List of Mega Man video games
There are over 130 titles in the Mega Man series. In all cases, the English title is given first, as well as the initial release date.
- 1 Mega Man series
- 2 Mega Man X series
- 3 Mega Man Legends series
- 4 Mega Man Battle Network series
- 5 Mega Man Zero series
- 6 Mega Man ZX series
- 7 Mega Man Star Force series
- 8 Cancelled Games
- 9 References
- 10 External links
Mega Man series
- Mega Man (Rockman) – Famicom/NES, 1987 (US, JP)
- Mega Man 2 (Rockman 2: The Enigma of Dr. Wily) – Famicom/NES, 1988 (JP), 1989 (US)
- Mega Man 3 (Rockman 3: The End of Dr. Wily) – Famicom/NES, Arcade, 1990 (US, JP)
- Mega Man 4 (Rockman 4: A New Ambition) – Famicom/NES, 1991 (JP), 1992 (US)
- Mega Man 5 (Rockman 5: Blues' Trap) – Famicom/NES, 1992 (US, JP)
- Mega Man 6 (Rockman 6: The Greatest Battle in History) (Japan/US only) – Famicom/NES, 1993 (JP), 1994 (US)
- Mega Man 7 (Rockman 7: Fated Confrontation) – Super Famicom/Super NES, 1995 (US, JP)
- Mega Man 8 (Rockman 8: Metal Heroes) – PlayStation & Sega Saturn, 1996 (JP), 1997 (US)
- Mega Man 9 (Rockman 9: Revival of Ambition) – WiiWare, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, 2008
- Mega Man 10 (Rockman 10: Threat from Outer Space) – WiiWare, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, 2010
Re-releases and collections
- Mega Man: The Wily Wars (Rockman MegaWorld) – Mega Drive/Sega Channel for Sega Genesis, 1994 – A collection of enhanced remakes of the first three Famicom/NES games, as well as its own game, Wily Tower.
- Rockman Complete Works (Japan only) – PlayStation, 1999 – Enhanced remakes of Rockman 1-6, released individually. The remakes contain special features, including a PocketStation uplink, a Robot Master database, an "easy" difficulty level, and remixed music. The Complete Works titles were re-released in 2003 with the PocketStation feature removed.
- Rockman Battle and Fighters (Japan only) – Neo Geo Pocket Color, 2000 - A handheld port of Rockman: The Power Battle and Rockman 2: The Power Fighters.
- Mega Man & Bass (Rockman & Forte) – Game Boy Advance, 2002 – A port of the Super Famicom game Rockman & Forte, though this version saw international release.
- Rockman Collection Special Box (Japan only) – PlayStation 2, 2003 – A collection of the six Rockman Complete Works games and Rockman X7.
- Mega Man Anniversary Collection (North America only) – GameCube/PlayStation 2/Xbox, 2004 / GBA, Cancelled – An English-version release of the Rockman Complete Works games (albeit with most of the special features removed), together with ports of Mega Man 7 and Mega Man 8 and the two elusive arcade games. The GBA version was said to include the first five original Game Boy Mega Man games, including colorized versions and unlockable artwork, but Capcom confirmed on its US forums that the game was no longer in production, due to cost issues.
- Rockman Power Battle Fighters (Japan only) – PlayStation 2, 2004 – A Japanese-only port of the two arcade games, Rockman: The Power Battle and Rockman 2: The Power Fighters, including a new 2-player competitive mode.
- Mega Man Powered Up – PlayStation Portable, 2006 – An enhanced remake of the original Mega Man, which adds, among other things, two new boss characters. Known as "Rockman Rockman" in Japan.
- Mega Man Legacy Collection – PlayStation 4/Xbox One/Microsoft Windows/Nintendo 3DS, 2015 – A collection of the first six Mega Man titles. The collection was developed by Digital Eclipse Software, and was first released via Steam in August 2015.
- Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 – PlayStation 4/Xbox One/Microsoft Windows, 2017 – A collection including Mega Man 7-10. The collection is developed by Digital Eclipse Software and will be released on August 8, 2017.
The Game Boy versions of Mega Man were released in Japan under the Rockman World title. Each game in the Game Boy series, excluding Mega Man V, features four bosses from its corresponding NES version and four bosses from the succeeding NES game in the series. I.E: the Game Boy version of Mega Man III features bosses from the NES versions of Mega Man 3 and Mega Man 4. The Game Boy Mega Man V features an all new set of antagonists called the Star Droids, whose members are named after the planets of the Solar System.
- Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge (Rockman World) – Game Boy, 1991
- Mega Man II (Rockman World 2) – Game Boy, 1991
- Mega Man III (Rockman World 3) – Game Boy, 1992
- Mega Man IV (Rockman World 4) – Game Boy, 1993
- Mega Man V (Rockman World 5) – Game Boy, 1994 (had additional Super Game Boy support)
- Mega Man (US only) – Game Gear, 1995
- Rockman & Forte Mirai kara no Chōsensha (Japan only) – WonderSwan, 1999
- Rockman Battle & Fighters (Japan only) – Neo Geo Pocket Color, 2000
- Rockman Xover (Japan only) – iOS, 2012 (servers closed on March 31, 2015)
- Panic Shot! Rockman (Japan only) – pinball machine, 1992
- Wily & Right no RockBoard: That's Paradise (Japan only) – Famicom, 1993
- Mega Man Soccer (Japan/US only) – Super NES, 1994
- Mega Man: The Power Battle (Rockman: The Power Battle) – Arcade, 1995
- Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters (Rockman 2: The Power Fighters) – Arcade, 1996
- Mega Man Battle & Chase (Japan/Europe only until Mega Man X Collection) – PlayStation, 1997
- Mega Man & Bass (Rockman & Forte) – Super Famicom, 1998 (JP); Game Boy Advance, 2002 (US, JP)
- Super Adventure Rockman (Japan only) – PlayStation/Sega Saturn, 1998
- Rockman Online – PC (South Korean version only), cancelled
- Mega Man Universe – PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, cancelled
- Street Fighter X Mega Man (Street Fighter X Mega Man) – PC 2012
Mobile phone games
Capcom of Japan has released several Rockman games for mobile phones in Japan. Only the first two games, Rockman Space Rescue and Mega Man Rocket Christmas were ported for international cell phones; on the other hand, Mega Man Rush Marine was created specifically for international audiences. In 2017 Capcom released ports of the first six NES Mega Man games to iOS and Android devices.
- Mega Man, 2003
- Mega Man 2, 2007
- Mega Man 3, 2008
- Rockman 3 Dr. Wily no Saigo!?, 2004
- Rockman 4 Arata Naru Yabō!!, 2005
- Rockman 5 Blues no Wana?!, 2006
- Rockman 6 Shijō Saidai no Tatakai!!, 2007
- Jump! Rockman, 2004
- Rockman Bug Sweeper, 2003
- Rockman Panic Fire, 2003
- Rockman Space Rescue, 2003
- Mega Man Rocket Christmas, 2003
- Rockman Slot, 2003
- Rockman GP, 2004
- Rockman Pinball, 2004
- Rockman DASH Golf, 2003
- Rockman DASH 15 Panel, 2002
- Kobun Flies?, 2001
- Tide Coming Kobun, 2001
- Kobun Assembly, 2001
- Watch Kobun, 2001
- Rockman Golf, 2002
- Rockman.EXE: Phantom of Network, 2004
- Rockman.EXE: Legend of Network, 2006
- Rockman X, 2007
- Rockman DASH - Grand 5 Island Adventure, 2008
- Rockman X2, 2009
- Rockman X3, 2010
- Rockman Tennis, 2010
- Mega Man Rush Marine, 2010
- Intuition! Rockman, 2010
- Rockman Diver, 2011
- Rockman the Puzzle Battle, 2011
- Rockman´s Sprite Logic, 2011
- Rockman Xover, 2012 (servers closed on March 31, 2015)
- Otoranger, 2013
- Mega Man Mobile, 2017
- Mega Man Mobile 2, 2017
- Mega Man Mobile 3, 2017
- Mega Man Mobile 4, 2017
- Mega Man Mobile 5, 2017
- Mega Man Mobile 6, 2017
In 1990, Hi-Tech Expressions (under license from Capcom) produced a DOS game based on the series simply titled Mega Man. It was followed by a second DOS game titled Mega Man III in 1992. Both games were released exclusively in North America. Despite their titles, neither games are ports of their corresponding NES counterparts, but original games. There was no PC version of Mega Man II. Aside from handing the license to Hi-Tech Expression, Capcom themselves were not directly involved in the PC games. Both games were programmed and designed by Steven Rozner.
In 2001, the Dreams Comes True corporation released under license from Capcom an original Microsoft Windows game titled Rockman Strategy exclusively for the Taiwanese market. The game features a group of new robots led by Apollo and Luna and named after the western Zodiac as well as a new ally named Fan, with the former being tricked into serving Dr. Wily.
Street Fighter X Mega Man is a project developed by Zong Hui, combining Mega Man's gameplay with characters and settings from the Street Fighter series. Initially developed as a fan game by Hui, Capcom funded the project and provided creative direction and QA support. The game has been released as a free download on December 17, 2012.
Mega Man X series
- Mega Man X (Rockman X) – Super Famicom/SNES, PC, Virtual Console, 1993
- Mega Man X2 (Rockman X 2) – Super Famicom/SNES, Virtual Console, 1994
- Mega Man X3 (Rockman X 3) – Super Famicom/SNES, PC, PlayStation, Sega Saturn 1995, 1996
- Mega Man X4 (Rockman X 4) – PlayStation, Sega Saturn, PC, 1997
- Mega Man X5 (Rockman X 5) – PlayStation, PC, 2000
- Mega Man X6 (Rockman X 6) – PlayStation, PC (South Korean version only), 2001
- Mega Man X7 (Rockman X 7) – PlayStation 2, PC (South Korean version only), 2003
- Mega Man X8 (Rockman X 8: Paradise Lost) – PlayStation 2, PC, 2004
- Mega Man Xtreme (Rockman X: Cyber Mission) – Game Boy Color, 2000
- Mega Man Xtreme 2 (Rockman X: Soul Eraser) – Game Boy Color, 2001
- Mega Man X: Command Mission (Rockman X: Command Mission) – GameCube, PlayStation 2, 2004
Re-releases and collections
- Mega Man X3 – PlayStation, Sega Saturn, PC, 1996 – A enhanced port which includes new animated scenes and remixed music.
- Rockman Collection Special Box – PlayStation 2, 2003 – A collection of the six Rockman Complete Works games and Rockman X7.
- Mega Man X Collection (US only) – GameCube, PlayStation 2, 2005/2006 – A collection featuring the first six Mega Man X titles and Mega Man Battle & Chase.
- Mega Man Maverick Hunter X – PlayStation Portable, 2005 – A remake of the original Mega Man X.
Mega Man Legends series
- Mega Man Legends/Mega Man 64 – PlayStation, Nintendo 64, PC, PlayStation Portable (Japan only), 1997, 1998
- The Misadventures of Tron Bonne – PlayStation, 1999, 2000 - a prequel set before the events of the original Mega Man Legends.
- Mega Man Legends 2 – PlayStation, PC, PlayStation Portable (Japan only) 2000
- Rockman DASH - Grand 5 Island Adventure (Japan only) – Cell Phone, 2008
Mega Man Battle Network series
- Mega Man Battle Network – Game Boy Advance, 2001
- Mega Man Battle Network 2 – Game Boy Advance, 2001
- Mega Man Battle Network 3 White & Blue – Game Boy Advance, 2002 , 2003
- Mega Man Battle Network 4 Red Sun & Blue Moon – Game Boy Advance, 2003
- Mega Man Battle Network 5 Team Protoman & Team Colonel – Game Boy Advance, 2004 , 2005
- Mega Man Battle Network 5: Double Team DS – Nintendo DS, 2005
- Mega Man Battle Network 6 Cybeast Falzar & Cybeast Gregar – Game Boy Advance, 2005
- Mega Man Network Transmission – GameCube, 2003
- Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge – Game Boy Advance, 2003
- Rockman EXE WS (Japan only) – WonderSwan Color, 2003
- Rockman EXE N1 Battle (Japan only) – WonderSwan Color, 2003
- Rockman EXE 4.5 Real Operation (Japan only) – Game Boy Advance, 2004
- Rockman EXE Phantom of Network (Japan only) – Cell Phone, 2004
- Rockman EXE The Medal Operation (Japan only) – Arcade, 2005
- Rockman EXE Battle Chip Stadium (Japan only) – Arcade, 2005
- Rockman EXE Legend of Network (Japan only) – Cell Phone, 2006
- Rockman EXE Operate Shooting Star (Japan only) – Nintendo DS, 2009 - An enhanced port of the first Mega Man Battle Network title.
Mega Man Zero series
- Mega Man Zero – Game Boy Advance, 2002
- Mega Man Zero 2 – Game Boy Advance, 2003
- Mega Man Zero 3 – Game Boy Advance, 2004
- Mega Man Zero 4 – Game Boy Advance, 2005
- Mega Man Zero Collection – Nintendo DS, 2010
Mega Man ZX series
Mega Man Star Force series
- Mega Man Star Force: Pegasus, Leo & Dragon – Nintendo DS, 2006
- Mega Man Star Force 2: Zerker × Saurian & Zerker × Ninja – Nintendo DS, 2007
- Mega Man Star Force 3: Black Ace & Red Joker (Japan/US only) – Nintendo DS, 2008
- Mega Man X3 - 3DO Interactive Multiplayer cancelled in 1996
- Mega Man Anniversary Collection – Game Boy Advance, cancelled January 2006
- Maverick Hunter (Planned to be a FPS Trilogy) – unknown platforms, cancelled late 2010
- Mega Man Universe – Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, cancelled March 2011
- Mega Man Legends 3 – Nintendo 3DS, cancelled July 2011
- Rockman Online – PC massively multiplayer online game, cancelled November 2012
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