It sucks for us that neither the DSi nor the DSi XL has a GBA slot, but that omission could make for a profit deal for crafty publishers. Now they can re-release their old GBA games to die-hard fans who are willing to pay to experience some of their favorite games a second time, as well as new DSi owners who never got to experience the joys of a GBA-compatible console. That's what you get in the Mega Man Zero Collection: a re-release of all four Mega Man Zero games on one DS cart.
As someone who already owns all four Mega Man Zero GBA carts, I fit snugly in the first group. I really dug the Mega Man Zero games when they were first released, and I was psyched to get the opportunity to play them again on the DSi's bigger, brighter screens. I was also hoping that Capcom would throw in some new features that would make the games feel fresh again. With this in mind, I booted up the Mega Man Zero Collection and got cracking.
If you want to know what makes the Mega Man Zero games worth playing, and what kind of new features Capcom added to this collection, hit the jump. You hit the jump right now!