Monday, July 15, 2019
Ron English's highly anticipated, officially-licensed "Mega Man "Grin"figure will debut during the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con, the artist announced. The figure will be sold exclusively at an off-site pop-up shop three blocks from the convention center between July 17th through July 20th. It will be located at 1037 J Street.
No word yet on price or the status of Ron English's equally interesting Proto Man and Zero interpretations. I guess you'll have to go down there and find out for yourself...
Source: Toys R Evil
We've reached the final part in our Teppen Core Card Pack coverage. Today we're observing the last 12 cards from a total of 36 Mega Man X-themed cards... but before that, let's talk about the "Secret Cards."
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Released back on December 10th, 2004, Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Telos is the third album in Inti Creates' Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero series. Telos (from the Greek word "ΤΕΛΟΣ "or "Τέλος" meaning "end", "purpose", or "goal") features 37-tracks worth of remixed music from Rockman Zero 3.
Typically, the majority of Inti Creates' music CDs for the Rockman series and even the Gunvolt series go the extra mile in terms of supplemental content. You'll often find fun things like liner notes, character and development staff biographies, interviews, development insight and, sometimes, mini manga stories. However, the crown jewel of these albums are the "drama tracks" that further expand and enrich pre-established lore. Rockman Zero Telos is no exception.
Courtesy of our translator Sidier, we're proud to present for the very first time the entirety of Rockman Zero Telos' densely-packed booklet in English. Because of it's length, we'll be splitting its translated contents into separate posts. Today we begin with English-translated liner notes, or "Notes on Tracks" as Inti Creates calls them. Hit the jump below and see what composer Ippo Yamada had to say about various tracks!
Friday, July 12, 2019
Today we continue with 12 more Mega Man X cards from Teppen. There's not much to add this time, so just enjoy the flavored text and artwork. Come back at the end of the week for the third and final part of our Core Card Pack coverage. You'll also get to find out which card you can only get spending real money.
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
We continue our coverage of Teppen's Mega Man X specific cards with the cards that are only available from the Core Card Pack. This is the first supplemental card pack made available for the game and, as such, we should talk about currency and how much it costs to get one of these packs
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Our library of pre-release and prototype Mega Man games continues to grow with the addition of a Game Boy Mega Man III "SAMPLE" version.
On the surface, there's nothing too ground breaking here. It's more or less a final, localized build of MMIII with the only noticeable difference being the words "SAMPLE" on the title screen. I'd wager this was originally passed around out trade shows, demo kiosks, or for review. Still, it's a part of Mega Man history and should be preserved.
You can download it and lots of other Mega Man pre-release/prototype/demo versions from the Rockman Corner Dropbox here. Many thanks to Skaarg for the donation!
Monday, July 8, 2019
Every year during E3, Capcom sets up cases of current or in-progress merchandise for their series. This year at E3 there was once again a wide selection of Mega Man merchandise showcased for fans to get excited for. Now that the show has come and gone, here's an in-depth look at what you can expect to see this year and beyond for our little blue bomber.
Sunday, July 7, 2019
A couple of days ago we talked about X's story in Teppen. Today we're going to start looking at the actual Mega Man X series cards. After all, this is a trading card game and in this particular case the cards are the jewel of the crown (in terms of presentation, at least). At this time, the game has cards that you acquire when you beat each hero's story mode and completing events (missions, leveling up, etc.), plus cards from the Core Card Pack that you acquire using money (using real money or in-game currency).
Today we will cover Basic Cards from the Mega Man X series. After the break you'll find story information and clean artwork of each card (and the name of the artist that drew them).
Saturday, July 6, 2019
We're continuing our coverage of Capcom and GungHo Online Entertainment's latest mobile game, Teppen, with an image recap of X "Hero Story". Check it out after the break or, if you're just catching up, read up on what the game is all about here.
Friday, July 5, 2019
DHX Media subsidiary WildBrain posted a brand-new Mega Man: Fully Charged "toy play" episode this week. Titled "Heatwave", this bite-sized, made-for-kids episode features Mega Man and Wave Man teaming up to cool down and revitalize a park. In tried and true fashion, though, Wave Man goes a little overboard.
If you'd like to see more of this "toy play" episodes, hit up the official Mega Man: Fully Charged YouTube channel here. There's more to come!
Thursday, July 4, 2019
Capcom's mystery card game, Project Battle, made quite a splash last week. And now you can download it – for free! Re-titled as TEPPEN, the game is now available to download on the App Store and Google Play. UPDATE: At the moment it looks like the game is only available in some regions within North American storefronts. Hang in there, everyone!
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
|Image via The Rockman EXE Zone|
A long-lost alternative English dub of the Rockman EXE anime has been recovered by our pal, MidniteW. Unlike VIZ Media's Mega Man NT Warrior dub, this rarely seen South-East Asia dub is far and away more faithful to its Japanese counterpart.
According to MidniteW, the SEA dub (recorded and distributed independently by Voiceovers Unlimited) is heavily based on the original Japanese script, going so far as to use the original Japanese names for characters (Rockman instead of Mega Man, Netto instead of Lan, for example). What's more, it even features the anime's original soundtrack that was replaced in NT Warrior! Pretty cool, right? Well it gets better. The SEA dub also includes whole episodes NT Warrior skipped over AND doesn't cut or censor a single thing (no "laser bread stick swords" here).
You can check out all these differences and more after the jump!