Mega Man X (Rockman X in Japan) is the second sub-series of games set in the Mega Man universe, featuring Mega Man X and Zero. There are eleven games in the series, not including remakes or anthologies.
Games in the Sub-Series Edit
The games are listed in order of their official timeline.
- Mega Man X - (1993)
- Mega Man X2 - (1994)
- Mega Man Xtreme - (2000)
- Mega Man X3 - (1995)
- Mega Man Xtreme 2 - (2001)
- Mega Man X4 - (1997)
- Mega Man X5 - (2000)
- Mega Man X6 - (2001)
- Mega Man X7 - (2003)
- Mega Man X8 - (2004)
- Mega Man X: Command Mission - (2004)
Remakes and CompilationsEdit
- Mega Man Maverick Hunter X - (2006) - A remake of the original Mega Man X.
- Mega Man X Collection - (2006) - A compilation consisting of Mega Man X - Mega Man X6, plus Mega Man Battle & Chase. It should be noted that Xtreme and Xtreme 2 were not part of this anthology.
For manga, see individual Mega Man X game pages.
Capcom released Mega Man X for the Super NES to give a new image to the Mega Man game series. There are a total of 13 games in the Mega Man X series: Mega Man X, X2 and X3 on the Super NES (with ports of X1 and X3 to the PC, and a port of X3, released only in Japan and Europe, to the PlayStation and Sega Saturn), Mega Man X4-6 on the PlayStation (X4 also being on the Sega Saturn, and X4-5 being ported to the PC), Mega Man X7-8 on the PlayStation 2 (X8 also being on the PC in Japan and Europe, while X7 was (possibly) only released in South Korea), the RPG Mega Man X: Command Mission on the GameCube and PlayStation 2, and Mega Man Xtreme and Xtreme 2 on the Game Boy Color. Mega Man X was remade on the PlayStation Portable as Mega Man Maverick Hunter X.
Box Art Edit
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