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Mega Man Legends 2 - PlayStation

by Capcom
PlayStation
 Everyone
2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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  • Platform:   PlayStation
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Mega Man Legends 2 continues the successful 3-D spinoff of the 2-D Mega Man franchise. It features familiar characters from the series, and mixes action-adventure, RPG, and puzzle gameplay. Accompanying Mega Man are Roll, the Bonne family, the Servbots, Data, and Glyde. The story revolves around the recently discovered Sealed Key, which could unlock the Great Legacy--a mystery that could be either a boon or a curse to mankind. There are several towns in which to explore, and a giant airship called the Flutter will transport the party there.

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2.0 out of 5 stars What did they do to my megaman legends!!!! Nov. 24 2013
By Ian L
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The original was so good and so much fun what the hell did they do to it. In the original they actually had a very good voice actor for megaman which absorbed you more into the game because he sounds natural. But in this game they completely replace him with someone who does not sound like a boy. But it upsets me when they change voice actors because it throws you off so much and not only that they replaced his voice with such a bad voice god!!!. And they screwed around with the camera and aiming system to the point where it's almost broken what was wrong with the old camera and aiming system capcom the old system worked really well why would you change it!!!. They really screwed this one up but at least the story was decent and had some pretty funny moments which is the only thing preventing me from rating this 1 star!. Unless you absolutely have to find out what happens after the first megaman where they leave you with a cliff hanger then do not get this game for it shall forever fester on your shelf.
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars  48 reviews
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars For Mega Man Lovers... Oct. 8 2000
By Carlos Nunez - Published on Amazon.com
MML2 is the same as MML except for better improvment on the graphics,characters,and story.Capcom has also added more hours to the game so you'll be playing with the blue bomber longer fighting new bosses,using better & stronger weapons and in bigger areas than ever before...Some of the old MML characters are back in MML2 and some new ones were added to spice-up the story...To me MML2 still has the same easy to use controls and It still gives you that I wanna play some more feel even if you've already beat it...It's a MUST buy
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars one of the few sequels better than the original June 28 2004
By Ginzo - Published on Amazon.com
first there was megaman. and it was good. then there was megaman X. it was really good. then there was megaman legends. it was so unfathomably awesome that if you've never heard of it, you have probably been living in or under a large rock.
Then, as if to say "oh, you think THAT'S somethin'..." Capcom released megaman legends 2 and minds burned 'round the world. Megaman legends embodies all that is the megaman series, in all it's 3-D glory
MML2 is one of the few games to deliver a good story, good graphics (for it's time, at least) and great control. megaman moves seemlessly, strafes, fires, and jumps. and it all seems natural. you use the control stick/pad to move, and the shoulder buttons to turn. it's a tad tedious at first, but it really works. you'll forget you ever said "that's the craziest control scheme ever!"
now I know you're thinking "but Ginzo, i'm a hardcore megaman fan at heart, and seeing the blue bomber in 3-D makes me wanna puke my guts out." Well, even for you, mister hardcore megaman-er, this is a great game. I reccomend this to anyone who likes non-stop 3-D run-and-gun megaman action.
All my five are belong to this.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure entertainment all the way through!! Sept. 6 2002
By Ixx - Published on Amazon.com
While this game isn't very expansive and doesn't directly tie into the Mega Man timeline, it still contains the quality that Capcom has always given its games! I'm sure there's a way to link it to the other series timeline though. Maybe there's something Capcom hasn't told us yet. Still, they managed to take a spinoff and turn it into a full fledged series!
First off, the ruin designs are excellent - maybe even better than the 1st game's - but not likely. A couple of the key mazes in this game involve backtracking to the same place well more than once, which can get tedious, especially when the area is filled with water or the gravity is heavy or whatnot, and it slows you down. Other than that, the mazes are flawless!
There is a slight problem with the battles though, and I'm sure those of you that have played the game have seen it - the 'Ultimate Technique' of locking onto the prime target and blasting away while running in a constant circle. It makes many battles way too easy.
The graphics have been improved from the last game. The models have higher polygons counts and much better coloration (something the last gamewas really lacking). The music is much better too, and not quite as downright corny as the 1st game.
The plot goes into more depth, too. It's very slightly on the darker and more serious side, and the characters are cooler too (Sera is the most unusual villain I've ever seen, but she's devoid of any and all emotion, and definitely the perfect villain for this story. What makes it better is that you don't see it in her until it's too late). The plot explains more of Mega Man Trigger's origins and even the reason why he's on the planet - I won't reveal that though). The game definitely has its lighthearted moments. The Bonnes are still there, which is a definite plus! There are some new pirates too.
All things said (and I could ramble on longer about how much I like this game), the game is definitely worth getting if you're either a Mega Man fan, or if you played the first game and then left in the dark on what the hell was going on. It gives plenty of opportunities for free exploration, and you always find something the second time around you missed the first time (whether it's in a town or a ruin, I gurantee there's gonna be something new to see).
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very very FUN! Nov. 4 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This is a must for any fan of Mega Man or really anyone who loves a game like Zelda. This game is an Action/RPG and unlike the 1st one it adds a lot more to the story and uses much more RPG elements than Mega Man Legends One. This game is longer than the 1st one and has many puzzles that you need to figure out. It's a really fun game and I would recomend this to anyone who just wants to play a fun game.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but is lacking some of what the first had Nov. 10 2000
By Patrick Kinnamon - Published on Amazon.com
If you have ever played the first Legends, then you remember roaming through one little town, defeating enemies, solving puzzles and helping others. Although this game does have better graphics and gameplay, you lack the ability to relate to your characters, which is a key element in the first game. When you help the little girl in the hospital recuperate from her illness by donating money, you feel good about it, (plus she gives you a piece to a new weapon). It's the little things like that that seperates Legends from Legends 2. If something like that doesn't bother you, then the lock-on system in the game will. When fighting, you can lock-on to your enemies. Yet when I was fighting a boss to a level and I attempted to lock onto him, I kept locking on to an anoying flying object above me. Unless I was a few feet away from the boss, I would lock-on to something else, which is another annoying glitch still present from the first game. With bigger bosses and better graphics, this game can be much better than it's predecessor, yet in gameplay and character interaction it is lacking.
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