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Mega Man 3: The Battle of Gamma

Hack of Mega Man 3


This is a ROM hack of Capcom’s Mega Man III for the NES, which includes the following:

  • New levels
  • New music (some songs from other MM games and some original songs)
  • A new title screen
  • Minor graphic changes

Please be advised that this hack is more difficult than the original game and is aimed towards players who master the original game quite well.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Megaman III (U) [!].nes - GOODNES 3.14
  • CRC32: 452D8089
  • MD5: 75B924155CAFEE335C9EA7A01BFC8EFB
  • SHA-1: 53197445E137E47A73FD4876B87E288ED0FED5C6
  • SHA-256: EDDBE571CF0A201BA9D090FBACE9843C9C9DD4053051649F2575B088752F4675




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User Review Information

Hit or Miss

Reviewed By: Mother Kojiro on 05 Dec 2017

This hack starts off pretty unassuming with no new music and a very subdued title screen, but once you pick a robot master, you’re blasted in the face with awesome music. I picked Shadow Man first, and I was completely blown away; there were bright orange cascades with a blue and dark cyan background. Spark Man’s stage looks great in gold with blue lights, and Gemini Man’s stage is a wonderful experience with bright red, green, and blue and the music from the Pluto stage from Mega Man 5 on the Game Boy. Wily Stage 1 has a cool section, as seen on this page, with pipes spilling lava everywhere. Perhaps my favorite stage is Wily 4, which is bright red with blue pipes, and further down is an open area with spikes and conveyors over an open pit that makes it likely the most beautiful evil basement I’ve ever seen.

My biggest problem with this hack is the level design; I know that it’s supposed to be more challenging, but it’s not always a good challenge. A lot of times, you’ll have enemies with cheap placements, like cannons lower than you can hit them, sometimes near tiny blocks over pits. The design has a more puzzle-oriented feel to it, which is a neat idea, and there are occasionally interesting concepts, but often, it makes the levels feel a little tedious; it’s a mixed blessing. I found the music in Magnet Man and Top Man’s stage a little grating, too. Despite my gripes, I’d still recommend experiencing this one at least once.

Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
Hit or MissMother Kojiro05 Dec 20171.0Yes
Awesome Musicananda07 Nov 2011N/AYes