This is a list of game collections in the Mega Man franchise. Collections can come in one or multiple discs, and some collections have part of the collection released as DLC.
Mega Man: The Wily Wars
Mega Man: The Wily Wars is a remake-collection the compiles the first Mega Man as well as the second and third game enhanced with 16-bit graphics and remixed music and sounds, as well as a new challenge after all three games have been beaten, the Wily Tower. While the game follows the original story of the aforementioned games, it contains a new story in which Dr. Wily travels back in time in an attempt to defeat Mega Man during their first three confrontations. It was released for the Sega Mega Drive on October 21, 1994 in Japan, April of 1995 in the UK, and as a digital release on the Sega Channel in the U.S. on February of the same year. It was later re-released as one of the games on the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Mini on September 19, 2019 in all territories, marking its first physical release in the US.
Rockman Battle & Fighters
Rockman Battle & Fighters is a "demake"-collection of Mega Man: The Power Battle and Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters for the Neo Geo Pocket Color, featuring downgraded 8-bit graphics and music. It was released only in Japan on July 6, 2000.
Rockman 123 is a Taiwanese exclusive collection of the first three NES Mega Man games for PC. The games seem identical to their NES counterparts, except that the title screens were editted to have Rockman instead of Mega Man. It was released in April 2002 by Acer TWP.
Rockman Collection Special Box
Rockman Collection Special Box is a box set that was released by Capcom only in Japan in December 2003. It gathers together the Rockman Complete Works versions of the first six Rockman games and Rockman X7 along with seven pin-badges.
Mega Man Anniversary Collection
Mega Man Anniversary Collection is a collection of the first eight Mega Man games on a single disc with the two arcade games, Mega Man: The Power Battle and Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters as unlockable games. The first six games are based on the Rockman Complete Works versions of the games, but with stripped down features. It was released in the US exclusively for PS2 and GameCube on June 23, 2004 and on Xbox on March 15, 2005.
Mega Man Battle Network 5 Double Team DS
Mega Man Battle Network 5 Double Team DS is a collection of the two Game Boy Advance Mega Man Battle Network 5 games, Team ProtoMan and Team Colonel, on a single Nintendo DS cartridge, enhanced with remixed music, voice acting, and extras that were originally only included in the Japanese versions of the GBA games. It was released in Japan on July 21, 2005, in the US on November 1, 2005, and in Europe on April 13, 2006.
Mega Man X Collection
Mega Man X Collection collects the first six Mega Man X games on a single disc with Mega Man Battle & Chase as an unlockable. It includes the Sega Saturn version of Mega Man X3, marking the first and only time this version of the game has been released in the US. It was released in the US exclusively for PS2 and GameCube on January 10, 2006.
Rockman DASH / Rockman DASH 2 Value Pack
Rockman DASH / Rockman DASH 2 Value Pack (ロックマンDASH / ロックマンDASH2 バリューパック) is a compilation of Mega Man Legends and Mega Man Legends 2 released for PlayStation Portable in Japan in January 2009. The games are the same as their separate PSP versions.
Rockman Power Battle Fighters
Rockman Power Battle Fighters is a port of the games Mega Man: The Power Battle and Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters for PlayStation 2 released only in Japan in August 5, 2004. This port contains a few extras like the Versus Mode, an Extreme Mode (a survival mode), and an unlockable "Extra Options" feature, which includes a region change feature. The collection was also released for PlayStation 3 (via PlayStation Network) in Japan on January 18, 2017.
Though this collection is available only in Japan, the two games are also available for PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, and Xbox as part of the Mega Man Anniversary Collection.
Dual Pack: Mega Man Powered Up / Mega Man Maverick Hunter X
Dual Pack: Mega Man Powered Up / Mega Man Maverick Hunter X, known as Irregular Hunter X / Rockman Rockman Value Pack in Japan, is a collection for the PlayStation Portable including Mega Man Maverick Hunter X and Mega Man Powered Up, released on September 17, 2009 in Japan, and on September 16, 2011 in North America. The games are the same as their separate versions, but early copies include a limited original soundtrack with 30 music tracks, 15 from each game.
Track list of the limited soundtrack:
- Title -Irregular Hunter X-
- Opening Stage -X's theme-
- Stage start
- Launcher Octopuld stage
- Icy Penguigo stage
- Boomer Kuwanger stage
- Sting Chameleon stage
- Spark Mandriller stage
- Armor Armarge stage
- Boss battle
- Sigma stage 1
- Sigma stage 2
- Sigma battle 1
- Sigma battle 2
- VAVA's theme
- Title -Rockman Rockman-
- Opening Stage -Rockman's Theme-
- Stage start
- Cut Man stage
- Guts Man stage
- Fire Man stage
- Elec Man stage
- Time Man stage
- Oil Man stage
- Boss battle
- Wily Stage
- Wily Boss Battle
- End roll
Mega Man Zero Collection
Mega Man Zero Collection is a collection of the four Mega Man Zero games with slight improvements and changes. E-reader functionality is included in Mega Man Zero 3 as unlockable content, marking the first time these features were released outside of Japan. It was released for the Nintendo DS on June 8, 2010 in the USA and on June 10, 2010 in Japan.
Mega Man Legacy Collection series
The Mega Man Legacy Collection series compiles the entirety of the mainline games in a single Mega Man series into one to two games:
- Mega Man Legacy Collection
- Mega Man Legacy Collection 2
- Mega Man X Legacy Collection
- Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2
- Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection
- Rockman Power Battle Fighters official site (archive)
- Rockman Power Battle Fighters details in Rockman Perfect Memories
- Irregular Hunter X / Rockman Rockman Value Pack official page (archive)
- Rockman Power Battle Fighters on the Japanese PlayStation Network
- Acer TWP: Rockman 123 (Archive)