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Check out my blog on Mega Man 7 the first classic Mega Man that was developed after the X series. Check out how this historical oddity turned out.

 
 
 

Mega Man Lordspective: Mega Man 7

Producer: Tokuro Fujiwara Director: Yoshihisa Tsuda Release: 1995 Console: SNES   Mega Man 7 occupies the awkward spot of being the first game officially confirming that the Classic Mega Man series that started on the NES is di...

 
 
 
 

Check out my review of TombRaider on the PS1. This origin of the iconic character may have been a masterpiece once, but time, as it was for the depilated ruins in the game, wasn't kind to it.

 
 
 

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently playing. I am going to review those within brackets once completed: -[Tomb Raider (PS1)] -Travis Strikes Again: NMH (Hold) -Axiom Verge (Hold) -Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4)

 
 
 

Check out my blog on Mega Man 6 the best classic Mega Man game (also the official opinion of Destructoid). Also, check out the rest of my Mega Man Retrospective blogs.

 
 
 

PS1 REVIEWS: Tomb Raider

There is no doubt that the first Tomb Raider is an absolutely iconic game. Not only was it a pioneering title at the start of the 3D era, but it also introduced the iconic character of Lara Croft, one of gaming's most famous leading la...

 
 
 
 

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently playing. I am going to review those within brackets once completed: -[Tomb Raider (PS1)] -Travis Strikes Again: NMH (Hold) -Axiom Verge (Hold) -Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4)

 
 
 

Mega Man Lordspective: Mega Man 6

Producer: Tokuro Fujiwara Programmers: Mitsuteru Fukushima, Nobuhito Shimizu Release: 1993, 1994   Released very late in the NES lifecycle, well after the SNES established itself and, in the US, after the release of the amazing...

 
 
 
 

Check out my review of Valkyrie Profile on the PS1. This cult-favorite classic fully deserves that moniker, with beautiful graphics and unique gameplay. Let me know what you think.

 
 
 

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently playing. I am going to review those within brackets once completed: -[Valkyrie Profile (PS1)] -Valkyria Chronicles 4 (Switch) -Guacamelee! 2 (Switch) -Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4)

 
 
 

PS1 REVIEWS: Valkyrie Profile

Valkyrie Profile is just the type of game that is typical of the many hidden gems in the PS1 library. Experimental in every way, both trying to expand the genres before it and forge its own path, it ends up becoming an entirely unique ...

 
 
 
 

Check out my blog on Mega Man 5 as part of my Mega Man retrospective blogs. The 5th game is a step-up from the 4th, but still suffers from some of the balance issues associated with the Charge shot

 
 
 

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently playing. I am going to review those within brackets once completed: -[Valkyrie Profile (PS1)] -Valkyria Chronicles 4 (Switch) -Guacamelee! 2 (Switch) -Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4)

 
 
 

Mega Man Lordspective: Mega Man 5

Producer: Tokuro Fujiwara Director: Ichirou Mihara Release: 1992   At this stage, the SNES was picking up steam, but the NES still kept an audience. As Capcom worked on the first SNES Mega Man game, they also were still making ...

 
 
 
 

Check out my blog on Mega Man 4 as part of my Mega Man retrospective blogs. See what I thought of the fourth game in the classic series, and provide whatever feedback you can.

 
 
 

The damn blog editor just ate my blog when I updated it. Fuck. 2 hours down the drain and now I need to rewrite what I already wrote again (which is much harder than writing it originally). Aaaarrrgh

 
 
 

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently playing. I am going to review those within brackets once completed: -[Valkyrie Profile (PS1)] -Valkyria Chronicles 4 (Switch) -Guacamelee! 2 (Switch) -Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4)

 
 
 

Mega Man Lordspective: Mega Man 4

Producer: Tokuro Fujiwara Director: Yoshinori Takenaka Release: 1991, 1992 Released after the launch of the SNES, it wasn't immediately apparent that Mega Man 4 lagged behind technologically to the new 16bit device, except if you c...

 
 
 
 

Check out my blog on #post]Mega Man 3[/url] as part of my Mega Man retrospective blogs. I put a lot of effort making this one, and hope you like the end results.

 
 
 

Check out my blog on #post]Mega Man 3[/url] as part of my Mega Man retrospective blogs. I put a lot of effort making this one, and hope you like the end results.

 
 
 

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently playing. I am going to review those within brackets once completed: -[Valkyrie Profile (PS1)] -Valkyria Chronicles 4 (Switch) -Guacamelee! 2 (Switch) -Yakuza 4 Remastered (PS4) -Into the Breach (Swit

 
 
 

Mega Man Lordspective: Mega Man 3

Producer: Tokuro Fujiwara Director: Masayoshi Kurokawa Release: 1990   After the success of the first two games, it was clear that Mega Man has become a stalwart Capcom franchise, and a third game was in order. In fact, a third...

 
 
 
 

Check out my blog on Mega Man 2 as part of my Mega Man retrospective blogs. I put a lot of effort making this one, and hope you like the end results. Please provide feedback to improve it further.

 
 
 

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently playing. I am going to review those within brackets once completed: -[Valkyrie Profile (PS1)] -Valkyria Chronicles 4 (Switch) -Guacamelee! 2 (Switch) -Yakuza 4 Remastered (PS4) -Into the Breach (Swit

 
 
 

Mega Man Lordspective: Mega Man 2

Producer: Tokuro Fujiwara Director: Akira Kitamura Release: 1988, 1989   There is no doubt that the first Mega Man game was a demo of the concept by Capcom, albeit a complete and very good demo, and that's because its immediate...

 
 
 


About Lord Spencerone of us since 5:57 PM on 01.12.2014

Hello all, I am Lord Spencer, your friendly neighborhood royalty. Yes, the ancient bloodlines are letting absolutely anyone in these days.

Being the lurker that I am, I have been following Destructoid for more than four years. Well, its 3 AM where I live now, and I just plunged in getting HUGE in the way.

Here is hoping for a fun time.

Oh yes, here is a little more info about me that is probably not as interesting as I think it is:

-I owned and played about 1000+ games.
-I owned and read about 2000+ books (I counted comic books I read as a kid so this is not as impressive as it sounds).
-I absolutely love Legos.

Out of all the games I played, I only regret playing a few. I am a big fan of gaming, and thus I really like most of what I play.

Thanks to the excellent work of community member Dango, now I have a cool infographic of my top 20 games. This list is not my final one, but what I thought off at the moment. If you notice, they are presented in chronological order:





Oh, and here is a link to my blogs:
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