Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection Announced

Some GBA and DS classics are making a comeback!

By Robert Marrujo. Posted 08/27/2019 09:00 1 Comment     ShareThis

Update: Now confirmed! Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection will release physically and digitally on Switch January 21, 2020.

You can find more details in the original post below.

Well, this is a very pleasant surprise… if it’s true. It certainly seems to be true that Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection is a thing. There have been a litany of Tweets asserting that the compilation title was accidentally unveiled on the PlayStation Store in Hong Kong. You can see a couple of those tweets here and here.

  • Features Mega Man Zero, 2, 3, and 4 (Game Boy Advance) alongside Mega Man Zero ZX and ZX Advent (DS). The entire series was developed by Inti Creates, famous for the Gunvolt series, the new Blaster Master games, and more.
  • Music player lets fans listen to all of the series’ music.
  • Art gallery with multiple hi-res images to peruse.
  • Play with original pixel art or “high-quality filters.”
  • Dual screen controls for the ZX games are back, with different screen configurations available.
  • Casual Mode allows fans to play and experience the story with less challenge (the entire series is notoriously difficult).
  • Save-Assist offers the ability to save mid-stage.
  • Z Chaser is a new mode where players can race one another to get through a stage.

So, this all sounds great, right? The only caveat (beyond this still being a rumor) is that there’s been no confirmation for the title coming to Switch. Up to this point the previous Mega Man compilation games have hit Switch, so it’s very likely Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection could come to the console… but nothing is certain just yet.

Are you excited about this news? Share your thoughts in the comments and on social media!

Source: My Nintendo News

One Response to “Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection Announced”

  • 1558 points
    penduin says...

    I was sorely tempted especially by the ZX games, but never bought/played any of these in their original form. So count me in here!

    …Assuming it comes to Switch, that is. What a baffling disappointment it would be otherwise; can you imagine these diehard portable-Nintendo games getting released on everything _except_ the current portable Nintendo? …Actually, yes I can imagine it, that’s just how upside-down the world has become.

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