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This Friday, Capcom Unity continued their hands-on approach to looking back at 25 years of Mega Man with their Mega Man 10 live streamed playthrough. Robot Masters were beaten and prizes were handed out, but you can still catch all the action if you missed it. Could Grega Man overcome our devious challenges? Watch and find out!
Also, just in case you haven't been keeping track, part nine of Game Informer's Super Replay of Mega Man Legends 2, also featuring Grega Man, recently came out. Plenty more fun watching people getting paid to play video games!
Be sure to keep an eye our for the continuing episodes, which will air every Thursday and Sunday!
News Credit: Capcom Unity
Two is better than one. That's just science! So we're giving you a show with double the hosts and double the guests. While Heat Man and myself (Main Finger) fight for ultimate podcast host supremacy, returning guest Greg Moore and newcomer (both to the show and the company) Brett Elston must battle to the death to find out who is the biggest Mega Man fan at Capcom Unity.
After the standard interview, Heat Man decides to put Brett to the test with a pop quiz of mega proportions. We then talk about Heat's adventures at Tamashi Nation and his journey to get the comic version of the X figure along with other wacky Japan adventures that may or may not involve Maid Cafés. Speaking of Japan, we spend some time admiring the effort of Rockman fans building up a community and talk about Rockman Unity. To top it all off, we discuss the logistics of trollin'.
All this and more on our double Capcom employee infused, Mega quizzical podcast: Capcom vs. Capcom.
The Megacast is back at ya for another month! And this time we have an all new esteemed guest to speak to, Greg "Grega Man" Moore. He's the guy at Capcom Unity who toils endlessly to make sure your Mega Man Legends 3 dreams come true. But he managed to find a spot of time to come on and talk with us a bit, and regaled us with his wonderful adventure of joining Capcom and proving his Mega Man cred. He also stuck around while we got into a bit about Reaverbot appreciation. Unfortunately he couldn't stick around for the whole show; his body just couldn't take it yet, but maybe someday. Plus his Data Dance was giving us all motion sickness. The later half of the show is pretty much dominated by our Game Club segment, which covers Mega Man Legends this month. Yep, as you guessed this is a pretty much an entirely Legends themed show. Except for many the musical break, which is classic Mega Man medley by none other than Grega Man himself, from his life-in-the-fast-line high school band days. Bet you didn't know the guy was so talented. Incidentally, you can find the full track here. Enjoy the show!