A Mega Man 8-bit FPS? Make It So!

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAXA0zDIwJ0&feature=player_embedded

“Doom” meets “Mega Man” isn’t normally a pair you thought would be a match made in heaven, but after watching this short preview video, I WANT IT. It’s an 8-bit FPS featuring Mega Man blasting away his enemies, and I think if you did it right, it could be like kind of a retro Team Fortress 2 with different classes if you made all the bosses playable characters.

Sure, you could upgrade the graphics, but as proven with Mega Man 9, the best way to do nostalgia is to change nothing at all. Hell, I’m still waiting for a Nintendo 64-only sequel to Super Smash Bros. What, a boy can dream can’t he?

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  1. Bosker February 17, 2010
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