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Mega Man Zero And ZX Series Receive Legacy Collection Treatment

by Donald Theriault - August 27, 2019, 7:24 pm PDT
Total comments: 2 Source: Capcom Unity

So the Battle Network Legacy Collection will have... 20 games?

The Mega Man Legacy Collection train will start rolling again in 2020.

Capcom have announced a Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection for release on Switch (and other consoles) on January 21, 2020. The four Mega Man Zero (GBA) and two ZX (DS) titles will be in one package, with a MSRP similar to the other Legacy Collections of $29.99 US.

Among the extras in the package are a casual mode similar to 2010's Mega Man Zero Collection (DS) where spikes and pits don't cause death, optional midpoints, and a new Z Chaser race mode.

Talkback

EnnerAugust 27, 2019

Oh, this is so tempting. I had a great time with the first Zero game.

Luigi DudeAugust 29, 2019

Nice to see they included both ZX games.  I always figured we'd get a Zero collection after X was announced last year, but wondered if they would bother with the ZX games since there was only 2 of them and MMLC 2 and both X collections only had 4 games in each of them.  Especially since the sales of the ZX games were down from the Zero series and DS games being harder to emulate, I worried Capcom would just release the 4 Zero games and call it a day, so I'm very happy to see both ZX were included as well.

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