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Capcom and NubyTech Create Mega Man X Controllers

by Jonathan Metts - August 25, 2004, 11:24 am PDT
Total comments: 8 Source: Capcom Press Release

And now you can see it.

Mega Man X Controller


LOS ANGELES, Calif. – August 25, 2004 – NubyTech ® and Capcom ® today announced the upcoming release of its limited edition Mega Man ® controllers for the PlayStation ® 2 computer entertainment system and the Nintendo GameCube ä . The controllers feature a hi-tech design to bring out the futuristic feel of the Mega Man X series. NubyTech will also add customized Mega Man console decals to the collection so that gamers can enhance their videogame playground with futuristic graphics of their favorite hero. For more information please check out a dedicated website www.megamangamestuff.com.

“Mega Man is an extremely strong franchise with a dedicated fan base. We are very proud to introduce a line of video game accessories for Mega Man. We have integrated some innovative features and electric design into our Mega Man products to add some excitement to the Mega Man gaming experience,” remarked Paul Chen, NubyTech’s President and COO.

“The Mega Man series redefined the platform genre and with each new chapter, the franchise continues to evolve and expand, offering gamers more ways to enjoy the beloved blue bomber,” said Todd Thorson , director of marketing, Capcom USA . “With the Mega Man X themed NubyTech products, fans of the series can fully immerse themselves in two great new Mega Man adventures this holiday season.”

Capcom plans to release two new Mega Man X titles this holiday season: Mega Man ® X8 for the PlayStation 2 and Mega Man X Command Mission ™ for both the PlayStation 2 and GameCube. Mega Man X8 is a high speed action game starring Mega Man and his allies, Zero and Axl. Mega Man X Command Mission is a role playing game set within the Mega Man X universe. The Mega Man franchise, celebrating more than 15 years of entertaining kids of all ages, has sold more than 20 million units worldwide.


nickmitchAugust 25, 2004

Must. . .get. . .time. . .ma. . .chine. .

FamicomAugust 25, 2004

Is that a bigger D-pad I see? face-icon-small-shocked.gif

Flames_of_chaosLukasz Balicki, Staff AlumnusAugust 25, 2004

Does anyone know the quality of Nuby's controlers is it a good 3d party or just junk ? And is there a announced price to this yet? Design looks pretty cool.

theRPGFreakAugust 25, 2004

i want one just because it looks so cool!

Infernal MonkeyAugust 25, 2004

What's that button under the start button? I sorta make it out as 'Macro'. Macro furries? Macro Machines (they're like Micro Machines except very large and CRUSH). Or maybe it generates a real life Mega Man to get you cola while you play?

I want.

Bartman3010August 25, 2004

Probably for the other Z button on the left there. Map it to work as one of the other buttons.

KnoxxvilleAugust 25, 2004

....I like it!

KDR_11kAugust 25, 2004

Macro probably means you can remap buttons so you can play MMAC properly on this one...

Why do they only add paintjobs for these controllers? How about a completely new design?

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