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Mega Man X5
Game Description:Two worlds are in trouble as a group of radicals has hacked into Eurasia's anti-gravity device, and placed it on a collision course with Earth -- Mega Man X and Zero have been sent to stop it! As either characters, you have to collect the parts of the secret weapon called Codename - Enigma. If you can get it assembled and deployed in 24 hours, the threat is averted, but there are lots of enemies guarding those. You'll have to defeat vicious bosses to get parts that combine to create new weapons and parts. Help Mega Man save the world yet again!
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  • Capcom Trademarks Mega Man Universe

    In “Oh, what ever could it mean?!” news, Capcom has filed a trademark for a new Mega Man game called Mega Man Universe. The patent covers everything from “computer games in the form of cartridges, cassettes, discs or tapes” to downloadable mobile games to screen savers and ring tones. No mention of online games, which...

    Posted April 27, 2010

    Capcom Trademarks Mega Man Universe

 


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