Mega Man X7 (PlayStation 2)
|Mega Man X7 (PlayStation 2)|
Also known as: Rockman X7 (JP)
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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!
Document the prototype version. source:http://megaman.wikia.com/wiki/Mega_Man_X7#Rockman_X7_Trial_Edition
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)
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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.
It also has placeholders for an armor portrait and an extra icon for Zero's attacks (who has one less than X and Axl).
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.
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.
Five of the eight members of Red Alert had their names changed for international releases, but you probably guessed that by yourself.
|Tornado Debonion||Tornado Tonion|
|Hellride Inobusky||Ride Boarski|
|Snipe Ariquick||Snipe Anteator|
|Wind Karasting||Wind Crowang|
|Vanishing Gungaroon||Vanishing Gungaroo|
The ending song has lyrics in the Japanese version, while the international versions removed them.