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Original Mega Man Hits Wii Virtual Console This Week


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311w ago - Old-school fans of the Blue Bomber are in for a special treat come this week, as Capcom associate producer David Crislip announced that Mega Man will hit the Wii Virtual Console on August 4.

Yes, the 1987 original that started it all.

Additionally, Crislip confirmed that the retro-styled Mega Man 9 will debut in September, along with a re-release of NES classic Mega Man 2, which is often heralded by many as the finest installment in the series.

To quote: To prepare all you Mega Man fans for the release of Mega Man 9 in September, we're going to offer you the opportunity to play the game that started it all. The orginal Mega Man game returns on the Virtual Console this Monday, August 4, 2008. Yes, that's right. Brush up on your old school skills and prepare for some cool contests we have in store. We also plan to re-release Mega Man 2 in early September as well.

David Crislip, one of our talented Assitant Producers and the person in charge of Virtual Console content, prepared this blog for all you Mega Man fans and will be making regular appearances here on Unity to give you updates on titles coming to the Virtual Console.

Without further ado, heeeeeeeere's David.



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#1 - Bassfree - 311w ago
A good classic game back on wii??

This is awesome, but the wii needs more new games because it is living by the classic games like mario, and metroid, zelda, but we dont see no news awesome games.

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