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This page is about the Game Boy game. For the original game, see Mega Man 5.

Mega Man V, known in Japan as Rockman World 5 (ロックマンワールド5), is the last game from the Mega Man classic series for Game Boy. The game has Super Game Boy support, and at one time was considered for a port to the Game Boy Color for Q4 1998, but the project was eventually abandoned.

Release Information

Japan: July 22, 1994

North America: September 10, 1994

Story

In the year 20XX AD, the world is at peace thanks to Megaman. Dr. Wily's fourth attempt at world domination has failed and his name has once again faded from the minds of the citizens of the world. A few months later...
(Rock and Roll are walking through a field and suddenly a mysterious robot appears in front of them.)
Terra: "So, you are the famous Megaman! I am Terra - and you will soon be my slave!"
(Roll retreats and Mega turns in Mega Man to fight against Terra, but even the charged shot doesn't worked on him, and is defeated.)
Mega Man: "What?! My Mega Buster has no effect on him..."
A few hours later, the world was attacked by warrior robots from space.
Mega Man (awakening): "Where am I?"
Dr. Light found Megaman and equipped him with the new "Mega Arm". The most powerful weapon ever devised.
Why have the Stardroids come here!?

Dr. Light: "Megaman, our world is once again in chaos. The alien robots call themselves "Stardroids" and have conquered most our major cities. They are constructed of alien material which render our weapons useless. But, I have done some analysis and constructed a new weapon for you. It will replace your Super Mega Buster. It is called the "Mega Arm" and it allows you to charge energy in your fist before you fire it. I have also created a new assistant for you. His name is "Tango". I'll enhance this item replicator to make powerful items for you. Collect as many P Chips as possible and return to my lab to exchange them for power-up items. Good luck, Megaman."

Bosses

Instead of using eight bosses from two NES games like the previous games, all eight bosses from Mega Man V are new.

First four Stardroids (Robot Masters):

Mid Boss: Dark Moon (a Yellow Devil knockoff)

Second four Stardroids:

Final stages:

Weapons

Image English name Japanese name Stardroid Description
BlackHole Black Hole ブラックホール Saturn It creates a large black hole above the user's head which sends out a damaging deluge of projectiles through the screen.
BreakDash Break Dash ブレイクダッシュ Pluto A close range attack. Mega Man must charge up the Mega Arm (provided the Break Dash is selected) to use it, using a dash that can break certain blocks. It is like a hybrid of Slash Man's "Slash Claw" and Charge Man's "Charge Kick."
BubbleBomb Bubble Bomb バブルボム Venus It sends out bubbles that slowly float up and roll through the ceiling before exploding. But if an enemy touches them, they'll explode instantly.
DeepDigger Deep Digger ディープディガー Uranus It lifts up certain blocks to throw at enemies, similar to Guts Man's Super Arm. Mega Man must be above the blocks to lift them.
ElectricShock Electric Shock エレクトリックショック Jupiter It sends out an short range electrical bolt from Mega Man's hand, damaging anything that gets in its wake.
GrabBuster Grab Buster スナッチバスター
(Snatch Buster)
Mercury It sends a shot that can actually steal energy from the enemy itself.
PhotonMissile Photon Missile フォトンミサイル Mars It sends out a missile that delays for a second before launching. This is perfect for setting up traps.
SaltWater Salt Water ソルトウォーター Neptune It sends out a large orb of water that, when it hits something, will split and bounce into three smaller balls.
SparkChaser Spark Chaser スパークチェイサー Terra (Earth) It is a laser weapon that can change direction (almost in a homing fashion) and can hit multiple times.
Tangosprite Tango タンゴ Initial Charging the Mega Arm while Tango is selected will make her appear and roll toward enemies.
RushCoilGB Rush Coil ラッシュコイル Venus Rush can be used as a spring to Mega Man jump higher.
RushJetGB Rush Jet ラッシュジェット Saturn Rush turns into a jet to be used as transport.

Enemy Guide

List of Mega Man V (GB) enemies

Level Strategies

Click here to see a walkthrough.

Trivia

  • This is one of the few games in the classic Mega Man series where Dr. Wily isn't the final boss.
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