PrimeTime101

MMX7 that bad?

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So through various news outlets, game reviews, and word of mouth...I have heard nothing but bad things about Mega Man X7.

From a trophy perspective is it that bad?

I've never played it, but I plan on trying it after I'm done with MMXC1.

Just want to know the PSNProfile's user thoughts!

 

Thanks in advance.

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It’s bad but (in my and probably only my opinion) it’s fun-bad. I have a low tolerance for boring games so I’m not sure why it was enjoyable for me. The voice acting is god awful but some of the levels were enjoyable.

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Yeah it's pretty bad. I didn't even bother getting the second part of the collection. X through 4 are the only ones I really care about.

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It really is just god awful. The trophies aren't bad, but there really isn't anything this game does well. Voice acting, level design, movement, and the boss fights are just terrible. 

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It killed the series for a while for me.  I remember buying it on launch too and was like...wut?  


Tornado Tonion...just no. 

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Short answer: Yes.

 

I thought it will be not that bad. Maybe it will be like Megaman Legends, turns out, it's not. THAT SPACE FIELD stage - whyyyy??? I almost gave up with that one. Did I had fun? I dunno. I was just holding square button most of the time. I guess it made me like Axl. Lastly, thabk Goodness that there is an option for Japanese voice. Hard-boiled Zero? Pass.

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