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Old 06-06-2018, 02:00 AM   #226
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Mega Man 11 On Switch Will Only Release Digitally In The UK And Europe. June 4, 2018 . 1:30pm

North America will get the option to go for a special Mega Man 11 bundle that comes with the new amiibo and more but unfortunately for fans across the pond, the game will only release digitally in Europe.

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Mega Man Battle Network: Operate Shooting Star Translation Patch Complete. June 15, 2018 . 10:00am

Rockman EXE: Operate Shooting Star, a port of Mega Man Battle Network that added the ability to control Mega Man Star Force, has received a fan translation that assigns it the name Mega Man Battle Network: Operate Shooting Star.

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Capcom Explains Why There Was Such A Long Wait Between Mega Man 10 And Mega Man 11. June 13, 2018 . 2:15pm

Mega Man 10 released back in March 2010 and fans have waited a long time for the next classic installment in Mega Man 11. Capcom explained why the series had such a long break.

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Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2 ‘X Challenge’ trailer
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Capcom has released a new trailer for Mega Man X Legacy Collection and Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 introducing the new X Challenge Mode, which allows players to select a loadout and take on two bosses from various Mega Man Xgames. This mode features three difficulty options and online leaderboards.


Mega Man X Legacy Collection (which includes Mega Man X1 to X4) and Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 (which includes Mega Man X5 to X8) are due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on July 24 in North America and Europe, and July 26 in Japan. Read more about the collections here.

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Mega Man 11’s Dev Team Goes Into Detail On How Stages Are Made . June 23, 2018 . 5:30pm

Mega Man’s basic abilities are pretty much set in stone, so how do the development team take advantage of this to make a good stage? The latest video detailing the development of Mega Man 11 goes into detail.

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Old 07-05-2018, 02:40 AM   #231
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Mega Man 11 details Blast Man, Balloon Attack mode
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Capcom has released new information and screenshots of Mega Man 11 detailing new Robot Master Blast Man and the new Balloon Attack mode.
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You’ll pay for the whole seat, but you’ll only need the edge – a new boss bursts onto the scene of Mega Man 11! Introducing Blast Man, a Robot Master with a flair for the theatric… and a taste for explosions. Lots and lots of explosions. This volatile ‘bot is no joke, so read on for what to expect from his stage and learn about newly revealed features for Mega Man 11!




While Block Man’s stage has pitfall-riddled pyramids built around his ego, and Fuse Man’s stage takes place in a tricky power plant, Blast Man has a decidedly more… wait for it… explosive approach to the place he calls home. This Robot Master is clearly on a short fuse, and it shows in the design of his stage: the ruined remains of a theme park and movie studio hybrid that Blast Man has shaped into his personal playground. He’s added several personal touches, including a number of signs featuring himself as the star of “Blast Man Adventure.” It seems like Block Man isn’t the only one with a narcissistic streak!




Getting to Blast Man’s lair is certainly no walk in the park. New enemies such as fireball-launching foes and explosion-prone mini-bots are the least of your problems when you have to deal with volatile boxes littered about each room, just waiting for a reason to detonate. Familiar enemies like Sniper Joe make their return to try and foil players’ progress, threatening to turn this adventurous stage into a total blowout. Always seeming to show up in the most troublesome places, Sniper Joe’s shield is as strong as ever, but smart use of the Power Gear can help even the odds against this classic foe.




Just when you think things couldn’t get more off the rails, you’ll have to deal with a roller coaster ride of a mid-boss. Explosive mini-bots zoom around in rockets on rails, occasionally tumbling out when they’re upside-down – so much for proper safety precautions! You can’t damage the rockets with regular buster shots, so you’ll have to get creative as you dodge dive-kicks from the falling robots and jump over the out-of-control coaster.




Successfully dodging the bangs, booms, and bots of Blast Man’s stage will bring you to the Robot Master himself, whose short-fused nature is apparent by what’s left of the amusement park in the background. Taking cues from his bomb-tossing predecessors, Blast Man hops around the room while slinging explosives everywhere in his attempt to turn Mega Man into scrap metal.




When Blast Man has reached the end of his fuse, he pushes himself to the limit using the Power Gear! As you might expect from this explosion-loving robot, the Power Gear supersizes Blast Man’s bombs, giving them greater explosive force while his attack patterns become more erratic. You’ll have to be at the top of your game if you want to disarm Blast Man for good.




Your reward for defusing this volatile Robot Master is Chain Blast, a unique weapon that floats bombs across the screen that stick to enemies along the way. As the name suggests, you can chain together multiple bombs and detonate them all at once, or use the Power Gear to create massive explosives for even bigger blasts!






As you’re busy busting ‘bots in Mega Man 11, you’ll collect bolts dropped by enemies and scattered throughout each stage. Just like in past games, you’ll be able to use the bolts you’ve found to craft new items and upgrades at Dr. Light’s Lab thanks to the hard work of Roll, Auto, and Dr. Light himself. The aptly named Auto-Charge Chip shown above is just one of the many upgrades you can get equipped with throughout your adventure, including some icons that may look familiar to long-time fans.





Other Challenges
When you want to take a break from the fight for everlasting peace, you can also check out a number of different challenges! The classic Time Attack mode drops players into Robot Masters’ stages, tasking them with completing individual stages as quickly as possible to make their mark on the leaderboards.




Balloon Attack mode is a unique take on Mega Man 11’s stages, removing all the enemies in stages in favor of colorful balloons that dot the landscape. It’s not all clowning around, though; you’re still working against the clock! As you make your way through stages, burst blue balloons as quickly as possible by using your Mega Buster or simply running into them. Every red balloon you burst and each blue balloon you miss along the way adds to your timer, so you’ll have to navigate stages carefully to get the fastest time possible. This mode is sure to put your platforming skills to the test, alongside a number of other challenging modes included with Mega Man 11.
Mega Man 11 is due out worldwide for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on October 2.




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This game looks so good to play. Can't wait for it.

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