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Mega Man 1

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Description

Join the blue bomber in his first-ever adventure as he battles the evil Dr. Wily and his robotic henchmen to restore peace to a troubled world. Mega Man is a super-robot created by the genius scientist Dr. Light. When Dr. Wily goes rogue with an army of six of his own devious robot masters, it’s up to Mega Man to put a stop to his nefarious plot by traversing a series of stages rife with enemies, traps and perilous platform challenges. By himself, he must break down and destroy the following empire leaders: Cutman, Gutsman, Iceman, Bombman, Fireman, Elecman, and Dr. Wily.

Product Details

UPC:

013388110070

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Action & Adventure

Platform:

Nintendo NES

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

ESRB:

Everyone

Part Number:

NES_MEGA_MAN_1

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Mega Impressive!
Mega man 1 is the opener to the one of the greatest series of all time. It is very challenging and you must be on point. There are many power ups to get throughout the levels and robotic enemies along the way. I love when you get to the boss robots and you enter the steel doorway. It's like, get ready cause now it's go time. Time to focus and power up. If you've never played any of the mega man series, get one quick. Thanks Lukie Games!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from San Antonio, TX on
5
5 Stars
lukie delivers again
never played this game and hope to be turned on to the series. ordered the game from lukie and was not disappointed at all. from the excellent condition of the game to the shipping. overall a very satisfied customer.
Reviewed by: from windsor ontario canada on
5
5 Stars
Challenging, but Amazing!
The original Mega Man is one of the best NES games ever made! The essential game play is like rock-paper-scissors. Knowing what weapons each Robot Master is weak to is the key to completing this game. It took me about 6.5 hours (over several days) to figure out all the Robot Masters' weaknesses. Now it takes about 50 minutes to an hour to complete the game. It is very challenging, but really fun. Mega Man also has some of the best music of any NES title.
Reviewed by: from Louisville, KY on
5
5 Stars
Mega Man
Mega Man has been around for a long time, and once you play this first installment of the series you'll know why! Capcom knocked it out of the park with this one! I recommend this game to anyone who is up for some classic platforming action. High, high replay value!
Reviewed by: from Winchester, IN on
5
4 Stars
W.D.'s Review of Mega Man
Mega Man has gained immense popularity with seven different series of Mega Man since 1987. Not only games but multiple TV series with comic books and manga books which is far more then the Italian plumber ever achieved. Even though Mario is a better known name, if you compare the amount of games of merchandise, Mega Man is winning. Now, my first Mega Man game Mega Man Battle Network in my dentist’s office so I am by no means a long term fan, though after doing some research along with some game time with the original Mega Man, I got some time to appreciate the series. Mega Man did not start out as a kid controller Mega Man in some weird warped form of the internet. No, it was not nearly as complicated. Actually, the very plot line is hard to find. At first look, you’re not going to find much story. You are power man and have six mighty foes to destroy. This is no arena game, oh no, you’ll have plenty of annoying minions of each foe. You’ll notice that each foe has one of two different styles. Foes such as the Fireman will initially have more environment challenges while Iceman will have more combat challenges. These combat challenges are not a muffin walking sideways nor is it a barrel. These minions differ but all pose a challenge. The minions are much more complex, such as the robots at the beginning of the Iceman world where after the initial destruction, you see that all you have done is destroyed there legs and created a much more annoying flying robot. You will have to shoot when they glide low or jump and shoot before they get a chance to hit you. They cannot be avoided by just jumping over them and running ahead. I only completed the Iceman stage and just looked at the beginning of the rest so perhaps the rest would have given some story but I ended up looking it up. So, Mega Man does in fact pose a challenge, much more so then Donkey Kong and Super Mario Bros. and has better game play, in opinion I suppose. So, since we see Mega Man as a platform game with shooting, why did it grow so much? What is so special that people were willing to pay to play? Well, at its time, it was unique. It was a much larger game then the popular Super Mario Bros. Mario was a straight line of breaking into castle and finding mushrooms dressed as princesses while Mega Man gave the player a choice of which they want to play and in what order. Plus, in Mega Man we gained different abilities after defeating a boss to use for future game play. So, going through all the levels gave players a reason to fight tooth and nail so at the end we have an amazingly powerful Mega Man. So, with all the different levels and being allowed to choose which level to play and unlocking abilities, all these things gave Mega Man massive replay ability. Mega Man can be hard and challenging sometimes and the game does encourage defeating some bosses before others but you’re not forced. So to tackle Fireman before Iceman would be more of a challenge but hey, a challenging game is a good thing. So these minor things are easily overlooked. In the end, I would recommend Mega Man to any retrogamer.
Reviewed by: from Orlando on
4
5 Stars
Great product and service!
This was the first time that I bought products via Lukie Games and I am very satisfied with the product and service. When I received the mega man product, I opened it as I usually do with other products that I buy, to clean it and to make sure the product is good in order not to break my Nintendo. However, for the Lukie Games product, I did not have to clean it. The product was like a new one. Since, I have played many hours and I had lots of fun! I recommand Lukies Games to all Nintendo geeks and I will sure buy other products with Lukie Games.
Reviewed by: from Montreal, Canada on
5
4 Stars
mega man
hello. this is the first game in the Mega Man series. Originally released in 1987. This was a really good game. Basically you must defeat Dr. Wily who is trying to take over the world. You control Mega Man and go through many different levels. It is a very simple game and can easily be mastered by anyone. All you can do is move, jump, and shot. You jump over some obstacles and you shot enemies to destroy them. Enemies turn random items. You can also try to get around the enemies such as Big Eye. The reaction time can be slow sometimes. To start you choose one robot master from the stage select screen and go through the level, at the end of the level you fight the boss you selected. Afterwards you get one of the bosses weapons to use and another robot master is weak to the weapon you get. Basically if you select the correct order in which to fight the robot masters then you shouldn't have to much trouble during the battles. You have to fight at least one boss with the M Buster. In this game there are only 6 robot masters, in the later games there are 8. Also you can not use a password to continue. I noticed that if you get attacked by an enemy and land on the spikes then you die, you don't even get those few seconds of invincibility like the later ones. It's not a big deal anymore but that really got on my nerves in some levels at first. The game doesn't have much of a story but then again neither do any of the other Mega Man games on the NES. Also it was kind of easy compared to the later ones so if you are looking for a challange then I would reccomend either Mega Man 3 or 5.
Reviewed by: from Denver on
4

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