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Five Rare Mega Man Games, One Cartridge
« on: December 14, 2003, 10:41:27 PM »
Ebay sellers begin sobbing due to loss of massive profit.

While searching through Capcom's American online store for information on the Mega Man Anniversary Collection for the GameCube, I stumbled across another Mega Man game -- one that has not yet been officially announced by Capcom, yet is on their store. The game, Mega Man Mania, is a Game Boy Advance compilation cartridge in honour of Mega Man's 15th anniversary. While not much is known about the cartridge, the following information is on the game's page:

  • Mega Man I to V for the Game Boy will be available on the cart. Mega Man IV and V in particular are very difficult to come by on Ebay because of their scarcity, and are highly sought after.

  • All five games will be colourized for the Game Boy Advance - while they will still obtain their original sprites and backgrounds, they will all be in glorious colour. A welcome sight for those of us who've spent ten years with Mega Man in black and white.

  • All games will keep their resolution of the original Game Boy, but will be bordered in a similar fashion to Game Boy Advance games on the Game Boy Player.

  • The game will feature unlockable artwork as you progress through the game.

    No word on a battery save, but for goodness sake let's hope so. I can't imagine what devious password system Capcom would devise for a game this complex. Let's hope that my Mega Man skills have improved, too -- I could only ever finish Mega Man II. In Mega Man I, I could never beat Enker.

  • It's got a duck bill, you moron!

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