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Mega Man X4 Latest News - PC

Mega Man X4
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: Capcom
  • Release Date:Oct 9, 1997
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Animated Blood, Animated Violence)
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Game Description: Japanese budget rerelease from Media Kite. The game is a direct port of Mega Man X4 (known as Rockman in Japan) for PC.
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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
  • Mega Man Fights Leukemia

    Among Mega Man's man enemies are Dr. Cossack, Dr. Wiley and now, Leukemia! Allow us to explain: 19 year-old gamer Chuck Guarino aims to raise money to fight juvenile cancer through a Mega Man Marathon. Guarino and his pals plan to play various Mega Man games for 48 hours straight, starting with the first game and continuing to the last. You'll...

    Posted July 29, 2008| 6 Comments

    Mega Man Fights Leukemia

 


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