Category Archives: random
In December of 2007 Capcom put out a duo of arranged soundtrack albums for Rockman’s 20th anniversary. The Techno Arrange album contained the following track, a remixed version of Elec Man’s theme featuring a female computerized voice delivering a speech on Rockman’s origin at around the 1:45 mark. It is rather difficult to make out […]
Well spring has sprung, but I wouldn’t know it from looking out my window. There’s more snow outside right now as I’m writing this than I’ve seen during the entirety of this winter. At least I can gaze at this picture and pretend the seasons have cycled on. From the 2012 Capcom Girls Calendar, here’s […]
In honor of Rockman’s 25th birthday, I’m attempting something I’ve never managed to do in the past: 25 posts. IN A ROW. One for each year of Rockman’s existence. I’ll be putting up some very old and very rare stuff I’ve been saving for a special occasion. And this time, nothing’s gonna stop me… Unless […]
It’s our day of Thanksgiving here in the States. Why not take a minute to appreciate the people who are closest to you?
Here’s a random bit of the past for the TRUE FAN: an ad for the Nubytech MMX controller that ran in magazines and even the GCN Mega Man X Collection booklet.
You might say Hitoshi Ariga is a man who appreciates little cameos. His mangas tend to be full of them, the Rockman ones especially. It helps to keep an eye out, because you never know who might pop up in his works. Even Rock’s less famous older brother.
I have a confession to make: I don’t hate the Mega Man X iOS port. Yes, you read that right. I just don’t. Matter of fact, I don’t think it’s bad at all. It’s not the cheap cash-in mess of a game that it tends to be labeled as, if you ask me. Why do […]
Chances are I’ll be losing power before long, thanks to a certain hurricane. What will I do without electricity? (Besides continue to not update this blog?) I’m not sure, but maybe I’ll play a little Rockman. This is the Rockman Collection Box 20. Yes, the same one that Rockman Diorama World was advertising, and also […]