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Hey there, it's been a little while, so how about a chance to win something cool? We've got three of Capcom's 25th anniversary Mega Buster styled USB thumb drives to give away! Each has a capacity of 8GB, and comes equipped the latest version of Street Fighter X Mega Man, the game's soundtrack and promotional wallpaper, and digital copies of UDON's Mega Man Tribute, Mega Man X Official Complete Works, and Archie's Mega Man comic issues #1-4. Woah!
Now I'm guessing you probably want to know how to win. It's simple! Just reply to this post with the following: what Mega Man game would you want to see remade, and how would you want to see it remade? Let us know in as much detail as you can muster! Three winners will be chosen randomly after the deadline from these comments. Please be sure to comment with your legitimate e-mail so we can reach you!
The deadline to enter this giveaway is Sunday, May 26th, at midnight PST. Please only one entry/comment per person! Thank you, and good luck!
Need some mass storage to go with your soon to be released Mega Man Ultrabook? Well, Capcom has you covered with the new Mega Man USB drive. For $19.95 you'll get all of the following:
- 8GB Mega Buster USB stick
- Mega Man #1~4 (Digital Comic Book)
- Mega Man Tribute Art Book (Digital)
- Mega Man X Complete Works (Digital)
- Street Fighter X Mega Man soundtrack (via A_Rival)
- SFxMM Wallpapers (Originally posted on Unity)
- Quick link to SFxMM game (in case you somehow don't have it)
Head on over to Capcom Unity for ordering information!
R20: Rockman & Rockman X Official Complete Works (released in the west by UDON as separate volumes) is easily one of the best and most definitive art books for the Mega Man series. And in honor of Mega Man's 25th anniversary, it's going to get republished with additional content as "R20: Revised Edition" (currently a tentative name).
To bolster the book's contents, manga artists Hitoshi Ariga and Yoshihiro Iwamoto will be submitting special illustrations just for the book. Other additions are being planned, but will come to light at a later date. I'd wager that Mega Man 9 and 10's contents would likely be added, since they came out after the original "R20" was published.
Additionally, a major Q&A for all Mega Man series artists is being prepped (which even includes Xover), and they want fans to contribute their questions. If you use Twitter, you can submit your questions with the hashtag "#R20増補" for consideration. You can submit as many as you like, but certainly not all of them can be addressed (and I doubt all your "why is Capcom killing Mega Man?" questions will be). The deadline for questions is October 11th at 1PM, Japan time.
With as awesome as the original R20 was, I can only hope they'll add plenty more!
News Credit: Rockman Unity