This morning Capcom announced a nice little package deal of classic Mega Man games. The Mega Man Legacy Collection includes Mega Man I through VI, originally released on NES, and packs in some new features like Challenge Mode, Leaderboards, Replays, and a Museum with sketches, official art, and more. Hit the jump for the announcement trailer and details.
Mega Man is getting ready to leap his way back to TV screens in animated form, just in time for the Blue Bomber's upcoming 30th anniversary. According to a Deadline report, Man of Action Entertainment is teaming up with Dentsu Entertainment USA to develop a 26-episode animated Mega Man series. Read on for more.
Announced some time ago, a line of 3 inch Mega Man toys from Kidrobot finally has a tentative release date for the summero of 2015. Hit the jump to check them out.
It may still be Mega May for Nintendo, but Sony hasn't been slouching with the Blue Bomber's classics lately either. It wasn't too long ago that The Misadventures of Tron Bonne made its PSN debut, and now it's time for another PSOne entry. Next up is Mega Man 8, which lands on PlayStation Network in North America on May 27. Hit the jump for more.
Japan got Mega Man & Bass on the Wii U eShop back in February, and now it's available in North America as the fan-chosen kick-off of Mega May. As previously reported, this is the Game Boy Advance Mega Man & Bass, the only version that came to the west, and it's generally considered inferior to the Super Famicom original. More after the jump.
Wii U Virtual Console releases of the Mega Man Battle Network series continue in Japan, with Rockman EXE 4, both Red Sun and Blue Moon versions, set to arrive next week. The Game Boy Advance games will be available to download on March 25, priced at ¥702 a pop. Read on for more.
Mega Man/Rockman fans will soon be able to rock some Blue Bomber-inspired shoes thanks to a collaboration between Capcom and footwear and apparel company UBIQ. Pre-orders kick off in Japan on February 20, and the sneakers are currently scheduled for June and priced at ¥9,800 ($82). Pics past the break.
The Wii U Virtual Console is about to get another Mega Man title in Japan. Rockman & Forte—known as Mega Man & Bass in the west—originally debuted on Super Famicom in Japan in 1998, but the version coming to Wii U is the 2002 Game Boy Advance version, considered inferior by most, which came to the west the following year. Read on for more.
Yusuke Murata, the artist of the Eyeshield 21 manga and more recently the highly regarded One-Punch Man, spent New Year's Eve breaking out the ink and illustrating his characters, himself, Master Roshi, Guntank and Mega/Rock Man. The latter was very well received, and Murata went back later to sketch more of its cast. Get a look after the jump.