Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Duralumin-Made X and Zero iPhone 6 Cases Teased
GILD Design, a Japanese-based smart phone and motorcycle part manufacturer are looking to produce high-end iPhone 6 cases based on Mega Man X and Zero. The duralumin-made cases are currently up for pre-order from eCapcom for a whopping 12,000 Yen a piece (about $100.31 US).
But wait, there's a bit of a catch here! See, only the case with the most pre-orders will actually be developed. You vote with your pre-order: X here, Zero here. Pre-orders counted to the losing design will not be charged, thankfully. Personally I don't see why they can't produce both. If not now maybe later? I dunno.
If you have the ability to do so, you can pre-order your case of choice in the links above.
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>only one case will be made
I am platinum mad.
Nice looking but umm.. I will pass. Its worthless on iPhone 6, I guess. Its a piece of junk, you know.ReplyDelete
Since Zero's design is based off his Maverick Hunter X and not off his Mk II design, I wouldn't be surprised if X won.ReplyDelete
It is weird to see that they chose Zeros' least-iconic appearance for this. Round shoulder-pads, Z-Buster rather than the saber...Not to mention that his hair almost doesn't look like it's even in the picture at all. Oh well. They're neat designs, and if i had money or an iPhone 6 I'd be getting one. The X one, that is.Delete
Weird that its a competition rather than just a set number of pre-orders and a competition (in case numbers are low). Like if both X and Zero break 100,000, for example, but X has a few more, they're really okay with not making and selling those other 100,000?ReplyDelete
To think that we live in a world where THIS is Mega Man news instead of games .. depressing.ReplyDelete
To think we live in a world where every time some cool Mega Man merchandise shows up and someone complains that it's not a game... depressing.Delete
$100+ for a CASE.ReplyDelete
I don't have an iPhone 6, and even if I did, I can't justify spending that kind of money for a CASE. It's not even new or unique artwork!
This...is like the definition of a rip off.
$100 for a CASE? AH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!ReplyDelete