Hyper Zero Blaster (ハイパーZEROブラスター) - MvC3 move.
According to some Japanese sites, Zero's buster is named Zero Buster (ゼロバスター) in MMX-MMX3 (like the Z-Saber is called Beam Saber) and Z-Buster in MMX5-X6. It's probably from one of the many source books, and it is used in Zero's bio from Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (at least in English, dunno the Japanese versions), but in Compendium of Rockman X page 42, Zero's list of attacks from MMX2 calls it Z-Buster instead of Zero Buster. Is "Zero Buster" an official name? (And also names like Z-Brain and Z-Heart?) If it is, where is it from? --Quick (u•t) 23:30, January 10, 2012 (UTC)
- The term Zero Buster is used on page 8 of the Japanese X3 manual (top box on the right). No idea about the other two names. --Udana 17:44, January 11, 2012 (UTC)
I just need a little bit of clarification on the following sentence: This triple attack is used by Zero to destroy his copy if X recovers all of his parts.
What are the bolded words reffering to: X's armor parts or the parts of Zero's black armor?
Also, on the note of Z-Buster vs. Zero Buster, I have always thought of the former being an abbreviation of the latter. Similar to how one has a name of Robert, but for short people just call him Rob (or even Bob, although that one never made sense to me).
P.S. I never played this game thoroughly to completion.
ItchyNutz 02:40, January 13, 2012 (UTC)
- Changed it to be more clear. After Zero died in the first game, the Maverick Hunters only found his control chip (his "brain"), but where unable to create a body for him. The X-Hunters somehow created a new body for Zero and each had three parts of the body: Zero's Head, Body and Leg Parts. If X obtains all three parts, Zero is revived and the Mavericks create a black copy of him that is destroyed by the original. If X miss only 1 part, the X-Hunters will attack the Maverick Hunters' base and steal Zero's control chip and any parts of his body X had obtained, reviving him as a Maverick that fights against X. --Quick (u•t) 03:18, January 13, 2012 (UTC)
- Thanks for a nice clarification. It is much better in my head now :)
- ItchyNutz 05:55, January 13, 2012 (UTC)