Ringing in the Blue Bomber's 25th anniversary, here's one helluva cool short Mega Man X fan-film by Shane Newville. If this doesn't make you yearn for a new entry in the series, I don't know what will!
Thanks to Clown Prince of Crime and Eddie for the tip!
I live for his type'a thing. Hand-to-hand ain't exactly what you'd expect, but if Mega needed a Birthday present, this is everything the fans are still hoping for.ReplyDelete
This is why I wanted X for MvC3.ReplyDelete
Otherwise HOOOLLLYYYY SHIIIIITTTAKKKEEEEEEEEEE XD
Pretty much the greatest thing I've ever seen. Whoever made this is one of the few Mega Man fans who understand how truly badass and limitlessly powerful X actually is. Zero can take a seat. (Which he did, after X knocked him out. As it should be.)ReplyDelete
@SeFoNo - Yeah, but after X performing the Shinkuu Hadouken in that Namco X Capcom, plus the Shining Finger-esque ability in MHX, I could definitely see X pulling some Street Fighter moves when the situation called for it.ReplyDelete
I mean, how useful would Tatsumaki be when you had enemies coming at you on both sides?
I've always loved the X series, hope Capcom gets around to keeping the soundtrack and grit of X1-X3 with new graphics and delves further into how robots handle their sentience.
If Capcom wants a game changer, this is how you do it. It very much like the Batman Arkham games, but with a Megaman touch. I'd love to see the future of Megaman games go this route. It may be the game changer to save the Megaman franchise itself. The after-credits ending was perfect too.ReplyDelete
That's a Xtremelly Xcellent Xtraordinary film! X's badass level got up by the same amount of his potential!ReplyDelete
The video, for the most part, was a lot better than I thought it'd be. Although, I don't like how one-sided the X VS Zero fight was.ReplyDelete
One word. XCELLENT! (Couldn't help with the puns going around)ReplyDelete