Hyper Zero Blaster (ハイパーZEROブラスター) - MvC3 move.

"the buster is broken"?

If play as X in X5 intro stage, Zero will lose his arm with the buster. However, he can still use it after collecting the balls riding the ride-chaser. Also, he can fire charged shot in No-Data stage 3. I think that it's because he doesn't want to use it, not because he can't use it, or simply for game balance.Hyahuahu (talk) 14:07, September 2, 2019 (UTC)

"the shape of buster"?

Why the buster forms are different in X2 and X3?Hyahuahu (talk) 14:07, September 2, 2019 (UTC)

"Zero Buster"?

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 (ut) 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)
Thanks Udana. :) --Quick (ut) 22:42, January 11, 2012 (UTC)

"His Parts"?

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 (ut) 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)
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