Rockman Xover keeps on chugging with Star Force content

No domestic release date still You know what they say about cash-ins, right? If people buy them, they’ll keep cashing...

No domestic release date still

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You know what they say about cash-ins, right? If people buy them, they’ll keep cashing in?

Ok nobody says that, I just made it up. But that seems to be the case for the infamous Rockman Xover, because Capcom keeps supporting the game with content. Xover has just gotten a Starforce update, which adds a few boss characters from the DS series like Cygnus Wing, Queen Ophiuca, Gemini Spark, and Cancer Bubble.

Whether this is a desperation move to keep the game alive or due to legitimate business, we don’t know for sure, because all we know is that the game has a large amount of free users.

At this point given all of the bad press the game has received, I just want a domestic release so I can try it out for myself!

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