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- Jul 19, 2008
Mega Man 9 is shown off on GameSpot's E3 2008 stage show.
I sense a serious conflicting of ideas. You can customize and upgrade megaman, but you can't even slide or charge your buster. Hmmmm...
this is TIGHT!!! i still have my NES and i still got Megaman 1-6 for it. its about time sumone had this great idea!!! THANK YOU CAPCOM!!!
nice, i recently played mega man 2 and i swear the sound did it in for me, this game better have a kickin' soundtrack. i was hoping for a showcase of that in this, but i guess i'll just have to wait to find out.
dude this is cool as hell!!! i just wander if this one will link the regular with x? does zero get created after you beat it? and since you cant get the power shot, what are the power ups?
vesko37vesko, this doesn't look like a 1996 game, but a late eighties one. in 96 you already had 32 bit consoles like the playstation and the saturn. this megaman traces back to the original nes ones, and it's looking really nice to me. Nowadays you can use this graphics as artistic choice rather than hardware limitation.