In the realm of "headlines I never thought I'd have to write," this one is pretty high up there. As you may know, Fox secured the rights to develop a Mega Man film earlier this year, with Heroes actor Masi Oka and Chernin Entertainment lined up to produce. Now there may be a writer and director duo lined up, because the team is currently in final negotiations with the 2010 Catfish documentary's Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Read on for more.
After packing in the first six Mega Man games in one collection, Capcom is finally back to pick up the rest of the main numbered entries. Earlier today they officially confirmed plans for Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, with a worldwide launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC set for August 8.
You may remember the producer from the upcoming Castlevania Netflix series, Adi Shankar, from the popular 14-minute short film based on Power Rangers that made its way onto YouTube in 2015. Although he’s busy at work on Castlevania, there are more video game adaptations he’d like to tackle in the future. Hit the jump for more!
Dentsu Entertainment USA has announced that it has licensed Capcom's iconic MEGA MAN™ in the US for a Cartoon Network exclusive animated series that will premiere next year. Hit the jump for the details.
Whatever happened to Keiji Inafune's Red Ash game? We're still not sure -- but the world of the game will still come to life in the upcoming Red Ash: Gearworld! Check out Beck, Call, and the rest of the gang fighting for the survival of humanity in our first look at the OVA's animation. Hit the jump to watch!
If you were looking forward to the iOS and Android ports of NES classics Mega Man 1-6, you might want to temper that excitement. The Mega Man Mobile releases are now available, and a new set of trailers shows a seriously choppy framerate.
A little over a week ago Capcom confirmed plans to bring the first six NES Mega Man games to iOS and Android in early January. While we're still waiting on info like pricing, we now have a concrete release date, with Mega Man Mobile 1-6 set to launch in the west on January 5. Read on for more.
A few days ago we posted about the original six NES Mega Man games coming to iOS and Android in Japan, and Capcom has since confirmed release plans for the west. There's currently no release date for the individual mobile ports other than "early January" (Japan is January 6), but fans who sign up now will be notified when the games are available. Read on for more.
Considering Capcom's, um, uneven treatment of the Mega Man franchise, it's always interesting to see what, if anything, is being cooked up for it. According to Famitsu, the next step is the release of all six Famicom Rockman games on iOS and Android in Japan, with each game to be sold individually starting on January 6, 2017.
He didn't offer much context beyond the obvious, but Yusuke Murata, artist of the Young/Shonen Jump version of the One-Punch Man manga seems to have had robots on his mind recently. One particularly neat way he expressed this was Tweeting a few sketches of Mega/Rock Man. Check out the results after the jump.
Did you dress up like Mega Man for Halloween last year? Rather than repeating the same thing all over again, you can pass that costume on to a friend and blow the whistle to summon… Proto Man! This officially licensed costume will run you $69.99, but that seems like a hell of a good price for looking like the dude after the jump