 7 years ago

I'm crossing.

Just watching your Gameboy LPs, you're really, really good. Keep up the good work, you've got my attention ^^.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

Turbo Man takes the pole position for most annoying stage to no-hit clear so far. It's been a long time since I've played a stage for over an hour. Okay, maybe it's not been that long, but this stage sure made me feel like it had been. Flame pillars, giant trucks, and a boss fight that can quickly come to an end were the main culprits of that.

An awesome upgrade for the Super Adapter, a second sitdown with Proto Man, Junk Shield's effectiveness and Thunder Bolt's flaw? Yeah. That's all in this video.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Paragraph » 7 years ago

That stage is just plain annoying period, I so hate that jump where failing sends you down again...and again...and AGAIN. To face three also annoying enemies (the poles and Joe) again -.- . Not great level design, which MM7 seems to suffer from more often than not...padding, to call it by its name. Though I do like the game quite a lot, those things tick me off; it's also waiting for the tide in Burst Man's, the HP of Freeze's bears...

So thanks for doing this for us! Good job.

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Re: Yep. (NP: Mega Man 7)

Postby Bean » 7 years ago

(9) Slash Man - (Viddler #9)

Talk about a roll of the dice. That's exactly how I felt my chances were each and every time I went through this very short stage. It's honestly a two enemy stage that wound up taking me three hours to perfect just because of the random nature of each of their attacks. Honestly, I just can not figure the pattern of those eggs...if there is one. Maybe it's an Air Man situation. I honestly don't know.

I then go back and give everyone a better look at this stage and finally rescue an old feathery friend after causing arson. It's okay though. That stage deserved it.


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