Mega Man X8, known as Rockman X8 (ロックマンX8) in Japan, and often shortened to MMX8, is a game of the Mega Man X series released for the PlayStation 2 in 2004.
Mega Man X8, known as Rockman X8 (ロックマンX8) in Japan, and often shortened to MMX8, is a game of the Mega Man X series released for the PlayStation 2 in 2004. The game was later ported to the PC in South Korea, Europe and the United States. It was released on PlayStation Network in Japan as part of the PS2 classics on December 16, 2015 and was re-released as part of Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 on July 24, 2018 in North America and Europe, and was released two days later in Japan.
Mega Man X8, known as Rockman X8 (ロックマンX8) in Japan, is a video game developed by Capcom for the Sony PlayStation 2 console. It is the eighth and, to date, final game in the Mega Man X series (excluding spin-offs and remakes). It was first released in North America on December 7, 2004. The PS2 version, as well as a Microsoft Windows iteration, were released in Japan and Europe the following year. On December 16, 2015 it was released on PlayStation Network in Japan
Mega Man X8 is the eighth and final game (so far) in the Mega Man X series released in North America for the PlayStation 2 on December 7, 2004.
Mega Man X8 is the eighth and final game (so far) in the Mega Man X series released in North America for the PlayStation 2 on December 7, 2004. It's up to the X, Zero, and Axl to stop the Mavericks once again and rescue Lumine. Advertisement: As you may have guessed by now, the gameplay of X8 is very much like its predecessors as players complete a series of stages and defeat the bosses to earn their special weapon. In addition to gaining special weapons from bosses, players can develop upgrades for the heroes with Metals scattered through the stages and dropped by slain enemies.
Overall gameplay in Mega Man X8 is mostly similar to previous Mega Man X games and has removed the 3D style .
Overall gameplay in Mega Man X8 is mostly similar to previous Mega Man X games and has removed the 3D style from Mega Man X7 in favor of 2D style although 2 of the stages namely "Central White" and "Dynasty" are fully 3. Megaman X8 introduces minor new mechanics after the average reception of X7. The first is Guard Break which is used to break shields of enemies with continuous hits and serves as a defensive shield. Double Attack is also present in X8 in which players combine their attacks to target an enemy in Matrix-esque futuristic environment. Megaman X8 also features the return of boss doors,which were absent in X7. Additionally X can mix-match his armors.
Home Mega Man X series Mega Man X8 Items Guide. Instead, X8 features a chip development system where you'll develop individual parts for each Hunter to enhance their abilities by collecting Metals. Hidden in stages are valuable Rare Metals, giving you the best abilities to develop. Eight of Dr. Light's capsules also await recovery, and upon finding the first capsule Dr. Light will give X the Neutral Armor which you can customize with the eight.
Like most Mega Man games, you just have to find a place to jump in and start, and I found Trilobyte’s stage and boss battle to be relatively easy to defeat without weapons. Still, feel free to hop into the circle in another place instead. Remember, if you have troubles with the game, enter stages to gather items, then quit out if you can’t make it all the way through.
Mega Man X8. Minimum System Requirements. OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/7. Open Mega Man X8 Game folder. CPU: Pentium 3 @ 1 GHz or Equivalent Processor. RAM: 128 MB. Hard Drive: 1 GB Free. Video Card: 64 MB. Sound Card: DirectX Compatible.