5 out of 5
Beat the bad guyz
If you want to go with my experience, Mega Man X4 is one of most thrilling old games from Capcom which are still famous. The game is not just limited to fighting the bad guys as it goes beyond its original theme. The controls are as swift and easy as they can get. The motion speed of the characters here has been calibrated perfectly and this allows for easy control and perfect execution of the moves. The X's and the Zeroes are the two character lines from which you can select from. Each line has its own set of abilities which need to be employed at the right moment. The graphics at each level are fascinating and exceed one's expectation for an old school game. The game play is cheesy and there is no chance to get bored because every character gives you something new on the cards. Well i must say that this game has stood the test of time and really drives you back into the golden period of PC games. Mega Man 3 is another exciting prospect
in the Mega Man series.
5 out of 5
The best of the entire X series
In my opinion, the best out of the entire X series. The music sticks with you (it's awesome), the storyline is riveting (plot twists galore), and touches on deeper subjects besides the usual beat-the-badguy routine.As far as gameplay, the controls are fluid and extremely comfortable because the characters' movements arent' too fast nor too slow. X's abilities are interesting but difficult to handle unless you figure out the right time/situation to employ them. You get two stories (character select): Zero's or X's, and both are extremely rewarding.The levels are absolutely stunning and seem to span beyond what you see on the screen. Don't let the age of this game fool you: it is far more well-rounded and fascinating than the newer games Capcom is chugging out these days.It's got the right amount of old-school without being boring and cheesy, and it's got the right amount of tension and dirty grunge. I wish I hadn't worn my disc out.