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Lots of gameplay has surfaced for Sine Mora EX, arriving soon on Switch. View 27 minutes of footage in the video below.

In its first week in Japan, Mega Man Legacy Collection sold 23,942 units as reported by Media Create, or 22,259 copies if you’re going with Dengeki. Based on information from the latter sales tracker, the game sold through 50 percent of its initial shipment. Mega Man Legacy Collection is a package of classic titles rather than a brand new release in the series, so it’s a bit tough to judge its performance.


Capcom didn’t make a western trailer for Mega Man Legacy Collection’s launch on 3DS… but there is one from Japan! Take a look at the video below.

Yesterday, Mega Man Legacy Collection released along with a collector’s edition in North America. Watch an unboxing video for the package below.

Update: Pricing error has now been fixed!

There are currently some issues with pricing of Mega Man Legacy Collection on the 3DS eShop. It should be $14.99, but the asking price is double that. Capcom is looking into the issue and advises 3DS owners from making a purchase until it’s fixed.

The publisher issued the following notice on Twitter today:


System: 3DS
Release date: February 23, 2016
Developer: Digital Eclipse
Publisher Capcom

It’s been over half a decade since Mega Man received a new release, but the iconic character still lives on by making the rounds with appearances in places such as Super Smash Bros. Finally though, a new product is here. Mega Man Legacy Collection brings together the first six titles of The Blue Bomber’s adventure into one spot, with added challenges, a museum to look at concept art from each game, and a music player to listen to some of the series’ most memorable tracks. This package serves as a way to honor Mega Man’s legacy and impact since his arrival into video games, and is one hardcore fans of the series will certainly enjoy.

Mega Man Legacy Collection’s launch is nearly here. We’re posting one more gameplay video below that contains 10 minutes of footage.

Destructoid has a few photos up of the Mega Man Legacy Collection Collector’s Edition. Check them out in the gallery below.

As far as the gold Mega Man amiibo is concerned, it does come in a separate case. However, it’s completely generic and lacks a proper label. It’s also not possible to use Mega Man without taking it out of the box, for those that are curious.

Six postcards of art from each game are also included in the Mega Man Legacy Collection Collector’s Edition. That’s on top of sticks, a card to download 18 tracks from the soundtrack, and two 3DS themes inside the game box.


Most 3DS games support stereoscopic 3D, but there are some that don’t. In the case of Mega Man Legacy Collection, there is some 3D functionality… just not much.

Dennis is currently playing through Mega Man Legacy Collection for review. He tells me that the menus are in 3D, but the games themselves aren’t. You can turn the slider on and see that the background becomes 3D, but it doesn’t do much since it’s just a basic black background, and for whatever reason there’s a flicker on the sides when you turn it on. It’s not like the 3D Classics or SEGA ports on the eShop.

As for Challenge Mode, these bite-sized gameplay segments are just like the main games where the background will have depth but the game is still flat. Museum Mode has depth while you’re scrolling through, but once you select what you want to look at it, the picture becomes flat again.

A new Japanese trailer for Mega Man Legacy Collection is now available, courtesy of Capcom. We’ve posted it below.