Mega Man Battle Network Series
The Mega Man Battle Network series is one of Capcom's Mega Man series and debuted in 2001 on the Game Boy Advance. It is a spin-off series based on the original Mega Man. In Japan, as of the release of Rockman EXE Transmission in 2003, the series has been known as Rockman EXE; prior to this it was called Battle Network Rockman EXE. There are six main Battle Network games as well as several side-story or gaiden games.
This spin-off combines elements of the classic Mega Man stories with the high-tech world of computers, and thus CamelCase is predominantly used in logos.
Terms are listed with English term first, followed by the original Japanese term.
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