The original premiere of Mega Man on the NES is still one of the most classic and memorable 8-bit games even today. The Blue Bomber went on to spawn six sequels on the NES alone. When it came time for him to appear on 16-bit and 32-bit, the games were a welcome enhancement graphic-wise, but the platforming suddenly didn't catch the same feel of his early years. Mega Man 8 on PlayStation was the last time we heard from the boy in blue in a game of his own. Now 10 years later, Capcom, along with the father of Mega Man himself, Keiji Inafune, and some of the original staff from the classic Mega Man games have given us a new Mega Man that takes us back to the basics, back to a feel that is truly for the hardcore Mega Man fanatic.