What a game – Capcom really raised the bar when the Blue Bomber moved to 16-bit. New weapons, new moves, new mechanics – They really took what made the NES games great and amped it up. That approach definitely carried over to the Mega Man X Ending (SNES).
It’s another one of those great end cutscenes, that really puts a bow on the narrative, and also has one of those rare post-credits cliffhangers (I feel like it’s the first one I had ever seen). Even that music brings me chills, and the credit music is also incredibly catchy – You’ll probably be tapping your toes while you watch!
But don’t just take my word for it, watch the video below and see (and hear) this fantastic finale for yourself!