Saturday, November 2, 2013

Razer Unveils Mega Man Gaming Mouse Mat


If you're in the market for a new gaming mouse mat you might want to check out Razer's latest offering. The company is rolling out an officially licensed, limited edition Mega Man mat designed for comfort play and seamless mouse gliding. It's available for pre-order here.

So... Mega Man 10 is an interesting image choice. I mean, the game isn't available on PC. It really should be, but it isn't. I like to imagine PC ports of MM9 and MM10 were among topics discussed by those "top men"... but alas, it's not to be.

Think of this as compensation, I guess.

Source: Razer

15 comments:

  1. Capcom is ridiculous. I'd rather spend that money on MM10 for PC.

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  2. Those "top men" should also consider putting X8 on Steam, since the PC version is totally awesome and you can't buy it anywhere. But I guess going things with extremely low effort for mid-level returns isn't good enough when they could have high effort/low returns and no effort/negative returns.

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  3. >gets happy to see something he might actually use
    >Mega Man 10 image


    Yeah, fuck that shit.

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  4. These "top men" should consider actually making a fucking game within the next century, rather than whoring out merchandise.

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  5. Opportunity lost to use some 25th anniversary art.

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  6. That's a pretty lousy compensation. :/

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  7. Pfft. Gaming mice and pads are a waste of money. I'll never spend more than $20~$30 on a mouse (I usually spend $15). I make my own "pads" for free. And with these, getting around 8:1 K/D ratios in CS is NOT a rare occurrence for me.

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  8. Mega Man 25th Anniversary (1987-2012). Mousepad with art from 2010 game (MM10). Very few actual official MM games available on PC (PC ports of X series, NOT emulators/ROMs, etc.) Also not counting MM (PC) or MM3 (PC). None of which use the mouse much anyways.

    why.jpeg

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  9. There were no top men Sven admitted as much that no one in Capcom wanted to touch Mega Man following the cancellations in the lead up to SFxMM.

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  10. ... really. Really. I could freaking do this on CafePress. Possibly for less.

    Oh well. Capcom's gotta make their money somewhere...

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  11. The only reason I can think that MM10 was chosen is that it is the most recent (uncancelled or rerelease) Mega Man game, and Sheep Man's stage enemy, Pointan.
    Yet, still a strange choice.

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  12. Imagine... MegaMan 10 mods...it would be amazing. I mean, take a look at Sonic Generations. They released that on Steam and it was modded like hell. I wouldn't mind at all about buying MegaMan 9 or 10 on Steam, or PC in general.

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