Sunday, August 19, 2018

Bandai Announces "Rockman X 25th Anniversary - Memorial Carddass Edition"


Back in July Bandai announced another carddass release, this time is not a reprint of old cards like they did early this year with the Rockman X & Rockman X Mega Mission Selection Box but something completely new. The set will contain new cards and a new manga by Yoshihiro Iwamoto, mangaka of the famous Rockman X manga. The set comes with 24 cards, 10 of them will have new illustrations also by Yoshihiro Iwamoto.

Pachislot Rockman Ability Gets Equipped With "Reverse Blade"


Well, Special Weapons are confirmed for Pachislot Rockman Ability. This bit of news comes to us by way of entaraina, who seemingly has the game in-hand a whole month early.

"Reverse Blade" is Reversi Man's Special Weapon (you can see what Reversi Man looks like here. He's the third bot from the left). Speculation says it could enable players the ability to reverse the machine's roulette wheel. That sounds like a fairly reasonable assumption, if you ask me.

Also, it looks like Reverse Blade will change the appearance of the Rock Buster. We can probably expect the same thing from the other Special Weapons too. With Rockman Ability "leaks" dropping almost daily, we probably won't have to wait too long to see the rest!

Source :entaraina

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2 Patch Now Available on PC


A patch is now available for Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and Legacy Collection 2 on PC, Capcom confirmed. (No news on home console versions, sorry) The patch addresses the following issues:

  • To address the screen blackout that affected some users when launching the game, the game now checks the resolution of the connected display device and supported resolutions and sets the appropriate output resolution accordingly 
  • Added V-Sync ON/OFF toggle. This option can be found under Options > Graphics > V-Sync. Turning off V-Sync may help increase performance if users experience framerate issues

That's all for now. I know there's a few other issues users would like to see ironed out as well. We'll see what happens. For now, I advise you to continue to vocalize what you'd like to see in a future patch.

Source: Steam Community

Golden 30th Anniversary Statues Revealed


Capcom Japan has revealed not one, but two new 30th Anniversary statues on today's Capcom-TV stream! The stream showed gameplay of one the new challenges featured in "Challenge Mode" in  Mega Man 11, the mode shown counted how many jumps you had made in the stage, the goal being to reach the end of the stage with the minimum amount of jumps used. Speaking of jumps, more after the jump below.

Monday, August 13, 2018

Blues Leaps Onto the Scene in New Pachislot Rockman Ability Clip


Another day, another off-screen Pachislot Rockman Ability leak. This time we have a very brief clip of Rock, Roll, and Trancy encountering Blues (or as he's better known online, "Poké Ball Blues"). Check it after the break!

Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 Input Lag Test Across All Platforms


I'm sure most of us out there have been enjoying the recently released Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2. However some have noticed that there is a fair bit of input delay especially in some of the earlier titles (X1-X3).

Well the good folks over at GigaBoots have certainly put the time and effort in on this video & have tested the input lag on all the X titles on all systems to find out which version of MMXLC1+2 displays the least amount of lag. This includes the Switch (docked and portable), launch Xbox One consoles,  Xbox One X, PS4, and PS4 Pro all compared against original SNES hardware as well as the SNES Mini version of X1. On top of that, they even went so far as to try many different control methods with each console too!

So which console has the least amount of lag across all 8 titles? Check out the video above – the results may surprise you! What do you guys think? Have you noticed any lag while playing the MMXLC1+2 yourself?     

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Rockman Corner is Look for Volunteer Reporters (Update)

By Rolando Ortiz
UPDATE: Well, I received no less than 76 applications. I'm honored, guys. For now, though, I'm gonna have to shut down submissions. Thanks to everyone who expressed interest! I'll be in touch as soon as I can.


I've been running this place all by myself for ten years and it's been so, so much fun. However, as alluded to in my 10th anniversary post, I want to be able to bring on a small staff to help report news. I'll still be doing my thing here, though my free time is growing short. So here's what I'm looking for:

Two to three (or more) news reporters
You know how this works – whenever news hits, I'd like for you to cover it as soon as possible. I'd prefer to find someone who is available in the morning and/or the afternoon. I am not expecting you to sit around and wait for news to drop. Rather, if you're available during those times and you happen to see something of interest, report it. With Mega Man 11 approaching, news will only increase over here. Your help will be very much appreciated!

How to apply
Shoot me an e-mail at the usual address, rockman20xx@yahoo.com. Please indicate your flexibility, your Twitter handle (if applicable), any previous or noteworthy work in the Mega Man community (or gaming in general), and anything else you'd like for me to know. (Do you know how to draw? Can you translate? Coding? etc)

Compensation
Rockman Corner is a hobby, not a business. I make very little money from what I do here. So please know this is not a job. What I can offer to you, however, is this: you'll have the chance to play new Mega Man games first, participate in special events, and get free stuff from Mega Man licensees (figures, merchandise, etc.). Take it from me, those are some nice perks.

Please bear with me as I sort through applications. It'll probably take some time, but better to get a jump on it now than later. With that out of the way, I look forward to working with you guys! I really and truly appreciate it. Thank you for your support!

Friday, August 10, 2018

More Pachislot Rockman Ability Images, Cutscene


When it rains, it pours, guys. New images and a brief cutscene from Rockman Ability – the upcoming, Japanese-exclusive pachislot game – have appeared online courtesy of entaraina. Check 'em out after the jump below!

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Pachislot Rockman Ability's Dr. Light is Female


If there was any doubt that Pachislot Rockman Ability (the upcoming Rockman pachinko game) isn't set in its own universe, this should get rid of it.

Spotted by Twitter user entaraina, Rockman Ability will feature the first female incarnation of the good doctor. She will be voiced by Mie Sonozak, best known for her work in various anime and video games. In the case of the latter, she is best known for her role as Crimson Viper in Street Fighter IV and Arle Nadja in the Puyo Puyo franchise.

No other details about Dr. Light are available at this time. If tradition stands true, however, we can infer that she is the creator of Rock, Roll, and, maybe, Trancy.

More news on Rockman Ability soon, no doubt. Thanks to Caleb for the translation!

Mega Man 11 Playable Demo Coming September 4th (Xbox One)


According to True Achievements, a "Mega Man 11 Demo Version" is coming our way soon – very soon. A listing for the demo has appeared on the Xbox Game Store with the following description: "take on all kinds of enemies and traps in the Block Man stage" and "use the new Double Gear system to slow down time or power up your shots and take down that boss". I think it's safe to say this will be the same demo that we saw at E3, Comic-Con, and various Capcom TV streams.

It remains to be seen if this demo is exclusive to Xbox One or if it will show up on other platforms (PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC). We'll probably learn more when Capcom officially announce the demo themselves.

Stay tuned for updates!