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[[File:Vectorman.png|right|160px]]'''''Vectorman''''' is a platform game developed by [[BlueSky Software]] and published by [[Sega]] for the [[Sega Mega Drive]]. It was released on October 24, 1995 in North America and on November 30, 1995 in Europe.
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[[File:Mmww_title.png|right|160px]]'''''Mega Man: The Wily Wars''''', known as '''''Rockman Mega World''''' (ロックマンメガワールド) in Japan, is a compilation released in 1994 by [[Capcom]] for the [[Sega Mega Drive]] containing ports of the first three of the "classic" series ''Mega Man'' games, plus a set of bonus stages, collectively called "Wily Tower," to play after beating all three. In the United States, it was released as a [[Sega Channel]] exclusive. Some experienced players of the original NES games may notice that the game speed is slightly slower thus making the game in some cases easier, but other parts may become more difficult due to different timings.
  
''Vectorman'' was made partly in response to [[Nintendo]]/[[Rare]]'s ''Donkey Kong Country'', which contained pioneering graphics with pre-rendered 3D models as sprites. ''Donkey Kong Country''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s marketing stated that the game was impossible to do on Sega's Mega Drive, and ''Vectorman'' acts as one attempt to prove Nintendo wrong.
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In these games the objective is to pick a stage, navigate it defeating enemies along the way with the buster, and beat the robot master at the end of the stage. Once the player defeats the robot master you gain it's weapon to use on a different robot master. In layman's terms it's like a game of rock-paper-scissors. Once you have defeated all the robot masters the player goes to the Wily stages where the final set of levels awaits.
  
The game is also a part of the ''[[Sega Genesis Collection]]'' for the [[PlayStation 2]] and [[PlayStation Portable]] and is part of the [[Sonic Gems Collection]] for the [[Nintendo GameCube]]. It was released on the [[Wii]] [[Virtual Console]] on February 27, 2007 in Japan and April 5, 2007 in Europe, and in North America on September 22, 2008. Vectorman is part of ''[[Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection]]'' as well.
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Mega Man: The Wily Wars, known as Rockman Mega World (ロックマンメガワールド) in Japan, is a compilation released in 1994 by Capcom for the Sega Mega Drive containing ports of the first three of the "classic" series Mega Man games, plus a set of bonus stages, collectively called "Wily Tower," to play after beating all three. In the United States, it was released as a Sega Channel exclusive. Some experienced players of the original NES games may notice that the game speed is slightly slower thus making the game in some cases easier, but other parts may become more difficult due to different timings.

In these games the objective is to pick a stage, navigate it defeating enemies along the way with the buster, and beat the robot master at the end of the stage. Once the player defeats the robot master you gain it's weapon to use on a different robot master. In layman's terms it's like a game of rock-paper-scissors. Once you have defeated all the robot masters the player goes to the Wily stages where the final set of levels awaits.

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