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Mega Man X3
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2 years, 2 months ago at Jun 23 20:09
Third time's the charm. Like most sayings, it's a classic that we use every now and then. The only things that are for certain are death, taxes, and sequels. There's always a sequel, even if it's unjustified. All jesting aside, it may surprise some to know that Mega Man X3 was the sequel that almost never was....

Gazing upon a clipping saved from an old issue of Nintendo power (Volume... read more
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A Reploid scientist named Dr. Doppler begins creation of a new city for Reploids, which will bring a new era of peace to the Reploids and humans. But something goes terribly wrong, and now Mavericks have begun to appear everywhere! It's up to X and Zero to find out who is behind this Maverick revolt and bring them down for good!
Manufacturer: Capcom
Release date: 30 November 1995
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0013388130320 UPC: 013388130320
Platformer (2), Single Player (1), Sequel (1), Series (1), Robots (1), Mega Man (1), Action (1), SNES (1)
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Games Yet To Play (25 games items)
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Favorite video game music (360 games items)

"Kinuyo Yamashita Blast Hornet Crush Crawfish Intro Stage Blizzard Buffalo Gravity Beetle Zero's Theme Neon Tiger"


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Favorite Mega Man Tunes (21 games items)

" Title: Opening Stage Composer: Kinuyo Yamashita Mega Man X3's soundtrack is rather unique in that it - like the game - was outsourced rather than being produced in-house by Capcom. Kinuyo Yamashita worked for Konami at one point and actually penned the famous piece "Bloody Tears" from the Castlevania series. As far as this track goes this is one that has grown on me rather recently. Title: Gravity Beetle Stage Composer: Kinuyo Yamashita I just love the unyielding sense of freedom in this "


Ashley Winchester added this to a list 1 year, 2 months ago
AW's Game Log (93 games items)

" Picture of My profile Last Played: 12/13/10 Purchased: 07/03/09 (really wish I could have found it sooner) Playthrough: ??? (A handful of times) During my childhood (before the internet made almost anything a mere click away with the exception of plutonium) Mega Man X3 was the game that got away. I could never find a copy of it for sale and if I did I would have definitely broken the bank to buy it since Capcom's Cx4 technology drove the price up to seventy dollars and the production numbers "


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" Dr. Wily has a hidden lab/factory where all his real work takes place. The huge skull fortresses you fight through are decoys. Nearly every game, Dr. Wily has a massive skull-themed fortress which you blast your way through. And yet, despite destroying it every time, he's always ready to go next game. The truth is that all of Wily's real research happens in a secret lab that has not been found, or even suspected, by anybody. Probably because it's underground and well-hidden. From here is where"


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The Convoluted Mega Man X Storyline (11 games items)

" Picture of My profile Event 50: Dr. Doppler’s Contribution Thanks to the efforts of the reploid scientist Dr. Doppler, any further maverick activity has been prevented through the use of his Neuro Computer. Many reploids began to gather around Doppler and founded “Dopple Town,” a perfect utopian community. With Dr. Doppler’s guidance, the world seemed ready to enter a new golden age. Event 51: The Doppler Revolt A few months later, the robots that were to be neutralized by Dr. Doppler"


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AW's Game Collection (652 games items)

"No.035 / Added: 07.03.09 / Status: Played The Mega Man X game that almost never was, Mega Man X3 pretty much follows in the steps of its predecessor: it’s a solid game but a standard sequel with a few new bells and whistles like a semi-playable Zero. As plebeian as this makes the game sound, it also contains that peculiar grittiness that was coined in the second installment and it’s that feeling that both games are powered by today. Last Played: 12.13.10 / Overall: 7 out of 10"


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Ashley Winchester posted a review 2 years, 2 months ago

“Third time's the charm. Like most sayings, it's a classic that we use every now and then. The only things that are for certain are death, taxes, and sequels. There's always a sequel, even if it's unjustified. All jesting aside, it may surprise some to know that Mega Man X3 was the sequel that almost never was....

Gazing upon a clipping saved from an old issue of Nintendo power (Volume 78), Greg Ballard, President of Capcom USA, proudly announces the canceled cancellation of Mega Man X3, claiming "Mega Man X3 represents Capcom's commitment to the Super NES... and Mega Man's millions of fans." Despite how tongue-in-cheek that statement sounds now with eight plus games in the series, I can remember how blasphemous the thought of a canceling a Mega Man game sounded to me back then. U” read more

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SNES (552 games items)
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Mega Man X series (24 games items)

"Release: 1995 Mega Man X3 was the third game in the Mega Man X sub-franchise and the last to appear on the Super Nintendo console. Like its predecessor, Mega Man X2, Capcom included the Cx4 chip to allow for some limited 3D graphics and transparency effects. Also, Mega Man X3 was the first game in which Zero is a playable character in addition to X. It's also the first Mega Man game to feature multiple endings. The eight Mavericks in X3 are: Blast Hornet, Blizzard Buffalo, Gravity Beetle, To"