We always welcome new Super Smash Bros. screens, and a handful made their way online since the last time we posted about the upcoming 3DS/Wii U brawler. A couple feature Mega Man, with one showing off how he can bust out his classic slide move, as introduced in Mega Man 3 on NES. See the latest pics past the break!
It was just yesterday that we posted about Mighty No. 9, a spiritual successor of sorts to Mega Man from former Capcom producer and Blue Bomber mastermind Keiji Inafune and his team at comcept. With 29 days remaining, the Kickstarter campaign has already resulted in successfully funding the game.
Former Capcom producer and Mega Man series mastermind Keiji Inafune has pulled together a team of veteran Mega Man developers to work on a spiritual successor of sorts, and they need your help to bring it home. Mighty No. 9 is a 2D platformer that draws plenty of inspiration from the Blue Bomber, and a Kickstarter campaign recently launched to make it a reality. Read on for more.
UDON is set to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Mega Man in coffee table slammin' style with MM25: Mega Man & Mega Man X Official Complete Works. The art book features over 400 pages of official game art, concept designs, and sketches, and will make its English-language debut at San Diego Comic-Con. Samples and more past the jump.
Yes, Mega Man Revolution is another one of the seemingly countless Mega Man fan projects modeled after the classic 8-bit NES games. However, this one in particular has been in development since 2002, and it's finally available to download and play via its official website. More after the jump.
The fan demand for Mega Man Legends 3 burns on, and the latest development is especially cool. Since Capcom neglected to release the MML3 prototype on the 3DS eShop, a group of fans decided to make it themselves in the form of an NES-style 2D game. Video and more after the jump.
After starting as a sample of what he thought Mega Man 10 might be like following Mega Man 9's release, Philippe "MegaPhilX" Poulin's Mega Man Unlimited grew into an ambitious original fan project. Now the game is finally complete, and it's getting ready to hit PC on July 14. Check out the message from Dr. Light after the jump.
While speaking during E3, Super Smash Bros. designer Masahiro Sakurai was ready to divulge some information, but not all of it. One thing Sakurai is currently keeping behind closed doors is what happens when Kirby swallows the fighter's most celebrated new addition, Mega Man. See what he had to say after the jump.
If we could just put "Super Fighting Robot... Mega Man!" here for an entire paragraph, we would. Discotek Media has licensed a cult favorite, the Ruby-Spears animated adaptation of the Blue Bomber, Mega Man! Hit the jump for the release window and a look back the show!
Nintendo busted out some footage of the next Super Smash Bros. game during its Nintendo Direct presentation this morning, but the real excitement came when a new challenger appeared near the end. Mega Man will officially join the lineup when the fighter arrives in 2014. Video and more past the jump.
The Mega Man 25th anniversary celebration continues, and just like in the games, the Blue Bomber's trusty robo-dog Rush is ready to assist him at a moment's notice. In fact, he'll be happy to zip into action at any time to hold your tissues. Pics and more 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.