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Mega Man Legends (1997)

Rokkuman DASH (original title)
In a world covered by endless water, a new Megaman is searching high-tech underground ruins for quantum refractors. After crash-landing on the small, beautiful island of Kattelox, Megaman ... See full summary »

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Roll Caskett (voice) (as Tracey Ryan)
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Barrell Caskett (voice)
Caroly Larson ...
Tron Bonne (voice)
Robert Smith ...
Teisel Bonne (voice) (as Rob Smith)
Ikue Ôtani ...
Bon Bonne / Data (voice)
Elizabeth Hanna ...
Servbots (voice) (as Liz Hanna)
Jef Mallory ...
Mega Man Juno (voice)
David Huband ...
Inspector (voice)
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Mayor Amelia (voice) (as Suzan Roman)
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Tesshô Genda ...
Teisel Bonne (voice)
Mayumi Iizuka ...
Tron Bonne (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ...
Barrell Caskett (voice)
Mayumi Tanaka ...
Megaman Volnutt (voice)
Chisa Yokoyama ...
Servbot (voice)
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In a world covered by endless water, a new Megaman is searching high-tech underground ruins for quantum refractors. After crash-landing on the small, beautiful island of Kattelox, Megaman and his partner Roll must defend the island against the attack of the Bonnes, a group of sky pirates, a mysterious race of invincible robots and an equally enigmic automaton bent on destroying the island. Written by J Hoffman

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31 August 1998 (USA)  »

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Mega Man 64  »

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Although the connection to the rest of the Megaman (Rockman) series is rather dubious, the creators have commented that all of the games are (tenuously) connected. The Megaman series takes place is 20XX (later became 200X), the X series takes place in 21XX (implied to be 22XX in later games), and the Legends (Dash) series takes place in 56XX. However, other than the creators saying so, there is very little that connects the events of Legends (Dash) to the events of the previous series, although there are little things like a poster of Zero and a TV show with the original Megaman and Protoman. See more »

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The instruction manual spells the Roll family's name as Caskett. But the end credits use the spelling Gaskett (most likely a reference to the phrase "blown a gasket.") See more »

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[Teisel watches the Flutter fly away from the bridge of his boat]
Teisel Bonne: Well, there they go, not a care in the world. Hey, Tron! Can't this thing go any faster?
Tron Bonne: [sternly] No, it can't! I had to gather up all the spare parts from everything he blew up to build this!
Servbot: That's right! That's right!
Teisel Bonne: We'll just have to rough it until we get to the next island! If we sell what we found, we'll get back what we lost and then some! We'll live like kings!
[the boat's cargo, a giant refractor, is shown]
Teisel Bonne: Who would've ...
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Referenced in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars (2008) See more »

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PRESENT
Written by Frédéric Chopin
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Adventures of the Blue Boy in a 3D world.
27 September 2005 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Rockman DASH (Megaman Legends) was the attempt of Capcom of prepare the Rockman franchise for the new century, the video-game of late 90's were all in 3D worlds. This game has some similarities with the previous incarnations of Rockman as well as it has many differences. Rockman's adventures no longer take place in a bi-dimensional world. He doesn't have to jump from platform to platform, shoot fast and use the adequate weapon with the right "boss".

DASH presents the live of Rockman in a high-tech world where cities are strong fortresses surrounded by the natural environment. In this world some people dig underground tunnels to find pieces of technology and credits. The gamer will have to be able of understand the right technique to attack the enemies and build a better armor for Rockman, the opponents Every time will be stronger and bigger, in a classic Rockman style.

The graphics are not top-notch today, but they still look cool. The game offers hours and hours of game play. The scenarios are huge and there are many things to explore, in order to find the right elements to solve the game in its entirety. It is unavoidable talk to all the characters. Hopefully the save system appears in the right place and moment to avoid the loss of hours of game play. A must have video-game for fans of Megaman.


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