Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Mega Buster Replica Coming From ThinkGeek


ThinkGeek, makers of all sorts of geeky things, are rolling out a super sweet electronic Mega Buster replica later this year. Details are as follows:

"The Mega Man Mega Buster Gun Replica is a real work of art. Turn it on and you'll hear a power up sound and watch the power meter fill up. Reach in, grab the handle, and you're ready for action. Quickly pull the trigger and you'll hear a single fire sound and the end will flash. Hold in the trigger, though, and you'll watch the power meter fill and the sound intensify until you release the trigger, firing a charged shot! When you are finished vanquishing evil robots for the day, switch the Mega Buster off and enjoy the power down lights and sounds."

The Mega Buster is expected to ship on December 15th, priced at $79.99. Pre-orders aren't live yet, but go ahead and bookmark this page in the meantime. Check out additional images and blueprints while you're there, too!

6 comments:

  1. In before whiners start up about wanting Megaman games, not merchandise.

    For this particular item, I do think the price is a little high, but this is so much cooler than the goofy plush mega busters. Authentic look. Trigger activated buster sounds. I'm not a cosplayer, but this is almost enough to make me try it.

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  2. That's AWESOME. I wish it had settings for Mega Man 7 and 8 sounds too.

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  3. It's already Out of Stock on the site.

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    1. Of course it's listed as "Out Of Stock", it hasn't been released yet.

      See above, with "The Mega Buster is expected to ship on December 15th, priced at $79.99. Pre-orders aren't live yet, but go ahead and bookmark this page in the meantime."

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  4. I wanted to shit on this but ok that was pretty cool

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  5. Pretty sweet, but I don't think I'd use it enough to justify $80. I'd be more likely to build my own crappy one for like $10 and make my own sound effects / LED control w/ a small microcontroller.

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