Articles tagged with: Mega Man
Keiji Inafune is stepping down from his job at Capcom, where he holds the position of Head of R&D Management Group and Consumer Games R&D Division and Contents Management Division. His departure will mark the end of an era that began in 1987, when Capcom hired the 22 year-old as an illustrator.
Customization is the name of the game in Mega Man Universe. Players will be able to build their very own Mega Man and stages from scratch.
Yesterday various websites inlcuding IGN, Gamespot, and 1UP each posted the first gameplay videos for Mega Man Universe.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Yesterday we were teased with a blog featuring Mega Man’s famous Mega Buster with the title “We’re Charging Up.” Today Capcom have revealed just exactly what they’re charging up for; Mega Man Universe.
According to Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune, “this game will break the mold and challenge the conventional wisdom of what a Mega Man game can be.”
Mega Man is on a bit of a roll lately. Nine and ten brought back the kind of old skool gaming that was common place twenty years ago – in a good way of course!
But what if that style of gameplay isn’t for you? Fear not – Capcom has something ‘rad’ in store.
Bass isn’t the only DLC coming to Mega Man 10 this year. Announced over at the Capcom Unity Blog, three Time Trial stages will be coming to the PSN title in April.
Each stage will require Mega Man to run through the special stage as quickly as possible and defeat the robot master located at the end who has been aptly deemed as one of the Mega Man Killers. Just exactly who are these Killers?
When Mega Man 9 was first revealed, the gaming community was left in shock due to the 8-bit design. After the game was released, it was clear that going old-school was more than just a gimmick. For the first time in years, fans were given one of the best entries in the Mega Man series.
Capitalizing on the success of Mega Man 9, Capcom has delivered another retro-styled Mega Man game. This time, the NES visuals and gameplay in Mega Man 10 are not as surprising as they were in 2008.
Has the nostalgia worn off or is Mega Man 10 a sequel that is truly worthwhile?
Dr. Wily’s most powerful robot joins Proto Man and Mega Man on their quest to save the world.
He’s more than a man. He’s Mega Man!
As we expected, Bass is a playable character in Mega Man 10. He will be available as downloadable content.
Capcom has announced that Mega Man 10 will be blasting its way onto the PSN in March. All of Mega Man’s special weapons have also been revealed.
The latest piece of retro art for Mega Man 10 features Dr. Light, Mega Man and Proto Man in all there robotic glory. It also features the hand belonging to one unannounced character. The folks over at Capcom-Unity have hinted that this is the third playable character who shall be formally announced tomorrow.
We’ve already known about the awkwardly named Sheep Man for awhile now but as for the other seven Robot Masters, we’ve been left in the dark.
Read no further if you wish to keep their names a secret until Mega Man 10 launches. But who would want to do that?
Fun fact: Metal baseballs to the face hurt, even if you are Mega Man.
Happy Birthday Mega Man! Today is the official 22nd birthday of the little Blue Bomber and Capcom celebrated it with a live broadcast with Inafune-san, the creator of Mega Man.
In addition, we have the debut trailer for Mega Man 10. It’s in Japanese but that doesn’t make it any less awesome…
The blue bomber is back! The latest issue of Famitsu has confirmed that the retro follow up to Mega Man 9 will be coming to the PlayStation Network!
September 22nd marks the one year anniversary of Mega Man 9. Capcom has informed us that they plan on doing something special to celebrate.
We all know that Sony and Capcom have a very loving symbiotic relationship. Sony gives them their own personal PlayStation Store space and in turn, Capcom loads it up with great games for us to download.
They have announced a slew of classic games heading to the PSN, with the starting with Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed which will be available tomorrow for a price of $19.99.