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Submitted by manasteel88 818d ago | news

Mega Man Gets a 25th Anniversary Game From the Fans

Okay, while it might not be a big Capcom announcement concerning Mega Man, this might be something just as good. Mega Man is all but missing from the collective minds at Capcom and every project Keiji Inafune did work on that would have been released recently has been long burnt to the ground. That likely means that besides silly games like Mega Man Xover, we likely won’t be getting anything worth getting in the near future. Seeing as how it’s Mega Man’s 25th and that is something to celebrate, the fans are working hard on something. (Mega Man, PC)

Snookies12  +   819d ago
Oh boy, just be ready for "Crapcom" to take action and keep them from making this. It would be just like them to do that...
vork77  +   819d ago
this game look like crap they need to have it like mega man through out the years in one cross over game with each megman having there own bosses and story that all ends up being that they need to work together at the very end
Smokeeye123  +   818d ago
This is actually really cool.

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