Beck enters the House of Layton.
Comcept and Armature mix Mega Man Legends and Metroid Prime together to create something new.
What gives, Inafune?
In a shocking twist, Nadia can't get Mighty No. 9 to stream from her Xbox One even though the rest of her games stream fine. Let's play Mega Man instead.
But how will the masses receive this new action hero in light of his troubled past?
Technical difficulties, vague promises, impatient fans, and ego make for a perfect Kickstarter horror show.
In part two of our interview, Keiji Inafune speaks about the Mega Man Legends successor's Kickstarter failure and its second lease on life.
The Internet has plenty of questions about the outspoken designer's latest project, so we dug up a few answers.
Four years after Capcom scrapped a third chapter, Comcept wants to pick up where Mega Man Legends left off. But is there enough demand to make this dream a reality?
Is this high-voltage platformer the second coming of Mega Man it appears to be?
A clumsy splatterfest, Ninja Gaiden Z is the diametric opposite of the series proper.
Zeboyd Games, Inis, Comcept and more -- including Ryse developer Crytek, oddly -- sign up to the ID@Xbox self-publishing program.
We catch up with Comcept's Keiji Inafune to discuss his project's reception back home, fearlessness of failure, and more of those hamburger metaphors he loves so much.
A brand new PSP game? In 2013? Yes, not only is Sweet Fuse a thing that exists, seemingly against all odds, but it's rather good, too. Pete spends some time with Keiji Inafune's niece and her army of suitors as the dastardly Count Hogstein attempts to make trouble for the man behind Mega Man.