If you haven't done so already, head on over to
the Avatar Store on the Xbox 360 Dashboard and get equipped with some fine Mega Man
gear. These virtual items include a t-shirt emblazoned with the 25th anniversary logo ($1), a Mega Buster arm ($4), and a helmet ($2). Moreover, you can buy a full outfit based on Mega Man or his Robot Master cohorts ($4 a pop).
For the full list of characters, check out the original report here
So, according to something I read on the Internet, the Robot Master costumes are not unisex. Which is to say, they can only be equipped on male avatars. Someone found this very unfair. I do, too, despite the fact that even if I had a 360 avatar, it would be male.ReplyDelete
Hopefully, at least some of the accessories are unisex.
Yeah, they are male only. I wasn't planning on buying any, buying virtual clothes just seems silly to me, but at least give us the /option/, capcom :lReplyDelete
Wow.. this picture of Megaman looks very ugly. Ugh.ReplyDelete
The Japanese version is cute. :)
It sucks to see such good items be gender specific only. I would have gladly bought them all for my Avatar and I hardly buy anything from the Avatar MP, but this is nonsense. I mean, even had to talk sense to M$ to get the Halo Reach Banshee Prop, a male only "prop", to work for me. :/ReplyDelete
It's worth a try to see if the fans can complain to get this changed, seeing I had success once.
I'm not interested in MegaMan stuff for my Xbox 360 Avatar. I only play RPGs from Japan that are released for the Xbox 360, like Star Ocean 4, Tales of Vesperia and Infinite Unidscovery.ReplyDelete
Other than that, It's good to see MegaMan goods on Xbox Live.
Girls deserve to wear skin tight cyan jumpsuits and blue underwear on the outside as much as any man. In fact, I would be saddened if a girl did not wear a skin tight cyan jumpsuit.ReplyDelete
BLUES. SHIELD. NOW!ReplyDelete
that word... I do not think it means what you think it means. "emblazoned".ReplyDelete