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Episode 280:

Mega Man 9

00:00 / 01:04

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In case you didn't know, I'm a bit of a Mega Man fan. And while I love most of his games, Mega Man 9 is like one of the best slices of a phenomenal pizza. This game is so...fucking...good.

And what's really wild about MM9 is that it kinda came outta nowhere. Mega Man 8 released in the late 90's, and while we had some spin-off games, it seemed like the mainline Mega series was Mega dead. And then all of sudden Capcom announced that a new game was in the works, and it was going back to its classic 8-bit roots. I was excited, but a little skeptical. Fortunately, it turned out that they not only reached, but exceeded my expectations. Mega Man 9 is beloved by practically every Mega Man fan, and with good reason. It might just be the best game in the series.

I'm rolling solo this week. I'm excited to kick off a new year of the show, and what better way than by talking about a game I could ramble about for hours without coming up for air. Let's talk Mega Man!

And before I get Mega, I put together another edition of the Infamous Intro!

This week, someone asks what retro consoles I currently own, and which ones am I looking to pick up? Have I ever scrapped an episode of the show because I wasn't happy with it? And a listener wonders if they should scold their son for not holding "run" while playing Mario?

Plus we play another round of 'Play One, Remake One, Erase One', too! This one features 3 of the highest rated Capcom games on Metacritic: Street Fighter 4, Devil May Cry, and Resident Evil: Code Veronica!

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