Grr…

Current Emotion: Grouchy

Mega Man Battle Network #136

 

Okay, so I played Megaman today, and I’m still working on getting those upgraded Navi Chips. After defeating Woodman, and not getting a high enough busting level, I decided to take on Masa and Sharkman.EXE. After a couple of tries, I finally defeated him. I was so happy. I had never defeated him before. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a high enough busting level to get his Navi Chip. I tried to defeat him a few more times, and lost each time. So after that crushing experience, I decided to head back to the Undernet to fight some more Elecman copies, and hopefully get his upgraded Navi Chip. I didn’t find any today, though. And that’s what I got done in Megaman.

Now, if you’re one of my super awesome readers who reads my blog frequently, you’ll notice that I didn’t put up a post Saturday. Don’t worry, nothing bad happened. I had went shopping with my Mom, Dad, younger sister, older sister, brother-in-law, two nephews, and one niece. It was pretty late when we got back from shopping, so I didn’t feel like making a post. And I don’t post on Sundays, because it’s a church day. And on Monday I knew I would be making a post today, so I just decided to not fool with it. Sorry if anyone’s disappointed.

Later.

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7 thoughts on “Grr…

  1. nerdunknown

    I’ve only ever played Red Sun for the Game Boy Advance when it comes to Megaman. I’ve always wanted to try the old school ones, but I’m more a strategy gamer than a skilled gamer, so I’d probably rage quit like I did with Ninja Giaden on my NES. :/

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    1. Strawberry Post author

      Battle Network and Megaman X are the only two Megaman games I’ve ever played. I enjoy Megaman, but I’m really not very good at it. It’s kinda like Kingdom Hearts for me, I just go for it, and if I do good, that’s great. And if I mess up, oh well. I don’t think I’ve ever heard of Ninja Giaden before. What’s it about?

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      1. nerdunknown

        It’s known for being one of the hardest series of games ever made, along with the early Megaman games.

        Basically Ninjas. One of the first games to ever use cut scenes effectively.

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