Get a closer look at the bust statue included in Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection's Limited Edition


There are multiple bundle options for Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection in Japan, including the Limited Edition. One goody you'll find in that bundle is a bust of Zero/ZX, and Capcom has shared an up-close-and-personal look at the unique item. Again, this Limited Edition is only going to be available in Japan, so if you want to grab this bust and everything else with it, you'll have to import.

Capcom's cover art curse continues with "Megan Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection" typo

We need you, Megan Man!

For better or for worse, Capcom is the king of cover art mistakes. They've had numerous covers where their game's names were misspelled, or their own name was screwed up. They've even had a game with an accidental IGN logo thrown into the background. Today that tradition continues with the upcoming Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection.

As you can see in the image above, Capcom accidentally added in an 'N' at the end of Mega, turning Mega Man into Megan Man. Let's hope they managed to get this one fixed up before the game actually launches.

Check out new pics of the upcoming GCC DX Mega Man VS. Bass statue

A battle for the ages

Capcom has yet another Mega Man figurine on the way, this time collaborating with Megahouse. The companies revealed their GCC DX ‘Mega Man VS Bass’ statue awhile ago, but now we have some new pictures of the prototype. The figurine features both Mega Man and Bass fighting each other on the severed head of Gospel. Details on release date and pricing are yet to be confirmed.

Check out unboxing pics/footage for the Mega Man/Mega Man X 5-in-1 box set

Definitely worth an import

The Mega Man/Mega Man X 5-in-1 box set is now available in Japan, and it's an absolutely beast of a box. If you're eager to get another look at what's packed inside, check out the video above, as well as the pics below.

Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection available to preload in Japan, more trailers released

A Mega collection up for grabs

The Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection launches in Japan on Feb. 27th, 2020, and Capcom has put the collection up for preload on the Switch eShop in Japan today. The game is priced at ¥3,990, and supports Japanese, English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese. The game takes up 3.1 GB of space. Check out the Japanese announcement and intro videos below.

Dragalia Lost - content update for December 13, 2019

- new Quests have been added to the Mega Man: Chaos Protocol event: Brainwashed Midgardsormr: Superhero, Brainwashed Zodiark: Superhero, Brainwashed Mercury: Superhero, Brainwashed Brunhilda: Superhero, Brainwashed Jupiter: Superhero (available until December 16)
- chapter 183 of the official Dragalia Lost 4-koma manga, Dragalia Life, is now available: Two Little Starfalls

Monika Toys working on Metal Man and Air Man statues

Metal Man 2 fans, rejoice!

Toy manufacturer had their upcoming line of toys on display at the Singapore Comic Con, and included among the items are brand-new Metal Man and Air Man statues. Check out details on those items below.

- slated for Q1 2020
- around $100 each
- made of resin
- measure approximately 25 cm tall (9.84 inches)
- Monika Toys only has the license to sell these statues in Asia, so you'll have to import

Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection 'Red Hero' trailer

Enjoy six action-packed entries in the Mega Man series with Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection. The collection features two series of games alongside a host of new features for both long-time fans and brand new players. All four Mega Man Zero games, Mega Man ZX and Mega Man ZX Advent bring their blend of high-octane action and precise platforming for the first time.

Original mini games join brand new art by Keisuke Mizuno in Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection

Get ready for mini-game action

The Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection just keeps getting bigger and better. The latest blog over on Capcom's site confirms the addition of a host of mini-games, as well as some new artwork. Check out the details below!

Alongside all six adventures (and other bonus content) included in Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection, you’ll also be getting some fun additions – mini games from the original Zero and ZX releases! We also have some updates on a brand new illustration created by Keisuke Mizuno, artist for the Mega Man X series – so read on for a sneak peek!


There are over 20 mini games included in Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection, each bringing their own unique challenge for you to tackle. Taking control of one of each game’s heroes, or even characters you can’t normally use, you’ll be tasked with a wide variety of challenges – some of which are very different from regular gameplay! Here’s a sample of what to expect:


Copy X

As Copy X, you’ll be using thunder, fire, and ice elements in a pseudo-puzzle game. Use Copy X’s element-based shots to destroy panels on a conveyor belt. Seems simple enough, but you’ll have to remember which element is weak to which and change elements on the fly.

Hidden Phantom

The most elusive of Neo Arcadia’s Four Guardians steps out of the shadows for this one. You’ll need to make some nimble jumps from one shuriken to the next to reach your goal. The shuriken move, so watch where they are and make each leap count!


“Elf Chase”

This game is particularly unique. Armed with only a lamp light, you’ll need to maneuver a Scrap Elf (an enemy from Zero 4) into a beam of light on the other side of the stage. It seems simple enough, but you’d be surprised how slippery your target can be! You’re under a strict time limit, so take care in how you move through the stage.

“Lava Surf”

In this challenging mini game, you’ll have to hot foot it across three separate platforms and put out rising flames. While you’ll earn bonus points for putting out fires before reaching the top, you can also lose time if you don’t keep your cool – literally! Avoid the flames and the lava below, and go for a high score.


“Energy Converter”

This mini-game makes an appearance in the Area C-2 game room after you’ve completed the game. While it looks deceptively simple and can be a bit daunting at first, you’ll need to pair the falling jewels with a matching color beneath them. Give it a few rounds and you’ll be smashing jewels and enemies in no time!


“Quiz Advent”

Think you know everything there is to know about ZX Advent? This quiz will challenge how well you know the characters with three quiz types: the Zoom quiz, the Silhouette quiz, and the Gap quiz.


You may have seen a preview of this incredible artwork by Keisuke Mizuno already, but in case you missed it, here’s a sketch featuring Zero as he’s seen in the Mega Man X games crossing over with Zero in the Mega Man Zero games:

And don’t forget – pre-orders and pre-purchases (at participating retailers) will include the Reploid Remixes DLC, a selection of six remixed tunes that can optionally replace in-game tracks as well as four additional bonus tracks for the in-game music player.

With all this added content on top of the art gallery, music player, Z Chaser and of course all six games, we hope you’re looking forward to Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection when it releases on February 25th, 2020!

Check out gameplay of the Dragalia Lost 'Mega Man: Chaos Protocol' event

Dragalia Man

The unexpected Dragalia Lost X Mega Man crossover event has officially begun. Check out some footage of Mega Man: Chaos Protocol in the gameplay video above. The event lasts until December 15th, 2019 at 9:59PM (PT).


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