Super Adventure Rockman

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Super Adventure Rockman
System(s): Sega Saturn
Publisher: Capcom
Sound driver: SCSP/CD-DA (1/1/1Track)
Genre: Adventure[1][2]

Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Saturn
¥5,8005,800 T-1225G
Sega Rating: All Ages
Sega Saturn
¥5,8005,800 T-1241G
Sega Rating: All Ages
Non-Sega versions

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Super Adventure Rockman (スーパーアドベンチャー ロックマン) is a 1998 game in the Rockman/Mega Man series of games by Capcom for the Sega Saturn and PlayStation.

The Japanese release schedule suggests this was originally planned as three separate releases, before they were merged together into one package.


Dr. Wily has rediscovered an ancient alien supercomputer named "Ra Moon" in the ruins of the Amazon. Wily uses Ra Moon to revive his Robot Masters from previous games in the series. Wily also discovers Ra Moon's ability to cease almost all machinery and electricity in the world, as well as causing an invasive virus to spread across all technology. Roll is affected by the virus, with Dr. Light immunizing Rockman and his brothers to prevent them from being infected. With Roll in trouble as well as the rest of the planet, Rockman sets out to stop Wily and Ra Moon before it is too late.


The game is an interactive full-motion video game split across three episodes. It revolves primarily around the player watching pre-recorded animation cutscenes depicting the storyline. The game is divided into three different discs, each presenting itself as an anime episode and containing roughly a half-hour of video footage. Certain points allow the player to select a branching path, which can either lead them to helpful items or an ambush by enemies, sometimes utilizing quick-time events. If the player is ambushed, they are transferred to a rail shooter-like mini-game where they must point an on-screen cursor onto enemies and shoot them. Some of these fights feature Robot Masters from earlier Rockman games.



Two versions of this game exist, marked T-1225G and T-1241G respectively. The former was recalled due to a disc defect, and the latter can be identified for using jewel case quad packaging.


Keiji Inafune disowned the game due to its darker tone, and apologized to fans for the alleged low quality of the game.

Magazine articles

Main article: Super Adventure Rockman/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

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Super Adventure Rockman

Saturn, JP
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Saturn, JP (Rerelease)
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Disc 1
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Disc 2
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Disc 3

Technical information

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