Mega Man Battle Network 5

Mega Man Battle Network 5, known as Rockman EXE 5 (ロックマンエグゼ5?) in Japan, is a video game developed by Capcom for the Game Boy Advance (GBA) and Nintendo DS handheld game consoles. It is the fifth game in the Mega Man Battle Network series, and the first Mega Man game to be released on the Nintendo DS. Battle Network 5 comes in three different versions: Mega Man Battle Network 5: Team Proto Man ( ロックマンエグゼ5 チーム オブ ブルース, Rockman EXE 5: Team of Blues?) and Mega Man Battle Network 5: Team Colonel (ロックマンエグゼ5 チーム オブ カーネル, Rockman EXE 5: Team of Colonel?), both for the Game Boy Advance, which have similar gameplay but slightly different supporting characters and stories, and Mega Man Battle Network 5: Double Team DS (ロックマンエグゼ5DS ツインリーダーズ, Rockman EXE 5 DS: Twin Leaders?) for the Nintendo DS, which includes the content from both games as well as extra content.

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