The latest trailer for Mega Man 11 introduces Double Gear, a new ability that lets the Blue Bomber slow down time as well as overcharge his Mega Buster. It also showcases new stages and two new bosses, Fuse Man and Block Man. The game drops 10/2/18.
Mega Man turns 30 in 2018. What better way to celebrate than with a whole new game? Coming in late 2018 for the Switch, PS 4, Xbox One, and Windows, Mega Man 11 has all the trappings of the series. Memorize patterns. Acquire powers. Jump and shoot.
If you thought it was difficult to get all the way through a single Mega Man game, you’ll be even more impressed by Aura Puffs’ ability – to complete both Mega Man X and Mega Man X2 at the same time – with a single controller.
REACT introduced a bunch of helpless kids to the unforgiving NES platformer. “I am Mega Man though… how do you earn that title if every little thing hurts you?” Not with in-app purchases, that’s for sure. Oh Snap Man and Burn Man!
Have a very Mega Christmas with ThinkGeek’s officially licensed Mega Buster replica. It fits on either your left or right hand and has two different light and sound effect sets, one for a normal shot and one for a charged shot.
There’s a lot we don’t know about this clip. Why are four men playing Super Smash Bros. on one guy’s bed? Why are they as giddy as school girls when Mega Man comes on screen? Why are we laughing uncontrollably? (Thanks Terrence!)