What can top Mega Man 2? Mega Man X!
Graphics: The graphics are top-notch, for what the SNES can do. All of the enemies and backgrounds have crisp, colorful graphics. Everything is so detailed, and well-done! I could just sit in one spot for 30 seconds, just to memorize a single screen! 10/10
Story: The story is that you're a future model of Mega Man, known as Mega Man X, but people just call him, "X". You're thrown onto a futuristic highway, populated by evil robots, created by a man named Sigma. At the end of this highway, you meet a giant robot, who traps you in a cage of electricity. At the last minute, you are saved by X's friend, Zero. The quest to kill all of Sigma's Mavericks begins here. 10/10
Controls: The controls are perfect. It's easy to memorize, and they work perfectly. A to dash, B to jump, and Y to shoot. It works very well on the SNES controller, and I find them to be top-notch! 10/10
Difficulty: Mega Man games have never really been known as "easy." But Mega Man X is possibly the most difficult Mega Man game at the time. It can be hard, but not so hard, that you'll want to shut the game off. It's a challenge, but it's not a cheap challenge. 10/10
Overall, this is easily one of the best, if not THE BEST Mega Man game ever created. Mega Man X delivers what you know about Mega Man, just faster, harder, prettier, and overall, just... better. 10/10 Awesome job, Capcom!
Good and Bad:
+Provides a challenge
+Fun to kill Mavericks
+Fun to do speed-runs