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Now with better music export and an extra replay button at the end. Use headphones for maximum enjoyment



That was just about the dumbest goddamn thing I've ever seen. Why is Heat Man in an Rockman X backdrop, from a Earth-based boss no less. There's no real original script, just you retyping the dialogue from shitty Starcraft voice samples. 90% of the animation in this piece of crap movie resembles the worst amutation you've ever seen. Over-pixelated, poorly ripped sprites switching animation frames with all the scale, rotate, and tween pathing you can stomach, and then a whole extra dose of crapulence.

Not bad.

Hey, as a die hard RockMan fan, i must say this was impressive, especially the music. Of course, RockMan music always kicks ass. But that's not really what i expected HeatMan to sound like. For a big, rosy-cheeked walking lighter, his voice was a little low, don't you think? Anyway, keep up the good work, man.

nice but...

use of the starcraft sounds was good except dont use a ghost for mega man... its just not him. try and smooth out the sprites a little more, zoom in REALY close so u can get the exact pixels of the background outa there. oh and i dont think it was a good idea to use a stage from mmx in a mm movie. jus an idea
great concept and all but remember this. starcraft sounds are limited.

Kind Of Cool, I Guess.

The Graphics For Megaman Were Kinda Cheesy,
Yet The Sound Kicked Butt. The Style & Humor Left Something To Be Desired, But I Didn't Expect Ice Man
To Show Up & The Other Movie! :-0 *ahem*
Anyway, The Violence Had Little Of It, Because There Was Something Missing--
(All Together Now: Where's Bubble Man?!)

--Evil_Spirit's Final Rating: 5

Egh, it was ok.

The battle scenes got kinda cool, but it was kind of a blunt ending. The file size kind of held this back, since the music had a great deal to do with it. IT wasn't great, but it wasn't bad.

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3.64 / 5.00

Sep 29, 2001
3:20 PM EDT