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Old 10-01-2013, 07:12 PM   #51
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Nothing on a new game coming out still but there is a thank to its original creator in this


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Top 100 Games #59: The Blue Bomber Returns!

Mega Man 2 blasts in at number 59 on the Top 100 Games.



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Old 12-30-2013, 02:35 PM   #52
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Capcom is reviving a classic IP next year. Could it be Mega Man? I wouldn't be surprised if they did this to go up against Mighty No. 9 and all the positive buzz that's been getting

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/12/...sic-ip-revival

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Old 12-30-2013, 03:27 PM   #53
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A Mega Man revival is inevitable. As much as Capcom is known for letting their IPs die, that one is simply too iconic to let die for good, similarly to how Sonic is pretty much the only real classic Sega IP left. I think it's a good chance that'll be the IP, but at the same time, I also wouldn't be surprised if they let it lie longer, just to see how Mighty No. 9 actually does before doing anything.

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I'm currently working on a project that consist of Megaman, we're not looking to make any profit at this point in time, but we ARE hoping that over the course of the next year or so, we could possibly present it to Capcom in hopes of them allowing us to reboot Megaman and have everything on one accord. It sucks to see Capcom kinda brush aside one of its longtime characters.

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that's cool. Good luck with that although Im not sure how much success you'll have with that as there's already been MM projects done that they haven't done anything with, likely bc they don't care

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I'm currently working on a project that consist of Megaman, we're not looking to make any profit at this point in time, but we ARE hoping that over the course of the next year or so, we could possibly present it to Capcom in hopes of them allowing us to reboot Megaman and have everything on one accord. It sucks to see Capcom kinda brush aside one of its longtime characters.

This is what they put this week about it.

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Roll Chan Evolution Is The Closest Thing We Got To A New Mega Man Game In 2013 . January 1, 2014 . 1:45am

If you’re nostalgic for a Mega Man game check out Roll Chan Evolution. A romhacker edited the original Mega Man and made Mega Man’s sister Roll a playable character.

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Technically last year was Mega Man’s 25th anniversary, but Capcom said the celebration would begin in December 2012 with the release of Street Fighter X Mega Man and continue throughout all of 2013. Capcom made a cool statue, worked with Udon to translate art books, and re-released some games on the eShop.

If you’re nostalgic for a Mega Man game check out Roll Chan Evolution. A romhacker edited the original Mega Man and made Mega Man’s sister Roll a playable character. Roll has an arm cannon that shoots hearts instead of spherical pellets. Unfortunately she doesn’t have her Marvel vs. Capcom 2 secret power – crouching.


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Hope your project works out.


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Capcom 2013: We will be giving gamers an old-school, iconic retro game that we know you all have been anticipating!

Me: Is it Mega Man?

Capcom 2013: NOOO~~! It's Duck Tales! HAPPY 25TH ANNIVERSARY, STREET FIGHTER!

Capcom 2014: We will be reviving an old IP you guys are going to be really excited for!

Me, 2014: You guys aren't bankrupt yet?

Mega Man, or STFU...

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Well said wolf cypher , Well said.

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All this talk about Mega Man across three different topics right now (going on here, at the Wii U thread, and the Mighty No.9 thread), plus me listening to my MM music collection, has put me into Mega Man nostalgia mode, and I've realized I've played and beaten a s*** ton of Mega Man games...


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  • Mega Man 7 (never can beat Dr. Wily's FINAL form, even with his weaknesses)
  • and especially Mega Man & Bass (did I bloody mention how I never beat ANY OTHER ROBOT MASTER in that game since my last playthrough attempt? Ninja Gaiden's got nothin' on this one Mega Man title...)

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I think Megaman 7 was the first Megaman I beat. I remember how hard the final Willy robot was. Took me so many tries and all of my tanks and energy.

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Only Eight Copies Of The Gold Mega Man 4 Cartridge Exist, And It’s Worth A Fortune. August 13, 2014 . 5:02pm

Mega Man 4, or Rockman 4 in Japan, has been out for almost 13 years now, but not many people know about the existence of its super-rare golden cartridge.
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Mega Man 4, or Rockman 4 in Japan, has been out for almost 13 years now, but not many people know about the existence of its super-rare golden cartridge that was given away in very limited quantities. Inside Games shared its story, which was recently featured on a Japanese TV show.

The game was featured on the TV show, Kaiun! Nandemo Kanteidan (which more or less translates to “Good Luck! The All-Appraisal Group”), which has been airing for about 20 years now.

The premise of the show is about a group of professionals who appraise all kinds of different objects presented by various people, from celebrities to local farmers.

In the latest episode of the show that aired on August 12th, a famous illustrator by the name Yo****aka Enomoto was featured as a guest. While he is known as an illustrator, manga artist, and painter, his most prized possession is the golden Mega Man 4 cartridge, which is something he’s had since he was a young boy.


Back in 1991 when Enomoto was still in middle school, he entered a contest held by Capcom to design a boss character. Out of about 70,000 entries, his design for “Pearlman” was chosen for the eight bosses to be featured in the game, which ended up being the “Brightman” Mega Man fans all know today.

After winning the contest, he and the seven other artists were awarded special golden cartridges for Mega Man 4. These copies were never reproduced, and were considered quite the collector’s item at the time.

20 years later, Enomoto decided to find out how much the cartridge would be worth today through the TV Tokyo program. Contestants in the show start out with their own figures before the appraisal, which Enomoto went with a humble 78,000 yen ($761).


As it turns out, the team of appraisers started out by saying that the regular copy of Mega Man 4 would have the value of 700 yen ($6.85) but since Enomoto’s was such a rare copy, they decided to give it a whopping 400,000 yen’s value (about $3,900).

The report doesn’t mention whether Enomoto decided he’d like to sell the cartridge or not, but given its sentimental value from his earlier days as an artist, it’s safe to assume that it’s being kept nice and cozy by the original Brightman designer.

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Mega Man X4 And X5 Being Released As PSOne Classics In North America. August 26, 2014 . 11:30am

Mega Man X4 and Mega Man X5 are being released as PSOne Classics for PSN.



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Mega Man X4 will be available on September 2nd, while Mega Man X5 will follow on September 9th.

Meanwhile, Mega Man Battle Network and other games in the series were recently made available on Wii Virtual Console as well.

Read more stories about Mega Man X4 & Mega Man X5 & PlayStation 3 & PlayStation Vita on Siliconera.
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Mega Man X4 is probably my favorite MMX game (oddly, since I know X1, 2, & 3 were ALL better). But alas, Mega Man X Collection, so...

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I may have to get it. Megaman X4 is my favorite in the whole series.

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What did Mega Man X go up to? 8?

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it did but most people say it was the worst of the installments. And that stuff started to head down hill during X 6 cause Inafune didn't even want to do x6 Sam Rami event with venom there with Inafune .



Ten Mega Man Games, Ten Music CDs. August 27, 2014 . 12:15am

While not as cool as the E-Tank loaded with Mega Man music, Capcom has a lower priced collection of Mega Man songs scheduled to come out on October 29.

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Disc 1: Mega Man
NES
1 STAGE SELECT
2 GAME START
3 CUTMAN STAGE
4 GUTSMAN STAGE
5 ICEMAN STAGE
6 BOMBMAN STAGE
7 FIREMAN STAGE
8 ELECMAN STAGE
9 BOSS
10 STAGE CLEAR
11 Dr.WILY UFO SE
12 Dr.WILY STAGE 1
13 Dr.WILY STAGE 2
14 Dr.WILY STAGE BOSS
15 ALL STAGE CLEAR
16 ENDING
17 GAME OVER
PlayStation Navi Mode
18 CAPCOM LOGO
19 GAME START
20 CUTMAN STAGE
21 GUTSMAN STAGE
22 ELECMAN STAGE
23 Dr.WILY STAGE 1
24 STAFF ROLL (PS)
25 MODE SELECT
26 DATA BASE
27 BOSS ATTACK RESULT
Bonus Tracks
28 CUTMAN~BURNING PARADISE~
Disc 2: Mega Man 2
NES
1 OPENING
2 TITLE
3 PASS WORD
4 STAGE SELECT
5 GAME START
6 METALMAN STAGE
7 AIRMAN STAGE
8 BUBBLEMAN STAGE
9 QUICKMAN STAGE
10 CLASHMAN STAGE
11 FLASHMAN STAGE
12 HEATMAN STAGE
13 WOODMAN STAGE
14 STAGE CLEAR
15 GET A WEAPON
16 Dr.WILY UFO SE
17 Dr.WILY MAP
18 Dr.WILY STAGE 1
19 Dr.WILY STAGE 2
20 LAST STAGE
21 BOSS
22 CLEAR DEMO
23 ALL STAGE CLEAR
24 ENDING
25 STAFF ROLL
26 GAME OVER
PlayStation Navi Mode
27 CAPCOM LOGO
28 TITLE / MODE SELECT
29 PASS WORD
30 STAGE SELECT
31 GAME START
32 AIRMAN STAGE
33 BUBBLEMAN STAGE
34 HEATMAN STAGE
35 STAGE CLEAR
36 Dr.WILY STAGE 1
37 BOSS
38 STAFF ROLL (PS)
39 DATA BASE
40 BOSS ATTACK RESULT
Bonus Tracks
41 ENDING~ THE ENDING BATTLE DUST ~
42 Crush Out (CLASHMAN)

Disc 3: Mega Man 3
NES
1 TITLE
2 PASS WORD
3 STAGE SELECT
4 GAME START
5 NEEDLE MAN STAGE
6 MAGNET MAN STAGE
7 GEMINI MAN STAGE
8 HARD MAN STAGE
9 TOP MAN STAGE
10 SNAKE MAN STAGE
11 SPARK MAN STAGE
12 SHADOW MAN STAGE
13 BLUES
14 BOSS
15 STAGE CLEAR
16 GET A WEAPON
17 Dr.WILY STAGE MAP
18 Dr.WILY STAGE 1
19 Dr.WILY STAGE 2
20 Dr.WILY STAGE 3
21 Dr.WILY STAGE BOSS
22 ALL STAGE CLEAR
23 ENDING
24 STAFF ROLL
PlayStation Navi Mode
25 CAPCOM LOGO
26 TITLE
27 STAGE SELECT
28 MAGNET MAN STAGE
29 GEMINI MAN STAGE
30 TOP MAN STAGE
31 SHADOW MAN STAGE
32 BOSS
33 GET A WEAPON / BOSS ATTACK RESULT
34 Dr.WILY STAGE BOSS
35 STAFF ROLL (PS)
36 MODE SELECT
37 DATA BASE
Bonus Tracks
38 SPARK MAN~SPARK OF SORCERY ~
39 Shall we go on a Magnetic Continuous tour? (MAGNET MAN

Disc 4: Mega Man 4
NES
1 OPENING
2 OPENING2
3 TITLE
4 PASS WORD
5 STAGE SELECT
6 GAME START
7 BRIGHTMAN STAGE
8 TOAD MAN STAGE
9 DRILL MAN STAGE
10 PHARAOH MAN STAGE
11 RING MAN STAGE
12 DUST MAN STAGE
13 DIVE MAN STAGE
14 SKULL MAN STAGE
15 GET ITEMS
16 BOSS
17 STAGE CLEAR
18 GET A WEAPON
19 Dr.COSSACK STAGE MAP
20 Dr.COSSACK STAGE 1
21 Dr.COSSACK STAGE 2
22 Dr.WILY STAGE MAP
23 Dr.WILY STAGE 1
24 Dr.WILY STAGE 2
25 LAST BOSS
26 ALL STAGE CLEAR
27 ENDING
28 STAFF ROLL
29 GAME OVER
PlayStation Navi Mode30 CAPCOM LOGO
31 OPENING
32 OPENING2
33 TITLE
34 PASS WORD
35 STAGE SELECT
36 GAME START
37 BRIGHT MAN STAGE
38 TOAD MAN STAGE
39 DRILL MAN STAGE
40 PHARAOH MAN STAGE
41 RING MAN STAGE
42 DUST MAN STAGE
43 DIVE MAN STAGE
44 SKULL MAN STAGE
45 GET ITEMS
46 BOSS
47 STAGE CLEAR
48 GET A WEAPON
49 Dr.COSSACK STAGE MAP
50 Dr.COSSACK STAGE 1
51 Dr.COSSACK STAGE 2
52 Dr.WILY STAGE MAP
53 Dr.WILY STAGE 1
54 Dr.WILY STAGE 2
55 LAST BOSS
56 ALL STAGE CLEAR
57 ENDING
58 STAFF ROLL
59 STAFF ROLL (PS)
60 GAME OVER
61 MODE SELECT
62 Dr.RIGHT LAB
63 MISSION MODE RESULT
Bonus Tracks
64 SKULL MAN~WARRIOR FROM THE UNDERWORLD~
65 Frolic Funk Dance (RING MAN)
66 Find my way to the Top (WILY)

Disc 5: Mega Man 5
NES
1 OPENING
2 TITLE
3 PASS WORD
4 STAGE SELECT
5 GAME START
6 GRAVITY MAN STAGE
7 WAVE MAN STAGE
8 STONE MAN STAGE
9 GYRO MAN STAGE
10 STAR MAN STAGE
11 CHARGE MAN STAGE
12 NAPALM MAN STAGE
13 CRYSTAL MAN STAGE
14 BOSS
15 STAGE CLEAR
16 GET A WEAPON
17 DARK MAN STAGE MAP
18 DARK MAN STAGE
19 Dr.WILY STAGE MAP
20 Dr.WILY STAGE
21 LAST BOSS
22 ALL STAGE CLEAR
23 ESCAPE
24 ENDING
25 GAME OVER
PlayStation Navi Mode
26 CAPCOM LOGO
27 OPENING
28 TITLE
29 PASS WORD
30 STAGE SELECT
31 GAME START
32 GRAVITY MAN STAGE
33 WAVE MAN STAGE
34 STONE MAN STAGE
35 GYRO MAN STAGE
36 STAR MAN STAGE
37 CHARGE MAN STAGE
38 NAPALM MAN STAGE
39 CRYSTAL MAN STAGE
40 BOSS
41 STAGE CLEAR
42 GET A WEAPON
43 DARK MAN STAGE MAP
44 DARK MAN STAGE
45 Dr.WILY STAGE MAP
46 Dr.WILY STAGE
47 LAST BOSS
48 ALL STAGE CLEAR
49 ESCAPE
50 ENDING
51 STAFF ROLL (PS)
52 GAME OVER
53 MODE SELECT
54 Dr.RIGHT LAB
55 MISSION MODE RESULT
Bonus Tracks
56 STONE MAN~RARE STONE PUPPET~
57 Fly Me To The Sunshine (WAVE MAN)

Disc 6: Mega Man 6
NES
1 CAPCOM LOGO
2 OPENING
3 TITLE
4 PASS WORD
5 STAGE SELECT
6 GAME START
7 BLIZZARDMAN STAGE
8 CENTAURMAN STAGE
9 FLAMEMAN STAGE
10 KNIGHTMAN STAGE
11 PLANTMAN STAGE
12 TOMAHAWKMAN STAGE
13 WINDMAN STAGE
14 YAMATOMAN STAGE
15 BOSS
16 STAGE CLEAR
17 GET A WEAPON
18 Mr.X STAGE MAP
19 Mr.X STAGE
20 Dr.WILY STAGE MAP
21 Dr.WILY STAGE
22 LAST BOSS
23 ALL STAGE CLEAR
24 ENDING
25 GAME OVER
26 MEGA MAN 6 – OPENING
PlayStation Navi Mode
27 CAPCOM LOGO1
28 CAPCOM LOGO2
29 OPENING
30 TITLE
31 PASS WORD
32 STAGE SELECT
33 GAME START
34 BLIZZARDMAN STAGE
35 CENTAURMAN STAGE
36 FLAMEMAN STAGE
37 KNIGHTMAN STAGE
38 PLANTMAN STAGE
39 TOMAHAWKMAN STAGE
40 WINDMAN STAGE
41 YAMATOMAN STAGE
42 BOSS
43 STAGE CLEAR
44 GET A WEAPON
45 Mr.X STAGE MAP
46 Mr.X STAGE
47 Dr.WILY STAGE MAP
48 Dr.WILY STAGE
49 LAST BOSS
50 ALL STAGE CLEAR
51 ENDING
52 STAFF ROLL (KAZE YO TODOKE)
53 GAME OVER
54 MODE SELECT
55 Dr.RIGHT LAB
56 MISSION MODE RESULT
Bonus Tracks
57 Fourth Wind (WINDMAN)※2

Disc 7: Mega Man 7
1 CAPCOM LOGO
2 OPENING 1
3 OPENING 2
4 TITLE
5 OPENING STAGE
6 THEME OF FORTE
7 HELMET
8 STAGE SELECT
9 GAME START
10 FREEZE MAN STAGE
11 JUNK MAN STAGE
12 BURST MAN STAGE
13 CLOUD MAN STAGE
14 MUSEUM
15 SPRING MAN STAGE
16 SLASH MAN STAGE
17 SHADE MAN STAGE
18 TURBO MAN STAGE
19 SHADE MAN STAGE START (SECRET)
20 SHADE MAN STAGE (SECRET)
21 THEME OF BLUES
22 BOSS
23 STAGE CLEAR
24 ROCKMAN FAMILY
25 GET A WEAPON
26 LAB ATTACK
27 PASSWORD
28 BIG EDDIE’S
29 Dr.WILY STAGE MAP
30 Dr.WILY STAGE 1
31 Dr.WILY STAGE 2
32 Dr.WILY STAGE 3
33 Dr.WILY STAGE 4
34 Dr.WILY STAGE BOSS
35 LAST BOSS
36 ALL STAGE CLEAR
37 STAFF ROLL
Bonus Track
38 UNUSED TRACK

Disc 8: Mega Man 8
1 CAPCOM LOGO
2 TITLE
3 OPENING STAGE 1
4 OPENING STAGE 2
5 MID BOSS
6 THEME OF WILY
7 STAGE SELECT
8 GAME START
9 FROST MAN STAGE
10 CLOWN MAN STAGE
11 TENGU MAN STAGE
12 GRENADE MAN STAGE
13 THEME OF DUO
14 THEME OF BLUES
15 SWORD MAN STAGE
16 AQUA MAN STAGE
17 ASTRO MAN STAGE
18 SEARCH MAN STAGE
19 WARNING
20 BOSS
21 STAGE CLEAR
22 GET A WEAPON
23 DR. RIGHT LABORATORY
24 DR. WILY STAGE MAP
25 DR. WILY STAGE 1
26 DR. WILY STAGE 2
27 DR. WILY STAGE 3
28 THEME OF FORTE
29 DR. WILY STAGE 4
30 WILY MACHINE
31 WILY CAPSULE
32 LAST BATTLE
33 STAFF ROLL
34 TENGU MAN STAGE (SATURN)
35 CUT MAN STAGE (SATURN)
36 WOOD MAN STAGE (SATURN)
37 TOWARDS EARTH
38 VS FORTE
39 TIME TO GET UP
40 RESURRECTED MEMORY
41 WILY BASE DISCOVERY
42 VS GIANT GORI-THREE
43 WILY’S WORLD DOMINATION ANNOUNCEMENT
44 DANGER ROCKMAN
45 DUO’S ENTRANCE
46 REMINSCIENCE
47 Still Life
48 Blues
Disc 9: Mega Man 9
1 OPENING 1
2 OPENING 2
3 OPENING 3
4 TITLE
5 MENU
6 STAGE SELECT
7 GAME START
8 CONCRETE JUNGLE (CONCRETE MAN STAGE)
9 THUNDER TORNADO (TORNADO MAN STAGE)
10 SPLASH BLUE (SPLASH WOMAN STAGE)
11 PLUG ELECTRIC (PLUG MAN STAGE)
12 JEWEL TEMPTATION (JEWEL MAN STAGE)
13 HORNET DANCE (HORNET MAN STAGE)
14 MAGMA BURNING (MAGMA MAN STAGE)
15 GALAXY FANTASY (GALAXY MAN STAGE)
16 BOSS
17 STAGE CLEAR
18 GET A WEAPON
19 SHOP
20 RUSH JET
21 SUSPENSE
22 DR. WILY UFO
23 DR. WILY CASTLE
24 FLASH IN THE DARK (DR. WILY STAGE 1)
25 WE’RE THE ROBOTS (DR. WILY STAGE 2)
26 STRANGE WORLD (DR. WILY STAGE 3)
27 CASTLE OF EVIL (DR. WILY STAGE 4)
28 WILY MACHINE
29 ENDING
30 STAFF ROLL
31 OVERDRIVE SCRAMBLE (SPECIAL STAGE)
32 MAZE OF DEATH (ENDLESS STAGE)
33 GAME OVER
Disc 10: Mega Man 10
1 USUAL DAY
2 FUTURE WORLD
3 SUSPICION
4 GO TOGETHER
5 TITLE
6 MENU
7 STAGE SELECT
8 GAME START
9 KING OF BLADES (BLADE MAN STAGE)
10 POLLUTED PUMP (PUMP MAN STAGE)
11 DESERT COMMANDO (COMMANDO MAN STAGE)
12 ABSOLUTE CHILL (CHILL MAN STAGE)
13 CYBERSHEEP’S DREAM (SHEEP MAN STAGE)
14 FIREBALL STRIKE (STRIKE MAN STAGE)
15 NITRO RIDER (NITRO MAN STAGE)
16 SOLAR INFERNO (SOLAR MAN STAGE)
17 BOSS
18 STAGE CLEAR
19 GET A WEAPON
20 SHOP -ROCK-
21 SHOP -BLUES-
22 SHOP -FORTE-
23 CRISIS
24 EVIL WILY
25 FOR YOU -ROLL’S THEME-
26 DR. WILY CASTLE
27 SILENT RAIN (DR. WILY STAGE 1)
28 DR. WILY STAGE BOSS
29 ABANDONED MEMORY (DR. WILY STAGE 1)
30 AGAINST THE PRESSURE (DR. WILY STAGE 2)
31 NO TURNING BACK (DR. WILY STAGE 3)
32 STAIRWAY TO DARKNESS (DR. WILY STAGE 4)
33 DR. WILY MACHINE
34 DR. WILY CASTLE -FINAL-
35 DEEP IN SPACE (DR. WILY STAGE 5)
36 DR. WILY CAPSULE
37 ALL STAGE CLEAR
38 AFTER ALL
39 STAFF ROLL
40 CHALLENGES
41 ENDLESS STRUGGLE (ENDLESS STAGE)
42 HEART OF ENKER (SPECIAL STAGE 1)
43 GET THE PUNK OUT (SPECIAL STAGE 2)
44 FAREWELL TO BALLADE (SPECIAL STAGE 3)
45 GAME OVER

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Considering Capcom refuses to put out an original title for this, I really wish they'd at least release another collection. The last one was for the PS2/GC/Xbox. I wish they'd make a new one that was up to date to include 9 and 10 in addition to Mega Man and Bass which never got a home console release outside of Japan. Give the games HD borders and graphic option like many of the other old re-releases. Id be all over this.

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Back when I still had a 360, I would probably bust out that Mega Man Collection once every couple of months. Obviously I agree that they should put out a new collection. Doubt they'll do it though. They assume they'll make more money by selling them individually, which I disagree with. If you're selling them individually, the vast majority of people are just going to pick and choose the one or two they like, whereas those same people would pay a lot more for a collection because it seems like a better value even if realistically they'll only play those one or two games on it.

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Back when I still had a 360, I would probably bust out that Mega Man Collection once every couple of months. Obviously I agree that they should put out a new collection. Doubt they'll do it though. They assume they'll make more money by selling them individually, which I disagree with. If you're selling them individually, the vast majority of people are just going to pick and choose the one or two they like, whereas those same people would pay a lot more for a collection because it seems like a better value even if realistically they'll only play those one or two games on it.
They're only selling them on Nintendo's platforms though and from my understanding those are simply ports. The Xbox has nothing and I don't think Mega Man 8 is even available on PSN, so PS3/Vita/PS4 are shut out. I know X4 and X5 just got PSN releases but that itself could use a collection

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If they ever did come out with another Collection, I hope they get it right this time. Too much lag and a few missteps with songs and boss patterns. It's nice to have, I guess? I own it on all of the systems(Xbox, PS2 and GC).

The X Collection is much better. While not perfect, it is a LOT better than the classic Collection. If you wanna play the classic series, you're better off buying them individually on the eShop or PSN. Those are the actual ROMs.

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The Misadventures of Tron Bonne Is Getting A PSOne Classics Release. May 5, 2015 . 8:28am


The Misadventures of Tron Bonne has been rated by the ESRB, with the PlayStation 3, PSP, and PS Vita listed as platforms.

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has been rated by the ESRB, with the PlayStation 3, PSP, and PS Vita listed as platforms, which means that the game is likely being released as a PSOne Classic at some point in the future.

The Misadventures of Tron Bonne was originally released in 1999, and is part of the Mega Man Legends series of games. It is a prequel to Mega Man Legends and features three different play-styles, depending on the mission you’re tackling.

No doubt a bunch of people are wondering why Mega Man Legends itself hasn’t been made available on newer platforms. The answer to that question can be found here.

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You know, usually I would roll my eyes at you starting a thread about this like I do a lot of threads you make just to more or less be the sole poster, but I'm okay with this one for some reason

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lol I wasn't doing it to be the sole poster. but I'm happy I made you happy for once.

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http://www.capcom-unity.com/gregaman...ican-psn-store

It looks like they stealth released it today. And in news I find surprising, they also chose to release it at the standard $5.99 instead of the $9.99 they have in the past for rarer and/or more desired games.

There it is, go and play my game, children. You can play it on PS3, PSP, and the Vita. PS4 people are too poor for me to care about


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