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Capcom announced its lineup for San Diego Comic-Con 2018 toady, with two Nintendo-related demos revealed to be playable at the convention. Those attending can go hands-on with Mega Man 11 and Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2 for Switch.

Here’s the full rundown of demos, panels, and signings from Capcom:

A listing on Amazon reveals an official Mega Man 11 guide. Moreover, Prima is readying a collector’s edition.

The guide will feature tips and tricks for Mega Man 11, along with interviews, a fan art section, and more. The collector’s edition comes in the form of a premium hardcover book.

Recently, Famitsu published a big interview with a couple of the developers working on Mega Man 11. The Japanese magazine caught up with producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya and director Koji Oda.

There was a lot of interesting discussion in the lengthy interview. Tsuchiya and Oda went in-depth on how it went about bringing back the series, why the team opted for a more 3D look, the Double Gear system, different difficulty options, and more. There’s also a bit of talk about the future and other topics like the Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2.

We’ve posted our full translation of the interview below.

Capcom has shared some brand new information about Mega Man 11. Along with a new Robot Master, we have details on new modes.

Blast Man is the next Robot Master officially introduced. The boss “hops around the room while slinging explosives everywhere in his attempt to turn Mega Man into scrap metal.” Before heading to Blast Man’s lair, you’ll need to navigate through the ruined remains of a theme park and movie studio hybrid.

Capcom shared a new video this week delving into the creation of Mega Man 11. Earlier in the week, the company spoke about how the design for Mega Man himself was made.

Here’s the full rundown, courtesy of Siliconera:

Mega Man 11 is the first core entry in the series since 2010. How do you come back to the series and where do you start? That’s something producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya addressed in a new interview with Polygon.

On the topic of how the team got started, Tsuchiya mentioned:

This information comes from Mega Man 11 producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya and director Koji Oda…

Capcom had a ton of news to share about Mega Man 11 last week. The company announced an October 2 release date, unveiled a new amiibo, and more.

Mega Man 11 will be offered at retail in North America as well as in Japan. But in Europe, the situation is much different. Capcom has confirmed that Mega Man 11 is only planned as a digital title in PAL regions. As for the amiibo, there is currently “no announcement” for Europe.

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