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Mega Man, alternatively written as Megaman and MegaMan, known as Rockman (ロックマン, Rokkuman) in Japan, is a video game franchise created by Capcom, starring

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This article is about the video game franchise. For the character, see Mega Man (character). For other uses, see Mega Man (disambiguation). Mega Man Mega Man among various characters from the Mega Man, Mega Man X and Mega Man Legends series. Genres
  • Action
  • Fighting
  • Hack 'n slash
  • Platformer
  • Role-playing
  • Run 'n gun
  • Third-person shooter
  • Capcom
  • Inti Creates (2002–2010)
Publishers Capcom Platforms
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  • Arcade
  • Android
  • Game Boy
  • Game Boy Advance
  • Game Boy Color
  • Game Gear
  • GameCube
  • iOS
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Mobile phones
  • Neo Geo Pocket Color
  • Nintendo 3DS
  • Nintendo 64
  • Nintendo DS
  • Nintendo Entertainment System
  • PlayChoice-10
  • PlayStation
  • PlayStation 2
  • PlayStation 3
  • PlayStation 4
  • PlayStation Portable
  • PlayStation Vita
  • Sega Genesis
  • Sega Saturn
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Steam Machine
  • Wii
  • Wii U
  • WonderSwan
  • Xbox
  • Xbox 360
  • Xbox One
  • Xperia Play
First release Mega Man
December 17, 1987 Latest release Mega Man Mobile 1-6
January 5, 2017

Mega Man, alternatively written as Megaman and MegaMan, known as Rockman (ロックマン, Rokkuman) in Japan, is a video game franchise created by Capcom, starring the robot character Mega Man, or one of his many counterparts. Mega Man, released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987, was the first in a series of over 50 games on multiple systems. By March 2015, the series had sold approximately thirty million copies worldwide,

The classic Mega Man series consists of ten main titles and a spin-off, Mega Man & Bass, as well as all Game Boy, Sega Genesis, Sega Game Gear and other console titles featuring the original design of Mega Man. The classic series is considered to be the origin of the story, with Mega Man being the first installment, and continuing with ten direct sequels. Chronologically after Mega Man 8 comes Mega Man & Bass, followed by Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10.

Although the classic series has yet to reach an ending, the storyline shifts to the Mega Man X series, followed by the Mega Man Zero series, Mega Man ZX and Mega Man Legends. Although it is confirmed that the Legends series takes place sometime in the distant future after the ZX series, there is an uncertain amount of time as to when it actually takes place. All series follow one continuous timeline except for Mega Man Battle Network and Mega Man Star Force, which exist in an alternate universe (one in which network technology flourished instead of robotics technology), with Star Force occurring two centuries after the Battle Network series.

The official source book Rockman Perfect Memories outlines the Classic, X, and Legends series and makes mention of the Battle Network and Zero series (which were fairly new at the time of the book's publication). While the ZX and Star Force series were not yet conceived when the source book was published, Capcom is explicit within the games themselves regarding their placement in the timeline(s).

  • 1 Games
    • 1.1 Original series
    • 1.2 Handheld original series
    • 1.3 Mega Man X
    • 1.4 Mega Man Legends
    • 1.5 Mega Man Battle Network
    • 1.6 Mega Man Zero
    • 1.7 Mega Man ZX
    • 1.8 Mega Man Star Force
    • 1.9 Rockman Xover
  • 2 Timeline
    • 2.1 Main timeline
    • 2.2 Spin-off timeline
  • 3 In other media
    • 3.1 In other video games
    • 3.2 Television appearances
    • 3.3 Film adaptation
    • 3.4 Artbooks
    • 3.5 Comics and manga
      • 3.5.1 Archie Comics
    • 3.6 Junior novel
    • 3.7 Music
  • 4 Legacy
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Games Main article: List of Mega Man video games Original series Mega Man battles a mini-boss from Mega Man 9. Note the run-and-gun and platform gameplay. Timeline of release years 1987– - Mega Man 1988– - Mega Man 2 1989– 1990– - Mega Man 3 1991– - Mega Man 4 1992– - Mega Man 5 1993– - Mega Man 6 1994– - Mega Man: The Wily Wars 1995– - Mega Man 7 1996– - Mega Man 8 1997– 1998– - Mega Man & Bass 1999– 2000– 2001– 2002– 2003– 2004– 2005– 2006– 2007– 2008– - Mega Man 9 2009– 2010– - Mega Man 10

In the story behind the original series, Mega Man is an android originally named Rock, created as a lab assistant by the scientist Dr. Light with Dr Wily as his assistant. Following treachery by Dr. Wily in which he reprogrammed most of Dr Light's robots, Rock volunteered to be converted into a fighting robot to defend the world from Wily's violent robotic threats. Thus becoming Mega Man.

See also: List of Mega Man characters

Though all incarnations of Mega Man feature unique stories, settings, and characters, they nevertheless share several common features. All main Mega Man games released prior to 1997 are side scrolling action platformers. The player character must fight through the levels using Mega Man's "Mega Buster"—a cannon attached to his arm—to shoot the robotic enemies inhabiting his environment. When Mega Man was released in 1987, the characteristic that made it revolutionary was the choice given to the player of which robot master to attempt first. After defeating a Robot Master—the boss of a level—Mega Man gains the ability to use that Robot Master's special weapon. Each Robot Master is representative of a specific element or object, with such bosses as Fire Man, Ice Man, Guts Man, and Elec Man. The weapons Mega Man gains share the theme of the defeated boss. After defeating all of the Robot Masters, Mega Man travels to a multi-stage fortress to confront Dr. Wily, the person responsible for the robotic enemies' destructive acts. In the fortress, Mega Man fights past new bosses, clones of the game's Robot Masters, and Wily, who is usually in a large multi-phase war machine.

Enemies are weak to at least one weapon; for instance, Fire Man will take more damage from Ice Man's weapon than from other weapons. This concept draws inspiration from rock-paper-scissors. Robot Master levels can generally be completed in any order, resulting in a strategic hallmark of the series: determining the best order to defeat bosses and earn weapons. Sequels of Mega Man games contain new enemies alongside familiar ones, new bosses and weapons, and perhaps new gadgets. Later installments of the game give the player the option of commanding other player characters with different abilities, such as Proto Man, Duo, and Bass.

To date, the Classic series has not reached a definite conclusion, although later entries in the series have hinted at possible connections to the X series (such as the "Roboenza" of Mega Man 10 possibly being a precursor to the Maverick Virus and Wily's schematic of a robot resembling Zero in the ending of Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters). But due to the Classic series' light-hearted and nostalgic nature, it may never reach a definite conclusion. Originally developed for the NES, the original Mega Man series experienced graphical improvements in fourth and fifth generation installments. The series had no titles developed for sixth generation consoles but returned in the seventh generation purposely sporting graphics, sound and gameplay similar to the original NES titles to inspire a nostalgic look and feel, distributed as downloadable content instead of retail titles like the previous installments.

Handheld original series
  • Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge – Game Boy, 1991
  • Mega Man II – Game Boy, 1991 (JP), 1992 (US)
  • Mega Man III – Game Boy, 1992
  • Mega Man IV – Game Boy, 1993
  • Mega Man V – Game Boy, 1994
  • Mega Man (Game Gear) – Game Gear, 1995, (US only)
  • Rockman & Forte: Challenger from the Future – WonderSwan, 1999, (JP Only)
  • Rockman Battle & Fighters – Neo Geo Pocket Color, 2000, (Japanese Only)
Mega Man X Timeline of release years 1993– - Mega Man X 1994– - Mega Man X2 1995– - Mega Man X3 1996– 1997– - Mega Man X4 1998– 1999– 2000– - Mega Man X5 2001– - Mega Man X6 2002– 2003– - Mega Man X7 2004– - Mega Man X8
- Mega Man X Command Mission 2005– 2006– - Mega Man X Collection
  • Mega Man X – Super Famicom/SNES, PC, 1993
  • Mega Man X2 – Super Famicom/SNES, 1994
  • Mega Man X3 – Super Famicom/SNES, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, 3DO (cancelled), PC, 1995, 1996
  • Mega Man X4 – PlayStation, Sega Saturn, PC, 1997
  • Mega Man X5 – PlayStation, PC, 2000
  • Mega Man Xtreme – Game Boy Color, 2000
  • Mega Man X6 – PlayStation, PC (South Korean version only), 2001
  • Mega Man Xtreme 2 – Game Boy Color, 2001
  • Mega Man X7 – PlayStation 2, PC (South Korean version only), 2003
  • Mega Man X8 (subtitle: Paradise Lost) – PlayStation 2, PC, 2004
  • Mega Man X Command Mission – GameCube, PlayStation 2, 2004
  • Mega Man X Collection – GameCube, PlayStation 2, 2006

Capcom wanted a redesign in graphics and control as the Mega Man series moved from the NES to the SNES, prompting the creation of the Mega Man X series in 1993. Set in the future, this series follows the story of Mega Man's successor, Mega Man X, a new, advanced robot that has complete free will over his actions, thoughts and feelings. This character, often referred to as simply "X", is also a creation of Dr. Light, put into suspended animation and uncovered 100 years in the future by a researcher named Dr. Cain. The Mega Man X series features more realistic 16-bit graphics and greater freedom of movement. In the Mega Man X series, the characters grow in abilities and power as the game progresses.

As the series progressed, various other player characters have appeared, such as fellow Maverick Hunter Zero who was created by Dr. Wily of the Classic series, OVER-1, created jointly by Dr. Light and Dr. Cossack, a Reploid with an adolescent personality named Axl who has the ability to shape-shift into other Reploids. Zero would later star in his own spin-off series, Mega Man Zero.

To date, the Mega Man X series has not reached a definite conclusion, having been left unresolved ever since the eighth title in the spin-off franchise ended with a cliffhanger.

Mega Man Legends
  • Mega Man Legends/Mega Man 64 – PlayStation, Nintendo 64, PC, PlayStation Portable (Japan only), 1997, 1998
  • The Misadventures of Tron Bonne – PlayStation, 1999, 2000 - a prequel set before the events of the original Mega Man Legends.
  • Mega Man Legends 2 – PlayStation, PC, PlayStation Portable (Japan only) 2000

Beginning on the PlayStation in 1997, a 3D action game series called Mega Man Legends was created to take advantage of the console's advanced graphics hardware. This series is in the same world as the other games, though thousands of years in the future. The world is covered by immense bodies of water, marked by a re-occurrence of several major characters from the original series in different situations. The hero, Mega Man (Rock) Volnutt, is a relic hunter called a "Digger" who scavenges various ruins laden throughout the world in search of refractor shards that can be mined and traded as currency. Mega Man Legends brings the gameplay into 3D and is an action adventure with role-playing game elements.

The Legends series concluded with only two main titles and a spin-off starring mainstay antagonist Tron Bonne before being seemingly discontinued. Unlike Battle Network and Zero, the final title in the series does not resolve the storyline. For over the past 14 years, a continuation to the Legends series has become an oft-requested title among many Capcom and Mega Man fans. A third title was once under development for the Nintendo 3DS, but on July 17, 2011, Capcom cancelled the project saying it did not meet certain requirements. This decision was met with mass criticism from gamers and gaming news outlets.

Despite the fact that the no new games in the series had been released in years, various characters from the Legends series consistently appear in Capcom cross-over titles such as Marvel vs. Capcom, and the Servbot characters have become iconic within the Capcom community, making many cameo appearances in non-Mega Man titles such as Dead Rising and is part of the outfit obtained via achievements in Lost Planet 2.

Mega Man Battle Network Main article: Mega Man Battle Network (series)
  • Mega Man Battle Network – Game Boy Advance, 2001
  • Mega Man Battle Network 2 – Game Boy Advance, 2001
  • Mega Man Battle Network 3 - White version / Blue version – Game Boy Advance, 2002
  • Mega Man Network Transmission – GameCube, 2003
  • Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge - Game Boy Advance, 2003
  • Mega Man Battle Network 4 - Red Sun version / Blue Moon version – Game Boy Advance, 2003
  • Mega Man Battle Network 5 - Team ProtoMan version / Team Colonel version / Double Team DS – Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, 2004, 2005
  • Mega Man Battle Network 6 - Cybeast Falzar version / Cybeast Gregar version – Game Boy Advance, 2005

Mega Man Battle Network, a series primarily on the Game Boy Advance, began in 2001 as a way for the Mega Man games to branch out into the role-playing video game market and to celebrate MegaMan's 15th anniversary. This series features a Net Navi called MegaMan.EXE. Net Navis act as virtual assistants to Operators, such as the protagonist Lan, an elementary school student and future hero who uses his Net Navi to help battle computer viruses and other Internet-based threats. The game combines elements from collectible card games to create a unique fast-paced battle system. An anime series, MegaMan NT Warrior, was also produced, ending with 209 episodes and a 50-minute film adaptation. Mega Man Network Transmission, the only entry in the series released on a home console rather than a handheld, takes place chronologically between the first two Battle Network games, although it was released between the third and fourth. It is also different from other titles in the Battle Network universe in that its game play reminds strongly of the Classic series.

Mega Man Battle Network was, with its sixth title, the second series in the franchise to reach a definitive conclusion, although the storyline continues in the distant future with Mega Man Star Force.

Mega Man Zero Main article: Mega Man Zero (series)
  • Mega Man Zero – Game Boy Advance, 2002
  • Mega Man Zero 2 – Game Boy Advance, 2003
  • Mega Man Zero 3 – Game Boy Advance, 2004
  • Mega Man Zero 4 – Game Boy Advance, 2005
  • Mega Man Zero Collection - Nintendo DS, 2010

In 2002, a follow-up series to the Mega Man X franchise was developed for the Game Boy Advance which starred Zero, a character from Mega Man X. The series revolved around Zero battling a powerful human-supremacy force as he protects the oppressed remaining reploids. In the Mega Man Zero series, the gameplay is largely similar to Zero's play style in the later Mega Man X titles and features an in-depth ranking system that rewards the player with new abilities and enhancements (such as copied abilities from boss characters) in exchange for better play performance. In the fourth title, Zero can also physically steal weapons from enemies (such as axes and guns).

Mega Man Zero was, with its fourth title, the first series in the franchise to reach a definitive conclusion, although its storyline continues in the distant future with Mega Man ZX.

Mega Man ZX
  • Mega Man ZX – Nintendo DS, 2006
  • Mega Man ZX Advent – Nintendo DS, 2007

The first game in the Mega Man ZX series was released in 2006. It takes place about 200 years after the Zero series in which progression has led to the mixing of physical attributes between humans and robots; humans are given the physical advantages of robots, and robots are given lifespans. Therefore, this is the first title in the main storyline in which the player can control a human character. Players collect Biometals containing data on the legendary heroes of the past (including X, Zero, and the Four Guardians of the Mega Man Zero series). Using these Biometals, they are able to "Mega-Merge" with them to don the powers of the fallen heroes.

Gameplay remains largely similar to the Mega Man Zero series, although the ranking system is mostly removed. In the second title, the player character is able to physically transform into fallen boss characters upon defeating them.

The player is given the choice of choosing a male or female human protagonist in each installment, and the games imply that both characters do not exist in the same continuity. For example, Vent and Aile both have identical back-stories of being orphaned, have very similar appearances, and both work for Giro Express, but they are never seen together or mentioned to one another, therefore implying that they do not co-exist. The same occurs in the series's only sequel, Mega Man ZX Advent between protagonists Grey and Ashe, both of which meet either Aile or Vent respectively (depending on which player character is chosen), but not both.

This makes ZX unique in that it creates two parallel timelines depending on which character is chosen: a timeline in which Aile and Grey exist and are the heroes donning the Biometals, or a timeline in which Vent and Ashe assume their roles instead.

Additionally, the second title in the series leaves the story open for possible sequels, the ZX series is seemingly on hiatus at this time.

Mega Man Star Force
  • Mega Man Star Force - Pegasus version / Leo version / Dragon version – Nintendo DS, 2006
  • Mega Man Star Force 2 - Zerker × Saurian version / Zerker × Ninja version – Nintendo DS, 2007
  • Mega Man Star Force 3 - Black Ace version / Red Joker version – Nintendo DS, 2008

A follow-up to the Mega Man Battle Network series and released on the Nintendo DS, Star Forces's launch commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Mega Man franchise. The Star Force games are very similar to the Battle Network games, and also takes place roughly 200 years later in the timeline. Network technology has progressed with electromagnetic wave technology to connect the world via radio waves. The series stars a timid boy named Geo Stelar and an extraterrestrial EM-wave being named Omega-Xis who can merge into an EM-Human known as "Mega Man," allowing the player to explore both the real world and the EM-world. Although each title has a different set of antagonists, they are usually EM-beings that are able to merge with humans to create new threats. The gameplay is very similar to the Battle Network series with an over-the-shoulder battle system and more simplified collectible card game elements, as well as faster-paced battle mechanics. An anime based on this series began airing on TV Tokyo in October 2006 for 76 episodes.

Although the storyline appears to have been resolved with the third title, it is unclear whether it is a definitive conclusion like those of Battle Network and Zero or simply a hiatus in production due to decreasing sales figures.

Rockman Xover

Rockman Xover (ロックマン Xover Rokkuman Kurosuōbā, pronounced Rockman Crossover) is a title for Apple's iOS platform marking the 25th anniversary of the Mega Man franchise, and was released on November 29, 2012 on the Japanese iTunes Store. The game features a new protagonist, OVER-1 (オーバー ワン Ōbā Wan), a Reploid created by Dr. Light and Dr. Cossack, confronting villains from the entire Mega Man franchise, who have crossed between dimensions to join forces. Capcom have stated that a release in North America has been put on hold due to largely negative feedback from fans. The game ceased operations entirely on March 31, 2015.


The timeline for the series and its spinoffs is somewhat complicated. According to Rockman Perfect Memories, an official Capcom sourcebook only available in Japan:

Main timeline
  • Mega Man takes place from 200X to 20XX.
  • Mega Man X begins in 21XX.
  • Mega Man Zero set 102 years after Mega Man X series, implied to be an alternate divergent story starting from Mega Man X6.
  • Mega Man ZX is set approximately 200 years after the Zero series.
  • Mega Man Legends takes place in an undetermined future, far after the events of all of the other previous titles.
Spin-off timeline

An alternate universe where network technology flourished instead of robotics.

  • Mega Man Battle Network takes place in 200X.
  • Mega Man Star Force takes place in 220X.
In other media In other video games

Various incarnations of Mega Man appear as playable fighters in the Marvel vs. Capcom series. The original was a playable fighter in Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes. He is assisted by his companion robots, Rush, Beat and Eddie. His sister robot, Roll, is also playable in both games, but is a secret character in the first game. Although he did not make a playable appearance in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, and its successor, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Zero from Mega Man X and Tron Bonne from Mega Man Legends appear as representatives for the series. Mega Man X appears as an alternate costume for Zero and Frank West and as a card in Heroes and Heralds mode. The original Mega Man appears in the arcade endings of Thor and Nova, and also appears on a poster in the Days of Future Past stage, and finally, as another card in Heroes and Heralds Mode. Mega Man X will appear as a playable character in Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite.

MegaMan.EXE and Zero both appear as bonus playable characters in the fighting game Onimusha Blade Warriors, while a different version of Mega Man, based on his appearance on the American box art of the first game, appears as a playable fighter in the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions of Street Fighter X Tekken. Mega Man Volnutt and Roll also make an appearance in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars, with Zero added to the U.S. version. In 2013, Mega Man was confirmed as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. An amiibo based on his appearance was confirmed on November 11, and can be utilized in Super Smash Bros. as well as Mario Kart 8 where it can be scanned to unlock a costume for the player's Mii based on Mega Man's. In Super Mario Maker, the player can unlock a Mega Man costume by scanning the character's amiibo.

Television appearances Further information: Mega Man (1994 TV series), Mega Man (2018 TV series), MegaMan NT Warrior, Mega Man Star Force (anime), and Captain N: The Game Master

The classic series was the source material for two animated television series both aptly named Mega Man and featuring the heroes, villains, and themes of the games. The first show was a three-part OVA called Mega Man: Upon a Star developed in Japan; the other, simply called Mega Man, was developed specifically for North American audiences by animation studio Ruby-Spears. Spin-off versions of the hero led to the series Mega Man NT Warrior and Mega Man Star Force. Mega Man was also a main character in Nintendo-themed series Captain N: The Game Master. A new 26-episode animated series produced by Dentsu Entertainment and developed by Man of Action Studios is currently planned for a 2018 release alongside the franchise's 30th anniversary.

Film adaptation

In 2015, 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment are developing a Mega Man movie with Peter Chernin producing along with Mike Ireland and Ryan Harrigan and David Ready and Michael Finfer will oversee the film. In July 2017, Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman were hired to write and direct the film with Masi Oka producing.


Various artbooks and source books have been released for many years in Japan, often including conceptual artwork, interviews with production staff, and background information on the storyline and concepts that are not present within the games themselves. One of the most well-known is the Rockman Perfect Memories sourcebook released in 2002 which first confirmed the presence of an alternate timeline (for Battle Network), as well as exactly where the Legends series fit into the fictional Mega Man universe.

Recently a series of artbooks called the Official Complete Works has been published for individual Mega Man series, showcasing a large collection of artwork and background information. To date, books for the Zero, Classic and X (released together as R20), Star Force, and Battle Network series have been produced. Although these books have for many years been exclusive to Japan, UDON Entertainment Corporation has finished translating the Official Complete Works series for the North American market, called "R25".

Comics and manga

Mega Man has also been featured in many comics and manga in Japan, although few have been localized in North America.

The most well-known series is produced by Hitoshi Ariga (who went on to provide character designs and artwork for future official Capcom releases, including the Super Famicom game Mega Man and Bass). The series began with Rockman Remix, followed with Rockman Megamix, and is currently being serialized as Rockman Gigamix. The Megamix portion of the series would eventually be brought to North American shores thanks to UDON Entertainment Corporation, also responsible for the localization of the short Mega Man ZX manga by Shin Ogino. In the original Mega Man series, Dr. Light was known as Dr. Right, so many of his robots featured in Ariga's comic have "R"s in their designs. UDON did not alter this detail in the English version of Mega Man Megamix.

In addition, Viz Media localized the 13-volume Rockman EXE manga by Ryo Takamisaki under the name MegaMan NT Warrior. Takamisaki would later serialize a short adaptation of Mega Man Star Force 3 that was never published outside Japan.

Some other manga series that have not been localized outside Japan include a 12-volume Rockman X adaptation by Yoshihiro Iwamoto, over 15 Classic and X adaptations by Shigeto Ikehara, a light-hearted adaptation of Rockman Zero by Hideto Kajima, a slapstick adaptation of Shooting Star Rockman by Masaya Itagaki, another Battle Network adaptation by Jun Keijima and Miho Asada called Rockman EXE Battle Story, and a short series of slapstick Battle Network and Star Force-themed adaptations by Takumi Kawano.

Dreamwave Productions and Brazilian publisher Magnum Press made its own comic books based on the classic game series. The Brazilian series, entitled Novas Aventuras de Megaman ("New Adventures of Megaman"), were originally published and sold in Brazil between 1996 and 1997 and drew certain criticism for featuring bizarrely altered storylines (with characters from several installments appearing at random, as well as erotic and sexual innuendo in Mega Man and X's relationship with Roll) as well for frequent nudity involving Roll and an original character named Princess, which attempted to take over the status as the main character of the comics; its sudden end on a cliffhanger is rumored to have been caused by Capcom's lawsuit threat to the publishers. The Dreamwave series lasted only four issues and also ended abruptly, with plot-threads from the first three issues being dropped completely in the final issue and the inclusion of a short story promising a Mega Man X follow-up that never materialized. This was one of several Dreamwave Capcom comics that were cut short or simply never made it to issue #1, including Maximo, Darkstalkers and Rival Schools.

Archie Comics See also: Mega Man (Archie Comics) This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (April 2016) Junior novel Further information: Worlds of Power

In 1990, a junior novel version of Mega Man 2 was released as part of the Worlds of Power novel series. Mega Man is turned human by Dr. Light during an accident in a machine designed to clone Mega Man. Instead of a Mega Buster, human Mega Man uses a hand gun and instead of being able to copy the robot master's weapons, he instead takes them off of their arms. For some reason being human does not affect him much and he is still able to consume E-drinks (Energy Tanks) and gain a power boost. The book follows the general plot of Mega Man 2 and even provides game hints at the end of some chapters.


Ascertaining the identity of video game composers, especially prior to the fifth generation of consoles, can be difficult, as the composers were often uncredited or credited under a pseudonym. Recent soundtrack releases and interviews have discovered the true names of the composers; and in some cases, specific track credits.

The indie rock music group The Protomen dedicated their first two albums to a rock opera based on Megaman, called The Protomen (2005) and Act II: The Father of Death (2009).


Mega Man series director Keiji Inafune announced the similarly themed Mighty No. 9 in September 2013, but after much controversy surrounding delays and mishandling, the game was released in June 2016 to a mixed-to-negative reception. Batterystaple Games released the Mega Man X-inspired 20XX in 2014.

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Marvel Gamerverse Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Iron Man & Mega Man X Exclusive Action Figure 2-Pack
Marvel Gamerverse Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Iron Man & Mega Man X Exclusive Action Figure 2-Pack
Marvel Gamerverse Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Iron Man & Mega Man X Exclusive Action Figure 2-Pack

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Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 - Nintendo Switch Standard Edition
Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 - Nintendo Switch Standard Edition
The celebrated Mega Man X series comes to Nintendo Switch! Play as Mega Man X – the powerful evolution of classic fighting robot Mega Man – as he battles a variety of deadly bosses known as Mavericks in eight exhilarating action-platformer games. Mega Man X Legacy Collection includes the legendary 16-bit titles and the series’ exciting foray into 32-bits: Mega Man X, Mega Man X2, Mega Man X3, and Mega Man X4. The heroic robot grows stronger as he takes down Mavericks and steals their weapons, and also has the ability to dash and wall jump for thrilling, fast-paced combat. Mega Man X’s mysterious friend, Zero, also joins the fray as a playable character later in this collection. Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 also spans two gaming eras, showcasing the evolution of the series with Mega Man X5, Mega Man X6, Mega Man X7, and Mega Man X8. A third playable character, Axl, joins the cast in Mega Man X7 and Mega Man X8 as the series jumps into a new realm of 3D character models and environments. In addition to eight iconic Mega Man X titles, both Mega Man X Legacy Collection and Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 come with an armory of new features. Test your Maverick-hunting skills in the new X Challenge mode, which pits players against two deadly bosses in a series of two-on-one battles. Think you can take down the slippery Chill Penguin and hulking Frost Walrus simultaneously? Give it your best shot! Additionally, Mega Man X Legacy Collection includes a huge museum filled with rare production art, catalogs of classic merchandise, a playlist of nostalgic commercials, and more. The collection also includes an animated a prequel film starring the origins of Mega Man X villain, Sigma. This is the ultimate way to experience the complete, high-octane Mega Man X series. *Includes a game card for Mega Man X Legacy Collection, and a download code for Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2

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Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 - PlayStation 4
Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 - PlayStation 4
The legacy continues with this collection of four of the iconic blue bomber's classic side-scrolling adventures, complete with all-new features and new ways to play these expansive games. A follow up to Mega man legacy collection which contain the series' original 8-bit titles, Mega man legacy collection 2 spans the Evolution and retro revolution of the series!

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PDP Pixel Pals Capcom Mega Man Collectible Lighted Figure, 878-025-NA-MEG-NB
PDP Pixel Pals Capcom Mega Man Collectible Lighted Figure, 878-025-NA-MEG-NB
Light up your world with Pixel Pals; collectible pixel-art renditions of your favorite iconic characters! We want you to show off what you love and shine bright with Pixel Pals. Pop in a couple AAA batteries and you're all set. First released in 1987, the Mega Man franchise continues to capture the hearts of classic gamers. Created by Capcom, Mega Man series has been featured in over 132 games on multiple systems and has sold over 30 million copies worldwide. With his classic blue armor and powerful Mega Buster, Mega Man is one of the video game industry's most recognizable characters.

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Mega Man Men's Running and gunning Since 1987" Vintage Tee, Royal, Medium
Mega Man Men's Running and gunning Since 1987" Vintage Tee, Royal, Medium
Officially Licensed graphic short sleeve adult T- Shirt. Manufactured by FREEZE

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GE Animation GE-8187 Mega Man 10 - MegaMan's Helmet Cosplay Hat
GE Animation GE-8187 Mega Man 10 - MegaMan's Helmet Cosplay Hat
Mega Man, known as Rockman in Japan, is a video game franchise from Capcom, starring the eponymous character Mega Man or one of his many counterparts. The series comprises well over fifty releases, making it Capcom's most prolific franchise.

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Mega Man X Collection - PlayStation 2
Mega Man X Collection - PlayStation 2
The Mega Man X Collection brings together six incredible adventures with Mega Man X and Zero! Join them as they relive their amazing first adventures, plus one you may never have seen before: The Blue Bomber's action-packed racing game, Mega Man Battle & Chase, never before released in America! Enjoy a total of seven Mega Man games with remixed soundtracks original and sketch art, plus many other cool features!

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Funko POP Games: Mega Man - Mega Man Action Figure
Funko POP Games: Mega Man - Mega Man Action Figure
From Mega Man, Mega Man, as a stylized POP vinyl from Funko! Figure stands 3 3/4 inches and comes in a window display box. Check out the other Mega Man figures from Funko! Collect them all!.

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Mega Man: Official Complete Works
Mega Man: Official Complete Works
With over 100 video games to his name, Mega Man is one of the most recognizable icons of gaming. Mega Man: Official Complete Works showcases 30 years of artwork from this classic series, featuring character designs, box art, promo art and many rarely seen art pieces. Fan favorites Proto Man, Bass & Treble, Rush, Dr. Wily, tons of robot baddies, and of course the blue bomber himself are all packed into this prestigious collection.

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