Remember how Capcom community manager Brett Elston said that the release of Mega Man Battle Network 2 on the Wii U Virtual Console might not make 2014? Well, it looks like Japanese players won’t have to wait that long after all, because Battle Network: Rockman EXE 2‘s Japanese release date has been announced. The game will be launching on the eShop one week from now, on 12th November 2014.0 comments
Watch the trailer below; notice anything familiar? Mobile game dev Foursaken Media, consisting of four brothers making video games, has created Phantom Rift, an adventure RPG for Android and iOS that draws heavily from Mega Man Battle Network.0 comments
Today is August 12th, 2014. Why is this day special? It’s The Rockman EXE Zone’s 8th anniversary. Way back in 2006, megarock.exe and Greiga Master started this forum to create a community for all kinds of EXE fans. While many communities have come and gone, we still stand and we will continue to be the premier destination for Mega Man Battle Network!0 comments
It’s almost here! The first GBA game, Mega Man Battle Network, will be released on Wii U Virtual Console this Thursday, July 24th 2014. Like the other GBA games, the game will be priced at €6.99.
Furthermore, even though this is the European release, players will receive the North American version of the game. Owners of the original GBA game will notice that it does not show the Ubisoft logo when you start up the game. Aside from that, the games are identical.
The North American release dates for the MMBN games are still up in the air. We’ll keep you posted!0 comments
Capcom today announced that Capcom Special Selection: Rockman EXE, a soundtrack focusing on the first Mega Man Battle Network game will be released on September 25th, together with a Rockman Xover soundtrack.
The soundtrack itself contains a number of tracks from Mega Man Battle Network (1), as well as Operate Shooting Star’s rendition of THEME OF ROCKMAN EXE. The latter debuts the game’s music on a physical disc. It will also come with a 32-page, B5-sized artwork book containing unreleased artwork that was not included in the Mega Man Battle Network Official Complete Works.
Here’s how the art originally looked in the Official Complete Works:
Want to see the MMBN games played really, really fast in rapid succession for a good cause? In just one month, the speedrunning group TeamBN will be ripping yet again through all six main Mega Man Battle Network games, spin-offs, fangames, and for the first time, all of Mega Man Star Force as well. As usual, you will be able to donate during the marathon, with all donations going to Doctors Without Borders. There will be donation incentives as well.
The marathon is set to start on July 18th at 5:30 PM UTC (that’s 1:30 PM EDT, 10:30 AM PDT and 7:30 PM CEST) and will run for approximately 37 hours. The current list of games being played is as follows:1 comment
Capcom may not have an E3 press conference, but it seems that won’t stop them from dropping a few bombs! Capcom community manager Brett Elston has just posted an update detailing Capcom’s Virtual Console plans for the near future. Among other games, a number of MMBN games will be joining BN3 on the Wii U Virtual Console:0 comments
With the recent release of GBA titles for the Wii U Virtual Console, fans have been wondering whether Mega Man Battle Network would get the VC treatment. It seems we don’t have to wait very long; the Australian rating office OFLC has just re-rated Mega Man Battle Network 3: White and Blue as multi-platform games.3 comments
Did you catch a glimpse of Mega Man’s new Final Smash during the special Super Smash Bros. edition of today’s Nintendo Direct? If so, you might have seen some familiar faces…
That’s right — all four other (yes, count ‘em, four) Mega Men pop out to help our classic hero, including MegaMan.EXE from Battle Network and MegaManSF from Star Force 1 and 2. Together with X and Mega Man Volnutt, they fire off a 5-way Buster blast that obliterates everything.1 comment
If you’ve been keeping a close eye on some TREZ staffers’ YouTube channels lately, you might have seen Greiga Master’s co-op multiplayer patch in action already. This unique mod of MMBN6 lets you team up with another player, both controlling the same side of the field, to take down one of the in-game bosses.