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.
Another update on the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter page offers up a look at some of protagonist Beck's various moves. Appropriately titled "Beck Springs into Action," the clips show some of what Beck can do, from basic movements to climbing, dashing, and absorbing. Hit the jump for those and more.
As promised, Keiji Inafune and the Mighty No. 9 team had some big announcements to make at Anime Expo. Chief among them was the reveal of a CG-animated series, currently in production at Digital Frontier and slated for a Q2 2016 release. Read on for more.
If you've been following the development of the crowd-funded Mighty No. 9, you'll be happy to know that Keiji Inafune and the folks at Comcept have some new in-progress footage to share. See how the spiritual successor to Mega Man is shaping up after the jump.
Keiji Inafune and his team are hard at work at the Kickstarter-funded Mighty No. 9. You can see a bit of how things are coming along—from stages to a couple boss battle samples—in the work-in-progress footage after the jump.
Anime Expo recently announced the addition of Keiji Inafune to the convention as a Guest of Honor. Known both for his work on Mega Man and more while at Capcom, as well as current projects like Mighty No. 9, Inafune will participate in a Q&A and autograph sessions. Read on for more.
Fans are still sore from Capcom's premature cancellation of Mega Man Legends 3. Capcom enthusiasts have never been the type to sit idly by, however, and a group of fans in Japan are working hard to recreate Mega Man Legends 3: Prototype Version using Unity3D engine. Video and more after the jump.
Capcom and Nintendo recently teamed up to announce Mega May, which will spend the whole month celebrating the Blue Bomber. Every Thursday will see a different Mega Man game joining the 3DS Virtual Console lineup, starting with Game Boy Color's Mega Man Xtreme, which is now available. Hit the jump for more.