Which Other Mega Man Games Could Come To Modern Platforms?

With the release of Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection this week, it joins an already-impressive catalogue of Mega Man re-releases from the past several years.

If you combine the titles from Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 & 2, Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 & 2, and Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection, you've got a total of 24 classic games available to fans and newcomers. With the addition of the 10 Battle Network titles found in the latest release, this brings the running total up to a staggering 34 games. That's a heck of a lot of Mega Man!

It really feels like Capcom is looking to release as much of the Mega Man back catalogue as possible on modern consoles, possibly to preserve the series going forwards — at least in digital formats. There are still quite a few games from the series that remain untouched, however.

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ZeekQuattro167d ago

The Legends and Power Battles games should make the jump. Those were fun games. I remember playing the Power Battle games at a local mall before it randomly was removed. It had a bunch of Capcom games on it.

FallenAngel1984166d ago

You can already play both Power Battle games on modern platforms


Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 1 review - ChristCenteredGamer

CCG writes - "Overall, the first three games, often considered the finest in the Megaman Battle Network series by fans, come very highly recommended. It's easy to learn and difficult to master, and any fans of Mega Man or RPGs will surely enjoy this. It's not very expensive to purchase and you get some great value if you purchase both collections together as well."

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Capcom Announces Super-Strong Financial Results, Nearly Doubling Revenue & Profit Year-on-Year

Today Capcom announced its financial results for the fiscal quarter between April 1, 2023, and June 30, 2023, and they're extremely strong.

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TriniOutsider65d ago

Good to hear, glad to see Capcom back on track.

TheColbertinator65d ago

Capcom does well when they actually listen to their fans. Maybe someday they will completely understand that.

Agent7565d ago

You prefer reboots for $60 than new games then?

TheColbertinator65d ago

I liked MH Rise, SF6 and Resident Evil Village all very much.

But I would be unfair to say the recent Resident Evil 4 remake and 30th Anniversary Street Fighter games were shoddy throw away titles.

Christopher65d ago

RE4 remake and SF6 everywhere, not really surprised to see results as such.

Huey_My_D_Long65d ago

Capcom has been killing it for about 5 years now.
Now do Ace Attorney 7 goddamn it.

Agent7565d ago

Proves how dire the gaming industry is. Resident Evil reboots. That’s the best you can expect from CAPCOM. CAPCOM died after the Dreamcast/PlayStation 2/Xbox/GameCube console generation.

Chriswheeler2264d ago

In between reboots we still got 7 and Village which were well received.

Add the Monster Hunter games already out, Dragond Dogma 2 otw, thats a better output over 6 to 7 years than alot of developers.

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Preparing Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection

Siliconera spoke with Director Masakazu Eguchi about the Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection's development and success so far.

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