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Australian Ratings Have Appeared For Mega Man X Legacy Collection & Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2

We have not heard anything about the upcoming compilation of Mega Man X games for a while now. In fact, there has been nothing since Capcom confirmed it in December. That has now changed, because the Australian Classification Board has released ratings for Mega Man X Legacy Collection and Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2. This is the first indication that there will be two Mega Man X collections. Capcom hasn’t said anything on the matter, but we’ll let you know if they do. In the meantime, you’ll be able to enjoy the Mega Man X games on your Nintendo Switch later this summer.




    1. I believe they’ve already announced that they are, but yes they are still separated into two games. It’s more than 10 though, Mega Man and Bass is on there as well. Don’t remember if the arcade fighters are on there or battle and chase like the gen 6 collections.


    1. I think they separated them up pretty well actually if they go X1-4 and X5-8. There are a lot fewer fans of X5-8 than X1-4. As long as they’re both appropriately priced, I’m not against this.


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