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Super Nintendo
Capcom U.S.A.
Capcom Co.
UPC: 13388130153

Released: 12-01-93
Players: 1
Country Origin: US

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Anime / Manga, Sci-Fi / Futuristic

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Near the end of his life, Dr. Light succeeds in creating the first of a new series of robots which will change the world. Able to think and make decisions, this new robot holds great danger as well as great possibilities. Fearful of the possible consequences of unleashing his creation on the world, Dr. Light decides to seal him in a capsule and test his systems until they are totally reliable. The future will have to decide his fate...
Released from the capsule by Dr. Cain, "X" is born into the world of the future where the robot rebellions are a thing of the past. But when Dr. Cain tries to implement Dr. Light's designs into a new series of Reploids, something goes hideously wrong. Now the future lies on the brink of destruction and a new Mega Man must emerge to face Sigma and his forces before the human race is wiped from the planet!

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Mega Man X Review by: Zircron Swift - 9.3/10

Mega Man X
If you played the first four or five Megaman games, you’ll notice they follow pretty much the same format quite accurately. So much so it’s hard for them to make a unique game without having to follow the same route or use the same game designs. Megaman is probably the perfect example of a company milking a good game with several “similar but not the same” sequels. This is good and bad in a way. It’s great they aren’t fixing what isn’t broken, but it’s the same kind of “what isn’t broken” if you know what I mean. They are virtually the same game with different bosses and power-ups, with maybe the odd gimmick here and there. I think Capcom here though it was time to make another Megaman game, but to make it dynamically different from the Classics. Enter Megaman X, probably the “real” sequel to the Megaman seires.

Although following the same format of the classics, Megaman X does much more than become a copy of a game. It takes the essence of Megaman Classic games, throws away what isn’t needed, and enhances the entire thing 100%. It incorporates new things and new ways to do things to do with these new things. If you liked Megaman Classic, then Megaman X will be an upmost pleasure for you. It was funny; I thought this game took away everything that made Megaman well, Megaman. But after the first stage, I was so wrong, so very, very wrong. Another example of me judging a great game before I play it.

The story is mainly explained in the instruction booklet, but some of it is told in the game. In the year 21XX, roughly 100 years after the events of the original Megaman games, an archaeologist names Dr. Cain was digging at a site when he stumbled across some ruins of a lab. This lab belonged to the legendary Dr. Tomas Light. Odd, isn’t it? In this game, Dr. Light and the original Megaman aren’t around, and probably Dr. Wily is (Finally) dead. This is kinda hard news to deal with. What happened? Where are their graves? Do Megaman and Dr. Light rest side by side? Did the world ever find peace? It’s hard to ever imagine those two dead, seeing as they were the good guys, but in this game the truth is there. I suppose that’s a good lesson to learn, that even the best of things die out eventually…

This is enhanced as Dr. Cain finds a message from Dr. Light about his latest discovery in robotics, which is displayed as you start up the game. Dr. Light says he has created a robot that can make his own decisions, completely independent, a robot that has AI, Artificial Intelligences. However, Dr. Light is worried that with this free will, “X” could break the first law of robotics: No robot should ever harm a human. If X could break that law, there’s no telling what he can do. Dr. Light needs to examine and run tests on X for 100 years before he can safely assume his behaviour is reliable for man kind. He states he will not be able to see this to the end, so he puts him in a capsule and hopes someone could carry on his work.

Back to the now, Dr. Cain finds this capsule Dr. Light mentioned in his notes with a warning sign on it. All the lights were green, so Dr. Cain assumes that he can safely open this capsule. Dr. Cain claims Dr. Lights notes are a “quantum leap” over everything the world has ever seen, even after 100 years of Dr. Light’s time. Dr. Cain wants to recreate these robots to usher a new generation of robots. With X’s help, Dr. Cain was able to create the worlds first “Reploid”, which can easily adapt to even the most difficult jobs. Things were looking good, until…

One day, some of the Reploids went “maverick” and injured some humans. Dr. Cain has no idea what’s causing this and some are talking about stopping the production of these robots. So they decide to make “Hunters” designed to take down these maverick reploids that are harming the humans. Sigma is Dr. Cain’s finest Reploid. For two months, Sigma and the other Hunters were able to protect the world from the mavericks.

Then Sigma went maverick and destroyed took out several of the other hunters. Sigma has “decided” that humans are slowing the growth of the Reploids, and humans must be eradicated. Dr. Cain feels guilt for creating Reploids too well, as their normal forces can’t compare, and X feels guilty for helping create this new type of robot. So X decided to help out Zero, the new leader of the Maverick Hunters, to take out Sigma and save the world. I love it when a simple game has a more in depth story.

So instead of going straight to the level select screen, you need to do an “Intro” stage first. This is just to let you get to grips with the controls and what X can do, as well as some motivate perks. The level is designed to teach you everything of the basics, including wall jumping. A fairly easy level compared to what lies ahead. After you clear the first level, you get to choose between eight Robot Masters, erm I mean Mavericks. They aren’t Armadillo Man or Penguin Man, no….They are given more creative names like Storm Eagle and Launch Octopus. Feels a little odd fighting something that doesn’t have “Man” in its name. Oh, hey Spark Mandrill…When you select a Maverick…..Oh. My. X-Buster….That’s the most awesome “You selected this boss” theme ever. I mean I’m just…speechless.

The graphics are quite detailed for a SNES game. They seemed to take the graphics one step further than other SNES games like Super Castlevania IV and Super Mario World. And that’s another thing; they didn’t call it “Super Megaman” simply because it was on the SNES. They called it Megaman “X” because that sounded cooler. The graphics are quite realistic, and the movements are very smooth. They seem almost spot-on to the Classic Megaman games, but the addition of smoother animations for his jumps and walking is simply a joy to watch. Everywhere is brightly coloured and the backgrounds have amazing detail. Doesn’t X look amazing? A huge improvement over the Classic games.

The music is amazing. It’s hard to put in words how great it is. It’s smooth, got a great beat to it, and best of all, most of it seems casual. I feel the music doesn’t have much menace in it, as these Mavericks are only doing what they think is right. It’s only when it gets to Sigma’s castle does it get darker. The music that plays when you defeat one of the Mavericks is also extremely satisfying to hear, especially the pose X does and the little “Ka-Ching!” sound that comes on makes my day.

The controls are a pleasure. In the Classic series, it was very tight. It offered some choppy platforming and quite a pit of patience’s and precision to get pasted. Here, they seemed to have smoothed over the sharp edges into something that’s even more enjoyable that the Classic games. Jumping is very fun to do. I love seeing X lift his knee to the air with every jump and waving those arms around. Shooting things is also fun because they react to your X-Blaster better, exploding with every defeat. It just feels better than the Classic games. They did a good job in making everything that normally seems mundane in platformers exciting and new, or maybe I’m just glad there are more than two frames dedicated to the jumping animation…You can also scroll through your weapons using the R and L buttons, which is really handy. It gets a little annoying when you need to pause with every weapon change.

Hidden in the levels are Heart Tanks, which increase your health a little bit, Sub-Tanks, which are kinda like the Energy Tanks in Classic Megaman, only you can re-use them. They fill up with every extra energy pellet you collect, so it all doesn’t go to waste. It’s the same for the weapon energy. When you collect one of these, it increases (if the special weapon you have is already full energy) a different weapon with the lowest energy. That’s really convenient. Another thing hidden in the levels are the Dr. Light Capsules. These, when found, will give X a message from Dr. Light, telling him what this capsule does. You can dash, head-butt certain blocks, have damage received reduced by half, and the ability to charge any weapon, including your X-Blaster even further, to a completely new and unique attack.

These abilities are there to make the game more rewarding to those who explore its canvas and look around, and to make it easier. It’s a tough game, and is even harder if you don’t collect any power ups. It reminds me of the difficulty in the first Megaman game. This gives the player choice. Go for an easier route with awesome power-ups, or try something more challenging and leave out the chest piece? It’s good they didn’t just shove these powers down our throats. However, first time playing, you’re going to want all the upgrades and stuff, aren’t you?

Which bring me to my only problem with this game: The power-ups are awesome and all, but when you get all of them (And I mean “all” of them), the game becomes less than a platformer and becomes more of a tanking game, seeing if you can defeat the boss before you get killed. It takes a little away from the trail and error in the Classic Megaman games and sort of encourages “getting hit” for the sake of getting further. Where’s the careful jumping and watching the patterns to dodge them? It’s still there, but if you have the power-ups, you’re just going to say “screw the system” and get hit for the sake of defeating the level. In all fairness, you don’t get that at the beginning of the game. You struggle at first because you are weak compared to the Mavericks.

You collect these power-ups because you want to grow stronger and end this war. You want to become stronger, and these power-ups prove a way to do that. However, I’ve always believed in the “Character stays the same, you grow stronger” formula, instead of it being the other way round. I felt that when defeating the final boss, I wasn’t as satisfied all round as I felt like I was relying too much on the Sub-Tanks and got hit too many times, after a fair amount of game overs. Also I used the Hadouken to get passed some of the bosses in Sigma’s castle with ease, with not as much satisfaction in it. When I couldn’t use the Hadouken, using their weakness and tanking their attacks with max health and 50% damage reduction. Some people might be glad there is this stuff to balance out the difficulty. Maybe I should go more hardcore the next time I play it. In the end, this boils down to a matter of opinion to how people prefer to play.

I am also annoyed with Sigma’s Castle in general. Remember the Wily Castles? Remember how you started at the gate and worked your way up, level by level and fighting boss after boss until you finally got to Dr. Wily himself? Well here, it’s not there. Sigma’s Castle is relatively short compared to any Wily Castle you can think of. It does feature some unique bosses in there, which as all very nice and creative, but its sections are short lived, being very short. They cram the Mavericks in bit by bit, shortening the whole level quite a bit. Also, when you complete a section, it takes you back to the level select screen, meaning you have to select Sigma again to continue. Why do I have to do this? Where’s the sense of adventure? In the Classic Megaman games, A Wily Castle was the beginning of the end. You didn’t get your weapons energy back after each section, meaning you didn’t just go back to Dr. Light and refueled. It gave you the sense of “No turning back now”. Here, it’s telling you that you have refueled your weapons energy and can go to another level entirely without it affecting your progress in the Sigma Castle. It just doesn’t flow as well.

Overall, I give this game a 9.3/10    This is an amazing game, no doubt about it. It refines the word Megaman and brings justice to platform shooters. The game offers a good challenge with very fun controls and amazing graphics and music. If you are a fan of Megaman, this game will blow your mind.

  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Depth 10   Story 9   Difficulty 7

Mega Man X Game Description

Mega Man X is a robot designed by Dr. Light to choose his own path in life. Years after he is created, Dr. Cain finds X and mimics his design to create a race of such robots called reploids. When the sigma virus infects these reploids, causing them to commit acts of evil, it is up to Mega Man X and his partner Zero (who is quite powerful, contrary to what his name implies) to stop it.

Mega Man X Reviews

Overall 9.2    Graphics 9.4    Sound 9.2    Addictive 8.9    Story 7.8    Depth 8.2    Difficulty 7.1

An Xcellent upgrade to the Mega Man series   Azul Fria
OVERVIEW   After 5 successful NES games (Mega Man 6 was not out yet), Capcom released a new Meg...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Story 7   Depth 9   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 4.9/5     Submitted: 02-26-18     Review Replies: 3

Take a dive into the New Generation.   chaoscontrolx
Hello fellow readers, members, and reviewers alike! Today we are reviewing one of the most Iconic ga...
  Graphics 10   Sound 9   Addictive 9   Story 8   Depth 9   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 4.5/5     Submitted: 07-02-13     Review Replies: 13

MegaMan X   Barathemos
Well if you rate a game such as MegaMan X low, than you are not the type of gamer who likes insane a...
      Review Rating: 4.4/5     Submitted: 03-23-13     Updated: 07-02-13     Review Replies: 3

Back to Not-so-Basics (WARNING: VERY LONG REVIEW!)   UncleBalrog
Ohhhhhhhhhhh boy, where do I begin with this game. That's a rhetorical question, because as always I...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 9   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 4.4/5     Submitted: 07-29-14     Review Replies: 0

The Megaman X Review to End All Megaman X Reviews.   Hidden Phantom
Well, what can I say?  This is perhaps one of the greatest video games in history.  It h...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 8   Depth 8   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 4.3/5     Submitted: 03-20-13     Updated: 03-20-13     Review Replies: 4

Mega Man X the first   ZeroTails
Hello everyone, ZeroTails here, and I am here to review a game I am also doing a walkthrough on, Meg...
      Review Rating: 4.2/5     Submitted: 01-25-15     Updated: 04-12-15     Review Replies: 3

Egoraptor was Right About This   hydra_huntersLOL
Mega Man X, the game where people got back into Mega Man and begged to get this gem. Graphics: ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Story 6   Depth 10   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 03-05-13     Review Replies: 1

Mega Man X, One of the best, It sticks it to the rest.   osazemccurley
Mega Man X is the first game in the spinoff sequel of Capcom's successful Mega Man franchise. Simila...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 7   Depth 8   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 04-05-16     Review Replies: 2

No Doubt the Greatest Mega Man Game Ever!   Foodperson
UPDATE: Due to rules and popular request, I have decided to eliminate the SPOILERS. Honestly, I li...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 7   Depth 7   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 04-06-14     Updated: 04-11-14     Review Replies: 8

Mega Man X   tornadocam
A new Mega Man series started with Mega Man X. Players were introduced to this popular new Mega Man ...
      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 02-07-14     Updated: 07-18-14     Review Replies: 4

MrEon Plays: Mega Man X- The grim future of Megaman (and no Dr. Wiley)   MrEon
Personal thoughts and Feelings about Mega Man X: Now this is a trip down memory lane for me. Let...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 5   Story 8   Depth 8   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.9/5     Submitted: 04-30-13     Review Replies: 2

Mega Man X   Zircron Swift
If you played the first four or five Megaman games, you’ll notice they follow pretty much the ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 10   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.9/5     Submitted: 07-25-12     Updated: 01-15-15     Review Replies: 9

My MegamanX review   Frodlex
Alright, This is only my second review so it might not be the best but bear with me please. Overall...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 10   Story 7   Depth 8   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.9/5     Submitted: 07-06-13     Review Replies: 5

Mega Man Xtremely Epindicular   Whetsit Tuya
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 7   Depth 8   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.8/5     Submitted: 07-17-14     Updated: 07-24-14     Review Replies: 10

Megaman X1   RMJEtheReploid
(Warning: I was very mad before I did this review so I might get off of the topic) WHEN YOU FIND ME ...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3.7/5     Submitted: 04-23-14     Review Replies: 2

Megaman X Review   M4g1cW4rr10r
It's 2013! I figured that I should do a review for a legendary game with a legendary history, and I ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 7   Story 9   Depth 7   Difficulty 9

      Review Rating: 3.7/5     Submitted: 01-02-13     Review Replies: 6

Mega man X Review-SNES   hackerman
This is one of the best Megaman games in my opinion. I think I preferred this rather than the PSP ve...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 7   Story 7   Depth 5   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3.6/5     Submitted: 05-04-12     Review Replies: 5

One of the best SNES video games out there.   GameExpert54
Mega Man X is simply one of my favorite video games of all time. It's simple Mega Man action. It's a...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 8   Depth 8   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 3.6/5     Submitted: 08-20-11     Review Replies: 0

X, The Variable for Infinite Possibilites   tyranit
Hey guys, Tyranit here with a review of Mega Man X. X is a variable with infinite possibilities, whi...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Story 7   Depth 5   Difficulty 4

      Review Rating: 3.5/5     Submitted: 12-29-15     Review Replies: 1

Review - Mega Man X   OmegaVenomous
So, this is my review on the game Mega Man X. Enjoy!    Mega Man X, or Rockman X in Japa...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 8   Depth 9   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 3.5/5     Submitted: 11-19-16     Review Replies: 8

The New Beginning of X   superluigi1
This is one of the most, if not THE most epic Mega Man game I've ever played. And I will tell you wh...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 07-01-16     Review Replies: 3

Mega Man X Review   CrystalKnight
Megaman X, the titan of the Mega Man X series, and for good reason. Graphically, Megaman X is amaz...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 6   Story 7   Depth 7   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 03-26-16     Review Replies: 2

Best game ever   Blue2
Ah yes, Mega Man X. In my  opinion, this is the best game ever made. Graphics: All the sprites...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 9

      Review Rating: 3.1/5     Submitted: 12-09-12     Review Replies: 3

Megaman Reborn   evilcon09
Welcome to my review of Mega-Man x for the snes. Today i feel like i want to review this considering...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 6   Story 5   Depth 4   Difficulty 9

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 12-16-16     Review Replies: 1

If you liked the original, then you'll love the X series   megamanmaniac
If you liked the original Mega Man series, then you'll love the X series. The X series is set in 21X...
  Graphics 10   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Depth 8   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 2.9/5     Submitted: 07-28-12     Updated: 07-28-12     Review Replies: 0

Megaman X   GodotGuy2
Megaman X, This is a really awesome game. When I saw that the megaman formula had been changed on th...
  Graphics 10   Sound 9   Addictive 8   Story 9   Depth 10   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 2.4/5     Submitted: 03-01-13     Review Replies: 2

Great game   bretzy2000
Mega Man X  is a great game. Unlike the classic Mega Man games the X series always start...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 3   Depth 9   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 2.4/5     Submitted: 08-28-12     Review Replies: 0

Amazing.Just awesome.   benmario69
AMAZING.Just amazing as Mega Man x3.Just as the best secret in the game which I'm not going to menti...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 8   Story 8   Depth 10   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 2.3/5     Submitted: 04-15-12     Review Replies: 1

megaman x for snes   Awesome5000
Megaman X is a cyborg shoot em up game which is a fantastic title in the snes library .Play as megam...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 8   Difficulty 9

      Review Rating: 2.3/5     Submitted: 12-09-14     Updated: 12-09-14     Review Replies: 1

Megaman X Review.   ProbablyNotAPear
Hello everyone, this will be my first review since I've rejoined the site, I've been incredibly exci...
  Graphics 8   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 8   Depth 4   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 2/5     Submitted: 05-08-18     Review Replies: 0

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Mega Man X Cheat Codes

Misc. Passwords

Select the password option at the title screen and enter the following in the 3X4 grid, inputting the password from left to right, starting from the top left corner:
Password Effect
8441 2176 4423 4 Sub-Tanks, All Turbo Hearts, All Upgrades, All Bosses Defeated
5724 8418 3588 All 4 Subtanks, no armor, no weapons, no hearts
2653 3858 7584 All 4 Tanks, all heart tanks, and all bosses defeated.
8447 4666 6156 All abilities, heart tanks, sub-tanks, all bosses defeated, Zero's buster
6624 5468 8588 All armor upgrades, subtanks
4723 2486 1324 All Bosses Defeated - No Leg/Body/Helmet/Buster/Heart/SubTank
4653 4688 7884 All bosses defeated 2 turbo hearts 2 subtanks
2137 3188 8121 All bosses except Boomer Kuwanger and Sting Chameleon dead.
2556 2582 7114 All bosses except Sting Chameleon dead.
3676 4667 5148 All powerups and armor upgrades, all bosses beaten the first time through.
3748 8612 5524 All Subtanks & Hearts, NO Armor & Weapons
6485 1146 2321 All Upgrades No bosses Defeated
5583 4618 5824 All Upgrades, All bosses defeated, 1 turbo heart.
4423 8832 7824 All Upgrades, Chill Penguin Defeated, Storm Eagle Defeated
8141 2136 4426 All weapons, sub tanks, hearts, and levels completed
4764 8768 7748 Arm Capsule only
5147 8437 4536 Armored Armadillo defeated
7374 2268 6281 Beat the top half, and have collected the power ups on the top half.
4764 5788 3748 Body Capsule only
5151 3427 4261 Boomer Kuwanger defeated
5286 7136 5124 Chill Penguin and Storm Eagle dead.
4768 7258 1871 Chill Penguin Defeated
5337 5377 4171 Chill Penguin, Storm Eagle, and Flame Mammoth dead.
2147 5277 1281 Chill Penguin, Storm Eagle, Flame Mammoth, and Spark Mandrill dead.
6431 5168 8171 Chill Penguin, Storm Eagle, Flame Mammoth, Spark Mandrill, and Armoured Armadillo dead plus slide ability and head capsule.
2656 5112 3164 Chill Penguin, Storm Eagle, Flame Mammoth, Spark Mandrill, and Armoured Armadillo dead.
7431 3842 8523 Everthing unlocked ecxept no beaten Sigma
8437,2788,8161 everyone accept sting chameleon defeated, 6 heart tanks, 3 armor upgrades, and 3 sub-tanks
8441 2336 2421 Everything obtained except Leg Capsule
3733 6838 8744 Final Sigma Level/Last Battle
1764 1488 7748 First mini-level beaten
1573 5232 7264 Flame Mammoth defeated
1447 1838 1271 Full armor, 2 hearts, 2 sub-tanks, Chill Penguin, Storm Eagle and Flame Mammoth deafeated
5447 4177 4536 Get an extra life tank
6111 8747 4181 Have Storm Eagle, Flame Mammoth, Chill Penguin, & Boomer Kuwangtang dead w/ chest, helmet, arms, leg upgrades, 1 sub-tank, & a turbo heart
4664 1718 7748 Head Capsule only
1556 6642 7448 Launch Octopus defeated
5382 8566 2656 Leg Dash No bosses Defeated
4425 7272 3821 Leg Dash, Helmet Enhancement, No Bosses Defeated
1422 1412 7756 Leg Dash,Helmet enhancement with no bosses defeated
2653 7248 6488 No Leg Dash, Chill Penguin Defeated
5385 7136 6321 Opening Stage beat
5131 7358 4181 Spark Mandrill defeated
5385 7136 6861 Sting Chameleon defeated
6483 7376 5124 Storm Eagle defeated
3475 5668 2581 To have all Turbo Hearts, all Sub-Tanks, and all Armor Upgrades with no bosses defeated

Mega Man X Game Genie Codes

CODE KEY IN . . . EFFECT . . .
1 DBBE-446F Start with 10 lives
2 D1BE-446F Start with 7 lives
3 D0BE-446F Start with 5 lives
4 DDBE-446F Start with 1 life
5 C2B9-3404 Infinite lives
6 D6BE-47AF Start with less energy
7 4DBE-47AF Start with more energy
8 C2B9-1FF7 Infinite energy
9 6DB5-CD97 Most enemies are defeated with one shot
10 23BD-3F07 Start with all weapons and all enemies
defeated--EXCEPT SIGMA(tm)
11 C9B3-4769 Infinite weapons once you have them
12 D08A-1FBC Bogus jump
13 D58A-1FBC Super jump
14 DB8A-1FBC Mega-jump
15 DDB0-4FA1 Disable weapon charging
16 DDB1-4F61 Weapon charges to 1st power level faster

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Comments for Mega Man X

Sk1tzFr3n1k 12-18-18 - 11:08 AM
 Aw yeah. SNES has Cyberpunk. Used to be obsessed with this game when I was younger. This one game was the reason I wanted to play SNES.
NoxHardigan 08-11-18 - 06:52 PM
 Hey where is the Medafan option on the choose an emulator/play game part of the screen?? I'm not seeing it for any of the games that have that option.
RUBBERGUY44 12-05-16 - 11:43 AM
 Last time I played this game, was about seven years ago. So far, this the only one from the X-series I have played (I have played 1-7 from the Classic series). I'm still planning to play the next ones after I complete this one to 100%.
OmegaVenomous 11-19-16 - 07:06 AM
 This is my first Mega Man game, but it is freaking difficult. Great music, great graphics, great bosses, but the difficulty is amazing.
LerouxBailly 07-05-16 - 08:36 AM
 The best game ever
Jinx98 04-10-16 - 06:21 PM
 Playing this now, I'm trying to remember what I was doing or how well I was playing in order to make to Sigma palace 1 when I was a kid, because I just recently found out bosses had weaknesses and had no upgrades minus the boots.
Jinx98 04-10-16 - 01:40 PM
 I'll say the most retarded thing they did with this game was add in the rapid respawn rate. Walk away for a second and the enemy is back.
xLestaTx 03-27-16 - 11:03 AM
 This is hard tbh..
Game08 01-02-16 - 10:40 AM
 I have this
freej66 12-14-15 - 07:40 PM
 This game is very fun!
AmnesiaMaster28 12-11-15 - 05:18 PM
 Sigma, I think you should get better fortresses because all the ones you use are very easily penetrated.
sora7487 07-26-15 - 10:10 AM
 So friggan hard with mah keyboard ;_;
MajoraSkyward67 06-28-15 - 08:40 PM
AmnesiaMaster28 01-30-15 - 06:34 PM
 @dsc I'm only 11, even WITH cheats, I find the game to still be hard. Bu that's just my skill. I am at the final boss of Sigma Section 2, but I'm kinda stuck cause it's really hard.
dsc 01-28-15 - 09:18 AM
 @Amnesia Why use cheat codes anyways? The game is far to easy to beat to use cheat codes on it
AmnesiaMaster28 01-18-15 - 03:33 PM
 Why are some of the cheat code effects so misleading?
Dark sword Z 12-18-14 - 10:22 AM
 Armored armaglicth
Awesome5000 12-05-14 - 05:14 AM
 this game is one of capcoms greatest snes titles,game's awesome,and epic soundtrack
MeatAndPotatoes 10-20-14 - 12:42 AM
 Yeah, that it's.
derpykirby 10-08-14 - 06:31 PM
 My childhood :,D I can play my childhood again and get everything
darksonic12 09-09-14 - 06:17 PM
 Ah this game is amazing the music is awesome [storm eagle im looking at you and spark mandrill]. The gameplay is amazing and this is possibly the best megaman game ever made amazing work Capcom wish they didn't cancel the megaman series.
Snodeca 07-19-14 - 02:14 PM
 Gonna Live Stream a race
Whetsit Tuya 07-17-14 - 04:26 AM
 This game is literally improbably implausible to beat without a controller!
Nitro65 07-08-14 - 05:56 PM
 i love this game
sonic3321 04-30-14 - 09:04 AM
 i beat spark mandrill without power ups just mega buster #swag

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