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  • Summary: Thirty years ago, in 1987, a super robot named Mega Man was created. In 2018 after 30 years of unforgettable adventures the fight for everlasting peace continues! The tight action-platformer gameplay that made the series a success is alive and well. To save the day, the Blue Bomber mustThirty years ago, in 1987, a super robot named Mega Man was created. In 2018 after 30 years of unforgettable adventures the fight for everlasting peace continues! The tight action-platformer gameplay that made the series a success is alive and well. To save the day, the Blue Bomber must battle Robot Masters and take their powerful weapons for himself, which now changes the hero's appearance with new levels of detail. A new, vivid visual style refreshes the series' iconic colorfulness, combining hand-drawn environments with detailed, 3D character models. Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 36 out of 47
  2. Negative: 1 out of 47
  1. Oct 2, 2018
    100
    Mega Man 11 is truly a memorable experience and is one of Mega’s finest adventures and it is highly recommended. The 8 bosses are all clever in design and their levels are very appropriate as well. Even if one made me almost rage quit. (Yes, you Bounce Man!) In a year with amazing games, I can see Mega Man 11 in my top 5 of 2018.
  2. Oct 1, 2018
    90
    Mega Man 11 brings the series to new heights. Every element of the game is glistening with polish. Yet, the core Mega Man formula remains largely unchanged. If you’re coming to this game looking for massive, sweeping shifts to the Blue Bomber’s oeuvre, you may come away disappointed. My disbelief at the growth that’s happened is tempered by the amount of growth in question. Make no mistake, these are small steps. But they still take Mega Man to a new place, one that I’m quite reluctant to leave. In spite of my constant, low-burning frustration, I've had a blast with this game. Fans can rest easy knowing that Capcom has brought the blue bomber back with a vengeance.
  3. 90
    Mega Man 11 is mechanically impressive, visually appealing, and gives the series the boost it needs to stand out from modern challengers. If Mega Man is a stranger to you, but you like platformers, just know that you’re going to be in uncharted territory. Returning fan or not, there is a very real possibility that you just might fall in love with this game.
  4. Oct 1, 2018
    83
    Mega Man 11 returns after a decade since its last installment, with more than thirty years of experience behind it to show us that the past wasn't always better, and that you can maintain a style for a long period of time without suffering the punishment of the ticking of the clock. It proves to be a game that is in perfect shape and to which both its general appearance and the remarkable design of its levels and characters endow it with quality beyond doubt.
  5. Oct 1, 2018
    80
    Quotation forthcoming.
  6. 80
    Mega Man 11 offers a successfully modernized take on the classic Mega Man experience and should please fans both old and new.
  7. Oct 1, 2018
    40
    But the game’s most egregious wrong is its stiff controls, which are reminiscent of those in Mega Man 7, the worst title in the series.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 9
  2. Negative: 0 out of 9
  1. Oct 4, 2018
    10
    From where do I even start? First of all, I never write reviews, but this game just deserves it.

    It's something very emotional for me.
    From where do I even start? First of all, I never write reviews, but this game just deserves it.

    It's something very emotional for me. Dating back in 2000, the NES was still rocking the day and my brother just got the first PC with some of the first PC games for us, but there was something very intriguing that for me in the game Mega Man 3, that made me play all of the entries in the series. Not only did I pass all of the mainline series, but the entire spin offs and everything Mega Man. It was sad for 8 long years to see capcom let him what seems like - death? No, never. He rose from the ashes with this blast - Mega Man 11! The game sure is the blue-bomber in all it's glory, in fact it goes well beyond that. It's a fantastic package, provides something for absolutely everybody with re-playability value through the roof. One of the most important things is to go blindly your first run at least. The treat you will get from finding the boss weakness chain is unmatched in any other games, but Mega Man. Returning it to the original form made it a true shining in the darkness amidst so called spiritual-successors like Mighty No.9 that flopped. I am not saying there aren't games that are as awesome as 20XX, but those are quite rare to find, if any other. Capcom proved that they can achieve something so good, they put a lot of care for all you blue-bomber fans as well as gathering new audience. Go buy Mega Man 11, you owe it to yourself. The game's near perfection and never ever does it drop frame-rate!

    All of you who grew up with the blue-bomber, you'll surely love it and if you find the voices irritating you can turn them off, but trust me that the voices are quite good and passionate for a Mega Man game(ahem Mega Man 8 I'm looking at you and your Dr. Wah-wee).

    The moment you fire up the game and get to the menu it will feel just like the first time you've booted your NES cartridge! If you're like me and grew up with someone you lost on your side watching you play it, this will surely be a great moment and may even make you cry, so go show your support to this beauty that Capcom made and let's not let Mega Man die again!!
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  2. Oct 2, 2018
    10
    Incredible game!! this is a real megaman not like the megaman x7 or x8, this is the right thing to do with the series.
  3. Oct 11, 2018
    10
    i love this game, its a love letter from real fans of megaman to real fans.
    thanks capcom, you started to make the right things =)
  4. Oct 2, 2018
    10
    a few things holding it back, but still a great addition the mega man series
  5. Oct 2, 2018
    10
    El juego se centra en el sistema de doble engranaje, el cual incluso los jefes tambien pueden hacer uso de éste, haciendo que las batallasEl juego se centra en el sistema de doble engranaje, el cual incluso los jefes tambien pueden hacer uso de éste, haciendo que las batallas sean más desafiantes. La música es agradable, y la actuación de voz es sólida. Hay también desafíos que hacer en los escenarios con puntuaciones. Por último, un trofeo Platino te espera. Expand
  6. Oct 12, 2018
    9
    MM11 perfectly blends the new school with the old school. As a Mega Man fan since the NES days, I felt right at home from the get go despiteMM11 perfectly blends the new school with the old school. As a Mega Man fan since the NES days, I felt right at home from the get go despite there being some modern stuff that wasn't there in the 80s. The stages are superlong and difficult (I played on Normal), the feeling of mastering a stage after many game overs is so good!! One thing I didn't felt was tight were the controls. Most of the time they were fluid and responsive but at times they felt inaccurate and sluggish and led to a few unnecessary deaths. Expand
  7. Oct 5, 2018
    7
    The game is okay, but it's not the best game in the Mega Man Classic style. For starters it controls too much like those games, despite theThe game is okay, but it's not the best game in the Mega Man Classic style. For starters it controls too much like those games, despite the fact that controls have improved greatly since then, yet at the same time it has moments in it's stages that are very much like Mega Man X, which is fine, but a little jarring given the differences between the two series.

    The stages themselves are mostly fantastic, but Bounce Man's is unbearably annoying to get used to and the controls making it even worse. The story is okay, but the voice acting is abysmal, like Mighty No. 9 bad at times, to the point where you wonder why they had it in the first place, and it just doesn't work as well as it should.

    If anything, a Mega Man Classic game in this style is fine, but it's also a reminder that we need to move on from that style a bit, because it's very nature in this day and age means it's going to be lacking in some regards. Releasing a Mega Man Classic style as an occasional side project is fine, but I'd rather have a game in the X, Mega Man Zero, or Legends style nay day of the week.

    Still, for it's shortcomings and frustrations, this game can be a ton of fun, and that's the main point of any game, to be enjoyable. I just, think I would have enjoyed it more if it were called Mega Man X9 or god forbid, Mega Man Legends 3.
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