All Rockman.EXE released episodes
It's the not-too-distant future, a time when internet technology has swept the world into the Network Age! Everyone carries around a portable communications deviced called a ""PET."" Each PET contains a unique personality program, or NetNavi, that freely navigates the CyberWorld. Lan, an enthusiastic 11-year-old, is introduced to his own, custom-build NetNavi, MegaMan. At first, Lan only wants to use MegaMan to play in cyber NetBattles against his friends' NetNavis. But when computer systems all over town begin to burst into flames, Lan and MegaMan team together to fight against a mysterious criminal syndicate that calls itself World Three!
A robotic cat seems to have its wired crossed as it clamps its jaw onto Dex's calf. Lan and Maylu visit him in the hospital, but are greeted by a less than welcome reception. Meanwhile, Mr. Wily unleashes an electronic rampage of malfunctioning merchandise on DenTech City. Just as Dex is released from the hospital, he's attacked again--this time by a robotic dog! The cyber-pooch escapes, but leads Lan and Maylu on a pursuit that ends on a subway train. Unfortunately, Count Zap and ElecMan have launched a nasty net attack that causes the train to go careening out of control! It's up to Lan and MegaMan to stop the speeding bullet train before it becomes the ""disaster express!""
Traffic Signal Chaos!
A mysterious young girl named Yai transfers into Lan's 5th Grade class. Impressed by her incredible wealth, Lan and Dex unwittingly find themselves trapped on the prococious little girl's estate. All the while, Maddy (an agent for World Three) and her maniacal NetNavi, WackoMan, unleash a devastating computer virus that causes the traffic lights in DenTech City to go haywire, creating an enormous traffic jam throughout the city! Lan jacks his PET into a traffic signal control computer, and discovers that the traffic management center has been infected by a computer virus. Will Lan and MegaMan be able to stop the panic?!
Count To Three!
An eccentric guest lecturer, Mr. Higsby, has come to Lan's school. But the lesson he wants to teach isn't on the cirriculum! The nutty professor is on a quest to ""acquire"" all rare BattleChips from those he deems unworthy. His target... Yai. Using his NetNavi, NumberMan, Higsby takes over the school's control system and locks Yai, Ms. Mari, Dex, and Maylu in their classroom, then stages a lopsided NetBattle to obtain his precious prizes. Locked outside, Lan must find a way to send MegaMan to the rescue... before it's too late!
Robotic Fish Gone Wild!
At the command of My. Wily, the evil leader of World Three, Maddy, Mr. Match and Count Zap unleash an aquarium full of robotic fish using a unique, jellyfish-type of computer virus. The robot-fish create utter chaos throughout DenTech City. MegaMan and Glide jack into the CyberMatrix to try and stop the virus, but soon find themselves in the path of a ferocious Tidal Wave Virus! Just as MegaMan and Glide are about to be swallowed by the enormous wave, a mysterious NetNavi called SharkMan appears... Is he friend, or foe?
Ice Ice Baby!
All the water in DenTech City has dried up! World Three has captured Tory and his father Dr. Froid and forced them to use their NetNavi IceMan to freeze the programs that control DenTech City's Waterworks. Lan and his friends rush to save the day, but with MegaMan encased in ice and the Waterworks decaying, can they possibly stop World Three in time to restore the city's water?
World Three's Count Zap is on a robbing rampage, only no one knows that his real target is the videogame that AyanoTech is about to release; if he can steal that, he'll make kids all over the world miserable. Lan and his friends learn of the sinister plot, and MegaMan goes up against ElecMan to stop it. But even with the help from Black Rose and WoodMan, will MegaMan be able to stop the ultra-powerful ElecMan?
Feeling like he's lost his inner fire, Mr. Match decides the only way to ignite it again is by defeating MegaMan once and for all. To lure him into his high-temperature trap, Mr. Match sends TorchMan out on a spree of overheating chaos throughout DenTech City. Maylu happens to be at the salon at the time, her hair gets fried, and Lan makes the mistake of laughing at her. Meanwhile, MegaMan hasn't replied to TorchMan's mayhem, causing Mr. Match to grow impatient. He sends TorchMan to challenge MegaMan directly, but the message stops at Roll, who also happens to be mad at MegaMan! Maylu and Roll decide to take on TorchMan, falling right into the terrible trap. Will MegaMan show up before Roll gets toasted?
The Yoga Warrior!
The wildly popular TV personality and Yoga master, Yahoot, is in cahoots with World Three! The menacing mystic uses his powerful NetNavi MagicMan to take over the airwaves and hypnotize the devoted viewing audience--turning the entire town into animals! MegaMan jacks in to confront MagicMan, but things get pretty tricky. Our hero is outmatched by the nasty Navi. Just when MegaMan is about to receive the final blow, ProtoMan, controlled by the mysterious champion NetBattler Chaud, comes to his defense, and takes down MagicMan!
N1 Grand Prix!
Lan and his friends are excitedly training for the upcoming N1 Grand Prix. Unfortunately, the members of World Three have secretly signed up for the competition and Mr. Wily plans to unleash chaos and mayhem at the event. To make matters worse, Higsby's NetNavi, NumberMan, goes berserk while Higsby is trying to upgrade him. Lan and MegaMan rush to the rescue, but it takes them so long to neutralize NumberMan that they almost miss the NetBattle competition! Thanks to Yai and her private jet, Dex, GutsMan, Maylu, Roll, Lan, and MegaMan arrive at the N1 Grand Prix just in time. Dex and GutsMan make a grand entrance at the competition as Chaud issues a challenge to Lan and MegaMan.
Probably the first anime I ever watched, aside from Pokémon. It used to start airing a little while before I came back from Kindergarten every day so I was never able to watch the first few minutes of each episode. Nevertheless, I loved the concept of everyone having sentient AI pals (even as a little kid, I loved technology) and I really enjoyed the action. Once I got older, I discovered that the anime was based on a series of GameBoy Advance games. I played and finished all of them and they're still my favorite video games to this day. The story in the games is also MUCH better (albeit totally impossible) and the characters are richer as well. It saddens me that they dumbed down the story in the anime so much in order to appeal to even younger children. If you like old games, I recommend giving at least the first MegaMan.EXE game a try. I loved the series as a little kid and I enjoyed watching it as a teenager although it's obvious that toddlers are the unfortunately the target audience.
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