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Mega Man 10 - Wii

Mega Man 10 - Wii
alaScore 88

40 reviews

Sep, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 40 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the action. The value for money also gets good comments.

value for money, action

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Mega Man 10 (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Mega Man 10

 

Old-school will never die, but you will, over and over. Out of all the ideas flowing out of Capcom lately, I still think the best one was to take everyone's...

Tons of content ; Great stage designs ; Old-school look and feel ; Challenge rooms

Disappointing music ; Easy mode is an insult

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Mega Man 10 DLC: Bass and Special Stage 1

 

The first two batches of Mega Man 10 DLC are out, and both are tailor-made to please the most loyal of Mega Man fans. Bass mode and Special Stage 1 bring us characters who have never been seen in...

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Mega Man 10

 

The 10th installment in this long-running franchise proves that some formulas don't need to change.

Challenging action without feeling cheap ; Bosses are satisfying to conquer ; Proto Man is an enjoyable alternative to Mega Man ; Challenges provide additional obstacles to overcome ; Online leaderboards allow you to watch the best players’ runs

Some of the boss designs are just dumb ; Uninspired soundtrack

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Mega Man 10

 

Two years ago, fans of the "classic" Mega Man series were knocked off their sofas with the announcement of Mega Man 9, a retro-revival of the franchise that dominated the NES like no other third party offering could. We downloaded it from the Wii Shop...

Easy mode is a great option for those who need/want it; platforming insanity is still there for those who love it

Most of the weapons are outright useless except to exploit boss weaknesses

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Mega Man 10

 

Capcom's retro revival continues in rock hard style

Brutal difficulty ; Satisfying to beat even one level ; Extra challenges extend replay value

Brutal difficulty ; No modern game mechanics ; Embarrassing-to-play Easy mode

And for the rest of us there's the shameful Easy mode, which basically plasters bubble wrap over everything in the game to stop you hurting yourself. Choose this option and it probably gets flagged up at Capcom HQ, so the level designers can shake...

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Mega Man 10

 

Tenth time, same as the ninth.

The new “easy mode” drains any bragging rights from players who beat the hourlong game, as it lavishes them with 1-ups at nearly every turn. Perhaps unfairly, the harder difficulties have confused “challenging” with “just add in a ton of bottomless...

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Mega Man 10

 

So excited for this! Mega Man 9 kicked my behind, but I still cannot wait to torment myself again. Wait, maybe I'm a masochist? Post a Comment

Mega Man 10 is a wonderfully challenging package wrapped up in a charming, 8-bit time capsule. It has its tongue planted firmly in cheek and delivers a ridiculously fun experience for all.

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Mega Man 10 Review

 

Torture defined (and enjoyed).

Looks and plays like a third-generation videogame; amazingly difficult

Looks and plays like a third-generation videogame; amazingly difficult

Speaking of, I'm not entirely sure, at this point, where I'd park MM10 in terms of relative classic-Mega-Man quality. It's not quite up to the shining standards of Mega Man 2 and the extremely underrated Mega Man 5 (and I'm dead serious about that --...

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Mega Man 10 Review

 

It's fun, but Capcom's latest fails to capitalize on its predecessor in a meaningful way.

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Mega Man 10 Preview

 

Capcom's Blue Bomber and Proto Man return for more 8-bit style goodness.

Preview courtesy of RunDLC.

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