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Mega Man Universe (CANCELED)
Game Description: Gamers can expect Mega Man Universe to bring the core experience fans want while delivering on the promise of innovation that Capcom is known for.
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Mega Man Universe (CANCELED) Previews

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    TGS 2010: Mega Man Universe Interview

    Learn about the new Mega Man Universe character customization mode where you can create your very own Mega Man. Let Wes Phillips, Manager of P.R. Strategy for Capcom, give you a preview of Mega Man Universe.

    Posted: Sep 17, 2010 | 6,829 Views | 04:57

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    Mega Man Universe Hands-On Preview

    We don our blue armor and arm-cannon for a journey into Mega Man's universe...

    Posted: Sep 17, 2010

  • TGS 2010: Mega Man Universe Interview

    Posted: September 17, 2010

    6,829 Views | 04:57

  • Mega Man Universe Gameplay Teaser Trailer

    Posted: September 3, 2010

    12,826 Views | 03:03

  • Mega Man Universe Comic-Con 2010 Panel

    Posted: July 26, 2010

    8,696 Views | 16:12

  • Mega Man Universe Announcement Trailer

    Posted: July 19, 2010

    20,322 Views | 02:07


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