Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection Reviews
Overall, in a deal of 6 games in one collection with added features for new and casual players, the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy collection is certainly an enjoyable and potentially challenging experience
Although it doesn't do a good job in localization, it's still a must-buy collection for Mega Man fans.
Review in Chinese | Read full review
30 bucks, 6 games, 5 heroes, 1 cart or disc. I think Zero/ZX Legacy Collection is the ultimate compilation of Mega Man thus far.
A few extra quality of live improvements would have made this collection even better, but it’s still worth a pickup in its finished state.
There’s fun to be had here, sure, but it’s found in pockets among huge swathes of frustration.
There is plenty to love about the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection. With great new additions like Casual Mode and a Checkpoint system, the Zero franchise can be enjoyed by both new and longtime fans of the franchise. It's just a shame that improvements seen in later games weren't retroactively put into earlier games to bring them all completely up to date.
Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection is one of the first must-own titles of 2020.
Any one of these games are worth throwing 10 bucks at, much less all six. So long as you can deal with some antiquated visuals (even with the new look) and a bit of exploration-based frustration with the ZX games in particular, you'll have plenty of rainy days squared away with the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection.
The games included in the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection aren't always perfect, but they're still a ton of fun to take on thanks to some impressive stories, graphics and a nice level of challenge. Like the previous Legacy Collections for the Classic and X series, it's something fans will love to rediscover or even discover for the first time and is worth picking up. It's an odd chapter of Mega Man history, but one worth learning about again.
With an engaging story, tight controls, and flashy action, the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection makes you feel like a real hero, despite some stumbles along the way.
If you’re a fan of Mega Man, or even action platformers in general, the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection is worth checking out.
The games in the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy still deliver, but the bonus features are pretty standard fare.
Mega Man Zero/ZX Collection is a convenient round-up of some historic 2D platformers that, for the most part, hold up.
Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection contains most of Inti Creates' best work, and it's another Capcom collection worth adding to your Switch library.
Another good shot for Capcom, and finally we can play the four Mega Man Zero in their best form: we have the most balanced versions ever, for at least twenty beautiful hours. A love letter to the fans and a good opportunity for the other to know a good part of videogames history. Unfortunately the greatest extra of the collection, the Z Chaser, is not good as it looks like at first and its forbidden controls remapping ruins the experience.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Compiling six solid titles together, the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection shines a light on a series that many never got the chance to experience. These games offer a fresh take on a familiar formula and a welcome diversion from the main series.
Mega Man Zero / ZX Legacy Collection offers six quite challenging games with several options ranging from visual style and region, through new difficulty options, as well as a new game mode. Without a doubt, a great collection that any Mega Man fan should try.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Capcom brings the next series of Mega Man games to current-gen consoles and PC with another spectacular collection.
For die-hard series fans, the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection stands as one of Capcom’s most attractive retro collections yet.