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Infaune Aiding in Development of Mega Man-esque 3DS Exclusive

Posted on Saturday, March 8 @ 07:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune is working with Inti Creates (the studio behind the Mega Man Zero series) on a new 2D side-scrolling action game for 3DS. It's called Azure Striker: Gunvolt and looks fantasitc.

See it in action in the trailer below.



It's a shame we're not getting more proper Mega Man games from Capcom, but it's great to see Infanue do what he can to fill that void with Mighty No. 9 and now this new 3DS exclusive. Nintendo gamers have reason to be excited.
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