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Keiji Inafune's got some things to say, and the folks at PAX will be streaming it live. The presentation begins at 4:30 PM Pacific time, 7:30 PM Eastern (and 8:30 AM here in Japan). While Inafune is no longer with Capcom, he is bound to have some interesting stuff to say in regards to his past work and Mega Man. And who knows... he may also have news that readers here could find interesting as well. The only way to know for sure is to watch the stream!
Since the embed autoplays, hit the cut to join in on the action.
Last week, Capcom Unity continued their tradition of monthly Mega Man streams with Mega Man V for Game Boy. Unfortunately, the stream didn't work out well due to technical issues. But Mega Man V is one of the most unique entries into the series, and we think it's story still needs to be told. So teaming up with Press Start and mugenmidget, we give you our own Mega Man V live stream! It features amazing things such as:
-No giveaway prizes or trivia challenges -Less interesting game commentary -Awkward delay in commentary due to Skyping across the world
Also, the stream started off with some echoing issues; if it really bugs you, you can skip to 13:30 where it works out. Nevertheless, Dan played a good game and did manage to complete the challenges originally given to Brelston! We hope you enjoy; Mega Man V is definitely a game worth revisiting! Many thanks to Press and mugen!
Since last year, Inti Creates' Ippo Yamada has been organizing live performances called Live Communitcated Rockman where he and other artists setup and perform Mega Man music from games developed by Inti Creates, especially Mega Man Zero. To catch the act, you'd either need to be in attendance or watch live over LCR's Stickam account. However, LCR has recently added a replay on Stickam from their event in Akihabara earlier this year. I haven't watched it all, but the show picks up after a few minutes of strange 2001-esque sound canvasing. There handful of songs I heard were Mega Man Zero related, including some work from the recently release Resonnant Vie album. Hitoshi Ariga apparently also participates at some point as "Tambourine Man," indicating the manga artist still has more musical talent than I do.
I'd toss in an embed, but Stickam's player has a habit of starting automatically which I'm certain will get irritating. So just head over to the account to have a listen.
Thanks to Rocky Miyabi for the tip!