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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Mar 9, 2010.
WTF is this? MegaMan?
LOL Yes, In Japan it's called Rockman.
He is also known as the blue bomber.
Hehe, I have Megaman 10 and now I am so getting Rockman 10! No difference, I know.
Lol why 'Rock'?
Roll (his sister)
Bass (Megaman and Bass)
Beat (the bird)
Lol. We should actually be wondering why it was changed to "Mega"Man when localized not backwards.
Because Roll wasn't in the early American versions.
Please.. No guess.. If you want to know then dont be afraid and go to capcom of usa forum and ask them why and they will tell you why because it is something to do with copyright somewhere. I forgot where.
Really ? Tell me.
His most notable appearances have been within his own self-titled games, beginning with Rockman for the Nintendo Famicom in 1987. This, and all future Mega Man games released in North America and Europe, would bear the title "Mega Man" due to Capcom USA's early decision to change the name. Prior to decision on the name "Mega Man" which was proposed by Joseph Morici, Capcom had even considered the name "Rainbow Man" as a possible title due to the nature of Mega Man's color change when using different Robot Master weapons.
Wow you're a retard for telling him he's wrong and then referring to a fucking WIKI and saying that somehow that HAS to be true... retard
So guys you know, all Capcom games first stared in America, so they translated Megaman to Rockman and not vicebersa
lmao, has to be a joke post.
Tell me a name in Japanese from Capcom