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So then, time to start up with this game. I spoke of this game a few times in some of my previous videos, and this is still something I'd much rather play than any of the Eons of Dreams series (or any of Sloth's other hacks, for that matter).
This fan-game itself has slipped under the radar to some extent, most likely due to being overshadowed by Unlimited and Revolution. It's kind of a shame, since for all this game's crippling flaws, it has a lot of neat ideas and good potential with its content. You'll see what I mean as this playthrough goes on.
Anyways, as for the story I skipped over: Mega Man gets a bit concerned due to there not being any attacks from Dr. Wily in some time (who wouldn't be suspicious of him if he did?), and soon creates a team of 8 previous Robot Masters (in which some outright came back from the dead, somehow) to fight against any threats that may arise. Dr. Light also creates...ugh...'Justice Man' (basically a red colored Mega Man - it's almost like a Sonic Recolor, if you would) to help Mega Man with all this. Several months go by, a Robot Rebellion happens, and the 8 RM's that Mega Man hired have gone missing.
The story is easily the worst part of this game, but the gameplay itself isn't all that bad. You're just gonna have to trust me on that one if you were heavily put off by that little synopsis (and my guess is that you most likely were). For what it's worth, though, this game does have some pretty decent aspects to it that are worth seeing.
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