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Mega Man 11 BGM Pre-Order Bonus Wily Numbers now free for everyone

04.04.2019 19:30

Previous pre-order bonus which changed the BGM of all 8 boss stages in the game now available for everyone

Tags: Mega Man
From: n4g.com

Mega Man 11 Wily Numbers Instrumental Stage Tracks Preorder DLC Being Given Away

04.04.2019 12:00


Some digital storefronts are starting to give away the former Mega Man 11 Wily Numbers Instrumental Stage Tracks preorder DLC for free.

Tags: DLC, Mega Man
From: www.siliconera.com

The Original EverQuest Has Not Aged Well

03.04.2019 14:00


Ten years ago I the online role-playing game I was so obsessed with it cost me my job and a relationship. Now I’m revisiting the game, playing on the new progression server opened to celebrate its 20th anniversary, and I can safely say I am in no danger of falling under its spell again.…

From: kotaku.com

Venture Kid Will Bring Mega Man-Style Action Exclusively To Switch "Soon"

03.04.2019 7:15


Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
Indie studio FDG Entertainment's has proved quite popular , so it's great news to hear that a port is still planned for the Switch and that it will, in fact, be a Switch console exclusive.
In the game, you take on the role of the titular 'Kid' as you battle the evil Dr. Teklov and fight your way to his giant space fortress. If this sounds a lot like , that's because it is!
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Tags: Mega Man
From: www.nintendolife.com

Random: The Entire Mega Man '90s Cartoon Is Available To Watch On YouTube

15.03.2019 8:30


Who needs Netflix?
If you're yet to experience the Mega Man cartoon from the mid-nineties and feel a sudden urge to do exactly that, you're in luck, because the entire show is available to watch - legally - on YouTube.
Produced by Capcom and Ruby-Spears Productions, the show aired for around a year or so back in 1994-95. It was based on the Mega Man games available at the time, and two seasons were completed and aired; a third was reportedly planned but cancelled before seeing the light of day.
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From: www.nintendolife.com

GTA 5, Mega Man 11, Yakuza 6 and more PS4 games discounted to under $20

09.03.2019 19:33


Amazon has discounted the physical versions of several notable PlayStation 4 games. The deals include Grand Theft Auto V, Just Dance 2019, Mega Man 11, Shenmue I & II, South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Yakuza 6: The Song of Life at up to 75 percent off. If you are interested, you can find the discounts with the following links: Grand Theft Auto V – 75% off Just Dance 2019 – 50% off Mega Man 11 – 34% off Shenmue I & II – 33% off South Park: The Fractured But Whole – 37% off Yakuza 6: The Song

The devil within: Hideaki Itsuno on 25 years at Capcom

03.03.2019 3:00


Capcom, you might have noticed, is on a bit of a roll. Monster Hunter finally met with the global success it's always deserved, its survival horror series won back its fans with the pure horror of Resident Evil 7 and the superlative reimagining of Resident Evil 2, and even the humble Mega Man series is on surer footing than it's been for a while. Really, though, it's what's coming next that really excites me: Devil May Cry 5 isn't just the return of Capcom's most stylish series. It's the return of Capcom's most accomplished director.
Hideaki Itsuno last sat in the director's chair for 2012's Dragon's Dogma - a standout title in a sometimes troubled era for Capcom's last generation - but you can trace his history with the company much further back than that. "After I got out of college, I thought to myself, well, I could be a teacher, that might be okay," he tells us on the London leg of Devil May Cry 5's final press tour, the interview taking place at the top of a mist-shrouded Shard. "But then I thought, you know, I'm going to have to spend 35 years working before I retire, so I should probably go and do something I'm going to enjoy."
And Itsuno enjoys video games. Actually, that's not quite right - he loves them. On his desk at Capcom headquarters in Osaka is a CRT TV he uses to indulge his passion for older games - late last year it was Famicom baseball game Famista, though right now it's SNK's 1990 action RPG God Slayer that's keeping him occupied.

From: www.eurogamer.net

The devil within: Hideaki Itsuno on 25 years at Capcom

03.03.2019 3:00


Capcom, you might have noticed, is on a bit of a roll. Monster Hunter finally met with the global success it's always deserved, its survival horror series won back its fans with the pure horror of Resident Evil 7 and the superlative reimagining of Resident Evil 2, and even the humble Mega Man series is on surer footing than it's been for a while. Really, though, it's what's coming next that really excites me: Devil May Cry 5 isn't just the return of Capcom's most stylish series. It's the return of Capcom's most accomplished director.
Hideaki Itsuno last sat in the director's chair for 2012's Dragon's Dogma - a standout title in a sometimes troubled era for Capcom's last generation - but you can trace his history with the company much further back than that. "After I got out of college, I thought to myself, well, I could be a teacher, that might be okay," he tells us on the London leg of Devil May Cry 5's final press tour, the interview taking place at the top of a mist-shrouded Shard. "But then I thought, you know, I'm going to have to spend 35 years working before I retire, so I should probably go and do something I'm going to enjoy."
And Itsuno enjoys video games. Actually, that's not quite right - he loves them. On his desk at Capcom headquarters in Osaka is a CRT TV he uses to indulge his passion for older games - late last year it was Famicom baseball game Famista, though right now it's SNK's 1990 action RPG God Slayer that's keeping him occupied.

From: www.eurogamer.net

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