Mega Man 11

Rating Summary

Based on 113 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

81

Top Critic Average

74%

Critics Recommend

Based on 113 critic reviews
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7.5 / 10.0
Oct 1, 2018

It's not revolutionary, but Mega Man 11 feels almost like a classic Mega Man game, and is a good foundation for the next 10 games.

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Recommended
Oct 1, 2018

Capcom's iconic action hero returns in an adventure that maintains the trademark brutal challenge while finding a way in for newcomers.

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8.5 / 10.0
Oct 1, 2018
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7 / 10
Oct 1, 2018

A Mega Man sequel that, despite its flash new looks and newb-friendly approach, conservatively touts the same formula Capcom has been using these past 30 years.

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8.8 / 10.0
Oct 1, 2018

This Mega Man looks modern, but it offers a classic Mega Man challenge. Thankfully, four difficulty settings and a range of upgrades help ease in all types of players

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7 / 10
Oct 1, 2018

Mega Man 11 is a solid return for the Blue Bomber, but it's held back somewhat by overly long and frustrating stage design.

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Unscored
Oct 1, 2018

Capcom recaptures the magic of Mega Man in its rock-solid sequel

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Unscored
Oct 2, 2018

Although it's a solid, well-made game, it ultimately left me unsatisfied.

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Oct 1, 2018

Mega Man is back from exile, and he brought a nice gift for us to show there's no hard feelings. Mega Man 11 brings back the same high-quality platforming that made the Blue Bomber a household name in the '80s and '90s, and the new Double Gear system shakes up the classic gameplay without feeling like an intrusion.

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Oct 1, 2018

The game is probably close to what you'd expect: a collection of hard-as-nails platforming levels capped off by a boss fight where you get more gear so you can tackle even more hard-as-nails platforming levels and boss fights. However, its new Gear System and difficulty settings simultaneously make it more accessible and deeper while not sacrificing its core identity.

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