Mega Man ZX: The Light That Remains | Beneath the Tangles


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The Mega Man franchise has been one of my favorites ever since I was a kid. I recently purchased a Nintendo 3DS so I can finally catch up on all the Nintendo games and Japanese ports not available on any other system. The list of games that I have been craving to play is pretty long, and one of those is Mega Man ZX. This series starts years after the end of Mega Man Zero 4, which was a fantastic series by the way!

The original Mega Man for the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) was about a blue robot infused with a blaster on his arm. He would battle eight robot masters that were created by the evil Dr. Wily and were causing chaos everywhere. After each was defeated, their power was absorbed and used against the next boss. There were ten games in total, followed by the sequel series, Mega Man X, which consisted of eight games. The two heroes of MMX were X and Zero, reploids (human-like machines) created in the future to serve mankind. To me, they were my favorites because of their teamwork and different personalities.

In the present saga of Mega Man ZX, X and Zero are now called Model X and Model Z, respectively. They each have similar personalities to the originals and use similar fighting styles, too. So it’s nice to be able to switch easily between the two characters depending on the situation. You are able to acquire other Models that have different powers that come from past characters in MMZ.

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Samuru is a Christian, husband, teacher, anime fan, and a life long gamer. He was born in NYC and lives in Miami, FL. He also speaks Spanish and is of Cuban descent. When not conquering distant worlds via console or PC, he can be found reading, watching anime or Netflix, writing, exercising, or just enjoying life as a geek in the city.

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