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Mega Man series

Mega Man series

Mega Man, known as Rockman (ロックマン, Rokkuman) in Japan, is a video game franchise from Capcom, starring the robot character Mega Man, or one of his many counterparts. The series comprises well over fifty releases, making it Capcom's most prolific franchise. As of December 31, 2010, the series has sold approximately twenty-nine million copies worldwide. The Mega Man games began in 1987 with the first Mega Man game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. This game and those that followed comprise the original series, which has since been followed by several spin-off series in the same fictional universe.

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  • Mega Man. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved Nov 26, 2012 (source)

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Mega Man 8: What Could Have Been?

B+I don't know if you, the reader, agree, but when Mega Man 9 came out people were overjoyed that Capcom had successfully reinvigorated a series that was considered stale. And then promptly returned to the "old standard" with Mega Man 10. But what gets me about this is that everyone seems to forget Mega Man 8, was is far as I am concerned a great step forward for the future of the Mega Man series. Read on

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