Mega Man 7, 8, 9, 10 Collection Leaked (Possibly)

A new collection of Mega Man games may soon emerge, according to a Korean Game Ratings Board listing, with publisher Capcom seemingly applying for “Rockman Legacy Collection 2” to be rated. Rockman is, of course, the name given to Mega Man in some international markets.

The listing, which refers to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions, states the proposed game “combines 710 of the Rockman series that have been released in the past.” The original Mega Man as well as 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 were all already put into one game with the first Mega Man Legacy Collection.

That bundle was released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in 2015, before later coming to 3DS. It cost $ 15 digitally, though physical versions, which arrived later, were priced at $ 30. In addition to the first six games in the series, the collection included a new challenge mode and a collection of images, concept art, and other assets from the iconic franchise’s history. It also came with Full, Wide, and Original viewing options and online leaderboards with video replays.

It’s worth noting that the first collection did not remaster or remake the classic titles in any way: the original games were “recreated faithfully, with all of their glitches and frame rate issues intact,” according to our Mega Man Legacy Collection review.

The latest mainline Mega Man game was 2010’s Mega Man 10, while long-time series director Keiji Inafune launched his spiritual successor Mighty No. 9 to mixed reception last year.

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