The Mega Man franchise is rich with many games that feature awesome robot villains, none of which you will find here. Instead, gathered here are some of the worst Mega Man villains of all time, lined up for your perusal. You may or may not remember beating them to a pulp as the little blue android hero. Sure, not all bad guys can be masterpieces of engineering, but these guys take crappy design to a whole different level.
Lots of these villains not only look ridiculous, but have nonsensical powers. Their color schemes are questionable and they don't look like they belong to one of Capcom's beloved IPs. Check out this list of sorry Mega Man bad guys and vote up the ones that should have been scrapped.
Sheep Man comes from Mega Man 10, and let's be honest here: he's just the result of running out of ideas after 23 years of games. His main attack is to split into several different clouds of wool and shoot electricity. You know, like most sheep do. It will never be known how Sheep Man got past multiple levels of quality assurance.
What Jewel Man lacks in actual threat, he makes up for in pure fabulousness. Just look at him. Any robot who goes into battle that completely bedazzled knows that he's probably going to lose, but he's going to look incredible doing it.
Blessed with an incredibly sexual star name, Hard Man unfortunately does not live up to his potential. He's one of the easier bosses to beat, often jumping into the air and landing face first on the ground like a complete dumb*ss with his head getting stuck. Just shoot him while he's on the ground and put him out of his misery.
Aqua Man starts every fight at a disadvantage because he has to fight two battles - you and the constant copyright infringement lawsuits from DC Comics. He never stood a chance anyway, considering his main attack is a water balloon.