Two massively important reveals happened this past weekend. One, Blizzard announced Diablo III, one of the most obvious and expected sequels of all time. The other was a bit more surprising, but still known due to weeks of random information leaks. That would be Mega Man 9, finally confirmed via scans from Nintendo Power and now today, re-confirmed by GamesRadar's exclusive hands-on and interview with Mega Man's biggest contributor, Keiji Inafune.
Inafune-san took a few moments away from creating future cherished memories to answer their questions about Mega Man 9, the state of the series and where it's going to go from here.