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Capcom Announces Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection – News

Capcom Announces Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection – News

Switch, PS4, Computer system selection contains all most important Mega Guy Struggle Community video games

The Nintendo Immediate Mini: Companion Showcase declared on Tuesday that CAPCOM will release Mega Male Fight Network Legacy Selection, a assortment of the Mega Person Struggle Community 1-6 Video game Boy Progress video games, for Nintendo Switch in 2023. CAPCOM will also release the match for PlayStation 4 and Personal computer by way of Steam. The collection will also be readily available digitally as two independent volumes. The initial quantity will consist of Mega Male Battle Community 1-3, and the 2nd volume will incorporate 4-6. CAPCOM unveiled trailers:

Nintendo Direct Mini Trailer (commences at 7:03)


Whole Trailer


The collection will attribute 10 game titles (such as alternate variations): Mega Male Battle Network, Mega Man Struggle Community 2, Mega Person Battle Network 3: Blue/White, Mega Male Struggle Network 4: Crimson Solar/Blue Moon, Mega Person Battle Network 5: Team Protoman/Staff Colonel, and Mega Person Struggle Network 6: Cybeast Gregar/Cybeast Falzar.

The selection will function a large-resolution filter, artwork gallery, and songs participant.

The 1st Mega Person Battle Network video game, an RPG spinoff of the Mega Guy platformer games, released for GBA in 2001. The next sport launched in 2001 in Japan and in 2002 in the West. Setting up with the 3rd entry, the video games experienced two versions each. Mega Male Struggle Network 3 released in 2002 in Japan and 2003 in the West, the fourth game debuted in 2003 in Japan and 2004 in the West, the fifth entry released in 2004 in Japan and 2005 in the West, and the last game in the mainline collection introduced in 2005 in Japan and 2006 in the West.

The series impressed an anime titled MegaMan NT Warrior (Rockman.EXE) in 2002. The Young children WB block aired the series in the West in 2003.

Resource: Nintendo Direct Mini