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Mega Man 3DS cases celebrate Virtual Console release


9:00 AM on 05.01.2013
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Capcom will release special edition Mega Man 25th anniversary 3DS and 3DS XL cases to commemorate the series' release on the 3DS eShop, community manager Brett Elston announced on Capcom-Unity

The two-piece case features the Blue Bomber on the front and the 25th anniversary logo on the back, and while not yet available, Elston assures they'll be ready in time for San Diego Comic-Con -- though they'll also be available for purchase on the Capcom Store. Pricing was not yet revealed.

Additionally, Elston revealed that more Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate cases are on the way, and will post images as soon as they become available.

Snazzy Mega Man 3DS Case Coming to Capcom Store [Capcom-Unity]

Mega Man 3DS cases celebrate Virtual Console release photo
Mega Man 3DS cases celebrate Virtual Console release photo
Mega Man 3DS cases celebrate Virtual Console release photo





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