Mega Man Legends 2 Out Today on US PSN, Go Get It
Today you can finally pick up Mega Man Legends 2 on PSN, which most (myself included) never believed would ever see a release. It’s only a small fraction of the price of getting a potentially scratched up disc online, so even if you don’t have a US PSN, get one and pick this up.
Many titles have gone from 2D to 3D with varied success. Sonic always struggled to make his 3D mark whereas Super Mario knocked it out of the park on his first attempt. Mega Man has widely been regarded as another of those success stories, but only on the Playstation. Mega Man Legends is to the original series what Super Mario 64 is to its originals, but many people don’t know that because the N64 received a lackluster port by the name of Mega Man 64 that had compressed audio, graphical blurring, lack of cutscenes, and in many opinions worse controls. Even if you have an old PS1 or grab a PS3 (all will play PS1 games), it’s still not that easy with the three titles in the Mega Man Legends series fetching some high prices. The first title, available on PSN now for $10, has a modest average price online of about $30, but the prequel and sequel prices have skyrocketed. Recently The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, a prequel to Mega Man Legends, released on PSN for a mere $6 but before that finding the actual disc meant spending $150-$225. The final nail, Mega Man Legends 2, was claimed by Capcom to be stuck in a licensing nightmare that would probably never see a PSN release…until today. Now the game that will cost you $70-$90 online can be had for a much lower $10 price tag. Complete the trilogy and enjoy yet another gem from the past made easily available thanks to retro ports like this.