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Mega Man might be igniting a cartridge gaming renaissance

Could gaming cartridges be the new vinyl?
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Capcom x iam8bit Mega Man 2

Capcom and iam8bit are bringing back the blue bomber in his full, cartridge-based glory for 30th Anniversary of the Mega Man franchise. Mega Man 2 for the NES and Mega Man X for the SNES are being re-released complete with the classic packaging that's been updated with special details like foil and gloss embossments, fold-out covers, and specially-colored cartridges. Both games are fully playable and work just like they used to on their respective systems. 

Both games will be released in a limited run of 8,500 copies.

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