I bought it years ago because it was only a few bucks and the figures were awesome and dammit I love megaman exe. Unfortunately, the game was quite flawed, but there were some elements of it that I really liked.
One of those elements is the battlechip system. Each player has a different PET device to plug the chip cards into, so some cards work better for specific characters. Its a very cool gimmick.
Unfortunately, my copy of the game had a production error making megaman and protoman's PET devices the same.
(see the two on the right)
Obviously I couldn't let this stand, so after comparing the stats of a bunch of the cards I decided protoman should be the one to modify.
there. all better.
With my component woes out of the way it was time to turn next to the most glaring flaw in the game's design; awful Roll-to-move gameplay.
In my opinion this game is a definitive case of roll-to-move ruining a game.
I decided to remedy this by adding 2 supplementary rules.
1. If you roll a 1 or 2, you may move and add 2 to your HP.
2. On your turn you may sacrifice HP to move extra spaces, 2HP=1move.
The HP in this game is important, but not as important as getting around the board. Its an easy fix and adds some decision-making to what would be just bland navigation.