Street Fighter X Mega Man Game Upgrades

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

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Street Fighter X Mega Man, which was available for free last month, has received some tweaks. Apparently, there were some issues with performance that have been fixed as well as some game play elements that have been tweaked.

Street Fighter X Mega Man

Tweaks and Changes:

  • Confirmation prompt before exiting (ESC) or resetting (F12) the game
  • E Tank glitch and various other bugs fixed
  • Improved controller support (Game defaults to keyboard on launch; make sure controller is plugged in prior to opening the file, then go into Options menu and set keys)
  • Take screenshots using F9
  • M Bison buffed a bit (This place shall become your grave!)
  • MM2 style passwords (pictured below)

Street Fighter X Mega Man

No new content is being offered but the hope is that these changes will give for a better game play experience. This will be available on Friday January 18, 2013. You can go to the Mega Man page to get the game. Now that taking screenshots is so easy, we expect everyone will be sharing a lot of cool shots.

It’s good to see the improved controller support available for this game. What controllers does everyone use for PC gaming? Hey, I need a new controller and where better to ask?


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What's up everyone? Crystal here! I spend my time writing up the news for you all and keeping us all up to date with incoming game info from Japan. I do a little bit of everything else around here, too. 🙂 Happy Reading!

  • I use a PS3 controller with the DS3 tool to emulate a 360 controller…

    I’ve got them on hand, and it’s easy enough to use… 360 controller support is baked into most games that a controller would be useful on as well, so you don’t have to configure it nearly as much as you would for most “third party” controllers.

    •  I always forget that you can use the ps3 and 360 controllers. I am gonna have to set mine up to use my PS3 one. 🙂 Thanks for reminding me about this.

      I wonder if there are good made for PC controllers. It has been quite a while since I have really searched for one.

    •  Logitech offers some good PC controllers.

    •  I am seeing a couple of people mention Logitech. Anything specific that makes them so good? I always wonder why people chose certain things.. They fit in your hand right.. control beautifully.. etc. Thanks for the suggestion!

    • Anytime.

      I wouldn’t recommend “made for PC” controllers…
      Rarely do they offer anything above and beyond what Microsoft bakes into the OS for the Xbox 360 controller… I have a 20 dollar Logitech controller, which, while it does work, takes configuration for most games, and the quality of the controller itself is only okay…

      Really, Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony all make great controllers. If one of them is an option, it’s really hard to recommend another solution, unless you’re looking at playing, say, fighting games.

    • Just basing this on my experience that I admit is outdated, of looking at controllers I am going to agree with you. I love my PS3 controller for soo many reasons. A good controller for a fighter would be handy though. I don’t play many fighters on the PC but hey, with a good controller I might. haha.

  • Andy?
    • That looks like it will fit in my hand pretty nicely. Does not having the analog stick make it clunky to use?  It certainly has some good reviews. Thanks 🙂

  • michika

    I use a Super Nintendo controller with an adapter from retrousb so I can have an actual good d-pad.