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Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 & 2 comes to Switch on May 22nd

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whoops lol. I am so pumped for this game, I love how there's now the ability to rewind, I ragequit megaman so many times on my 3DS xD

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3 minutes ago, Buzz said:

whoops lol. I am so pumped for this game, I love how there's now the ability to rewind, I ragequit megaman so many times on my 3DS xD

xD also did you hear? if you have a Mega Man Amiibo you can unlock 6 fanmade stages that are exclusive to this edition

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11 minutes ago, Diego7000 said:

xD also did you hear? if you have a Mega Man Amiibo you can unlock 6 fanmade stages that are exclusive to this edition

oh snap! really? in that case...

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xD^_^ I think others have the same idea, I can't remember the mega man amiibo being this expensive!

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2 minutes ago, Buzz said:

oh snap! really? in that case...

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xD^_^ I think others have the same idea, I can't remember the mega man amiibo being this expensive!

I got that from this article also here is the exact quote "Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 includes Mega Man 7 through 10 from the Super Nintendo era, with 16- and 32- bit iterations of the action-platformer. Mega Man 9 and 10, both 8-bit retro throwbacks, will include all previously released DLC. The second collection also has a ton of art music, and challenges for each included title, and you'll be able to get more challenges via any Mega Man Amiibo."

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Tis always good to have more mega man, hope its reasonably priced since Im pretty sure its a rip of an emulator and the roms with some front end gui to make it look unique.

Nothing wrong with that but it can't have cost them much to do or required much effort to make but hey if this is good sales of these classics convinces Capcom to start going back to basics and making new/ old games i.e. metroid , mega man then count me in!

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