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Did you know that Okami’s 12th anniversary is today? Capcom hasn’t forgotten, and is celebrating with some special art.
Mari Shimazaki and Kenichiro Yoshimura, the lead designers on Okami, worked together to create the image above.

After previously coming to Wii, Okami will be returning to a Nintendo system once again this summer. Capcom intends to release Okami HD via the eShop.


During today’s episode of Capcom TV, the first footage from Mega Man X Legacy Collection was shown. The menus, extras, and Challenge Mode were all given the spotlight. We have the full recording of footage below.

Capcom produced a few different versions of Mega Man X3. What does that mean for Mega Man X Legacy Collection, which was officially unveiled this week? Well, Capcom has confirmed that the package will have the SNES version of Mega Man X3.

Mega Man X3 first appeared on Nintendo’s older system way back in 1995. It has appeared on a few other platforms, including the PlayStation, SEGA Saturn, and Windows.


Pix’n Lov has revealed that it will produce a limited edition for the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. It’ll come with the game, special packaging, an 80-page artbook, and four lithographs.

Pix’n Lov will be opening pre-orders this Friday at 10 AM (1 AM PT / 4 AM ET) in France. Based on what we can tell, the company does ship to the US, so it might be worth keeping an eye on. Pre-orders will be on Pix’n Lov’s website here.


Capcom has posted the various Japanese boxarts for Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2, and we have all three above.

In case you missed it, the single North American Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2 boxart is here. Capcom is handling the release differently in the west and Japan. Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2 will be sold as standalone releases in Japan along with the bundle for both.


Capcom has provided the North American boxart for Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2, which was properly announced earlier today. We have it above.


Following up on the Japanese news from earlier today, Capcom has shared western release details for Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2. A release is planned for July 24.

Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2 will be sold digitally for $19.99 each and as part of a special retail bundle in North America for $39.99.

Back in December, Capcom announced that all Mega Man X games would be released on the Switch, although it wasn’t yet clear in what format. In February, Mega Man X Legacy Collection and Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 were rated in Australia, suggesting that the X games would be released as part of these collections. This has now been confirmed in the latest edition of Famitsu magazine as well as in a new Japanese trailer released by Capcom (in Japan, the games are called Rockman X Anniversary Collection).

Mega Man X Legacy Collection will include Mega Man X through X4, while Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 will include Mega Man X5 through X8. In addition to the games themselves, there are also a variety of bonus features such as an optional filter, a music and art gallery, a collection of images depicting various Mega Man X merchandise that has been released over the years, a trailer collection as well as the “Day of Sigma” OVA. There’s also a new mode called “X Challenge”, a boss rush mode with a twist. In it, you will have to fight bosses from different games in the X series together.

During a recent live stream, the Capcom Fighters YouTube channel showed off nearly two hours of footage from Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. We’ve posted the full recording below.

During a live stream on Friday, Capcom showed off Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 + 2 in-depth with an hour of footage. We have the full archive below.

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