Capcom has announced via its latest financial earnings report that the Mega Man franchise has achieved over 38 million units sold worldwide. It’s terrific to see this series grow further, and we’ll undoubtedly notice that number climb next year with the recently confirmed Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection.
Thanks to Mega Man fansite Rockman Corner for sharing this significant development.
The latest noteworthy release in the Mega Man franchise, aside from the relatively contentious Mega Man X DiVE, is Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection, currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.
Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection brings the Zero and ZX series’ challenging boss battles, fast-paced platforming, and precise combat from hand-held to full-sized screens. Those that want to take a trip down memory lane can choose to play using the original sprite art, or they can bash some bots using the new optional HD-smoothing filters.
Players wanting to go on a more chill, less intense playthrough of the Zero and ZX series’ stories have the option to use the optional Casual Scenario mode to reduce each game’s difficulty, and Save-Assist system to create save points mid-mission.
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