A press release taken from the press section of Capcom's official site:
The original 2D classic Mega Man returns in Mega Man 10 for Nintendo WiiWare, Xbox LIVE and PlayStation Store. This latest Mega Man title continues to bring the series back to its old school roots with retro action platforming gameplay and classic 8-bit NES-style graphics and sound. Relive the Mega Man experience with classically inspired bosses, each with their own unique weapons and vulnerabilities.
Set within the zany Mega Man universe, it comes as no surprise that robotic shenanigans are afoot once again. The year is 20XX and a suspicious outbreak of Roboenza, a Robot Flu, has broken out. It spreads through the world like wildfire bringing down robots everywhere. People who have relied on helpful robots for ages are unnerved trying to live their lives without their robot assistance. But robots that would be aiding in the development of a vaccine can't do their jobs. One month after the outbreak, the situation worsens even more. Infected robots have gone out of control, destroying the city and holding it hostage! Who is behind this mess? It's up to Mega Man to take on this sinister threat and get to the bottom of this viral mystery.
New screenshots are also up on the Mega Man 10 page.
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