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Remember in the thread for the X Legacy Collection 1+2 when I asked if there would be any more Teen-rated games in the Mega Man franchise after that game? Here's our answer: Now officially announced for January 2020, Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection will be the 2nd T-rated title in the franchise behind the X Legacy Collection 1+2 (or 3rd, counting the 30th Anniversary Bundle). The Zero games were originally edited outside of Japan due to the depiction of blood-like oil and any mentioning of killing or death, but it looks like those edits will be done away with here
 
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Wow, that's awesome. If I didn't already have all the games, I'd get this, and even then, that new multiplayer mode is tempting...
 

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I've bought Dragon Marked for Death on Nintendo Switch just because it has similar gameplay and art style with Megaman Zero. Now I'm really happy to play the actual game again.
 

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