Johnny Vs. Mega Man 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, & Bass

Johnny Vs. Mega Man 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, & Bass

Well, there are no two ways about it: We've fallen a bit behind since Johnny took on Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3, and Mega Man: The Wily Wars. As it so happens, he just finished up his month-long Mega Man marathon with the one-two punch of Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10, so here's everything he's done since the last time we posted, in case you weren't keeping up.

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Johnny Vs. Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3, and The Wily Wars

You might recall a couple of weeks ago when we posted the first episode of the "Johnny Vs. Mega Man" marathon of reviews. This time out, he's joined by rival ClementJ642, who apparently has a good Let's Play channel where he's gone through the series before.

We hadn't planned to update about these with any great regularity, but after watching "Johnny Vs. Mega Man 3 & The Wily Wars" above, we figured we'd go ahead and share it (mainly after the Rush Jet part). Bear in mind, there is Not Safe For Work language, so only watch when your boss or mother aren't around.

And as long as we've posted the first and the third, we figured we might as well post the second, too, in case you're interested but haven't been following Johnny's channel since the first one:

Mega Man YouTube Three-Pack

After a long, busy Otakon weekend, we've been doing some catching up on our YouTube subscriptions, and came across a few videos we thought might be of interest or worth a look for different reasons, and we're slotting them all in here together for everyone's convenience. Do note that some of these videos contain NSFW language.

First up is an edition of ScrewAttack's "The Armory," wherein they pay tribute to the franchise's weapon of choice, the Mega Buster... and X Buster. We love the guys at ScrewAttack, but can't help but notice this vid seems a little scrambled with errors; rather than point them out ourselves, we'll just let you guys handle that in the comments below.

Hey, remember when ScrewAttack pit Dr. Wily against Dr. Eggman in a Death Battle? And how they then became best buds in "Worlds Collide"? Well, if you're not tired of seeing the two together yet, Machinima decided they wanted in on the action and produced their own take on the two geniuses meeting in a "Boss Battle Throwdown."

And in case you didn't care for the first turnout, here's how it might have gone the other way. This one gets a bit bloody, though.

Last but not least, we have Johnny vs. Mega Man, wherein Johnny has begun his "Mega Man Marathon"-- a month of video updates in which he will be looking at installments from the Classic series to see how well he thinks they hold up today, just as he has done with numerous titles from Sonic the Hedgehog, The Legend of Zelda, and more in the past. This first edition looks at the very first NES title, as well as the PlayStation Portable remake Mega Man Powered Up.

Machinima Release Teaser for "Mega Man Dies at the End" Finale

Warning: One NSFW word spoken in the above video.

Last we heard, things weren't looking good for Machinima's sprite-based cartoon series "Mega Man Dies at the End." The plug appeared to have been pulled before the series could reach its proper closure, but that particular problem appears to have been resolved as there will be two new episodes leading up to an eight-minute "Mega Finale."

So while the show may not have been as popular as stablemate "Sonic for Hire," at least those who did enjoy it will get to see it through to a proper end. And let's face it: After all the games which have ended on cliffhangers, it's nice to have someone see a story through to the end, even if it's a fan video.

Plus, there's no way we're turning down a chance to see Mega Man and Guts Man singing the Ghostbusters theme song while driving in the Ecto-1.

Mega Man Dies At The End Season 2 Premieres with 'Lights Out'

Wow, it feels like only two months ago when Machinma series "Mega Man Dies at the End" wrapped up its first season...

...wait, it was only two months ago! Nearly to the day, at that!

Anyway, the last season ended (spoilers) with Mega Man apparently dying before being found by rats and eventually having his bloody (oily, take your pick) corpse found by rats and eventually dragged away. Now you can find out what really happened, and see how this new arc gets rolling. Just be aware that, as usual, the video contains Not Safe For Work language.

Finally, not that I didn't like Dr. Wily anyway, but having Ecto Coolers as part of his plan raises his stock several points in my book.