Mega Man X: Corrupted is a fan-made game by JKB Games, that takes you beyond the events from Mega Man X5.
The gameplay will be a bit different from the typical Mega Man X games. You will be able to play as both X and Zero. To give balance, X will not have a saber and Zero will not use a buster (as a primary weapon, anyway). Perhaps the biggest difference is that the game will be a sort of Metroidvania game style – where you are playing in one huge map, not several separated levels. Certain characters from the Mega Man X titles will not make an appearance in Corrupted. These characters are ones such as Axl and Vile.
Although this is, in fact, a Flash game, there will not be any sort of multiplayer mode. However, the flexibility of Flash will allow you to play the game from Windows, Mac, or Linux, or other operating systems, so long as it can support Flash. There are configurable controls, so it is possible to use a game controller to play the game, although you may have to set up some software first.
There are a few important features of this game that make it stand out in a crowd. Both X and Zero have their own intro and opening stage. The game is detailed and open to allow you to freely choose any direction you wish to play the game. This also means that the decisions you make can actually lead to different ending. Even though you will spot some older enemies, you will find some new ones in the game – each with improved AI. Corrupted also contains its own leveling system with Skill Points to upgrade your weapons and skills. There are a handful of new armor sets, as well as mountable armor machines to travel on.
All in all, we are glad to take a look at what the future holds for Mega Man X: Corrupted. At this time, there is no scheduled release date.