Why do people still care about Mega Man? Capcom’s diminutive action hero hasn’t had a brand-new game since 2010's Mega Man 10. But the fans refuse to give up, crafting their own games to keep the spirit of the beloved series alive even as Capcom mostly lets it sit on the shelf.
Who needs a new Mega Man game when there is a life-sized Mega Man you can hold while wondering what the heck Capcom is up to?
Street Fighter’s awesome tile-matching spin-off is getting a sequel, and everybody’s invited. Capcom’s announced an all-new Puzzle Fighter game coming to Android and iOS devices later this year.
In the gallery of the newly-released Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, under the Mega Man 8 heading, is a piece of concept art that doesn’t look like it belongs.
A second collection of Mega Man games is out today, this time including Mega Men 7 through 10. Publisher Capcom skipped Nintendo this time around, releasing the new collection on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, much to the dismay of portable game lovers everywhere.
There’s a trailer out for a fan project called Mega Maker that aims to do what Nintendo’s Super Mario Maker did for Capcom’s little blue bomber. It’s aimed for release on July 15, if it somehow doesn’t get shutdown before then.
Capcom is putting out a second collection of Mega Man games, this time including Mega Man 7, Mega Man 8, Mega Man 9, and Mega Man 10. It’s coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC on August 8. No word on a 3DS or Switch release, sadly.
Only 90s kids will remember Mega Man’s nightmarish mascot visage.
Stoosh’s Mega Man outfit here cost around $50 and is made mostly from EVA Foam. It is also the best Mega Man cosplay I have ever seen.
On the second day of Toy Fair 2017 my schedule gave to me a whole lot more time to shoot lovely pictures, plus appointments with Hasbro, McFarlane Toys and Playmobile. This one’s got everything from Breath of the Wild Link to tiny Dark Souls board game pieces.
I don’t imagine that actually being trapped between dimensions would be super fun if it, you know, happened to you, but it sure looks cool. Case in point: Mega Man 2.5D.
Mega Man fans are sad, this we know. But I had no idea that Mega Man himself was “imbued with sadness” by his creator.
More than 40 artists from around the world come together for Back to Bits, a curated art project exploring video game history via a series of gorgeous animated GIFs. You’ll probably want to save them all.
Mario, Vault Boy and Mega Man have teamed up to kick off Pixel Pals, a new line of pixel art figures from peripheral maker PDP. They are obscenely collectible.
After the success of Mega Man 2 in 1988, Akira Kitamura, creator of the character and director of the first two games in the series, left Capcom. This is the story of the struggles the team he left behind had in carrying on without him.