Mega Man(tm) Battle Chip Challenge Official Strategy Guide
- Publish Date: 2004-02-22
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Greg Sepelak
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- BradyGames' Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge Official Strategy Guide features a comprehensive walkthrough with tactics for building the best program decks.
- Detailed listing of all Battle Chips.
- Complete character coverage.
- Winning strategies for all three modes of gameplay.
- Plus, tips for executing specialized moves and sword maneuvers, and more!
- Platform: Game Boy Advance
Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge is the newest game in the popular Mega Man series. In the game, players must strategically gather up to 10 battle chips from the data library to build a program deck that instructs their Net-Navi (new character) to perform specialized moves and attacks upon an opponent. Once a battle begins, the Navi acts independently as it faces off against other challengers in a semi-automatic turn-based format. As tournaments are won, new and rare battle chips are awarded to power up the player's Net-Navi. Furthermore, gamers will choose to play as one of the familiar characters from the Battle Network universe, including Mega Man and Guts Man. There are also three exciting modes of gameplay, render shots, sword maneuvers and specialized moves available with the Battle Chips. Not Final Cover.
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