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Owlboy artist makes playable mock-up for new Mega Man game

I wanted to see if I could. Apparently I can. I am not making a promise to make anything. It's just something fun to mess with during my weekend. And yes, you can do a slide shot. — Simon S. Andersen (@snakepixel) December 10, 2017 It's Mega Man's 30th birthday and Capcom is finally showing their once-thought-dead mascot some love. By this time next year, every mainline Mega Man and Mega Man X will be available on just about all the major consoles, and with any luck, Mega Man 11 will be out by then as well.
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