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Proto:Mega Man Battle Network 2

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This page details one or more prototype versions of Mega Man Battle Network 2.
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So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
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(Prototype source: Orangefox, Rockman Corner)

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Since this translation was made before last minute translation fixes, there are loads of little errors and quirks in this version.

Level Select

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A level select is located right there on the title screen. Simply select the stage/area/scenario and press Start.

  • Left/Right - Increment by 1.
  • A/B - Increment by 16.

Additionally, holding Start at any point in the game for a few seconds brings you back to the title screen.

Debug Menu

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Press Select at any time to bring up the debug menu. Press Start to go back.

FLAG TEST

Debug display, enabled by default

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  • PL INVINCIBLE - Turn player invincibility on/off.
  • KOMA FLAG - Enables slowdown/frame advance (see below). Automatically enabled when OBJ TEST is opened.
  • SCR IGNORE - Enables walk-through-walls.
  • PL SPEED UP - Increase the player's running speed (by holding B).
  • DOORWARP STOP - Turn off/on the ability to enter/exit doors and warp points.
  • ENCOUNT STOP - Turn random encounters off/on.
  • NO PRINT - Turn the on-screen debug display off/on.
  • CAMERA MOVE - When enabled, the D-Pad moves the camera on the overworld, allowing you to scroll through the entire area.
  • WORK INFO - Appears to be unused.
  • MOVE ALL OK - Allows MegaMan to move onto any type of panel in battle (including broken panels and enemy panels).
  • BGM STOP - Turns music off/on.
  • SE STOP - Turns sound effects off/on.
  • YOSHINO FLAG - When enabled, regular buster shots and non-elemental charge shots deal 50 damage and have object/guard breaking properties.
  • HARDMODE FLAG - When enabled, when New Game is chosen on the title screen, the game begins in Hard Mode.
  • SECRET FLAG - When enabled, ignores the 130 chips requirement for opening the gate to WWW Area 1 (but not the game clear requirement).

KOMA FLAG

Turning on the KOMA FLAG enables a slowdown/frame advance feature.

  • Hold L - Slows the game down to 1/16th of the regular speed.
  • Press R - Pauses the game.
  • Press R (while paused) - Advances by 1 frame.
  • Press L (while paused) - Unpauses the game.

OBJ TEST

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Opening OBJ TEST automatically turns on the KOMA FLAG flag (see above).

  • TYPE - Change type of graphic shown.
    • PL - Player (MegaMan) graphics.
    • EM - Enemy graphics.
    • BS - Boss graphics.
    • PSL - Player attack effects.
    • SHL - Enemy attack effects.
    • EFC - Miscellaneous graphical effects.
    • MAN - Overworld character graphics.
    • SET - Overworld set pieces.
    • FAC - Character portraits.
  • ID - Scroll through sprites based on the categories above.
  • DSEQ - Scroll through animation sequences. Press A to replay sequences.
  • KOMA - Turn OFF to disable animation auto-playing. Press B to move the animation forward frame-by-frame.
  • BACK - Change background color between blue, red, green, and black.
  • COL - Scroll through various sprite colors.
  • HFLP - Flip image horizontally.
  • VFLP - Flip image vertically.
  • SPOF -

Additionally, if Select is held down in this menu, the player can move the sprites around with the D-Pad.

BG VRAM

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View the background graphics loaded in memory.

  • Up/Down - Scroll graphics up and down.
  • Left/Right - Change bank number.
  • A/B - Scroll through color palettes.
  • Select - Switch between 16-color mode and 256-color mode.

OBJ VRAM

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View the foreground graphics loaded in memory.

  • Up/Down - Scroll graphics up and down.
  • Left/Right - Change bank number.
  • A/B - Scroll through color palettes.
  • Select - Switch between 16-color mode and 256-color mode.

MESS TEST

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View dialogue. Use the D-Pad to scroll through numbers and press Select to view the message.

STYLE TEST

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