Rockman EXE WS
|Rockman EXE WS|
|Developer(s)||Capcom Production Studio 2|
|Series||Mega Man Battle Network|
Rockman EXE WS (ロックマンエグゼ WS?) is a platform video game, part of the Mega Man Battle Network subseries of Mega Man video games. The game was released on the WonderSwan Color, only in Japan. This game is a platformer like Mega Man Network Transmission, rather than a role-playing game.
An unofficial English patch was made for the game on August 30, 2012.
Rockman EXE WS was scored a total of 26 out of 40 from a panel of four reviewers in the Japanese Famitsu magazine. Lucas M. Thomas and Craig Harris of IGN preferred this unlocalized game over the card-based Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge, which was released on the WonderSwan and on the Game Boy Advance in Western territories. 1UP.com's Jeremy Parish agreed Rockman EXE WS was better, but still called it "a pretty terrible excuse for a Mega Man game, similar in concept to Network Transmission, but indescribably worse." 
- Rockman EXE WS at the WonderSwan Channel (Japanese)
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