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Author: pickhut
Posted: October 06, 2018 (04:57 AM)
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Ha, I went to sleep thinking everyone is too busy doing other games and horror titles to have time for a possible Mega Man 11 review, and I wake up staring at your submission on the front page!

Very interesting read, especially compared to my experience with the game! I actually really liked the longer levels and tougher difficulty setting. I also wasn't too impressed with the Double Gear system, as I personally didn't find much use for it. That's why I always like reading others' views on a game I just finished reviewing, as it's nice to see a different perspective on the same product. Nice read.


I head spaceshit noises.

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Author: joseph_valencia
Posted: October 06, 2018 (02:36 PM)
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This review reflects my thoughts on the demo exactly. The stage was too long, and the difficulty level is ludicrously high even when compared to the original NES games. I'm also not a fan of the Double Gear system. I've noticed that people can't decide whether it's meant to be a crux for newbies or an essential mechanic. A straightforward Mega Man experience would be better.


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