20XX Review Classic Imitation is Flattery I The Koalition
Jakejames Lugo of The Koalition writes: 20XX is the kind of new Mega Man X game that we wish we received over the last few years. You cant play 20XX and ignore all of the nods and references to Capcoms iconic franchise, which makes up the entirety of its experience. But imitation is the best form of flattery, especially when its done rather well and tries to offer something new into what was already established beforehand. 20XX does this by mimicking the platforming and shooting of Mega Man X but throws in clever twists like roguelite stage progression, cooperative multiplayer, and various upgrades to gather throughout the game. While there are a few flaws here and there, 20XX takes a fun direction with an established gameplay formula thats been dominated by Capcom over the years.Continue reading ...
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