Friday, November 20, 2009

Mega Man Rush Marine Now Available

Following yesterday's vanishing act, AT&T has re-listed Mega Man Rush Marine on their MEdia Mall website, and is now available for download.

The official press release:
" Take the plunge with Mega Man® and his shape-shifting robot dog, Rush in this original side scrolling shooter set in the deep blue sea. In the year 20XX Dr. Wily sends his robot minions to the seabed in order to drill for oil causing earthquakes and destruction to the surrounding islands. Only Mega Man and the newly submersible Rush Marine have any hope of stopping Wily’s nefarious plan.
  • Exciting side-scrolling aquatic shooter.
  • Explore three aquatic environments including Shallow Water, Volcanic Reef and Deep Water.
  • Battle through ten levels and defeat as many robot masters, each with a unique weapon that you can capture and use for good.
  • Fight your way through expansive levels teeming with 14 enemies and numerous hazards. "
The full game will run you $6.99, while a subscription version costs $2.99 a month. Snag your copy here!
If you do download it, anyone care to share a few impressions? I'm sure those of us who aren't AT&T customers (such as myself), would appreciate to know what we're missing out on.

11 comments:

  1. wow...what a waste of time and money

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  2. I STILL want this on my iphone.

    I thought Capcom's earlier screens of this looked bigger than the new ones shown, thinking that was going to be on phones like that of the iphone. But these new screens look like they only run on other smaller phones.

    Also, a waste of money? No Mega Man game isn't a waste of money, as far as I'm concerned.

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  3. IMO...

    OSS IS a waste of money

    non-capcom rockman game IS a waste of money

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  4. Uh...Rush Marine is produced by Capcom.

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  5. So this is AT&T exclusive? Lame.

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  6. lol, if it was only $7 I might get it but the associated download fees would make it more like $15.

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  7. I hope someone can give us a more in-depth coverage--especially of the Robot Masters. :o

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  8. "Newly Submersible?" What did it used to do?

    If they made it into more than a mindless shooter, it has potential to be pretty interesting.

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  9. 404

    Otherwise, I'd snag it for posterity, but I can't access it.

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  10. That "newly submersible" thing bothers me too, unless this game takes place in parallel to Rockman 3?

    Anyway...I may pick this up, just for the simple fact that it's a Rockman game, though I do not expect very much from it.

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