Why do X and Vile act like they have less free will than Mega Man, Proto Man, and others from this century, when in the games they were supposed to have more?
How is it possible for Mega Man to absorb Spark Mandrill's weapon? Wouldn't his weapon power be too much for Mega Man to handle?
Mega Man X: (Holding his blaster to Vile's head) The showdown is over Vile, and you lost.
(Spark Mandrill blasts Mega Man X)
Guts Man: We heard the silent alarm, Dr. Wily. What gives?
This is the last episode in which a character (X, who incidentally is the third robot to use this ability) copies a weapon from another robot.
Mega Man X is portrayed in this cartoon as a rampaging psycho-maniac who goes around destroying everything in the name of justice, whereas his video game counter-part seriously dislikes violence, and at one time even retired from the hunters because of it.
Dr. Cain is showed here like a man around 40 years, when in the games he's older, around 70 years.
Unlike the games, Mega Man X is addressed as "Mega Man X" instead of just "X".
This is the first time Mega Man X appears in cartoon format, in the game Mega Man X4, he appears in anime format. Re: Before that, he had an anime appearance in the Saturn and PS versions of Mega Man X3
The show once again continues its "double-aging" of characters. Mega Man X is an adult in the TV show, but a teenager in the original video games.
Megaman X copies Snakeman's weapon in this episode.
Final appearance of Snake Man.
This is the only appearance of Mega Man X, Vile and Spark Mandrill.
Vile and Spark Mandrill are not robot masters.
Sigma also made a minor appearance as the guy from the future giving Vile and Mandrill orders.
Key Robot Masters: Snake Man, Spark Mandrill, Vile
X is much taller than Mega Man.
The first appearance of Megaman X.
Mega Man X copies the Search Snake in this episode