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Box artwork for Mega Man X2.
Box artwork for Mega Man X2.
Mega Man X2
Year released1994
System(s)SNES, Mobile, Wii, Wii U, New Nintendo 3DS
Preceded byMega Man X
Followed byMega Man X3
SeriesMega Man X
Japanese titleロックマンX2
Genre(s)Action, Platform
ModesSingle player
Rating(s)ESRB Kids to AdultsCERO All agesESRB EveryonePEGI Ages 7+USK Ages 6+
LinksMega Man X2 ChannelSearchSearch

Mega Man X2 (ロックマンX2 Rokkuman X2?) is the second game in the Mega Man X series. It's the first game to have C4 chip, to have 3D wireframe sprites. In 2008, Japan's mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo released the game for their i-mode service. In 2009, Japan's cell phone carrier au included the game in their mobile device's "EZWeb" streaming service. In 2011 the game was released for the Wii Virtual Console. In 2013, the game was re-released for the Wii U Virtual Console via the Nintendo eShop.


Six Months after the defeat of the villainous Maverick leader Sigma, Mega Man X has cornered the remaining Maverick forces in an abandoned robot factory. Having assumed command of the Maverick Hunters following Zero's defeat at the hands of Vile, X has shown remarkable leading prowess.

Upon eliminating a giant Mechanaloid, X discovers that not only have the remaining Mavericks launched a full scale attack on different corners of the world, but a mysterious trio of Mavericks known as the X Hunters have pledged to seek revenge for Sigma's death- by eliminating X himself. Can X defeat the remaining Mavericks and save the day? Or will the X Hunters' secret weapon spell his true demise?

Like the previous Mega Man X title, X must defeat 8 different Mavericks in any order of his choosing, all while picking up Heart Tanks, Sub Tanks, and tracking down Dr. Light capsules. In addition, a secret ending can be unlocked if X is able to defeat all three X Hunters.

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