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Capcom has today revealed the first celebration of Mega Man's 25th anniversary, with the launch of free title Street Fighter X Mega Man. Featuring iconic Mega Man, players will be able to fight against eight iconic Street Fighter levels and bosses in the 8-bit world created and developed by Singapore native Seow Zong Hui.
A true collaboration between a company and its fans, Street Fighter X Mega Man was created and developed by Singapore native Seow Zong Hui (aka “Sonic”) with direction and support provided by Capcom. The game stars Mega Man and features eight brand-new Street Fighter-themed levels and bosses inspired by the legendary fighting game series. Each boss character will utilize their individual strategies and special moves against Mega Man, as players attempt to mega blast their way through each uniquely charming 8-bit world.
While Capcom's servers are having a bit of trouble keeping up with the demand, AusGamers has a local download link available here for anyone eager to fight against classics like Ryu, Blanka and Chun-Li.

Capcom has also revealed future plans for the 25th anniversary, including plans to release the side-scrolling classics Mega Man to Mega Man 6 as downloads for Nintendo 3DS. Eager fans can expect the titles to appear starting from December 27th, with the original Mega Man being the first available title.



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