Megaman: The Power Battle

Released in 1994

Developer: Capcom
Manufacturer: Capcom
Distributor: Capcom

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Megaman: The Power Battle marquee
game marquee

Game Summary

A decent platformer to look at and has excellent novelty and collectable value but isn't the most fun to play.

Additional Hardware Info (from Mame)

68000 cpu @ 10 Mhz
Z80 cpu @ 4 Mhz
YM-2151 audio @ 3 Mhz
OKI6295 audio

Hardware Platform

Capcom System 1

Mame ROMs

megaman, Mega Man - The Power Battle (Asia)
rockmanj, Rockman - The Power Battle (Japan)

Game Details

This game was released on both of Capcom's CPS1 and CPS2 hardware. Both are very rare and now hard to find anyware. The game wasnt really a hit in the US so not many units were made. The gameplay basicly consisted of the player choosing one of 3 heroes. You take your hero and fight against various bosses from the Mega Man nintendo and SNES games. You could choose to go against the bosses from Mega Man 1 and 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6, or 7. All you did in the game was fight bosses. Graphics were good for the time, but the game was primitive and the bosses patterns were easy.


Megaman: The Power Battle control panel
control panel


Megaman: The Power Battle title screen
title screen
Megaman: The Power Battle gameplay screen shot
gameplay screen
Megaman: The Power Battle promotional flyer
promotional flyer

Coinop.org Member Ratings / Comments

***** by Yu_Gi_Oh_KingofGames. Comment: "I've played this game at the arcade and all I have to say is that this games is the most fun I've had in a long time with a megaman game. It's a lot more fun than any other Megaman games (excluding Megaman X games) and let you choose from Megaman, Protoman, and Bassman. If you see this game put in a quarter (or token) and have a blast." 2001-11-04 20:57:15Z

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