Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 + 2 Is Now Available
Capcom has released the Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 + 2 today for the Nintendo Switch. You have the choice of picking up the physical edition for $39.99 or you can buy just version 1 or version 2 via the eShop. The first collection has the NES Mega Man games 1-6 included. The second collection includes 7-10. Check out the launch trailer and details below:
Capcom’s iconic Blue Bomber has returned! Play Mega Man’s original adventures anytime, anywhere with the Nintendo Switch™ system. Each collection features faithful reproductions of the original games as well as rare illustrations, time trials, remix challenges, and more!
- Includes the six 8-bit classics that were originally released on the Nintendo Entertainment System™: Mega Man, Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3, Mega Man 4, Mega Man 5, and Mega Man 6.
- Explore the series’ history with rare concept art and original promotional materials in Museum Mode.
- Tackle stage remixes in Challenge Mode and compete against your friends for the fastest completion times on the online leaderboards.
- Unlock additional trials in Challenge Mode using the Mega Man amiibo™ figure!
- A new Rewind feature gives players the option to instantly reverse gameplay, correcting unexpected pitfalls or deadly enemy encounters.
- The new Turbo CPU Speed feature reduces slowdown when the action gets intense.
- Includes the timeless 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit adventures: Mega Man 7, 8, 9, & 10.
- Additional content including time trials, remix challenges, a music player, and an extensive gallery of rare illustrations.
- Includes the additional modes originally released as DLC for Mega Man 9 and 10, featuring extra stages and playable characters.
- Option to reduce the amount of damage received if you need a helping hand!
Please visit https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/mega-man-legacy-collection-switchand https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/mega-man-legacy-collection-2-switch if you would like to purchase the digital collections.
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