mega man

You can pre-order your own Mega Man Pop! Vinyl Figure for the low, low price of $10.

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Because if you can’t have your own light-up Mega Man Mega Buster Gun Replica what’s the point of getting up in the morning? Grab your own for the low, low price of $80.

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I would play the hell out of an 8-bit Iron Man game built with plenty of Mega Man style.

8-bit Cinema: Iron Man in 60 Seconds

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Yeah, I’d play that game.

Mega Man With a Portal Gun

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Check out this pretty sweet metallic Mega Man X action figure which will be an exclusive release for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.

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At least that’s the message I’m taking away from this stop motion fan film featuring the 8-bit hero taking on the toy of the CGI-version of Starscream from Michael Bay’s Transformers (and a host of other robots as well).

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Mixing two things that we love: Marvel Comics characters and classic Mega Man here are 54 of Marvel’s heroes and villains rendered in 8-bit awesomeness created by suzuran. How many can you name?

[via Geekosystem]

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If you’re reading this, it’s pretty safe to assume you’re irrationally nostalgic about a handful of classic NES games like I am. Prepare to be awed by the incredible fidelity of the following stop-motion recreations.

Right? I can’t for the life of me figure out what the first game is, though. Tell me in the comments if you know.

(via Topless Robot)

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Mario, Link, Samus, Mega Man… if you owned a NES back in the day then this little flash game was made just for you. Here’s Super Mario Bros. Crossover.*

Because I’ve always wanted to play Super Mario Bros. as Mega Man!

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