Mega Man Perfect Harmony Features 4 Player Cooperative Play

By Evan Doiron On 19 Dec, 2011 At 04:14 PM | Mission: Gaming | With 0 Comment

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Well, I’m afraid the time has come to write an article about Mega Man. I tried to put it off for as long as possible. See, I’m a huge fan of the Mega Man series and I was afraid that once I wrote an article about it, I’d be opening up a flood gate that I would never be able to shut again. I was going to wait until a new title or some other big news popped up regarding Mega Man, but then I found this, and I couldn’t stop myself.

Mega Man Perfect Harmony is a fan made game by creator Rud that features up to four player cooperative play. There are going to be quite a few playable characters including Mega Man, Proto Man, Enker, Bass, and Roll. There are also quite a few of the old robot masters that appear to be playable. Rud claims that the game is the first in a series of four games that takes place between the classic and X series, about 50 years before Mega Man X is awakened. On his website Rud explains that the series aims to explain how peace is finally achieved by the classic series characters until X is unearthed, but I`m optimistically speculating that he will also use Perfect Harmony to bridge the gap between the two series. While it obviously wouldn`t be canon, I`d like to see what he comes up with.

The game is currently in development but there is a playable demo available for download. Head over to Rocks Clan to check it out. I`ll leave you guys with one of the trailers.


About - A gamer since childhood, I'm the unofficial retro gaming writer at Mission:Geek with a heavy focus on the NES and SNES era, but my content won't be exclusive to that topic. To be honest, most of my stuff will be about gaming in general, but if I'm passionate about it, I'll cover it.

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