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Posted by: GregaMan on Nov 3, 2015 at 03:20:50 PM

If you’re looking forward to the gorgeous remastering of Resident Evil 0 due out early next year, you are probably also aware that we are coming out with Resident Evil Origins Collection, which collects that game along with this year’s remastering of Resident Evil in one slick, disc-based package for PS4 or Xbox One.

The package is perfect for folks who want a physical disc and a case on their shelf, and will only run you $39.99 when it releases beginning January 19th. 

What you may not have known is that you can preorder Origins Collection right now (we’ll have more information on the digital version of RE0 coming soon), and doing so will give you access to a delightful pair of bonus costumes for Rebecca and Billy in RE0. Hit the jump to see!



Posted by: GregaMan on Sep 14, 2015 at 11:04:25 AM

One of the coolest features about the new Mega Man Legacy Collection is its Challenge Mode, which stitches together various areas and moments from throughout the six classic games and weaves them into new, fast-paced challenges that players can play again and again to improve their times and best their friends’ times.

The Challenge Mode will have something a little special for Nintendo 3DS™ owners when the Nintendo 3DS version of the collection drops early next year. Read on to see!

The Nintendo 3DS version of MMLC will include not one, not two, but ten additional challenges designed by you, the players. These challenges will be unlockable using the Mega Man amiibo™, which is available in stores now. Yep, that’s right—the Nintendo 3DS version of MMLC

Posted by: GregaMan on Aug 31, 2015 at 10:44:33 AM

Number: DWN-048

Weapon: Yamato Spear

Weakness: Silver Tomahawk

His light armor makes him especially mobile. He uses a spear to attack, but it’s pretty dumb how he has to go retrieve it.

It was only a matter of time before this Japanese series about robots engaged in deadly battle gave us a robot samurai, but who would've thought they'd wait until the end of the series' NES run?

Yamato Man can be quite intimidating at first glance due to his imposing, armored stature and adept use of his giant, head-launching spear, but the illusion is somewhat dampened by the fact that he must manually retrieve his spearheads after launching them, like an inept putt-putt golfer caught in an endless cycle of repositioning and whiffing.

Use Tomahawk Man's weapon to send Yamato

Posted by: GregaMan on Aug 28, 2015 at 03:20:24 PM

Number: DWN-047

Weapon: Wind Storm

Weakness: Centaur Flash

A wind-controlling robot with abilities similar to those of Air Man. Get away from his propeller attacks and dodge with straight, vertical jumps.

Wind Man and Air Man would be kindred spirits, were they not soulless robots. Both have industrial-grade fans embedded in their bodies, both have stages located precariously among the clouds, and both are big jerks.

One key difference here, though: Wind Man commands an army of killer pandas. And by “an army,” I mean “a few.”

Wind Man will use his shoulder-mounted jet turbines to generate winds up to 200mph, which can pull Mega Man in for contact damage. He can also launch spinning propellers at Mega Man in a dual-wave pattern that can be

Posted by: GregaMan on Aug 27, 2015 at 12:12:57 PM

Number: DWN-046

Weapon: Silver Tomahawk

Weakness: Plant Barrier

A robot developed for combat. His Silver Tomahawk's dead angle is covered with a jump attack, but you can slide under him when he does it.

I’ve got a lot of respect for Tomahawk Man. He’s stern, imposing, stylish as a boss (and he is a boss), and despite being created solely to compete a high-tech robot fighting tournament, he relies only on a trusty Tomahawk and some feathers.

It’s as though he is deliberately eschewing the reliance on technology so common throughout the Mega Man universe. Fitting, then, perhaps, that his one weakness is the power of nature itself, found in the form of Plant Man’s Plant Barrier. But using this effectively will require you to get up close and

Posted by: GregaMan on Aug 26, 2015 at 03:42:00 PM

Number: DWN-045

Weapon: Plant Barrier

Weakness: Blizzard Attack

Once a mascot for a botanical garden. He doesn’t have many ways of attacking, so he should be easy to beat.

Plant Man is a robot masquerading as a plant, masquerading as a man. Or vice versa. And as a plant-themed Robot Master, Plant Man pays due homage to Wood Man of Mega Man 2. You’ll notice a number of reminiscent elements in Plant Man’s stage, from its tree-laden backdrop to the perhaps out-of-place ape adversaries.

And indeed, like Wood Man before him, Plant Man wields a shield weapon which he can generate around his body and then launch at Mega Man as a projectile. Simply jump over the launched Plant Barrier and retaliate with gunfire to turn Plant Man into mulch. You can use

Posted by: GregaMan on Aug 25, 2015 at 11:06:00 AM

Number: DWN-044

Weapon: Knight Crusher

Weakness: Yamato Spear

Designed with a medieval knight motif. His strong shield can block most attacks. Only the weapon that plays on his weakness can pierce it!

Happy launch day!

Knight Man, true to his name, is a chivalrous knight-bot who fights with a spiked flail. He also has a mohawk. 

There’s something so expressive to me about Knight Man’s valiant jumping sprite. You can’t help but feel like he’s fighting by some noble code. Were it not for a slight twist of fate, we might have been allies, Knight Man.  

Use Yamato Man’s spear to run Knight Man through and steal his flail.

David Oxford (The Mega Man Network)
Knight Man's design -- and his weapon -- are very striking. What's

Posted by: GregaMan on Aug 24, 2015 at 12:01:00 PM

Number: DWN-043

Weapon: Flame Blast

Weakness: Wind Storm

An old-fashioned robot that generates heat energy. If you try to dodge the flame pillars by watching for them, it will already be too late. Try to memorize the timing.

Like Fire Man and Heat Man before him, Flame Man harnesses the power of flame for evil, thanks to the meddlesome reprograming of Dr….um, “Mr. X.” Flame Man also bears the distinction of being the only Robot Master with a mustache. Such style!

Flame Man will use his arm-mounted flamethrower to shoot straight flame projectiles, and can also raise deadly columns of flame from the floor that are so evenly spaced apart, they could only be the work of an obsessed psychotic. Put out those flames and put Flame Man out of his misery

Posted by: GregaMan on Aug 21, 2015 at 11:37:30 AM

Last month, we began an Art Contest wherein we challenged you to submit your best reimaginings of the box art for Mega Man 1-6 in commemoration of the imminently launching Mega Man Legacy Collection. Y'all were all too eager to deliver, making this contest a true joy--and challenge--to judge. Nevertheless, we have emerged with our six winners, whom you can confirm after the jump!!


Submitted by: KaitlinEXE

Comment from MMLC Producer Rey Jimenez:
"I really love this one. It fits very well with the established Mega Man art style. Also, having the Robot Masters interact with the white bars and go in front of them is a really nice touch. Gives the whole piece depth."



Posted by: GregaMan on Aug 21, 2015 at 10:15:00 AM

Number: DWN-042

Weapon: Centaur Flash

Weakness: Knight Crusher

A robot based on the mythical creature. Try to fight him from the center of the arena as much as possible. If you stand to the sides, you’ll be hit by his spread shot.

Centaur Man! Centaur Man bears the noble distinction of being the only quadrupedal Robot Master evah. Yes, as the name indicates, Centaur Man is half centaur, half man, which I believe makes him three quarters man, one quarter horse. Actually, in the Rockman 6 manga, Centaur Man is revealed to be a woman. Not the point!

As told in myth of yore, Centaur Man bears the formidable power to distort space and time, and wields an arm cannon that shoots scattering, ricocheting blasts. Centaur Man’s quadruped design grants a notable

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