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Mega Man 7 (1995)

Rockman 7: Shukumei no taiketsu! (original title)
Six months after his imprisonment, four of Dr. Wily's robot masters activate, attack the city, and free the mad doctor. While battling Wily's forces, Mega Man encounters a strange and powerful second warrior-hound duo: Bass and Treble.
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Six months after his imprisonment, four of Dr. Wily's robot masters activate, attack the city, and free the mad doctor. While battling Wily's forces, Mega Man encounters a strange and powerful second warrior-hound duo: Bass and Treble.

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Not even prison can keep Dr. Wily down!

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Action | Sci-Fi

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E

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September 1995 (USA)  »

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For the first time, the game begins right after the events of Rockman 6. See more »

Goofs

In the opening cinema sequence, Dr. Wily's name is misspelled as Dr. Willy. See more »

Quotes

Megaman: [Megaman and his sister Roll are riding in the truck that's moving right that Auto the robot is driving] Can't this thing go any faster, Auto? The city is under attack!
Roll: I'll try and punch it up a notch! Hold on, Roll!
Roll: I can't believe Wily is loose again! Won't this madman ever stop...
Megaman: He won't be loose for long! Once Dr. Light gives Rush and me our new enhancements, Wily is history!
[Auto stops the truck as the road is broken up]
Roll: Whoa! End of the line. The road is too unstable to keep going.
Megaman: You ...
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Followed by Mega Man X8 (2004) See more »

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The same game we all know.
7 February 2002 | by See all my reviews

Mega Man VII was released for the Super NES back in 1995 when the Mega Man franchise had leapt onto the 16 bit gaming systems. Even though this new installment was on a far more advanced (at the time it was) platform, the game was basically the same like the other Mega Man games that were made before. Still, it's worth a play.


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