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Latest revision as of 18:42, 10 November 2019

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Mega Man series
Developer Capcom
Publisher Capcom
Systems As noted below
Released 1987-present (video games)
1989-present (television)
1989-present (film)
1996-present (comics)
Added to
Museum
As noted below

The Mega Man series, known as the Rockman series in Japan, is a Japanese multimedia series consisting of video games, television shows, a film, music, and comic books.

It was spun off into the Mega Man X series, the Mega Man Legends series, Mega Man Battle Network series, the Mega Man Zero series, the Mega Man ZX series, the Mega Man Star Force series, the Mega Man fighting series, and the Mega Man sports series.

Character biographies

Rock is a robot created by Dr. Light (Dr. Right in Japan), along with his sister, a robot named Roll.

Dr. Light's Rival, Dr. Wily, sends his own robots out on a path of destruction, so Rock transforms into Mega Man (Rockman in Japan) to defeat the robots.

When he defeats each robot, Mega Man absorbs their powers. He uses all of these powers to defeat Dr. Wily's many robots, and ultimately Dr. Wily himself.

Video games in the Mega Man series

Title Developer System Release Notes
Mega Man Capcom NES 1987 The NES version is on Mega Man Legacy Collection for the PS4, owned by the WEC Museum.
A 16-bit remake is in Mega Man: The Wily Wars for Sega Genesis, which is included on the Sega Genesis Mini owned by WEC Museum.
Mega Man 2 Capcom NES 1988 The NES version is on Mega Man Legacy Collection for the PS4, NES Classic Edition, and Super Retro Cade owned by the WEC Museum.
The Famicom version is on the Famicom Mini owned by the WEC Museum.
A 16-bit remake is in Mega Man: The Wily Wars for Sega Genesis, which is included on the Sega Genesis Mini owned by WEC Museum.
Mega Man Rozner Labs DOS 1990 The WEC Museum owns the DOS version.
Mega Man 3 Capcom NES 1990 The NES version is on Mega Man Legacy Collection for the PS4 and Super Retro Cade owned by the WEC Museum.
A 16-bit remake is in Mega Man: The Wily Wars for Sega Genesis, which is included on the Sega Genesis Mini owned by WEC Museum.
Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge Minakuchi Engineering Game Boy 1991 The Game Boy version is on the Nintendo 3DS owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man 3 Rozner Labs DOS 1991 The WEC Museum owns the DOS version.
Mega Man 4 Capcom NES 1991 The NES version is on Mega Man Legacy Collection for the PS4 owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man II Japan System House Game Boy 1991 The Game Boy version is on the Nintendo 3DS owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man 5 Capcom NES 1992 The NES version is on Mega Man Legacy Collection for the PS4 owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man III Minakuchi Engineering Game Boy 1992 The Game Boy version is on the Nintendo 3DS owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man IV Minakuchi Engineering Game Boy 1993 The Game Boy version is on the Nintendo 3DS owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man 6 Capcom NES 1993 The NES version is on Mega Man Legacy Collection for the PS4 owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man V Minakuchi Engineering Game Boy 1994 The Game Boy version is on the Nintendo 3DS owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man 7 Capcom SNES 1995 The SNES version is on Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 for the Xbox One owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man Freestyle Game Gear 1995
Mega Man 8 Capcom PS1 1996 The PS1 version is on Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 for the Xbox One owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man & Bass Capcom GBA 1998 The Game Boy Advance version is on the Wii U owned by the WEC Museum.
Rockman & Forte: Challenger from the Future Layup Wonderswan 1999
Mega Man 9 Inti Creates
Capcom
Xbox One 2008 It is on Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 for the Xbox One owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man 10 Inti Creates
Capcom
Xbox 360
Xbox One
2010 The WEC Museum owns the Xbox 360 version.
It is on Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 for the Xbox One owned by the WEC Museum.
Mega Man 11 Capcom Xbox One 2018