This is where Project D comes in, testing out the games of old on an 11-year-old subject named Dylan. Overall, Dylan seemed to enjoy Mega Man 2 a lot, discussing the things he liked and didn't like en route. Some of the things he says may sound silly to you, but I think this point of view on Mega Man 2 is very critical. It demonstrates how much of an evergreen title a game like Mega Man 2 is, that it can still be enjoyed by gamers who are growing up outside of the arcade era.
'Course, he doesn't care too much for the music, but it takes more years to develop that level of class and taste (ok, now I'm obviously showing my bias).
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