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Capcom's TGS plans include a 30th anniversary Mega Man panel stream

Capcom is really raking in the nostalgia when it comes to TGS this year. Their lineup basically consists of well known and beloved IPs, from Dead Rising to Marvel vs. Capcom, to Resident Evil, to Monster Hunter, and two of their seven playable games are Switch related (both RE: Revelations). The stream side doesn't seem to be very different, as they'll have various panels based on their huge properties, including a Mega Man 30th anniversary talk.
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