Capcom is releasing its second anthology of Mega Man games with Mega Man Legacy Collection 2.
An officially-licensed Mega Man board game has been successfully crowd-funded on Kickstarter.
Street Fighter x Mega Man, the free PC crossover game created by fans, is now live.
Perfume company Epic-Scents has signed on with Capcom to create fragrances based on beloved videogame characters. No, really.
More than two years after launch, nobody has found everything that Mega Man 9 has to offer, Capcom has revealed.
A trademark filing for something called "Mega Man Universe" has popped up in the US Patent and Trademark Office's master database.
Microsoft's Major Nelson has revealed some of the treats coming to Xbox Live in the next few weeks.
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On WiiWare today you'll find Mega Man 10, Capcom's new and retro-styled instalment in the platform series. A new adventure awaits for 1000 Wii Points (£7/€10).
The next instalment in the Mega Man series will be released on multiple platforms.
That's according to Famitsu magazine (as translated by Kotaku).
The game was first announced last week in Nintendo Power magazine, leading to speculation it would only be available for the Wii. However, Famitsu reports it will be on PSN and Xbox Live too.
Capcom has announced another retro-style Mega Man game for WiiWare.