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Capcom Announces "Mega May,” Bringing Six Mega Man Games to 3DS

Posted on Tuesday, April 1 @ 10:00:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Capcom has announced that it will be bringing a slew of Mega Man titles to 3DS beginning May 1st.

In a promotion the publisher is calling "Mega May," owners of Nintendo's latest handheld system will be able to pick up Mega Man II through V as well as Mega Man Xtreme and its sequel on the Virtual Console. 

The titles will be released one at a time, and the order in which they appear (well, at least the first one anyway) on the eShop will be determined by you, the gaming public. You can cast your vote on which title appears first right here.

The rest of the titles will roll out one at a time each following Thursday.
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