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Mega Man 5
Mega Man 5
Mega Man symbol
Japanese box art.
Developer(s) Capcom
Publisher(s) JP / NA Capcom
EU Nintendo
Series Mega Man
Director(s) Ichirou Mihara
Producer(s) Tokuro Fujiwara
Designer(s) Ichirou Mihara
Programmer(s) Tadashi Kuwana
Artist(s) Keiji Inafune
Hayato Kaji
Naoya Tomita
Kazunori Tazaki
Kazushi Ito
Composer(s) Mari Yamaguchi
Release date December 1992
NES / Famicom
NADecember 1992
JPDecember 4, 1992
EUMarch 10, 1993
PlayStation
JPNovember 25, 1999
Mobile phone
JPOctober 1, 2007
Microsoft Windows
NAAugust 24, 2015
Genre(s) Action, platform
Mode(s) Single-player
Ratings E for Everyone
Platform(s) NES, PlayStation, Mobile phones, Microsoft Windows

Mega Man 5 known as Rockman 5: Blues no Wana!? (ロックマン5 ブルースの罠!?) in Japan, is an action-platform video game developed by Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the fifth game in the original Mega Man series and was released in Japan on December 4, 1992. It saw a release during the same month in North America and in 1993 in Europe.

Taking place after the events of Mega Man 4, Mega Man's brother and ally Proto Man uncharacteristically leads a group of menacing robots in attacks on the world and kidnaps his own creator Dr. Light, leaving the title character little choice but to take up arms in a fight against his once trusted sibling. Mega Man 5 carries over the same graphical style and action-platforming gameplay as the four preceding chapters in the series.

In the Super Smash Flash series

Moves

Beat, a robotic bird debuting in this game that the player use as a weapon, appears in Super Smash Flash 2 in Mega Man's up special move, Beat Call. Additionally, Mega Man's down special move uses Water Wave, a weapon acquired after defeating Wave Man that fires a projectile creating waves on the ground.

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