This year Tokyo Game Show is done and dusted, and while nothing too noteworthy was announced on the last day, we still have some things to talk about as we wrap up.
Find all the details after the break!
Every year the Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association (CESA) who organizes the annual Tokyo Game Show celebrates the Japan Game Awards. One of the accolades is the so-called "Future Division" which awards highly anticipated games yet to be released. Votes come from the general public, regardless if they atteded TGS or followed the event from home.
Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection won the Future Division award among 10 games including Street Fighter 6 and EXOPRIMAL from Capcom. Other heavy-hitters like Final Fantasy XVI and Sonic Frontiers walked away with the award too.
This marks the fourth time in the franchise's history that a Mega Man game won a Future Divison award. There was Mega Man Battle Network 3 in 2002, Mega Man Battle Network 5 in 2004 and Mega Man 11 in 2018.
Accepting the award was none other than Masakazu Eguchi. You can see his acceptance speech (in Japanese) here!