With their spiritual successor to the original Mega Man slated for release in September, Keiji Inafune’s Comcept has launched a pair of Kickstarters for Red Ash, a video game and anime project that’s pretty much the spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends.
As of this writing you can expect to pay between somewhere between $200 and $500 for a copy of Capcom’s delightful PSX Mega Man Legends prequel, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne. Or you can just grab it today on PSN for six bucks. Hooray!
Capcom will reveal an "unexpected" new game in next week's edition of Famitsu, Andriasang reports today.
Keiji Inafune split from Capcom about a year ago, clearly burned out—at one point he said he "hated" his job. However, he still was committed to finishing the 3DS game Mega Man Legends 3, whose cancellation set off a firestorm of anger this summer. Inafune threw more gasoline on the blaze when he suggested that Capcom…
No sadly, not the monkey man. A photo from Capcom's office Halloween hijinks (above) shows Mike Haggar on a monitor. The Final Fight character looks like he's in a stage from the forthcoming Marvel vs. Capcom 3. .
Another character enters the fray of Japanese arcade title Tatsunoko vs. Capcom. And it's a whopper! The newest fighter is Rock Volnutt (AKA Mega-Man Volnutt) from Mega-Man Legends game. He'll of course be joining the Capcom side, which currently has a roster that boasts: Ryu, Chun-Li, Morrigan and Alex from Street…