Mega Man

The Blue Bomber has been the star of dozens of games at this point, including spin-offs and sub-series, and there’s a lot of different opinions on which one’s the best. Is it Mega Man 2, the incredible NES game that ate up so many summer holidays in the late 80s? Maybe Mega Man Battle Network, the inventive and engrossing Game Boy Advance spin-off? Or Mega Man X, the 16-bit scrolling shooter with smart gameplay innovations and a hard-as-nails difficulty? What about Mega Man Legends, an underrated PS1 3D spin-off? It’s honestly hard to go wrong – and that’s why we love the guy.