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January 2011

New feature: comment on FanArt!
Site news, by Dr. Cossack on 30 January 2011 at 20:46

In the same line as the previous upgrade allowing you to speak up on the news, you now have the option to comment on any picture included in the FanArt gallery!

As before, in order to post your opinion of each picture, you'll have to register on the message board. Each art piece is displayed in it's own topic, making it easy to share your thoughts with the other members. The posts will be displayed on both the board and the gallery itself.

If you were thinking about submitting some pictures but never got around to it, now is a good time! You can also get your friends to join and give you some feedback publicly!

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Rockman Complete Works (1) on the PSN
Original Series, by Dr. Cossack on 17 January 2011 at 23:09

In a surprising move, it was announced today that the Rockman Complete Works version of Mega Man 1 will be hitting the Playstation Network in North America tomorrow. Set at 5.99$, this is the improved port of Mega Man 1 that was released in Japan a decade ago on the Playstation One. The game will most likely be untranslated from it's original Japanese, but this should be no big deal for a platformer.

It has been my firm opinion over the past several years that the Rockman Complete Works versions of the six first games are the definite ones to own, thanks to their extra features and minor tweaks (saves!) that improve the overall experience without losing anything. If the five other games also make it, we're in for a treat.

Source: Protodude's Rockman Corner|PlayStation Blog

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New feature: comment on the news!
Site news, by Dr. Cossack on 16 January 2011 at 21:42

A new feature is now available to you today: the ability to comment on the updates! You can now click on each news' title to see the ongoing discussion, if any has already started, along with a link allowing you to comment. Simple!

To be able to join in the discussion, you'll have to be registered on the message board. Come to chat with us, we're a friendly bunch! Once registered, you'll be able to read the topics linked to each news update, and reply back. Your messages will then be displayed automatically on the board and on the site itself.

Try it out!

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