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Mega Man 4 (1991)

Rockman 4: Aratanaru yabô!! (original title)
Dr. Cossack, a Russian cyberneticist, has created eight Robot Masters specifically designed to destroy Mega Man.

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Dr. Cossack, a Russian cyberneticist, has created eight Robot Masters specifically designed to destroy Mega Man.

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Russian Robots on the Rampage!

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Action | Sci-Fi

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E

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January 1992 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The Japanese version has the subtitle, "A New Threat." See more »

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Dr. Wily: You have betrayed me, Protoman... I'm gonna break you, Megaman!
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Another good Mega Man game.
23 January 2002 | by See all my reviews

Unlike the first 3 Mega Man games, Mega Man 4 has some different features: First off, the levels are longer than in the other 3 installments, you can return to any of the 8 robot leaders levels even after you beat them, there are special items that can be picked up in hidden areas in Pharoah Man's, and Dive Man's stages, and that there is a new villian in Dr.Cossack but soon, we realize that he's not bad at all, but in the end, it's Dr.Wily who's the bad guy and responsible for this installment's story. Aside from the things I mentioned, this game is basically the same like the other Mega Man games for the NES.


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