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Capcom Provides Mega Launch Details For Mega Man Legacy Collections On Switch

by Donald Theriault - February 19, 2018, 11:57 am EST
Total comments: 3 Source: Capcom

Now, about those X releases...

Capcom will be holding two different collection releases on Switch in May.

Following the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, Capcom will also launch the Mega Man Legacy Collection titles on Switch May 22. The eShop releases will be separate, with Legacy Collection 1 (Mega Man 1-6) costing US$14.99 and Legacy Collection 2 (7-10) holding a $19.99 price tag. The Switch version of the first collection will include the fan-created challenges previously found on the 3DS release, while both games will support Amiibo.

A physical release will also be available the same day for $39.99. The package will include the first Legacy Collection on a Switch card, a download code for the second, and a 30th anniversary cleaning cloth.


EnnerFebruary 20, 2018

that a physical and digital split for the retail collection is kind of a bummer.

Quote from: Enner

that a physical and digital split for the retail collection is kind of a bummer.

Agreed, there are a lot of problems with it.  I'd rather just get it digitally at that rate.

Mop it upFebruary 23, 2018

This would be less ridiculous if this weren't already $5 more than buying digital. Shouldn't that cover the cost?

Speaking of, are there any actual sources on how much it costs to manufacture the various sizes of Switch game cards compared to PS4 and Xbone discs? I hear a lot of talk about it but haven't seen any numbers.

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