Next Gen News reports that Mega Man 2 (aka Rockman 2: Complete Works), the PSone enhanced port of the NES classic, will release on the service within the first week of February.
Next Gen News -- whose been pretty spot on with these reports in the past -- notes the game, among other titles, will go on sale February 1st, priced at $5.99 ($3.00 for PlayStation Plus members). Sony have yet to confirm these reports, but, seeing that Mega Man 1 made its debut on the service last week, it would be fitting for subsequent games in the series to bubble up our way over time.
UPDATE: Oh, silly me. Yes it is official: Mega Man 2 on February 1st.
Thanks for pointing that out, Josh!
This already HAS been mentioned on the PlayStation Blog. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2011/01/19/coming-to-playstation-plus-tales-from-space-about-a-blob-auto-download-demo-digger-hd-and-select-psn-exclusives-on-sale/ReplyDelete
Maybe it is just me but does anyone else notice input lag on the Complete Works versions? I bought the first 3 from the JPN store and when playing on the PS3 there seems to be a little input lag. When playing them on the PSP this doesnt seem to be a problem.ReplyDelete
Well, that sure didn't take long now, did it? But then again, that's to be expected, since it's you know, Mega Man 2 and all. On the bright side, however, this makes it more likely that we'll be seeing the Complete Works versions of Rockman 3-6 coming our way soon.ReplyDelete
Are PSN Imports translated?ReplyDelete
PSOne Imports are not translated, Rockman.ReplyDelete
Meanwhile, still waiting for more VC releases, classic or X...ReplyDelete
You do realize that they're apparently releasing these in order, right? MM2 would HAVE to come after MM1.
I believe he was talking about how fast it's going to be released after Megaman 1
I just wish they would add an optional translated patch for whoever wishes to use it. I think it would please a lot of people.ReplyDelete
Well if you PS3 is connected to an HDTV/through HDMI, those both tend to be sources of lag.
I know for me HDMI is the worse of the two, as I can play MM9 and MM10 on by HDTV (using the Wii and component input) without any huge difference from an SDTV, but when I try and play any game from the anniversary collection on my PS3 (which is connected with an HDMI cable) its definitely laggy.
I knew that. I was simply commenting on how quickly they've decided to upload Mega Man 2 to the Playstation Store.
What, exactly, is the 3USD going to? Sony's PSN funds? How much will Capcom see? How much will the devs see?ReplyDelete
Let me Guess Mega Man 3 on February 15th?ReplyDelete