Rockman EXE 4.5 Real Operation
Rockman EXE 4.5 Real Operation
Rockman EXE 4.5 Real Operation
Rockman EXE 4.5 Real Operation
Rockman EXE 4.5 Real Operation

Rockman EXE 4.5 Real Operation GBA ROM (English Patched) [EU/USA Version(1.1a)]

Rockman EXE 4.5 Real Operation

GBA ROM (English Patched) [EU/USA Version(1.1a)]

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Latest Update: 2022-01-07
n Real Operation, the Game Boy Advance itself acts as a PET, allowing the player to control various NetNavis from previous games in the series. The game could also be used with the Battle Chip Gate, a Game Boy accessory that allowed players to use real-life toy Battle Chips for use in the game, a feature that would be carried over to later games in the series. Users of Real Operation can also play multiplayer games against Battle Network 4 users and other Real Operation users. Due to the Battle Chip gate being an important part of much of the gameplay, the game was not released out of Japan for that very reason, due to the accessories, like the e-reader not being very popular in the US.

Real Operation is also compatible with the Nintendo e-Reader, which allows for the unlocking of certain Navis, some of which are required to complete the game. Navis also give unique features and mini-games to the player, such as NumberMan who will help the player study math problems. Each Navi has different personality traits to alter the playing experience as they speak and interact with the player. The game also features a real-time system and on certain days of the week, tournaments will be held in-game that the player can compete in, or you can set reminders on calendars that your Navi will keep track of. Darkloid versions of Navis that appeared in Mega Man Battle Network 4 (such as TopMan) also appear in cyberspace for the player to battle against.

During the course of the game, the player does not manually control the NetNavis in battle as in the main Battle Network games. Instead, the NetNavis act independently, and the player provides the Battle Chips by either selecting them during battle via in-game controls (in the same fashion as older Battle Network games) or by manually slotting them into the Battle Chip Gate accessory. The player can also alter the Navis' evasion strategies to guide them closer or farther from the enemies to set up attacks. This is to simulate an actual PET experience with the player as the NetOperator, and as such, no human characters appear in the game.

While the game was not released in the US, hacking in Battle Network 5: Double Team DS shows that the game can in fact, be run exactly the same way as 4.5, using the same windows and such, though the player is stuck using only Megaman and whatever chips they start with.
Release Year
August 6, 2004
Game Boy Advance
Rom Type
English Patched, American, European
Europe v1.1a
.zip [.gba] 4 MB
USA v1.1a
.zip [.gba] 4 MB

100% translation released!
Version: 1.1a
Credits: therockmanexezone

Choosing a version

The Mega Man Battle Network 4.5: Real Operation – English Translation patch comes in two varieties: a North American version (shown on left) and a European version (shown on right). In terms of game content, the two versions are identical. However, there are some minor differences:

The two patches use different title screens, based on the other MMBN games’ localizations for that region. The North American title screen is animated.

The North American patch uses an MM/DD/YYYY date format and 12-hour clock (AM and PM), and has Sunday as the first day of the week.

The European patch uses a DD/MM/YYYY date format and 24-hour clock, and has Monday as the first day of the week.

The North American patch can connect to the North American version of Mega Man Battle Network 4: Red Sun & Blue Moon in Operation Battle mode, whereas the European patch can connect to the European version of Mega Man Battle Network 4.

Note that the North American and European patch cannot connect to each other in multiplayer. However, save files are interchangeable between the two patches, so you can always switch later.

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