|Date Released|| December 9th, 2011 (ThatOneVideoWebsite)|
January 25th, 2012 (That One Video Gamer)
|Completionist Rating||Play It!|
|Link||Megaman Legends - Invasion of The Lego people - The Completionist Episode 10|
Mega Man Legends, known in Japan asRockman DASH Hagane no Bōkenshin (ロックマンDASH 鋼の冒険心Rokkuman Dasshu Hagane no Bōkenshin?, lit. "Rockman DASH Adventurous Spirit of Steel"), is an action-adventure game released by Capcom. It is the first game in the Mega Man Legends sub-series ofMega Man games from Capcom, and the first major 3D polygonal Mega Man title released in the franchise. It was released on the PlayStation in 1997 in Japan and in 1998 in North America. A Nintendo 64 port was released in 2000 with the same title, but it was renamed Mega Man 64 for the English release in 2001. Another port was released for Microsoft Windows in 2001, and PlayStation Portable in 2005, with the latter exclusively in Japan.
It stars a different spiritual incarnation of Mega Man named Mega Man Volnutt, the game'splayable character. Mega Man Volnutt is a "Digger", a person in charge of investigating ruins from a flooded Earth. During his journey with his friends, their ship crashes in Kattelox Island, where Mega Man decides to confront pirates who are attacking it to obtain its hidden treasure. As an action-adventure game, Mega Man Legends 's gameplay is very different from the ones of the original series despite sharing a few elements.
The Completionist Edit
Jirard notes that the graphics haven't aged well, but were impressive for an early PS1 game. However, he's very fond of the voice acting, and considers it one of his favorite parts of the game.
On the other hand, Jirard finds the controls to be clunky, and take some time to get used to. He also wishes the game had a lock-on and shoot mechanic. He also finds gathering money tedious. Though he finds the upgrades and shop system satisfying.