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To round out the Mega Man, err, legacy. After the excellent Mega Man X Legacy Collection we got last year, and the NES Mega Man compilations from a few years back, it looks like Capcom is set to complete entire library with the upcoming Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection headed to PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

And in case you've never seen or played the Mega Man Zero games, these were released for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS systems. As per the trailer below this means a look and feel that is similar to the Mega Man X 16-bit creations for the Super Nintendo.

One again Capcom will offer players the choice to play with sprite filters on, or in their original heavily pixelated forms. Plus, save states and a more casual mode to make them less challenging. The collection will include Mega Man Zero 1-4, plus Mega Man ZX & ZX Advent - for a total of six games. The collection is due for release on January 21, 2020.

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