Mega Man Legacy Collection Releasing August 25

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

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Mega Man Legacy Collection | oprainfall

From the Capcom Unity website, we got some new info on the upcoming Mega Man Legacy Collection, which is due to release later this month on August 25. Mega Man Legacy Collection will be available on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One digitally for $14.99/ €14.99 / £11.99. Physical versions of this title can also be had for $29.99 on those systems. The 3DS version of Mega Man Legacy Collection will also be available sometime in early 2016. Here are some of the features Capcom has included for the collection:

  • Mega Man 1~6 reverently reborn through the Eclipse Engine, which takes the games’ 8-bit source elements and converts them into crisp HD goodness

  • Challenge mode with online leaderboards and video replays

  • Massive museum filled with production art, sketches and some old 80s-90s flyers!

  • All six games’ soundtracks playable from a built-in music box

  • Filters that approximate both fuzzy tube TVs and scan-line-rich monitors.

  • Full, Wide and “Original” viewing options (more on that here)

  • Optional borders for Mega Man 1~6

  • Save states for those of you who want to creep your way through the games (making a finger-wagging motion)

  • Enemy database for each game that not only lists out each foe (and its weakness), but also lets you fight the Robot Master bosses at any time so you can practice their patterns!

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