Mega Man was developed and published by Capcom in 1987 for the NES, it’s “made up of six stages, with a Robot Master at the end guarding a weapon.” ScrewAttack takes a look back at this game after the jump.

The stage select screen allows the player to choose from these six stages, and when they are all completed, the seventh and last stage appears in the middle of the menu, replacing the text “Stage Select, Press Start”. This last stage is in fact more like four regular stages linked together, some a bit shorter than average, but with very hard bosses

Mega Man was developed and published by Capcom in 1987 for the NES, it’s “made up of six stages, with a Robot Master at the end guarding a weapon.” ScrewAttack takes a look back at this game after the jump.

The stage select screen allows the player to choose from these six stages, and when they are all completed, the seventh and last stage appears in the middle of the menu, replacing the text “Stage Select, Press Start”. This last stage is in fact more like four regular stages linked together, some a bit shorter than average, but with very hard bosses