Japanese telecommunications company SoftBank unveiled a spiffy new smartphone tonight by the name of "GALAPAGOS". Sporting a high definition 3D display, the phone will feature a wide variety of 3D media without the need for glasses, much like the Nintendo 3DS.
Capcom will be a major supporter of the device and plans to roll out quite a few titles. According to various Japanese news outlets, "Rockman 3D" was announced as one of the initial titles for the phone, available as pre-installed software.
Unfortunately, the game is not quite as neat as its title suggests: it's nothing more than a port of Rockman 1 with the option to display the game in stereoscopic 3D, emulating the illusion of depth. Pictured above, you can see a screenshot of the game running on Galapagos, sans the 3D effect. Much like the Mega Man 2 iPhone port, gameplay will be carried out via the touch screen, however some models of the phone will apparently support a slide-out keypad -- an implication that an alternate control scheme is possible.
Rockman 3D launches with the phone in mid-December, exclusive to Japan.
Update: Added/omitted minor details; larger screenshot added.