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January 2005

New FanArt update
Site news, posted by Dr. Cossack on 27 January 2005 at 1:39 [Link]

The FanArt archive was updated again today thanks to the effort of two previous contributors: The Wax added 9 new pictures to his already impressive list of pictures, while Z. King submitted two new fan reploids. As per tradition, the new pictures are all located right here.

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A new section: the PC games!
Site news, posted by Dr. Cossack on 12 January 2005 at 21:58 [Link]

For the first update of 2005, I'm offering you something I've been working on for the last several months: a detailed listing of all the official Mega Man games ever released on the computer! It only makes sense that this site would have that information, after all. I've compiled the information over time from various sources. There, you'll find (as available) the official game description, the system requirements, my comments as well as buying tips. For example, did you know that you can still order brand new copies of Mega Man 3 from the web? Or that Mega Man X6 on the PC might happen?

The left menu was modified to accomodate this latest addition: the "SAR Info" and "MMBN Info" links were removed, while a new link called "Games Info" has been added. From there, you can reach any of the previously available pages as well as the new one.

Along with this update, the downloads section received two additions: the shareware demo for Mega Man X1 on the PC, and the update patch for Mega Man X5! Feel free to get them if you're interested.

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