|Rockman Complete Works|
|The Rockman Complete Works, Rockman cover art.|
Rockman Complete Works is a series of remakes of the first six Rockman games released in Japan for the PlayStation console. New features include graphical improvements (including menu updates and new title screens), a new "Navi Mode" hint system, and Rockman 4-6 feature a full arranged soundtrack. They were later released as PSone Books in 2003. All six were released together with Rockman X7 in the Rockman Collection Special Box for the PlayStation 2, also only in Japan. The Mega Man: Anniversary Collection contains some of the new content from the Rockman Complete Works games, and was localized for different regions.
- A Navi Mode and a difficulty select for all the games. In the Navi Mode, the player can receive hints when pressing the select button in areas where an exclamation appears.
- Mini-games in each Rockman game, like a boss time-attack (Rockman 1-3) and a Mission Mode (Rockman 4-6).
- A database for all the enemies and bosses.
- Unlockable artworks, different in each game.
- Different from Rockman Mega World, where the player can only save the game but can't use passwords, both saves and passwords can be used in Rockman Complete Works.
- Compatible with the PocketStation, allowing the download of the game Pokeroku and improving the health and strength of Rockman and the Robot Masters.
Rockman 4 to 6 only:
- Eight new unlockable Power Ups, only available in Navi Mode.
- The ability to play as Rockman without his helmet at will; simply hold R2 when selecting Original or Navi Mode.
- An unlockable Sound Room option that allows you to listen to all the music from the games.
In the Rockman Complete Works version of Mega Man 4 to 6, there are eight power-up parts that can be unlocked by obtaining battle data for the game's database. They can only be used in Navi Mode and Mission Mode, and Mega Man can equip two at a time.
|Hyper Jump||Increases Mega Man's jump height.|
|Auto Charge||The Mega Buster charges automatically.|
|Energy Saver||Halves the amount of energy used up from Special Weapons.|
|Hyper Shot||Normal shots become faster.|
|Hyper Charge Shot||Charged shots become faster.|
|Power Shot||Increases Mega Man's attack power.|
|Hyper Charge||Increases the Mega Buster's charge speed.|
|Speed Up||Increases Mega Man's moving speed.|
|Rockman Complete Works promo|
|Rockman Complete Works Promo(02:34)|
- Dr. Light acts as Mega Man's navigator in Rockman 1 & 6, thus being the only navigator to have more than one appearance.
- Roll acts as Mega Man's navigator in Rockman 2.
- Proto Man acts as Mega Man's navigator in the Navi Mode of Rockman 3, even though he is the villain in that game (under the name of Break Man).
- Though Kalinka was kidnapped by Dr. Wily, she supports Rockman in the Navi Mode of Rockman 4.
- Dr. Cossack appears in Rockman 5 in Navi Mode. He doesn't appear in the original Rockman 5, except for in the instruction manuals.
- Though the Rockman Complete Works were used in the Mega Man: Anniversary Collection, only the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions feature the remixed soundtracks from Rockman 4-6 Complete Works. Also, most of the unlockable content and the PocketStation compatibility were removed.
- Cut Man, Elec Man, Guts Man, Air Man, Bubble Man, Crash Man, Heat Man, Gemini Man and Shadow Man are the only ones to have a Complete Works soundtracks in Rockman 1-3.
- Rockman Complete Works (PSone Books) official site
- Rockman Perfect Memories - Site with details of the six Rockman Complete Works games.