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Mega Man Battle Network 3D adds Local Multiplayer

mega-man-battle-network-3d-logoHeatPhoenix, the developer behind Mega Man Battle Network 3D, has released a new trailer for the game. It shows off Local Multiplayer support, as well as a funky Battle Chip Challenge remix! Players can use any Navi and BattleChip in multiplayer battles. As local multiplayer takes place on one screen only, each Custom Screen is shown one at a time so the other player can look away. An extra controller is required for player 2.

For more info, check out the official MMBN3D homepage or Twitter.

TREZ 10th Anniversary

The Rockman EXE Zone – 10th Anniversary!

TREZ 10th AnniversaryToday is a pretty special day. On August 12th 2006, MegaRockEXE and Greiga Master founded the Rockman EXE Zone from the remains of Outkast Sprites. That’s right: it’s the Rockman EXE Zone’s 10th anniversary!

You may have wondered what prompted our ‘scheduled maintenance’ announcement a few days ago. If you’re a TREZ regular, you might remember that on this day four years ago, we launched our new TREZ homepage. Well, times have changed and we thought it was time for a fresh new coat of paint. The result is this beautiful website you see before you! And that’s not all — we’ve also overhauled the forums, and added some new features. Read on for the lowdown:


As you can see, the TREZ website has been totally renewed, with a bigger focus on content and navigation. We’ve also traded in the predominantly dark color scheme for something a little easier on the eyes and designed a new logo. It should now be easier to find the content you’re looking for or read up on forgotten news posts from the past. The new site is also better equipped for mobile devices!


Just like the website, our TREZ Forums have been outfitted with a fresh new skin. Special care was taken to make the forums easier to use on mobile devices — for instance, ads will now scale to the width of your screen. (Bet you’ve never seen a ZetaBoards forum do THAT!)

Additionally, we’ve trimmed off some of the fat to craft a sleek new front page. The number of top-level boards has been reduced, and several inactive boards have been merged to provide a smoother experience. But of course, the past is not forgotten — check out the new TREZ Archive to read old topics from the days of yore.

Note: if you’re still seeing the old forum skin, you may have to scroll down to the bottom of the page and choose “TREZ CORE Light” from the theme chooser.


Introducing a new part of the site: TREZ Wiki! This will be a compendium of information from the games, data mined and researched by TREZ staff and contributors. Here you’ll find detailed information on games, toys, and related subjects.

Currently the wiki is still a bit empty, but that will be changing soon. That said, you can already check out our area guides which list every single random virus encounter in the series! This should be a great help if you’re replaying the old games and just can’t find that one virus that drops the chip you need.

If you spot anything a bit off in the wiki, feel free to let us know! Any comments, suggestions or feedback regarding the wiki can be posted in this topic.

And with that, we’re all set for the hopefully many years to come. Let us know what you think of the new TREZ. Suggestions, bug reports, and the like are welcome. Hope to see you around!

— TREZ Staff


Battle Network 6 releasing on European eShop

Main_Falzar_ArtThe final entries in the series, Mega Man Battle Network 6: Cybeast Gregar and Cybeast Falzar for the Game Boy Advance will be rereleased on the Wii U Virtual Console in Europe this week. Both versions can be picked up from 14th January 2016 for €6.99 / £6.29 each.

As usual, you will be able to obtain multiplayer-only BattleChips by simply entering the Comm screen from the PET menu. However, Unlike the Japanese version, it’s unlikely that the Otenko and GunDelEX chips will be available.


Rockman EXE 4-5 BCG

Rockman EXE 4.5: Real Operation coming to Japanese Wii U

Rockman EXE 4-5 BCGWrapping up the series on the Gameboy Advance, Rockman EXE 4.5: Real Operation has been announced for the Japanese Wii U eShop. Real Operation utilizes an internal battery for a real-time clock to progress the story and events in the game. Physical copies of the game have their batteries long expired, making this release a good way to experience the game! Japanese players can pick up the game on January 13th, 2016 for 702 yen.