17th Nov2015

‘Mega Man Legacy Collection’ comes to retail

by Phil Wheat

Originally available digitally for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, the Mega Man Legacy Collection is to be made available as a physical copy at retail, according to an announcement from Capcom. The North American PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo 3DS versions of Mega Man Legacy Collection will release on February 23rd 2016.

The Nintendo 3DS version will contain more than 100 new art and history pieces packed into the game’s already massive in-game Museum. Eleven Nintendo 3DS exclusive remix challenges can also be unlocked using the original Mega Man amiibo – but that’s not the only amiibo that can unlock these new challenges! A brand-new gold-colored Mega Man amiibo will also be available exclusively in the Collector’s Edition. Below is an overview of the contents of each retail version:

Nintendo 3DS Standard Edition contents:

  • Full game
  • 2 Nintendo 3DS Mega Man Themes
  • Sample compilation soundtrack featuring 18 songs from Mega Man 1-6
  • 4 Mega Man stickers

Nintendo 3DS Collector’s Edition contents:

  • Standard edition, including all physical bonus items
  • Set of 6 Mega Man postcards
  • Exclusive gold-colored Mega Man amiibo

Xbox One and PlayStation 4 retail version contents:

  • Full game
  • Robot Master cheat sheet
  • Sample compilation soundtrack featuring 18 songs from Mega Man 1-6
  • 4 Mega Man stickers

The Mega Man Legacy Collection is a celebration of the 8-bit history of Capcom’s iconic Blue Bomber. The game features faithful reproductions of the original six Mega Man games (Mega Man 1-6), plus new ways to experience the classic games with Museum Mode and new Challenge Mode. Challenge Mode remixes gameplay segments from all six games, with scaling difficulty objectives for experienced players to conquer yet serving as a good starting point for new players, too. Museum Mode contains a comprehensive collection of production art and original concept sketches– a mega treat for any fan of Mega Man and video game history.



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