Thursday, October 14, 2010
Last Week News Round-up
Mega Man 8-bit Deathmatch Released - At long last the much anticipated full version Mega Man: 8-Bit Deathmatch finally hit the web. The complete version supports a multitude of new modes including single player and offers a plethora of new weaponry not available in the demo build. If you haven't done so already, you can download the game from its official website here.
New Rockman Online 'Gaia' Details -The official Rockman Online blog updated last week with some new info about 'Gaia', the massive military city that serves as the hub for online players. The details reveal the history behind the base's establishment and its current involvement in recent affairs. Check out 200 Percent Protagonist for all the details.
Her Name Is Lilly - The Mega Man Network got to translating some official DASH 3 materials from the game's Japanese development room, which reveal a bit more about the heroine contest's character. This new female protagonist is apparently going by the name of Lilly (tentative), whose personality lies somewhere in between defiant and cute. She's a positive person but is somewhat careless; acts without thinking. More details available at The Mega Man Network.
Scrumptious MMU Cake - Not news, news, but rather cool in its own right. A fan attending Comic Con dropped by Capcom's booth and shared with them this delightful, home cooked Mega Man Universe cake. The cake is pictured above, but you can catch a better glimpse over at Capcom's Twitter.
Star Force Official Complete Works Delayed - Surprised? The upcoming art book has been bumped from December to January 2011. Amazon has re-listed the book for January 11, though Udon themselves have yet to announce a specific date.