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Mega Man Legacy Collection, known as Rockman Classics Collection (ロックマン クラシックス コレクション) in Japan, is a game collection from the classic Mega Man series produced by Capcom and Digital Eclipse. Its digital release was on August 25, 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows (via Steam), and 2016 for Nintendo 3DS. A physical release was released on February 23, 2016.[1] A release for the Nintendo Switch was released on May 22nd 2018.[2] It contains the first six Mega Man games with high definition 8-bit graphics and additional content.[3]

The physical 3DS release also has a limited version titled Collector's Edition (Limited Edition in Japan). The North American version contains a golden Mega Man amiibo and six postcards,[4] while the Japanese version includes a Wily Numbers cover jacket, a Rockman notebook with research journal entries by Dr. Light,[5] five pixelated sticky tags, a large box and two download codes for 3DS themes.

A sequel was announced on June 5, 2017 Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 for the PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One, which consists of Mega Man 7, Mega Man 8, Mega Man 9, and Mega Man 10 which was released on August 8, 2017.[6]

Games included

Extras

  • A database with details about the enemies in the games. The player can also have practice battles against each Robot Master.
  • An expansive challenge mode with replays and leaderboards.
  • A museum with an exhaustive collection of sketches, art and other visual materials at high resolutions.
    • The 3DS and Switch versions contain over 100 extra images, including images of boxes, cartridges, and Japanese manuals.[8][9]
  • A collection of music where players can listen to the entire soundtrack from all 6 games, though each music track has a limit to how long they can play it turns off based on the length of that track.
  • The version of the game released on the Nintendo Switch includes a rewind option, which allows the player to rewind the game at any point in the game which also allows the player to correct any potential mistakes.[2]

Achievements

These are the achievements and trophies for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam versions of Mega Man Legacy Collection.

Image Name Description PSN
Trophy Class
Xbox Live
Gamescore
Rock and Roll Stop Dr. Wily's plans and complete the original Mega Man. Bronze 50
The Mystery of Dr. Wily Take out the Alien and complete Mega Man 2. Bronze 50
The End of Dr. Wily?! Turn Gamma to scrap metal and complete Mega Man 3. Bronze 50
A New Ambition!! Escape the Skull Castle and complete Mega Man 4. Bronze 50
Proto Man's Trap Discover the truth about Proto Man and complete Mega Man 5. Bronze 50
The Greatest Battle Ever! Unmask Mr. X and complete Mega Man 6. Bronze 50
Full Set Complete all six Mega Man games. N/A 100
Bronze x1 Earn 1 bronze medal by completing a Challenge. Bronze 5
Bronze x10 Earn 10 bronze medals by completing Challenges. N/A 20
Bronze x25 Earn 25 bronze medals by completing Challenges. N/A 25
Bronze x50 Earn 50 bronze medals by completing Challenges. Bronze 30
Silver x1 Earn 1 silver medal by completing a Challenge. N/A 10
Silver x10 Earn 10 silver medals by completing Challenges. N/A 20
Silver x25 Earn 25 silver medals by completing Challenges. N/A 25
Silver x50 Earn 50 silver medals by completing Challenges. Silver 40
Gold x1 Earn 1 gold medal by completing a Challenge. Bronze 15
Gold x10 Earn 10 gold medals by completing Challenges. N/A 20
Gold x25 Earn 25 gold medals by completing Challenges. N/A 25
Gold x50 Earn 50 gold medals by completing Challenges. Silver 40
Dr. Wily Forever Complete the Dr. Wily Forever Challenge. N/A 50
All You Need is Mega Buster Complete any Challenge marked with "NO ITEMS." N/A 50
All Appearing Blocks Complete the "ALL APPEARING BLOCKS" Challenge. Silver 50
Bring Them All On! Complete the "ALL ROBOT RUSH" Challenge. Gold 75
Unstoppable Complete the "ALL ROBOT RUSH (NO ITEMS)" Challenge. N/A 100

Trivia

  • Wily & Right's RockBoard: That's Paradise was considered to be included as an unlockable, but ultimately ended up getting dropped.[10]
  • Due to Capcom handling the new release of Mega Man 6 in North America as part of this collection instead of Nintendo, the "Licensed by Nintendo" disclaimer from the original release has been removed.
  • The game sold over one million copies.[11]
  • In the original article announcement from Capcom Unity for the Nintendo Switch version, it was mentioned that the other previous releases of this game would be given a patch update to use the rewind option on their respective systems. However this patch update never came to pass, nor was it mentioned again in later articles from Capcom Unity prior to the release of the Switch version.

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