Capcom came through with more details on the Mega Man X Legacy Collections, which will be divided up into two sets on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. Read on for a trailer and more.
Well, Capcom actually managed to deliver on the promises of the Mega Man 30th anniversary stream today. The big reveal turned out to be Mega Man 11, which is coming to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC next year. The announcement followed a fun little run through of the history of the series, culminating in footage of the 2.5d platformer after the jump.
With a Kickstarter campaign looming, TruForce Collectibles recently hopped on Facebook to show off the colored version of a proposed Mega Man X figure. The action figure was designed by Capcom artist Keisuke Mizuno, and you can see the original concept art followed by the colored figure 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.
Polygon posted a new Dead Rising 3 report that's sure to please Capcom fans, as it heralds the return of Mega Man X. Beat the game and you'll unlock the outfit for protagonist Nick Ramos to cause all kinds of destruction with, as previewed in the video after the jump.
I'm kind of loving Nintendo's Virtual Console trailers for Wii U. The latest shows how you can jam 1993 Super Nintendo classic Mega Man X on the GamePad when it heads to the eShop on May 30. Check it out after the jump.
I can handle Mega Man's anniversary, but it's crazy to think that Mega Man X is getting ready to celebrate 20 years since its release on Super Nintendo. The futuristic X is teaming up with his squatter, but older, brother in a commemorative silver statue, and will be at San Diego Comic-Con in July. Peep it past the jump.
Remember the Mega Man X first-person shooter that almost was? Last month we posted about the canned project, which was in the proof-of-concept stages at Armature Studio, home to some of the developers behind the Metroid Prime series. We may never get to play Maverick Hunter, but we can still take another look at what could have been after the jump.
Hey, it worked for Samus, right? That might have been some of the thought process behind Maverick Hunter, a Mega Man X first-person shooter that was being created at Armature Studio, home to some of the developers behind the Metroid Prime series. The Blue Bomber was primed to get a similar treatment, but it was cancelled before it could see the light of day. Read on for more.
Everyone's getting in the spirit of the Blue Bomber's 25th anniversary, including Shane Newville of Rooster Teeth (Red vs. Blue). Newville took the models from Mega Man X8 and crafted a short film showcasing a day in the life of X, which, as one might expect, is no ordinary day. Check it out past the break.
The world of fan films goes into the nuts and bolts and angst Mega Man X universe, where YouTube filmmaker Olan Rogers has put together an epic virtual battle between X and a construct of Protoman! Hit the jump to check it out!
Mega Man X is one of the standout titles of the Super NES library, introducing a darker, more serious take on Capcom's classic Blue Bomber. Join CRN writer Nate Ming as he takes on Sigma and his Maverick rebellion with his usual not-so-delicate touch!