Can you name a foe that has been in most Mega Man games and is an instant death for the blue bomber. No, it’s not Wily and silly mustache. It’s not even any of the robot masters. It’s those damn spike pits. One false move and there goes another life down the hole and ya have to once again go through the stage. Well, PlatonicFriends created this awesome video showcasing how evil spikes are. The video shows that no matter what you do, the game (or Wily) will try to stick a spike up your ass. You know what, after watching this, maybe Wily really is the evil bastard doctor that he claims to be.
With the recent news of the upcoming Naruto game having someone from Tekken making a cameo (of course, the dumb asses don’t pick Yoshimitsu to be that character), I started thinking about past games that had awesome cameos. To some of us, it’s a nice treat that gives us a chuckle and to others, it gives them hope for a possible crossover. While this list may not be a top ten list, it is a list that hopefully makes some of you think “Wow, that’s pretty cool” or say “Awesome!’ Check after the jump to see if any of the cameos listed are the ones you already know about or some that are news to you.
For every Mega Man game, we get eight new robot masters to fight and you start wondering how the hell does Capcom keep coming up with names for the bosses. Hell, with just fire alone we got Fire Man, Flame Man, Burner Man, Heat Man, and Solar Man (Yeah, I have no life). Anyway, it seems like the guys over at College Humor thought the same and came up with some boss names themselves. Check the vid out and also, check out the Mega Man 10 review that was done two months ago that includes an awesome commercial for the game.
Yes, that is someone wearing the blue helmet of Capcom’s blue bomber and no it’s not a Syfy movie… well, for now at least. About a year ago, the internet got this trailer and mostly good things were said. Hell, even I was waiting for this. Here we are, a year later, Eddie Lebron (who is also responsible for the GhostBusters Generations fan film trailer) released a full fan made film, which clocks in at 93 minutes and best of all, free to watch. The story is pretty much faithful to the first Mega Man game, as it has all 6 robot masters and one memorable boss from Wily’s Castle. Throw in Blues/Proto Man and this film should make any Mega Man fan smile. Just seeing Ice Man and his disorder was enough of a reason for me to watch this.
So, you know how Mega Man has the nick name Blue Bomber. So if one his power ups turn him brown, would he then be the Brown Bomber and thus be the $#!*… okay, I’ll stop. Capcom is once again cashing on Mega Man as the sequel to the first retro revival of Mega Man 9 (2008) has come out for the WiiWare and Playstation Network, and later this month X-Box Live Arcade, has come out this month. Mega Man 10, just like MM9, once again has gamers playing the classic 2D game play and the 8-bit graphics it was known for. 9 was a fun game but damn was that game. Check after the break for the awesome commercial Capcom released for the game and also a review of Mega Man 10. (more…)
Nintendo held a huge new conference today, known as the Nintendo Media Summit, and once again, your Sony Trophy Whore gamer is here to give you guys the convenience to read it all in one post. Check after the jump to see what new Wii and DS/DSi stuff is coming for the gamers in the next couple months. (more…)
This kid is better than your kid. Why? Well, because not only is he dressed in a spiffy mega man costume, but he’s also shouting PEW, PEW, PEW. Well, your little snowflake is probably gabbing that he loves you and wants cereal. Granted the parents of this wee Mega Man are priming him for a life of basement dwelling and internet trolling, he is, as of right now… awesome!
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