Mega Man 11 is a 2.5D side scrolling action platformer developed by Capcom.
As the eleventh game in the main Mega Man series and the first game in the series to launch in eight years, serves as a long awaited comeback for Capcom’s beloved franchise.
In his Twitter bio, Kazuhiro Tsuchiya reveals that he's "graduated" from Capcom. The producer was in charge of all things Mega Man.
The next major release is Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection in 2023, which collects all titles from the Game Boy Advance series.
The franchise may yet have a bright future.
Capcom’s resurgence is well and truly complete.
Good on Capcom for not pushing it on their paying customers anymore.
The comments almost sound like the game has not performed to expectations so far.
That’s all well and good, but can we just get Mega Man X9 already?
Capcom's iconic Blue Bomber is back in the limelight.
It’s a very humorous juxtaposition of two games on the opposite end of the pole.
Take a look at weapons, boss fights, slick traversal, and a lot more.
I assume this was meant to be an announcement during the Nintendo Direct...
However, Capcom says it's "actively and carefully monitoring" reactions from players.
The screenshots also shows another boss battle, as well the player character equipped with different gear.
Some decidedly not-mega news for EU Megafans.
Use slow-mo to avoid hits or overcharge the Buster for more damage.
Coming in 2018, we'll be getting ports of all eight Mega Man X titles and a new Mega Man.
Fans of the series, allow yourselves a moment to hope...