Mega Man & Bass Player Count and Stats (2024)

Mega Man & Bass player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Mega Man & Bass facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Mega Man & Bass player count:

91,000 game units sold in Japan

Last updated 2/4/13

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Game Description

“Mega Man & Bass,” known as “Rockman & Forte” in Japan, is a platforming action-adventure video game developed by Capcom. Originally released for the Super Famicom (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) in Japan in 1998, the game was later ported to the Game Boy Advance in 2002 for international audiences.

In “Mega Man & Bass,” players can choose to play as either Mega Man (Rockman) or Bass (Forte), each with their own unique abilities and playstyles. The game features the classic Mega Man formula of platforming and boss battles but introduces new gameplay elements and mechanics.

The storyline revolves around the villainous King, who has revived various Robot Masters from past Mega Man games to wreak havoc. Players must choose between Mega Man and Bass and navigate through different stages to defeat the Robot Masters, each of whom grants a new special weapon upon defeat.

The game retains the series’ signature gameplay mechanics, such as defeating bosses to acquire their unique weapons, which can be used strategically against other enemies and bosses. However, “Mega Man & Bass” introduces some differences, such as the ability to play as Bass with his rapid-fire arm cannon and the ability to dash.

Additionally, the game features non-linear level selection, allowing players to choose the order in which they tackle stages. This approach adds an element of strategy as players can select stages that match their preferred playstyle or exploit weaknesses in the Robot Masters.

“Mega Man & Bass” received positive reviews for its challenging gameplay, new gameplay mechanics, and the option to play as Bass, which was a departure from the usual Mega Man gameplay. The game’s retro-inspired graphics and classic platforming elements were also praised by fans.

Despite being released late in the Super Famicom’s lifespan, “Mega Man & Bass” became a beloved entry in the Mega Man series, particularly among fans who appreciated the unique twist of playing as Bass. The subsequent Game Boy Advance port allowed even more players to enjoy the game’s nostalgic yet innovative gameplay.

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