The Truth Corner has been expanded with a few changes, most of these being related to Mega Man 9. The entry "Mega Man 9" now includes a complete explanation of the position of that game versus the older Mega Man & Bass. A new addition, "Does a Mega Man 9 NES ROM exists?" explains that no, you can't hope to play the game on an actual NES system.
Other changes and corrections are spread out through the section.
It's time for a new oekaki mini-contest! As requested by you, this has become a regular feature of the oekaki board. A new mini-contest is run every few months, each time with a different theme.
In the same format as before, this is a challenge based on participation and luck: anyone who submits a valid picture through the month will be entered to win a 20$ Amazon.com gift card. As such, anyone interested has a chance to win!
This month's theme: What is your favorite Mega Man moment?
The full details are available in the latest oekaki board announcement.
The contest began yesterday and ends on the January 31, 2009 at 23:59:59 according to Eastern time.
Good luck to all the contestants!
In order to celebrate the first anniversary of the Rockboard translation's release, I've updated the patch based on your feedback. The new version 1.1 adds a few lines of previously untranslated text, improves the text of a few misleading lines, and fixes a minor dialog bug.
This new version, still available in both "Mega Man" and "Rockman" flavors, is available for download right away. Happy gaming, and happy new year!
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