Capcom confirmed today that in celebration of the Mega Man series' 30th anniversary the iconic hero will return in brand new release Mega Man 11. Wily and some new tricks from Mega Man, including the new "double gear" system.
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Meanwhile, the Power Gear buffs up the trademark Mega Buster, allowing it to fire two charged shots at once.
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Mega Man 11 is the first mainline Mega Man game after a long time. In it, we get a glimpse at some of the new Robot Masters that will be making their debut, along with some of the more challenging levels you'll come across within the game. Careful, though - you can't turn this technique off once it's active, and Mega Man will be severely weakened afterwards. It's available to pre-order on Amazon now with a 20% Prime discount. It seemed that a new, slightly more modern Mega Man would be nothing but a pipe dream. If used too much, the Double Gear system will overheat, forcing it offline until it can cool down. Brick Man can form blocks out of thin air, while Fuse Man moves with electrifying speed. Light, who also recalls this inventive idea, decides to upgrade Mega Man with this powerful prototype known as the Double Gear system.
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