Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, out today, contains Mega Man 7 through 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
These are the remaining numbered titles in the classic Mega Man series, so it gives fans of the Blue Bomber who already bought the first Mega Man Legacy Collection a bigger library.
Mega Man 7, which first came out for the SNES, is a little rough due to its outsized sprites, which take up too much screen space and make it hard to see what’s coming ahead of you.
Mega Man 8, which came out for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn, includes some hilariously cheesy anime cutscenes with atrocious English dubbing.
They’re throwbacks that use the same style of graphics as the NES Mega Man games, and they’re fantastic.
If you find Mega Man games too difficult, you’ll enjoy the quick save feature.