Earlier today, Capcom announced a new Mega Man game. Usually if Capcom announces a new Mega Man game, I'd do a proper post. But no, not for this game. It's not a proper Mega Man game.
Mega Man Universe was supposed to be out this year on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. It won't be. Capcom, the game's developer, is shutting the title down and ceasing development. Mega Man Universe has been canned.
Capcom spent the week and a half following Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune's resignation from the Japanese developer reassigning producers to his games and reorganizing the company, Capcom told Kotaku today.
Because it is a Mega Man game, the upcoming Mega Man Universe will be tough. In New York, yesterday, a Capcom employee was willing to try only an "easy" level for our camera. His fear of failure is understandable.
The newest Mega Man game doesn't just limit itself to Mega Man. It's his universe. But does Mega Man Universe have universal appeal?
It's a little less Dr. Light and a little more Dr. Frankenstein in Mega Man Universe, where you'll choose from a wide variety of pre-made parts to create your own personal Something-Man.
Click to viewMega Man Universe, which will be making an appearance at this weekend's PAX, looks pretty great.
The creator of Mega Man, Keiji Inafune, and producer on the recently announced Mega Man Universe, Akiko Ito, explained—as best as they could—just what the hell this mysterious game is today at Comic-Con.
Click to viewMega Man Universe will bring an artful new look and homages to other Capcom classics when it hits the Playstation store and Xbox Live.
A trademark application filed last week by Capcom for Mega Man Universe could indicate big things in store for everyone's favorite blue bomber.