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 Oct 27, 2005 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* NES 20th anniversary

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1up's halfway through their NES 20th anniversary bash, and plenty of the articles chide Nintendo for not being visionary enough when it counted - putting them at their 3rd place in the market today, with the handheld division being what really keeps them afloat.

Today's article: The top 15 list.

The original Mega Man had style, charm and ragingly difficult game play, and it laid down the groundwork for one of the most popular (and sequeled) series in gaming history. Mega Man 2, however, had all these elements too -- and it was incredibly polished. A labor of love by Keiji Inafune and a team of dedicated Capcom designers, MM2 featured amazing music, phenomenal graphics, and gameplay that still feels fresh and exquisitely balanced more than 15 years and 50 sequels later.


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