This week, it's a two-hour lovefest for Mega Man
Hi! Big episode this week, in more ways than one.
One way: It's a very lengthy episode, clocking in at nearly two dense hours of commentary and nostalgia. And it only covers nine games total, really — Mega Man 1 through 6 and the three Mega Man Legends titles. That's like, 1/10 of the all the Mega Man games ever made.
Second way: We have a bunch of info on the newly announced Mega Man Legacy Collection, which is relevant to this topic. Capcom Unity's Brett Elston and Greg Moore join us not only to talk about Mega Man games, but also to detail the upcoming anthology, which is being produced by the former Digital Eclipse guys at Other Ocean. Former Retronauts contributor (and occasional cohost! Check out the Tengen episode!) Frank Cifaldi has a huge role in the anthology, and that alone means it's likely to sit among the best, most accurate, and most loving compilation of classic games we've ever seen in the U.S.
Description for this episode:
Jeremy and Bob are joined by Capcom's Brett Elston and Greg Moore to revisit a topic near to everyone's heart: the Mega Man legacy. (And also the Mega Man Legacy Collection, due later this year.)
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Man. If only revisiting old Retronauts topics always resulted in announcements like this.