Mega Man Zero Collection’s New Mode(s) Leaked

By Spencer . February 8, 2010 . 9:47am

imageAside from avoiding eBay scalpers, Mega Man Zero Collection has other bonuses. The Nintendo DS compilation has extra features.


One of them is collection mode, which adds data you found to a Mega Man Zero mini-museum. Part cards, character cards, and wallpaper illustrations can be viewed in this mode. Collected character cards for heroes, rivals, and even rare characters come with information about them. A glimpse of this mode was revealed with the debut trailer.


Retailer Game Star also mentions easy scenario mode, a mode that lets players experience the whole Mega Man Zero arc in sequential order. However, it’s unclear if or how this will be different from just playing games on a Game Boy Advance in order.


Mega Man Zero Collection arrives in Japan on April 22 and has a floating summer release in North America.

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  • ryne11

    Any word if the E-reader bonuses will be added to the game, since NA never got them?
    I hope but doubt the US will get an uncensored version.

    • Kris

      That’s interesting, what did they cut from the US versions?

      • pressstart

        Blood or oil when you cut some robots in half.

        • dv8shun

          While I remember the blood looked cool, it really made no sense for these robots to be “bleeding”.

          • fermented

            Yeah, I didn’t think seeing them bleed made any sense either, which is why I didn’t care much that it was remove in the NA version for the sake of getting an E content rating.

    • Nothing said about those, sorry. This is just a retail fact sheet leak for the Japanese version though, so there’s still some hope.

  • The easy scenario mode seems interesting. Does that mean the whole series will play as if it was one big game?

    • That’s what it sounds like to me.

  • kupomogli

    If they make the amount you’re able to see bigger it’ll be better. So zoom out a bit. The first game was great, but aside from the bad level design, the rest of them just included a lot of cheap hits, mainly because of the extremely closed in picture which you could only see an inch in front and behind Zero.

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