@ludist210 I guess it's just install base then. Colin from Kinda Funny was saying that the Wii U is selling worse than either the GCN or the Dreamcast, not sure if that's true or not, but I guess if a company is only looking at pure numbers and that's how they make their decisions then Wii U isn't worth it. Same with Vita apparently because no Vita version either.
Anyway, I don't have these on 3DS so I'll probably get this collection, if the "museum" seems worth it, and if it supports 3-D that would be even better.
This is cool, but I just beat all these games earlier this year on the Gamecube Mega Man collection. It's nice that Capcom's doing something with Mega Man, but rereleasing NES Mega Man titles isnt a big deal for them. They've done it consistently for the past decade or so with the GC/PS2/Xbox, Wii, 3DS, and Wii U. Hopefully this reaches a wide enough market with the non-Nintendo systems to convince Capcom that the face of their company is worthy of new games.
I'm not sure I can trust even Capcom with Mega Man games. Anniversary Collection and X Collection had some major issues. The only time Mega Man games have really been well represented upon return was on Nintendo's own Virtual Console service.
Surprised to see a new (well, kinda?) Mega Man game. I was excited for a moment until I found out
1) No Wii U version. BOOOOO!! 2) MM1-6 only, which is smaller than the GCN's Anniversary Collection. 3) Seemingly scant additional content. Was kinda hoping "With HD flair" meant an updated look for the games. Or at least Mega Man Powered Up style playable bosses and stage creation.
As it is, I'll pass. Lame of Capcom to give Nintendo the shaft AGAIN.
To be fair, they are not giving Nintendo the shaft. It's coming out on 3DS. That's Nintendo hardware. Also, Capcom has offered these games to Nintendo gamers multiple times - this is the first time since the PS2 era that these games have been available to PS/XB gamers.
Still, so weird to only include the NES games. I know both 7 and 8 aren't exactly universally praised, but come on now. It's even kind of strange that 9 and 10 are both excluded. They could have at least included those and called this an "8-bit only" collection, or something.
Pfft, come to think of it? Capcom will probably offer those 4 games later as DLC.