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Rockman Xover (ロックマン クロスオーバー Rokkuman Kurosuōbā?, "Rockman Crossover") is a game announced at Gamescon for the iOS phone platform. It was released on November 29, 2012, and is now available for both the iOS and Android devices; it has also been released in Korea. The game contains characters from the entire Mega Man franchise.

Plot Overview

Dr. Wily, Sigma and other villains from the series have come together to wreak havoc, creating chaos in their wake. To counter this, the brilliant legendary minds of Dr. Light and Dr. Cossack have come together to create a new kind of Mega Man that would be able to combat this dark alliance.

Gameplay

Deviating from the traditional Mega Man formula, Rockman Xover is a social RPG. The player character is a new highly customizable Mega Man: OVER-1, who can gain strength through Battle Memory scattered across the world. The social part of the game will allow players to team up in order to fight against enemy robots. The stages are "on-rail", OVER-1 walking forward while the player makes him shoot and jump to defeat enemies, and the gameplay changes to a turn-based RPG battle when encountering bosses.

Getting Started

Login

Game Start

Upon starting the app, one must wait about seven to ten minutes for the game to access the servers. Once this is done, it’ll only take about three seconds the next time the app is opened.

There will be two orange buttons when the game is done loading. The top button, "Game Start", is the option to start the game without backing up the data through social means. This means if the user deletes this app without connecting to a social network, the file will be lost. The other button, which opens up to three more buttons, are ways to link up to social network accounts such as Twitter, Facebook, and Mixi. If the user connects to any of these, the file will be safe whether the app is deleted from the phone/tablet.

Login 2

Character name

After that screen, there will be two textfields. The top one is the username that will be associated with the player's character. It can only be eight characters long and can practically be any language (Japanese, Greek, etc.). The bottom textfield is for referral codes. If the player has someone’s code, it can be put there, but it’s not mandatory.

Next comes the tutorial. OVER-1 can jump and shoot, and if he doesn't shoot he will charge energy for a charge shot. There's the normal shot which will kill most enemies, then thee levels of a charge shot. The first charged shot will kill any enemy, second level will go through two enemies, and third level will go through three enemies. The only thing worth noting is that after OVER-1 uses a Giga Crush (which kills everything on screen), it’ll take approximately ten full charge shots to fill it up again.

Then there is the boss which is turned based with only two buttons. Normal Shot and Charge Shot. The charged shot will charge up whenever OVER-1 attacks or gets damaged. Then there is a short explanation of Battle Memories, and how to buy the first Gacha pack, which is like a booster pack of Battle Memories, and the player will be booted to the main menu.[1]

Menus

Main Menu

Menu

Main menu

  • The green icon with three cards is the "Enhancement" (強化?) menu. Here, the player can equip Battle Memories, equip Armor, fuse Battle Memories, and sell Battle Memories.
  • The blue icon with OVER-1 shooting is the Quest (クエスト?) button.  Here the player can select a World and play stages.
  • The yellow icon is the Gacha (ガシャ Gasha?) menu. This is where players can purchase new cards with Silver Zenny (obtained through playing levels and fighting Quest Bosses) or Gold Zenny (bought with real money).  Or Neji Point (NP) Gachas.  If the player get a Ticket Gacha through events and daily logins, it can be used here as well.
  • The purple icon with the two shots is the Battle Arena (バトルアリーナ?) menu.  This is where one can fight other players and win Arena Coins for their Arena Shop (located in the Arena menu).
  • The green icon with two OVERs on it is the Team Battle (チームバトル?) menu. Players fight Team Bosses with a partner while competing to get more points than the other team. At first this icon is greyed out, as players won't be assigned a partner until the end of one week after starting the game.
  • The purple icon with the Yellow Devil in it is the Master Boss (マスターボス?) menu.  This is where one can summon Master Bosses (requires 9 Map Parts from Stage Segments) or fight Master Bosses from friends.
  • The teal icon with a Pac-Man-like figure is the Chat (チャット?) menu.  Generally, this is where other players come to chat and show off their OVER setups as well as Super Rare cards. Keep in mind that the majority of it will be in Japanese.
  • The light blue icon with nine circles is the "Others" (その他 Sonota?) menu.  Here there will be more menus that are generally self-explanatory (sound, status, etc.).  The most notably is the Friend List menu, the teal icon with two hands shaking. Here the player can view friends, accept/reject friend requests, and view the user's unique ID (used for referrals and getting other players to add the player). Be sure to click on the "Thumbs Up" icon in the Friends List menu to collect 10 Zenny per friend (1000 Zenny with the max of 100 friends). It can be done once every day and is a good source of Zenny in the early parts of the game. Also there is a colored indicator next to peoples names in the friends list. Red means they are very active, yellow means they are kind of active, green means they are not very active, and blue means they are rarely active.[1]

Quests

World 1

Each World has four stages and one secret stage where the player jumps and shot at enemies before facing the boss. The element of these stages determine what elemental Battle Memories will drop and what element the boss will be.  When all four bosses are beaten, a secret stage will open up. If the secret stage boss is beaten, the player will gain access to a new armor. But before starting, take notice of the EP cost of each stage. The big yellow bar at the top is the player's current EP. Each stage will cost EP, and players must wait it to refill if they don't have enough. EP recovers at a rate of five minutes per 1 EP.

There are seven different types of items that can drop from enemies:

XoverItemMemoryBattle MemoryA random Battle Memory.
XoverItemMapMap PartsCollect 9 of these and you can summon a Master Boss.
The player can get a maximum of three per run.
XoverItemSLE
Small Life EnergyRecovers 1 EP.
XoverItemBLE
Large Life EnergyRecover 2 EP.
XoverItemSWE
Small Weapon EnergyRecovers 1 PP.
XoverItemBWE
Large Weapon EnergyRecovers 2 PP.
XoverItemNeji
Neji Points (NP)Screws. Gives the player 10 NP used for NP Gachas.
These only appear in the Special 8-Bit World.

After beating a stage the player will complete a % of that stage depending on its difficult level. Each stage has a max level of 8. Every 2 levels of beating a stage the stages EP cost will increase by its starting EP cost and the number of times the player has to beat the stage to reach the boss increases. The higher the level of a stage the more Battle Memories drop and the better chance of getting higher leveled level specific Battle Memories.

Boss Battles

Boss fights await in the end of stage with a 100% completion rate. When a boss is selected, it will always prompt the player to know if he wants to change the Battle Memory setup before the fight (the top button is "No", and the bottom button "Yes").

From World 1 to World 2 (sans Sigma) players won't need much thought in what Battle Memories they have equipped to beat the bosses at Level 1. From World 3 and onward, players will need to start thinking about what they are using and level up the Battle Memories they plan to keep using. From here on out, bosses become exponentially stronger. "General rule of thumb for beating a stage boss is this: can you finish them with a Lv. 1 Charge Shot? If you can’t reach a Level 1 Charge Shot or it doesn’t kill the boss, you're too weak."[1]

Master Bosses

Upon collecting nine Map Parts from stage segments, players will be able to summon a Master Boss.  These bosses will carry the same level as the current OVER and require an EP cost reflecting the level.  So if the player is using a Level 9 OVER-3, the Master Boss will be Level 9 and require 9 EP to be fought.

To summon a boss (with the required 9 Map Parts), select the purple icon with a Yellow Devil on it and touch the top banner with a black hole. The player will be treated to a cutscene of the Flutter going into a wormhole to find the Master Boss.

Anyone on the user's Friend List can fight his Master Boss, and likewise the user can fight his friends’ Master Bosses. When the player fight a Master Boss, anyone before him who has lost against the boss will also be fighting on his side.

Mast Boss 1

Upon entering a fight with a Master Boss, two prompts will appear before the fight.  The first one will ask if the user wants to use a Rescue Call. This item will summon five other OVERs to fight alongside the player. Press “No” to skip it. The second prompt will ask if the user wants to change Battle Memories before the fight. Like normal bosses, this is the same prompt, so one can also skip this or select “Yes” to change the current setup.

Once a Master Boss is defeated, everyone participating in the fight will be awarded Battle Memories. Depending on the player's rank, there will be a higher chance of receiving rare Battle Memories. Another factor in Battle Memory rarity is the level of the Master Boss.  Higher-level bosses will drop rarer Battle Memories, even at certain levels will guarantee at least a Rare drop. It is possible to get Super Rares and Super Rare+’s from any level Master Boss. If the player is stuck at any point with the current Battle Memory setup, it is recommended to spend EP fighting Master Bosses in hopes of getting Rare+, Super Rare, and Super Rare+ Battle Memories.[1]

Team Battles

Team Battle 1

Players must sign up for Team Battles every Sunday/Monday for the following week. Don't worry if the Team Battle icon is grayed out in the beginning of the game, as players must wait one week before they can start participating in Team Battles. In Team Battles, the user is assigned a partner to fight against another pair of players to see who can gain the most points from fighting Team Bosses.  At the end of the week (at around 3:30AM Japan Time), cards will be rewarded to all players whether they win or lose and new teammates will be assigned. The winning team will have a higher chance of receiving rarer Battle Memories than the losing teams.

Team Battle 2

As mentioned before, to find a Team Boss, players will need to play a stage segment. With luck, at the end of a stage segment, one will encounter a Team Boss, who will quickly make a getaway before the stage is completed.

Back at the Team Battle menu, The user's boss will be waiting there where he can be challenged at the cost of a max PP bar. It takes 1 hour and 30 minutes to fully regain a PP bar. Depending on how much damage it receives (as well as excess damage exceeding the boss’ remaining health) the player will gain points for the team. Notice that bosses come in two varieties: high health with low damage (Mecha Dragon and Giant Metall, Silver Met and Gold Met), and low health with high damage (Mole Borer, Armor Soldier, and RT-55J). For more points, hunt down Mecha Dragons, Giant Metalls, Silver Mets and Gold Mets. Some bosses also have elements assigned to them, so players can use their weakness to gain an upper hand.

If there’s a Team Boss with really low health and the user doesn’t want to fight it, just wait it out.  Either someone else will kill it or it’ll go away in 12 hours.[1]

Battle Arena

Battle Arena 1

The Battle Arena is where players battle against themselves up to 5 times a day. If an opponent is successfully defeated, the player will switch ranks with them and gain 100 Arena Coins. Defeated players will get 25 Arena Coins. The search results can be randomized by scrolling all the way to the bottom of the players and pressing the red button.  At the end of the week, players are awarded extra Arena Coins depending on their rank as well as rare Battle Memories, but only if the rank is 25 or higher.

One thing to pay attention to is the Field Element. Depending on certain hours, players with Battle Memories that share the same element as the field will get a parameter increase.  It’s best to strike when the elements are aligned in the user's favor and not for the opponents.

The button on the top right allows to purchase Buster Parts and Gear Parts to improve the overall stats in the Arena. If the player wants to know what the part does, select it and it’ll give a basic multiplier of what stats increase. Essentially, Skill Parts increase the chance of Skills activating while Accel improves Bonus Lines and Bonus Spots.

Players can also fuse Parts together to make them more powerful, but it is highly recommend to not do it, as it will require four 2000 Arena Coin parts to get a measly +1% upgrade. Just save up for the next big upgrade.

Occasionally there is a bonus time that occures that bost the player's rank up by a lot for a short amount of time in which bonus points can be get for winning.[1]

Element System

Elements

Elements

Like the Mega Man Battle Network and Mega Man Star Force series, the elemental system works like this: Fire (Red) beats Wood, Wood (Green) beats Elec, Elec (Yellow) beats Water, and Water (Blue) beats Fire. Neutral (White) is neutral, obviously. While having a boss’ weakness may be advantageous at first, fighting a boss that’s good against the player will be much harder.[1]

Characters

Bosses

World 1

XoverWorld1

World 1 is based on the first Mega Man X video game. The enemies in this world are Batton Bone and Ray Bit.

XoverBlueChill Penguin BM004-BM009- BM013WETBM022c.ATK ↑ Σ
XoverYellowSpark Mandrill BM005-BM010- BM014DEF ↓BM019c.ATK ↑ β
XoverGreenStorm Eagle BM003-BM008- BM012ATK ↓BM021DEF ↑ Σ
XoverRedFlame Mammoth BM002-BM007- BM011HEATBM020ATKΣ
XoverBlueSecret boss: Vile BM147c.BOOSTαBM154DEF ↑ α BM152HEALαBM018DEF ↑ β

World 2

XoverWorld2

World 2 is based on the first Mega Man X video game. Enemies are Crusher , Spiky and Metall FX.

XoverGreenBoomer Kuwanger BM026-BM107- BM044DEF ↑ αBM035ATK ↓
XoverYellowLaunch Octopus BM028-BM105- BM046c.ATK ↑ αBM023c.ATKΣ
XoverBlueArmored Armadillo BM027-BM085- BM045DEF ↑ αBM036WET
XoverRedSting Chameleon BM025-BM113- BM043ATK ↑ αBM034HEAT
XoverWhiteSecret boss: Sigma BM024-BM106- BM101ATKαBM033ATKβ

World 3

XoverWorld3

World 3 is based on the first Mega Man video game. Enemies are Bunby Top DX and Crazy Razy.

XoverGreenCut Man BM114-BM133- BM084DEF ↑ ΣBM118SLOW
XoverYellowElec Man BM108-BM115- BM086ATK ↑ ΣBM120c.BOOSTβ
XoverBlueIce Man BM103-BM104- BM131ATK ↑ ΣBM119WET
XoverRedFire Man BM121-BM135- BM083ATK ↑ αBM109ATK ↑ Ω
XoverWhite

Secret boss: Dr. Wily

(inside Wily Machine 1)

BM149HEALαBM128- BM129ATK ↓BM060DEFα

World 4

XoverWorld4

World 4 is based on the Mega Man Battle Network series. Enemies are Fishy and Beetank.

XoverBlueSharkMan.EXE BM111HEALαBM140-
BM148c.ATK ↑ μ
BM163C.ATK ↑ α
XoverRedHeatMan.EXE BM139-BM142DEF ↓ BM102c.ATK ↑ αBM161ATK ↑ α
XoverGreenWoodMan.EXE BM144ATK ↑ μBM145DEF ↑ μ BM110DEF ↑ ΩBM017DEF ↑ β
XoverYellowThunderMan.EXE BM126-BM127- BM112c.ATK ↑ ΩBM164DEF ↑ α
XoverWhite

Secret boss:

Dream Virus

BM132-BM134- BM155c.BOOSTαBM116HEALα

World 5

XoverWorld5

World 5 is based on Mega Man Star Force. Enemies are Crowcar , HotRoader and Heli Metall.

XoverWhiteCygnus Wing BM3000-BM3005c.ATK ↑ α BM3010DEF ↑ αBM3015ATK ↑ α
XoverGreenQueen Ophiuca BM3001-BM3006c.BOOSTα BM3011c.ATK ↑ αBM3016DEF ↑ α
XoverYellowGemini Spark BM3002-BM3007c.ATK ↑ μ BM3012c.ATK ↑ ΩBM3017c.BOOSTα
XoverBlueCancer Bubble BM3003-BM3008ATK ↑ Σ BM3013c.ATK ↑ αBM3018ATK ↑ μ
XoverWhiteSecret boss: Andromeda BM3004-BM3009c.ATK ↑ α BM3014ATK ↑ ΣBM3019DEF ↑ α

World 6

Area bg 006

World 6 is based on Mega Man Zero. Enemies are Condoroid and Garm.

XoverYellowAztec Falcon BM3600ATK ↑ βBM3601c.ATK ↑ β BM3602DEF ↑ βBM3603c.ATK ↑ Σ
XoverRedMaha Ganeshariff BM3604DEF ↑ μBM3605c.BOOSTβ BM3606HEALβBM3607ATK ↓
XoverBlueBlizzack Staggroff BM3608DEF ↓BM3609ATK ↑ β BM3610c.ATK ↑ βBM3611DEF ↑ β
XoverGreenHerculious Anchus BM3612c.ATK ↑ ΣBM3613DEF ↑ μ BM3614c.BOOSTβBM3615HEALβ
XoverBlue

Secret boss:

Fairy Leviathan

BM3616ATK ↓BM3617DEF ↓ BM3618SHOCKBM3619SLOW

World 7

Area bg 007

World 7 is based on Mega Man X8. Enemies are MAME-Q and Crabs-K.

XoverGreenOptic Sunflower BM3620DEF↑αBM3621c.ATK↑α BM3622DEF↑αBM3623c.BOOST↑α
XoverBlueAvalanche Yeti BM3624DEF↑ΩBM3625DEF↑α BM3626ATK↑ΩBM3627c.ATK↑Σ
XoverRedBurn Rooster BM3628c.BOOST↑αBM3629c.ATK↑α BM3630c.BOOST↑αBM3631c.ATK↑μ
XoverGreenBamboo Panda BM3632ATK↑ΣBM3633c.ATK↑α BM3634DEF↑αBM3635c.ATK↑α
XoverWhite

Secret boss:

Sigma

BM3636c.ATK↑ΩBM3637c.ATK↑α BM3638ATK↑ΣBM3639ATK↑α

World 8

XoverWorld8

World 8 is based on Mega Man 7. Enemies are Batton M48 and Astro Zombieg.

XoverBlueJunk Man BM3640HEALαBM3641ATK ↑ α BM3642c.ATK ↑ ΩBM3643 c.ATK ↑ α
XoverYellowSpring Man BM3644DEF ↑ αBM3645c.ATK ↑ α BM3646c.ATK ↑ ΩBM3647 c.BOOST ↑ α
XoverGreenSlash Man BM3648HEALα
BM3649DEΩ
BM3650DEF ↑ ΩBM3651 c.ATK ↑ Ω
XoverRedShade Man BM3652ATK ↑ ΣBM3653DEF ↑ Σ BM3654DEF ↑ ΣBM3655 c.ATK ↑ μ
XoverGreenSecret boss: Bass BM3656ATK ↑ ΩBM3657DEF ↑ Σ BM3658ATK ↑ ΣBM3659 C.ATK ↑ μ

World 9

XoverWorld9

World 9 is based on Mega Man Star Force 3. Enemies are RhinoHorn, DarkReaper, Metall FX, and Heli Metall.

XoverYellowSpade Magnes
XoverBlueQueen Virgo
XoverRedJack Corvus
XoverGreenDread Joker
XoverWhiteSecret boss: Crimson Dragon

World 10

XoverWorld10

World 10 is based on Mega Man ZX. Enemies are Heli Metall, Crickaleap and Sci-Sensor.

XoverRedFistleo the Predatoroid
XoverBlueLurerre the Abysroid
XoverGreenHurricaune the Wolveroid
XoverYellowHivolt the Raptoroid
XoverWhiteSecret boss: Model W Serpent

World 11

XoverWorld11

World 11 is based on Mega Man Battle Network 6. Enemies are Metall FX, KillerEye and FighterPlane

XoverRedBlastMan.EXE
XoverBlueDiveMan.EXE
XoverGreenTenguMan.EXE
XoverYellowGroundMan.EXE
XoverWhiteSecret boss: Gregar

EX World 1

XoverEXWorld1

EX World 1 is an upgraded World 1 with harder bosses and better rewards.

XoverBlueChill Penguin EX
XoverYellowSpark Mandrill EX
XoverGreenStorm Eagle EX
XoverRedFlame Mammoth EX
XoverBlueSecret boss: Vile EX

EX World 2

XoverEXWorld1

EX World 2 is an upgraded World 2 with harder bosses and better rewards.

XoverGreenBoomer Kuwanger EX
XoverYellowLaunch Octopus EX
XoverBlueArmored Armadillo EX
XoverRedSting Chameleon EX
XoverWhiteSecret boss: Sigma EX

EX World 3

XoverEXWorld1

EX World 3 is an upgraded World 3 with harder bosses and better rewards.

XoverGreenCut Man EX
XoverYellowElec Man EX
XoverBlueIce Man EX
XoverRedFire Man EX
XoverWhiteSecret boss: Dr. Wily EX

EX World 4

XoverEXWorld1

EX World 4 is an upgraded World 4 with harder bosses and better rewards.

XoverBlueSharkMan.EXE EX
XoverRedHeatMan.EXE EX
XoverGreenWoodMan.EXE EX
XoverYellowThunderMan.EXE EX
XoverWhiteSecret boss: Life Virus EX

25th Anniversary Special World

XoverWorld51

A commemorative world. Enemies are Peterchy, Batton, Neo Metall, and Heli Metall.

XoverWhiteToad Man BM212-BM213- BM214DEF↑αBM215C.ATK↑α
XoverRedGuts Man BM216-BM217- BM218DEF↑αBM219C.ATK↑α
XoverGreenShadow Man BM220-BM221- BM222DEF↑αBM223C.ATK↑α
XoverBlueAir Man BM224-BM225- BM226ATK↑ΣBM227C.ATK↑Ω
XoverRedFire Toad Man
XoverGreenWood Guts Man
XoverYellowElectric Shadow Man
XoverWhiteSkull Man
XoverWhite

Secret boss: Dr. Wily

(inside Wily Capsule)

BM228-BM229- BM230HEALαBM231C. BOOSTα 

X Special World

XoverWorldX

A commemorative world. Enemies are Batton Bone and Ray Bit.

XoverGreenDynamo
XoverWhiteZain
XoverWhiteHigh Max
XoverWhiteDouble
XoverWhiteSecret boss: Black Zero

Team Battle Bosses

BossElement
RT-55JFire
Armor SoldierNeutral
Mole BorerWood
Mecha DragonWater
Giant MetallElec
Silver MetNeutral
Gold MetNeutral
Yoshida
Mac

Master Bosses

Armors

Head over to this page to see the list of Armors.

Daily & Weekend Events

Every day you log in there is an extra prize that you are given, whether it's more Zenny, an E-Tank, a Recall Device, a PP-Tank, or a Golden ticket for the Golden Gacha. Every Saturday and Sunday (Japan time, so in the US Friday and Saturday) there are double and triple Zenny events on indicated stages.

Occasional Fridays, Saturdays have double EXP/SKILL EXP times where Battle Memories will gain double exp from other cards.

It can be wise to save your Skill and EXP cards for these days. For faster skill exp grinding on those days when you have 3 cards with the same skill, merge two of them into one, and it'll get to level 3. When you do that, the card will be worth 22 skill exp, as opposed to 3 cards by themselves, which only amounts to 18 exp.

Special Codes

I do not know when these expire, but you can put in these codes for Battle Memories in the "Extra Options" menu, then in there click on the yellow Present button to get to the right screen.

  • 1987121720130601  This one is for a 6 cost neutral Special with attack up beta.
  • 9675572520840016  This code is for Tablet Man, a 9 cost super rare with defense up sigma.

Exploits

Home Exploit

"This exploit allows you to exit out the app before certain actions are taken. For example, if you play a stage and exit out before it finishes, you can relaunch the app as if you never entered the stage and conserve EP.  At any point before the screen transitions into a loading screen (at the end of a stage segment, after a boss kills you, when the portal shows you what Master Boss you are fighting), you can exit out the app, manually close it and relaunch the app. You can use this exploit to look for certain Battle Memory drops, exit out if a stage segment is glitching like crazy, exit out a boss fight before the boss kills you, choose which Master Boss you want and if a Team Boss has undesirable health. This exploit will NOT work in the Battle Arena, when you buy Gachas, or during special events that require a ticket (ie. NP Scratches)."

Referral Exploit

"By having your referral code used, you’ll gain access to some pretty good Special Battle Memories.  Of course, you’ll need twenty people to use your code, which is asking WAY too much.  So one way to get all these good cards without the twenty middlemen is to either:

  1. Save your account to a social network.  Go to the Add Friend page to find your ID (Submenu > Friends List > Add Friend).  Copy this number.  Now delete the Rockman Xover app and redownload it.  Make a new account using the ID you copied, paste it into the bottom textfield and type in random text on the top field.  After creating the account and it boots you to the tutorial, exit out, delete the app, and redownload Rockman Xover.  You’ll be doing this 20 times, so brace yourself.  Afterwards, download Xover for the 21st time, but instead of creating an account, log in via your linked social network.  On the home menu, you’ll have a purple text that will be all 20 Battle Memories (five being Special ones).
  2. If you have a second device, this makes things easier.  Follow the steps like above, but you won’t need to delete the app on the original device.  Just on the second one where you’re making your 20 fake accounts."

Cheap Master Bosses

"This really only works if you have a second device, but it can be done with just one.  It’ll just be more tedious since you’ll have to be accessing both accounts through one device.  What you’re essentially doing is making an alternate account that will only be friends with your main account.  The objective of this is to summon Master Bosses with your alt and kill them with your main account.  When the account gets too high of a level, you can delete the account and make a new one.  By doing this, you will have a chance of gaining Super Rare Battle Memories and increase your Master Boss Kill Count and Participation Count by 1.  For every 20 Master Bosses you kill you will be rewarded an E-Tank and 1000 Zenny."[1]

Gallery

Videos

Rockman ×over TGS Trailer Rockman ×over Preview Gameplay @ TGS
IOS『ロックマン Xover』 TGS TRAILER01:05

IOS『ロックマン Xover』 TGS TRAILER

Mega Man Xover Preview Gameplay00:34

Mega Man Xover Preview Gameplay

ロックマン Xover × 鷹の爪団


'Rockman Xover 'Chinese Version - ElementMan.EXE

Rockman Xover vs ElementMan02:22

Rockman Xover vs ElementMan.EXE (Korean version only)

Rockman Xover ElementMan.EXE

Trivia

XoverMaylSakurai

Mayl Sakurai's bikini Battle Memory comparison.

XoverTronComparation

Tron Bonne's bikini Battle Memory comparison.

External Links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Explanation and some images from Appleforce, from "Capcom-Unity: Beginner's Guide to Rockman Xover"

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