I honestly don't see how this game could not get anything other than 10\10 cause it is not just graphics it is the action that takes place throughout this intensifying game. The models and how to obtain depending on the number of times you hit the model on the boss totaly kicks butt. I also enjoy the fascinating fact of the 2 stories and how they can tell different things about the new zx story lines. So if you read this and did not rate it a 10 then you are either 1)stupid, 2)not a true megaman fan, or 3)you just play and rate it trying to be cool when you are undoubtly SICK.
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If you are a fan of platforming games, you will find satisfaction in this title. This game looks and feels very similar to the Zero games on the gba, and that is a good and bad thing. The graphics are almost the =exact= same, which is mildly disappointing - however like they say - if it aint broke, dont fix it. This title plays like a standard platformer, except it is a bit more fun than most. As far as DS platforming games are concerned, Castlevania DoS is a better title than this one (not by much), however this is definately the second best available on this system, and yes - it is better than New Super Mario Brothers. Capcom has made all nintendo fans wait for a new and great megaman title (it seems as if theyve exclusively focused on the PSP this year), however trust me when I say this game was well worth the wait. Excellent story, multiple characters to play, easy, normal, and (unlockable) hard modes give this game a lifespan that is unusual for a megaman title. The only downside, as I said earlier, is in the graphics department - but the gameplay makes up for it, as do the amazing (and thankfully subbed, not dubbed) anime scenes featuring X and Zeros new looks. Very fun, very entertaining, a must play for all Nintendo DS owners.