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Since Super Mario Bros. first hit screens in 1993, filmmakers have been trying to bring the imaginative worlds from video games to the silver screen. Whether they’ve been successful at doing so or not depends on whom yo...
Archie has already been putting out collections of several issues of the Mega Man comic, but according to a new listing, it looks like this compilation series will be collections of those collections -- comic-ception, if...
Reprint is on the way in December
The Mega Man Tribute artbook is a pretty wonderful little tome, and it's getting a reprint later this year. You can check out the awesome new cover art above, compliments of the amazing Hitoshi Ariga, and Jeffrey Cruz.
Four levels, six challenges
As you may have heard, Mighty No. 9 was delayed recently into 2016. As an apology of sorts, backers will be able to access an "exclusive trial," which will run from September 15, for a full month on PC. It will include f...
Mega Bustin' makes me feel good
People often cite the Mega Man series as an example of "difficult" retro games, but there's an astounding amount of rhyme and reason to the level design therein.
With a few tips you'll be breaking down time trial record walls like it was nothing.
If you've kept a close watch on the site for the last three years or so, you'd see that it's no secret that I love Mega Man. Despite the fact that Capcom hasn't given him any love in the past few years, it's still my favorite series, and one day, I'd like to see it return to glory.
While the Mega Man Legacy Collection wasn't everything I was looking for, it'll do just fine for now.
Beta in September
Mighty No. 9 was supposed to be released on September 15, but was delayed at the last minute until 2016. Cool!
Funnily enough, the developers of 20XX, an indie project that's modeled after Mega Man X, took this opportun...
A Mighty Gunvolt port with the DLC
Mighty Gunvolt might have been released late last year on 3DS, but Inti Creates has been in the process of porting it to the PS4 and Vita, and as of this week, it's out in Japan. Sadly, the developer has confirmed that there...
We now know that the Mega Man Legacy Collection is coming on August 25, for $14.99 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One (3DS next year). But with the date slowly approaching, more details are coming into view, like this achievement list ...
That was fast
Well we sure didn't have to wait long for Mega Man Legacy Collection.
Capcom has announced that it will arrive on August 25 of this year digitally for $14.99 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The 3DS edition won't arrive until 2016, ...
Late last week, Mike Futter at Game Informer and I broke the news that Mighty No. 9 might be getting a last-minute delay. It was set for a September release date, but rumblings suggested that it would be pushed into 2016...
Maybe we'll hear some Mighty No. 9 news
Yes, you read that right -- there are two Kickstarters currently underway for Red Ash -- one is for an anime, and the other is for the game. While the latter is now funded by way of an outside publisher for PC, PS4, and Xbox ...
Recently, it was revealed that the Red Ash project, a callback to Mega Man Legends, had already secured a publisher mid-Kickstarter campaign. The game is being made. Now, the Kickstarter is solely for "extra" funds and c...
After a nebulous "summer" release date for the Mega Man Kidrobot toy line, we now know some final details. They will be released on August 4, with individual boxes to go for $5.99, and complete sets will run you $49.99. ...
Well, it looks like businessman Inafune did some business things, as the Red Ash Kickstarter, which looks like it wasn't going to make it, has secured outside funding. It will be published by the Chinese digital entertainment...
Mega Man Legends spiritual successor
Keiji Inafune and Comcept are really trying to sell Red Ash: The Indelible Legend, Inafune's follow up to Mighty No. 9 and spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends. Its Kickstarter campaign ends in five days and it is hardly m...
Too little, too late?
Red Ash hasn't become an overnight success for Comcept. Unlike Mighty No. 9, the project is struggling to meet its $800,000 Kickstarter goal, having raised just over half that with 9 days to go.
With the clock winding down, Comcept is trying to turn the campaign's fortunes around, announcing a potential PlayStation 4 release and sharing some early footage of a pre-alpha prototype.
Still hasn't been funded
The Red Ash Kickstarter isn't looking so good, but now it has another weapon up its sleeve to vie for your cash -- a console goal. If the campaign nets $1,000,000, the game will make it to PS4 as well as PC. A recent pol...
I am not a hat person. I have little choice, what with my madly wild hair having achieved sentience. It refuses to be shamed into covering up. Very progressive like that, it is.
Anyways, that Mega Man hat ...
My vote goes to the anime-looking girl
I'm guessing everyone would agree at this point that Comcept should have waited for Mighty Number 9 to ship before it launched the Red Ash Kickstarter. The game is not doing even a fraction as well as comparable projects had ...
This is my most anticipated feature
Details for the Mega Man Legacy Collection are starting to pop up, and this time, we have some insight into the challenge mode. The final version will have "more than 50 challenges" available, all with leaderboard suppor...
I really hope Shenmue III is good
I'm a sucker for 8-bit productions like this Mega Man themed Shenmue tale from animator Peter Sjöstrand. It has everything you could want, from a Rush forklift section, to capsule toys, to the hellish "sl...
Draw your best homage
If you're an artist, you may as well check out this new contest from Capcom, where you can win a copy of the upcoming Mega Man Legacy Collection. The gist is that the publisher wants you to "re-imagine" the covers o...
"Hey kid, wanna buy a Mega Man Halloween costume," I imagine Freddy Krueger telling a child in his worst imaginable nightmare.
But no, these Halloween costumes are very real, and could be actually haunting your dreams in...
Keiji Inafune and Comcept are so busy! Mighty No. 9 still needs to come out, Mega Man Legends-inspired Red Ash (game and anime) just hit Kickstarter, and now there's word of a Mighty No. 9 film. A live-action one at that.
This can't be cheap
Finally, a solution for the lazy and/or untalented among us!
Capcom will soon open pre-orders for a wearable Mega Man helmet "made of high quality ABS plastic with a high polish finish, authentic proportions, and details, plu...
What the game may look like
Red Ash: The Indelible Legend isn't having quite as successful of a Kickstarter campaign as Mighty No. 9, which was basically funded instantly. It's currently sitting at roughly $300,000 of its $800,000 goal, and for the game...
Introducing sci-fi shooter Red Ash
Keiji Inafune and Comcept have wrapped development on Mighty No. 9 and are now returning to Kickstarter to fund their next project, Red Ash, a spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends.
Announced today at Anime Expo in Los Ange...
Keiji Inafune is at Anime Expo, which starts today in LA, to make a "special announcement," that "may interest Mega Man fans." The Mega Man co-creator left Capcom and formed Comcept, which recently has worked on two Meg...
All the way back in 2009, the fan game Mega Man X: Corrupted was shown off to the world, and it looked great -- yet, here we are six years later still waiting for it. There's some good news on that front, as a new set of vid...