The bell had been tolling for a while, but it looks like development of Rockman Online (Mega Man Online) is officially kaput. Both Capcom and NeoWiz Games decided to pull the plug on the online PC game, which was originally announced in summer 2010. Read on for more.
San Francisco's Gauntlet Gallery is host to a cool Mega Man art show all this month. Mega Man Boss Tribute showcases a bunch of drawn and painted artwork that pays tribute to the bosses of Capcom's Mega Man series, but one Mega Man X-centric piece stands out with a clever gimmick. Check it out after the jump.
In the future, maybe augmented reality games will be like really cool versions of Nick Arcade. Imagine, if you will, a world in which the next Mega Man game takes advantage of some really wild augmented reality tech. You might end up with something like the video after the jump!
Last week we posted about the new Street Fighter X Mega Man patch, which adds in a major feature with passwords, as well as some bug fixes and other minor updates. The trailer also teases the addition of Sagat with a not-so subtle "TIGER!" Check it out after the jump.
Those still playing, or just now digging into, the fan-made, Capcom-delivered Street Fighter X Mega Man can look forward to some tweaks in an update due out this Friday. Chief among them is the much-requested addition of passwords, so you'll no longer have to worry about powering through the game in one go. More after the jump.
Archie Comics, publishers of the suprisingly awesome Mega Man comics series, want to celebrate the Blue Bomber's 25th anniversary with your fanart! Hit the jump to see how your fan-made masterpieces can win you some solid prizes in the "Rock of Ages" fanart contest!
A Rockman Corner reader sculpted every regular Mega Man series Robot Master out of clay, and the years-long process of recreating bosses from Mega Man through Mega Man 10 with cold porcelain is finally complete. See the results after the jump!
In honor of the season, Capcom presents A Mega Man Salute to 2D Winter Levels with special chiptune remix carols. Get a look and listen after the jump.
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.
Times may have been a bit tough for Mega Man of late, but things are looking up in light of his milestone 25th anniversary. Capcom is kicking off the celebration in a couple of ways, most notably with the previously announced release of fan-project-turned-official-game Street Fighter X Mega Man. Read on for more anniversary fun!
Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, recently shared plans to release a new fan-made crossover title featuring two of the company’s most iconic franchises. Street Fighter® X Mega Man® will celebrate the closing ceremonies of the 25th Anniversary of Street Fighter® and kick off the festivities taking place in 2013, when Mega Man takes center stage as “The Blue Bomber” reflects on his own 25 years of gaming greatness. The Street Fighter X Mega Man game will be released as a PC download beginning on December 17, 2012 and will be offered to fans for FREE through Capcom’s official website, Capcom-Unity.com