Mega Man 2
Mega Man 2 (ロックマン 2: Dr.ワイリーの謎, Rockman 2: Mystery of Dr. Wily) is a 1988 platforming game published by Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System and the second game in the Mega Man series.
The game improved on many elements from the original Mega Man game such as graphics, music, and modifications to make the difficulty balance more manageable such as the introduction of E-Tanks, which restore health, and allowing damage invincibility to temporarily protect Mega Man from spikes. The game also introduced transportation items that would later be revived throughout the series as Rush.
The game's story sees Mega Man continuing his fight against Dr. Wily as he introduces eight Robot Masters of his own. Once Mega Man defeats all eight Robot Masters, he infiltrates Dr. Wily's castle and confronts the doctor himself.
In the Super Smash Bros. series
The design of Wily Castle comes from Dr. Wily's Castle in this game. This area is often the final area of the Mega Man games.
"Mega Man 2 Medley," "Air Man Stage," "Quick Man Stage," "Mega Man 2 Retro Medley," "Metal Man Stage," "Crash Man Stage," "Flash Man Stage," and "Wood Man Stage" all originate from this game.
In Smash 4