Ripot's Round-Up - 4/10/15 - Awesome Video Edition

Ripot's Round-Up - 4/10/15 - Awesome Video Edition

Wow, it's almost as though someone tilted the week and most of the news slid down towards the end! Lucas Gilbertson reprises Zero, Mega Man 3 gets an intro, a Jump'N'Shoot Attack review, and a few Mighty No. 9 voices in action.

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AWD's E-Heroes Looks Back at Mega Man and Forward to Mighty No. 9

AWD's E-Heroes Looks Back at Mega Man and Forward to Mighty No. 9

As the introduction to his new "E-Heroes" video game retrospective series, longtime TMMN friend-of-the-site Andrew "Don't Ask About the 'W'" Dickman has recently posted a fun look back at how he first became involved with the Blue Bomber. Plus, in light of recent events, he gives his thoughts on Keiji Inafune's latest pet project, Mighty No. 9.

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30 Years of Capcom: A Visual Retrospective

For Capcom's 30th anniversary, NostalgicGamer86 has put together a "visual retrospective" of many of the games which the company has developed, published, distributed, and manufactured over its three-decade history. Naturally, it wouldn't be complete without Mega Man, and numerous titles (including some unexpected ones) are sprinkled throughout this 19-minute video.

This is only the first of a series, however, as NostalgicGamer86's next video will take a look at what the fans have brought to the Capcom experience over the years as well. We'll bring that your way when the time comes.

Watch X Kick Ass and Take Names in this Fan Movie

Those who think X was getting a little too "wussy" in his later games may want to take a look at this. In honor of Mega Man's 25th anniversary, Shane Newville brings us this amazingly made short animation of the Maverick Hunter getting down to business and rescuing his friend Zero. With how much X ordinarily shoots at things from afar, I bet you never expected he was a black belt in trashing punks!

Thanks to Mugen Wing (and everyone else!) for the tip!

Keep Warm with this Legends Musical Bit

Here's another delightful song piece from Dashe, which ought to please all Legends fans alike; especially you Volnutt and Tron shippers (which is vocabulary I never thought I'd use). Will Volnutt stay or will he leave? What do I even mean? Watch to the end to see...

If you like you can grab the song here. Thanks for the holiday and New Year wishes, Dashe!

Let’s Play Mega Man Legends: Great Adventure on the Five Islands! Part 1-5

From out of the shadows, it strikes! The fifth part of Get Me Off the Moon's fan dub of the Japan-only cell phone-exclusive Rockman DASH title, Great Adventure on the Five Islands, is now upon us:

Just two more parts to go! What will happen next? Stay tuned! ...or just read the script, if you're that impatient.

Let’s Play Mega Man Legends: Great Adventure on the Five Islands! Part 1-4

Get Me Off The Moon is really rolling now! Here's the fourth part of the first chapter from the Great Adventure on the Five Islands fan-dubbing project!

And check back tomorrow, when we'll have the full translated script of Chapter 3 available for your enjoyment!

Let’s Play Mega Man Legends: Great Adventure on the Five Islands! Part 1-3

Get Me Off The Moon continues their work on dubbing the Japan-only cellphone-exclusive episodic Rockman DASH action-adventure spectacular, Great Adventure on the Five Islands. Here is the latest upload to YouTube, part three of seven from the first chapter:

And stay tuned, as we will soon have the translated transcript of Chapter 3 here soon! In the meantime, you can check out the full script for Chapters 1 and 2 in the link above.

Let's Play Mega Man Legends: Great Adventure on the Five Islands! Part 1-2

Following our update from yesterday, the fine folks over at Get Me Off The Moon have posted the second part of their fan dub for the first part of Rockman DASH: Great Adventure on the Five Islands. Check it out, as Servbots join the fray!

We'll continue to bring you the following chapters as they come.

Let's Play Mega Man Legends: Great Adventure on the Five Islands!

If Capcom won't deliver on more Mega Man Legends, then at least its fans will, right? That's the apparent spirit behind our recent script translation for the Japan-only cell phone-exclusive game Rockman DASH: Great Adventure on the Five Islands, as well as the video dub we mentioned mere days ago.

And now, the fruits of the first part of that labor is now available to enjoy, thanks to the translation efforts of Heat Man and Amunshen, as well as the voice acting talents of Dashe, Hope, Jes, and Score, who play MegaMan, Roll, Tron, and Teisel, respectively. Check it out:

Thanks to Get Me Off The Moon for providing this new video!