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Mega Man X Command Mission (2004)

Rockman X Command Mission (original title)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Angie Beers ...
Nana / Additional Voices (voice)
Tony Binns ...
Mach Jentra / Additional Voices (voice)
Byron Close ...
Silver Horn / Additional Voices (voice)
Carol-Anne Day ...
Marino / Rafflesian / Additional Voices (voice)
Mark Gatha ...
X / Additional Voices (voice)
Lucas Gilbertson ...
Zero / Additional Voices (voice)
Elinor Holt ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Ryan Luhning ...
Shadow / Additional Voices (voice) (as Paul Hunter)
Tommy James ...
Botos / Additional Voices (voice)
Ben Jeffery ...
Chief R / Additional Voices (voice)
Jonathan Love ...
Spider / Additional Voices (voice)
Gerald Matthews ...
Wild Jango / Depth Dragoon / Additional Voices (voice)
Cinnamon / Additional Voices (voice)
Epsilon / Additional Voices (voice)
Corby Proctor ...
Scarface / Ninetails / Additional Voices (voice)


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Copies of this game included a 'Megaman X' card for the Megaman Trading Card Game. See more »


Zero: [to Botos] You talk too much. Who are you, anyway?
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Words by Makoto Ikehara
Music by Seiko Kobuchi
Vocals by Capricious Comet
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Don't be put off by the fact it's Mega Man. It's awesome!
1 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

OK, so you've heard of this RPG that is chapter-based and has to do with Mega Man. How can that be, you ask? Wasn't Mega Man strictly a platform character? (Aside from Battle Network, of course) Well, Mega Man X and his partner Zero encounter something major in Giga City, something that couldn't be covered in a simple platform game.

Now, let me just tell how good this game really is. You can't really compare it to any other RPG, just because of the uncommon battle system alone. X, Zero, and Axl make a return, and in addition, you get 4 new terrific characters to use. The NPCs are corny and predictable at times, but the bosses and villains are true mechanical sights to behold. The graphics are well done, and the new techno-feel music suits the Mega Man legacy well. Not to mention the voice actors, who, thankfully have all been replaced from the abysmal "Mega Man X7" with real studio professionals. Fans of the popular anime "G Gundam" will recognize some voices they hear! All in all, Command Mission is not to be overlooked by RPG fans just because it has to do with Mega Man. Not to give away too many spoilers, but the storyline doesn't have much to do with the previous X games. So even if you're a hardcore RP gamer, but not a fan of Mega Man, get involved anyway! Command Mission is not to be missed.

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