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Mega Man X7 (PlayStation 2)

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Title Screen

Mega Man X7 (PlayStation 2)

Also known as: Rockman X7 (JP)
Developers: Capcom Production Studio 3, Valuewave
Publisher: Capcom
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in JP: July 17, 2003
Released in US: October 14, 2003
Released in EU: March 5, 2004

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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Mega Man X7 is the first 3D game in the Mega Man X series. The game is pretty infamous for several reasons, inclu- BURN! BURN! BU-BURN! BURN TO THE GROUND! BURN TO TH- BURN!

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Document the prototype version. source:
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images of Aluce between the Japanese and international versions, and difference in title screen between the European and international versions. (Europe title screen uses the bland European logo screen)

Unused Graphics

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Stage Select

While the opening stage can't be revisited, both parts of the stage have a name for the stage select screen: Crimson Fortress and Highway.

The first two are unused.
(Source: Sprites Inc.)

It also has placeholders for an armor portrait and an extra icon for Zero's attacks (who has one less than X and Axl).

Regional Differences


In the Japanese version, Aluce (one of the criminal Reploids in the opening scene) has a cigar that was removed in the international versions. The cigar was eventually removed in both the Japanese and international versions of Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2.

Japan International

In the Japanese version, the opening song is "Code Crush" by Rina Aiuchi. The international versions have an instrumental song instead, named "No Holdin' Back" in Rockman X Sound Box.

Name Changes

Five of the eight members of Red Alert had their names changed for international releases, but you probably guessed that by yourself.

Japan International
Tornado Debonion Tornado Tonion
Hellride Inobusky Ride Boarski
Snipe Ariquick Snipe Anteator
Wind Karasting Wind Crowang
Vanishing Gungaroon Vanishing Gungaroo


Japan International

The ending song has lyrics in the Japanese version, while the international versions removed them.