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This 25th Anniversary Mega Man lanyard is a thing

9:29 PM on 01.05.2013 // Chris Carter
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Straight from Capcom

What better way to celebrate your love of Mega Man than wearing this odd, neon green lanyard around your neck? Or something like that.

You can pre-order the lanyard here for the fairly pricey $9.95, and you'll also net this little limited edition tag with it. It's set to release in February officially from Capcom, to continue the 25th Anniversary celebrations into 2013.

I hope this wasn't what they had in mind when they said that they "weren't done yet" with celebrating the 25th. Given the huge success of Street Fighter X Mega Man though, I'm guessing there's still a little bit left for blue bomber fans to be excited for outside of the eShop re-releases.




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