Most of the Legends games play in a similar manner, including some sections of Misadventures of Tron. Therefore this section covers some general strategies regarding these games.
Note that this page generally deals with playing as MegaMan, but in some cases it applies to playing as others (such as Tron in the Gustaff) as well.
In most games you control the boy named MegaMan, a Digger. He is armed to the teeth and skilled in combat. It is his job to go into underground ruins and explore. His best friend Roll is his Spotter, which means she stays aboveground and communicates with him through a radio, using equipment to scan the areas where MegaMan ventures and aid him, telling him of possible secrets and warning of possible dangers. Although she cannot really see what is going on, her detectors often tell her things which the human eye cannot see.
You spend part of the game underground in ruins filled with enemy robots. The rest of the time you are aboveground, wandering forests and towns. Don’t think you’re necessarily safe up there, however, as pirates can attack you while you’re relaxing.
Although you don’t gain experience from defeating enemies, you can win energy cubes to refill your shields and, in some cases, blue pellets for refilling your special weapon. You also find crystals called “quantum refractors” which power people’s machinery for which they will trade goods and services to obtain (read: money). These are also referred to as “zenny” and abbreviated with a . Occasionally you will find items which can either be used immediately, or can be fixed up by Roll.
And the rest of the games? Plot. You can skip most plot sequences by pressing Start, however.