Mega Man fans have some more action to look forward to on Wii U Virtual Console. The latest addition to the Game Boy Advance lineup is Mega Man Zero, which was originally released on Nintendo's portable back in 2002. More after the jump.
The React Channel's latest is another video that puts old school games in the hands of today's teenagers. This time it's the original 1987 NES version of Mega Man, which proves to be a bit much for some of the kids that take a crack at it for the first time. Hit the jump to watch.
The fine folks at Did You Know Gaming? are back with more on Mega Man. Following up on the previous Blue Bomber trivia video released back in 2012, part two delves into the origin of the Battle Network series and more after the jump.
Back in June Capcom-Unity outlined some future Virtual Console plans. Mega Man Battle Network 2 was mentioned, but only as something that was a bit further out than others. In Japan, however, it's coming to Wii U Virtual Console on November 12. Hit the jump for more.
Mega Man fans can look forward to some bonus treats in the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros. Director Masahiro Sakurai hopped on Miiverse to show off some of the Mega Man trophies featured in the console version. Trophies of Zero and Bass & Treble were shown, but Sakurai also mentioned the inclusion of Roll and Proto Man. Pics past the break.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is already set for plenty of different collaborations, and Capcom has just announced yet another one for fans to get excited about. This time around, it's a character you may not be expecting! Hit the jump for more!
Discotek Media's release of Mega Man: The Complete Series is due out on DVD September 30, and the company recently hit up Facebook to show off the packaging. Have a look at the front case, outer slip cover, and finished disc art after the jump.
In case you missed it, Mega Man 7 is the latest of Capcom's Blue Bomber adventures to make the bold leap to Wii U Virtual Console. Revisit the nearly 20-year-old game in the trailer after the jump.
Mega Man X: Corrupted is a fan project by JKB Games, and it looks pretty darn impressive. It's also been in development since 2007, so it's nice to get a chance to soak in a full stage in the latest video preview after the jump.
I think the last time we posted about the Mega Man Legends 3 demake—which takes the prologue and smashes it down in 8-bit NES-style glory—was over a year ago. Well, the project has finally been completed, and the Dash 3 Reboot Team has some special plans to celebrate.
At the top of the month Capcom listed its August lineup of Mega Man releases for Wii U Virtual Console. Though the order wasn't given, things kicked off with Mega Man Battle Network, and this week saw Mega Man 5 following suit. Reminisce with the eShop trailer after the jump.
Capcom is following up the recent Virtual Console release of Mega Man Battle Network with four more Mega Man games spread throughout August. A new game is set to go up on the Wii U eShop each Thursday, and while Capcom provided a list of games, the order of their release will remain a mystery. More after the jump.
During a recent visit to Capcom USA, Nintendo Minute caught up with Brett Elston for a quick chat about Mega Man and Comic-Con. During the discussion a date was revealed for Mega Man Battle Network's debut on Wii U Virtual Console. Video and more after the jump.
If the latest Kickstarter update is any indication, it looks like Mighty No. 9 is coming along quite nicely. It's still very clearly a work in progress with many unfinished and unpolished aspects, but the July gameplay video shows plenty of promise after the jump.
During an SGC 2014 Q&A, one of the audience members asked if Keiji Inafune would be interested in making a Mega Man Legends-style take on Mighty No. 9. See his response after the jump.