Artist TJ Townsend created a visually stunning high-def version of the SNES classic Mega Man X.
New in First 4 Figures’ world of pricy collectible toys is this Mega Man X Zero statue. At 17 inches high, it comes in the usual flavors of Standard (two weapons) and Exclusive (two weapons plus LEDs embedded in the base and Zero), priced at $260 and $300. The statue can be pre-ordered here and here.
Beating either Mega Man X or Mega Man X 2 is a satisfying feat. Beating them both at once is pretty amazing. Beating them both at once using the same game pad? Well that’s just nuts.
Shmuplations might sound like a website designed solely for hardcore shoot ‘em up fans, but it’s actually an incredible repository of old, translated interviews with Japanese game designers.
If you think you've heard Mega Man music covered in every possible way, let me point you to this rendition of Spark Mandrill's theme from Mega Man X performed by eight floppy drives.
Back is September, First 4 Figures revealed the first in their new line of Mega Man statues. It was nice, if a bit too Astro Boy for my tastes. Now the company unveils its first Mega Man X statue. That's more like it.
Mega Man fans might not be getting the games they want, but toys? They're good on toys. Just look at this gorgeous thing.
Come for the zombies, stay for the robot boy dress-up party. Capcom's Dead Rising 3 once again lets its protagonist don fabled armor from the fan-favorite franchise, gifting a Mega Man X costume to any brave soul who completes the game. The Mega Buster, on the other hand, (ha!) takes some work.
A video game's opening stage or starter zone has an extremely important role: it sets the tone for the rest of the game. Getting it right is essential. Below, we've collected some of the best-looking and most iconic starting zones, first stages and opening missions.
Presented to you by Rooster Teeth, this fanimation by Shane Newville sheds some new light on what's really going on behind Mega Man's pixelated veil. Yeah, it turns out the little guy hasn't just been running, jumping and shooting in a straight line all these years. His real job is a lot harder than that.
When a reader passed this along and said it was a "fucking abomination", I thought, well, those are awfully strong words. A Mega Man game on the iPhone can't be that bad, can it?
In a Nintendo Download populated by baby simulations, demos, and piano tutors, only one ancient robot has the power to make this week's downloadable Nintendo games not completely suck.