"Once again, Capcom sports the biggest booth (#833( on the show floor as we present demos of hot, upcoming new games (many for the first time anywhere) to the public including: Super Street Fighter IV, Lost Planet 2, Monster Hunter Tri, Final Fight: Double Impact, Mega Man Zero Collection, Street Fighter IV for the iphone, and Dead Rising 2!"
Hopefully, the demo will end the Zero Collection news drought and bring forth some new details.
WonderCon takes place in San Fransisco from April 2-4. Check out the convention's official site for more details. Also, be sure to read Capcom's full WonderCon post for the lowdown on other activities and events.
Awesome but I just wish they will continue on Megaman Zero 5 instead of Collection. Sighing.ReplyDelete
Although I'm not a huge fan of the Zero series, I'm actually thinking about buying this. Who knows? Like I said before, if this game sells well enough, then maybe they'll consider resuming Mega Man Mania's development by porting it to the Nintendo DS, or something. Here's hoping this collection actually gets released.ReplyDelete
I hope they will move to WiiWare and focus from there.ReplyDelete
Can't make a Zero 5 without a main character, ya'know.ReplyDelete
bah I want my battle network/ starforce fix. a mmbn2+3 collection would be excellence.ReplyDelete
Imagine MMZ 5 in the nextgen of the upcoming new handheld...:)ReplyDelete
MMZ collection I'm hoping that this game has a playable X or the generals of X ;)......ReplyDelete