Street Fighter x Mega Man, the free PC crossover game created by fans, is now live.
Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune – the man who famously declared "Japan is dead" - has returned to video game development following his exit from Capcom last year.
Capcom has axed Mega Man Universe.
Mega Man Universe was due for release in Japan as a downloadable PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game this spring.
Capcom announced the news today on the game's website, reported by Siliconera, citing "various reasons". Glad that's cleared up.
Mega Man returns to PSN and XBLA.
The core campaign in Capcom's upcoming Mega Man Universe will be a remake of Mega Man 2, the game's producer has revealed.
Keiji Inafune, renowned game creator for Capcom, has said Mega Man Universe aims to "unite all Mega Man fans together in one place".
Dead Rising 2 producer Keiji Inafune is working on downloadable Xbox Live and PlayStation Network title Mega Man Universe, Capcom has confirmed.
"For the next chapter in this legacy of excellence, Capcom aims to deliver the most creative Mega Man experience yet. In Mega Man Universe, imagination is the star of the game," the official blurb says.
"We are thrilled to finally be able to announce Mega Man Universe," Kenji Inafune, head of research and development management, and Mega Man's original designer, said.