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That 25th Anniversary Mega Man game now has a demo


7:30 PM on 12.18.2012
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It looks like Mega Man is getting plenty of love for his 25th Anniversary. The funny thing is, it's not from Capcom -- it's from fans. Between Street Fighter X Mega Man, and the 25th Anniversary Game, things are heating up for the blue bomber's birthday celebration.

Wait, are you confused as to which anniversary Mega Man game I'm referring to? You know, the one where the Bonnes go back in time to wreck havoc on the Classic timeline? Yeah, that one. Not the Street Fighter one.

You can check out the demo for free at this site -- it features Bio Man and Tarot Man -- two of the Robot Masters featured in the trailer. The creators also state that new demos will be releasing at some point in the future, so keep an eye on their Twitter!

Demo 1 [Mega Man 25th Anniversary]






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