Wednesday, October 7, 2015
A few pages from Mega Man 6's pre-production notes have appeared online courtesy of Ichiro Mihara. The former Mega Man producer shared the pages on Twitter, revealing the names and concepts of a few unused Robot Masters. Chief among those, "Crystal Lady" - the proposed first female Robot Master!
Monday, October 5, 2015
Toss this one into the archives: here's a newly found, but old, piece official Mega Man Legends 3 artwork. This obscure nugget briefly appeared at Nico Nico Moba. It was a mobile wallpaper distributed through NicoNico Moba long before the game was cancelled. For the time being, the original, full-res piece is confined to an aging mobile device. We're working on it, though.
Nevertheless this is a welcome look at the dynamic Rock & Roll duo in their would-be Legends 3 duds. Right-click, save as, and treasure it!
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Enjoying Mega Man Legends? Great! Here's a few quick things I wanted to pass along. Don't worry - it's nothing bad! Just some generalities and tips you should be aware of.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
If Mega Man Legacy Collection has you hankering for more classic NES action, look no further than Mega Man: Super Fighting Robot. Developed by MrWeirdGuy, this new fan-game delivers new twists and turns to the already tried-and-true Mega Man formula. There's a bevy of secrets to find, difficulty modes for every kind of player, and some unique RPG-elements.
You can download the game here. For added replay value, additional content is planned for the future. How about a boss fight with the one and only Shovel Knight? It's possible. Stay tuned to the game's official Facebook for future updates.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Don't get too excited - it's not up yet. Somewhere around 5PM-9PM EST, Mega Man Legends will finally, finally arrive on PlayStation Network in North America. The 1998 action-RPG classic will run you $9.99, playable on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. Due to unspecified complications, the game is not playable on PSP. UPDATE: It's out! And speak of the devil, it works on PSP despite early reports.
It's no secret Mega Man Legends is among my top favorite games. You'll pardon my bias when I say it's an under-appreciated gem of the 32-bit era. It's disheartening that Ocarina of Time tends to overshadow the accomplishments of Legends; innovations largely ignored and overlooked to this day. If you're playing the game for the first time, put yourself in that mid-nineties mindset. Be mindful of facial animations, fully-voiced cutscenes, 3D "dungeons" -- hell, even primordial Z-targeting. Really cool stuff for the time.
So here it is. Whether you're playing it for the first or hundredth time, I hope you enjoy.
Monday, September 28, 2015
There's more to Mighty No. 9's demo than meets the eye. Peel back the layers of code and you'll find huge portions of the final product, which itself is not due until February 2016. Read on if you don't mind blowing the lid off unseen content.
Sunday, September 27, 2015
From now until late October, player's of Capcom's mobile brawler Street Fighter Battle Combination can load up limited edition Mega Man character cards. Mega Man, Proto Man and Zero grant players special attacks and attributes to lay the smack down.
Mega Man joins the likes of other Capcom properties in Battle Combination, from Resident Evil to Ghosts n' Ghoblins. You can check out the powers abilities of each Mega Man cards here.
Friday, September 25, 2015
Just announced at TwitchCon, Mighty No. 9 is now slated to launch in North America on February 9th, 2016 and February 12th worldwide (all versions but 3DS and Vita. Release date pending). Further, the game's special demo version relaunched today on Humble Bundle.
All you need to do is login to Humble Bundle with the e-mail addressed you used to back the game. From there you just need to hit download. The demo consists of five stages: the intro stage and four Mighty Numbers. If you have any problems, click the link above for detailed instructions.
That's about all there is to report. Do you think they'll announce the next delay on February 8th? I'm just playin' - be cool.