Neoseeker : News : Mega Man 9 bosses debut!
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gerard way owns you Aug 13, 08
I LOVE MEGA MAN

and the classics were the best

i cant wait for this game, you cant beat the classics!
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kspiess Aug 13, 08
Capcom is totally do this the right way I think, with the fake 8-bit music, awesome box-art, optional fake 8-bit flicker mode, and now these bosses which seem like a good fit.
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THM Aug 14, 08
Hee Hee,Sometimes I confuse megaman with bomberman!!!

By the way, Can someone tell me which company invent the bomberman?

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gerard way owns you Aug 14, 08
i dont know, but i think bomberman would be a sweet cameo boss in megaman lol, even tho hed have a close resemblence to bomb man from megaman 1
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Epic Fail Guy Aug 14, 08
Hudson made bomberman.
On a side note: This game better not cost more the ten bucks to download. Making an 8 bit game is cool but dont charge me full price for something that could have been made 15 years ago.
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EliteBeatDivas Aug 14, 08
It's better in 32-bit and classic controller, like Mega Man Powered Up.
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VeGiTAX2 Aug 14, 08
I don't mind paying what they're asking seeing as when they stocked NES carts in my area the things ran $60-$70 for new games. I still remember Mega Man 3 running $65 at Software Etc.

It's a small price to pay for something that plays quite awesome so far (awesome / painfully hard at times) and if what I've played at E3 and Comic Con is any sign of the final build it should bring back the days of strategy and complete frustration trying to comprehend almost countless block sequences at times.
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