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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by TmP_stryk, Oct 29, 2003.
1228 - Megaman Zero 2 EUR 64 Mbits (Patience)
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So, the EURO version is out already, eh? Kewl! I can't even get past half of the first mission though.
EDIT: DMB you are extremely sad.
I cant get past the first 10 minutes of this game.
Thank God there is someone else who has the same problems as me! I just can't believe it!
I think this game should have been a tincy bit easier...No, alot easier. It's too flippin' hard!
It isn't THAT hard. You should try out the harder levels... Now THAT'S hard! I noticed the different text at the start menu, why bother changing it?
dunno, btw, it isn't a multi something release. so i think only english. The original logo looks much more better than this-
ewwwww whats with the ugly startup screen? >.< also both Megaman Zero games are extremely hard ive never got past the first boss in ether of them
I beat USA one but had to use +17 trainer... ahaha
I had REAL problems with the boss which you face on the train mission. That thing was so fucking hard... Took me AGES to complete. It's hard enough having to start from the begining of the level when you loose to the boss but the way the life system is made is terrible. If you're left with one life after saving the game and you keep loosing on a level you'll always have to restart the whole level (which can be very long) thus making the game almost impossible to complete unless cheating in one way or another. The extra life icons rarely appear in the game and they're pretty hard to get...
Wow, they really dumbed down the title screen.
i know that play games w/o trainers or cheats is the true way to play those. But i'm of the idea that a lil "Help" can make the life easy. W/o enable everything, it's good to have only the Unlimited Lifes turned on. Besides, we can use all the things in a trainer for a rom, but not for the original cart (i'm talkin to use it w/o PAR devices). It's a good way to test the game deeply b4 buyin it.
It it isn't a multi release. Why change the title screen? Weird, but whatever
The only boss I beat was the one with the moving blocks and he has snake like arms and I only beat him because as I kept dying a repeating the levels my saber got powered up and I just slashed at him.
Hehe I think that was probably one of the easiest bosses so far, it's just getting there which can be tricker later on. Apart from that it's totally easy.
lol, weird strategy but it works.
You sure are weak for this game, it's true it's somewhat hard, but I beat it in just a couple of days, and I can actually play only one hour a day.
There is no need for cheatcodes.
this game seems pretty hard at first, especially if you're playing it casually, but if you actually make some attempt at it, you get better at it fairly
Yes I agree, the first three missions were pretty hard but after leveling up on my weapons and getting a better feel of the controls I was able to complete the following four or so mission pretty easily, I'm still not finished though and the missions are becoming much harder.
I didn't find it hard at all unless you're going for S rank constantly, which you really should only do on a few bosses at first and try for it on a New Game +.
If you have problems, do what I do. Go back to the desert at the start BEFORE any missions and level up your weapons. Get at least the charge saber, the charge chain rod, and the charge buster, though I'd suggest getting the quickcharge version of each.
Also, remember that you can get forms by doing unusual things in each level -- try reflecting thirty or more bullets with the Shield Boomerang in one mission, or PULLING (not just hitting) things 30 times with the chain rod in one level. You'll like the results.
On a related note, yeah, who stole the title screen?