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Maverick Revenge II

Hack of Mega Man 5

Description:

This is the sequel to my first hack Maverick Revenge for Mega Man IV. This time it’s based on Mega Man V.

I am kinda done with “hacking”, since I still haven’t learned any ASM. Therefore this hack will never be more finished then it is. You can play to the last Wily stage, however you won’t get longer. Also, after the last Proto Man stage it may seem like the game has frozen, but it will go on if you just wait.

Because of that I never learned ASM I couldn’t do what I really wanted - to add Maverick instead of robot masters, therefore the confusing name. I understand it may seem weird, but that’s the explanation.

What you actually CAN do in this hack, to not confuse anyone:

  • Finish all 8 robot masters
  • Finish all Proto Man stages
  • Finish to the last Wily stage
  • Collect ALL MEGAMANV letters, yes they are there but well hidden :)

The soundtrack is also changed.

I tried to push the NES graphic-wise as much as possible, and there I think I did succeed in some ways.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Megaman V (U) [!].nes - GOODNES 3.14
  • CRC32: 5E023291
  • MD5: D7D22BF9EDFB16469975F7F4D8DA518F
  • SHA-1: 1748E9B6ECFF0C01DD14ECC7A48575E74F88B778
  • SHA-256: 32BD2B4ECD2129AA5337AFE9171696EF35646D3FD597339AEBBA19221764521C

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
mickevincentHacking

User Review Information

Not Disappointed

Reviewed By: ananda on 04 Nov 2012

I played this hack and I found it ‘meh’ at first sight. Charge Man and Star Man stages are too short. But I know from the author this hack is not completed enough and still needs more additions.

But, it’s my fault for judging before playing throughly. Although the graphics are too ‘complex’ for standard Mega Man Classic series, the level designs are blowing my mind. They’re surely beyond awesome, especially in Dark and Wily stages!

As for the music itself, I like Charge and Dark Man music. But some are similar to Chiko’s hacks… Great, but for technical replacement is still meh. However, it’s still worth listening.

If you want to learn how to make great level designs, I extremely recommended to try this one!

Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Good hackNess04 Jan 2013N/AYes
Not Disappointedananda04 Nov 2012N/AYes