HomeNewsPSA: Nintendo Celebrates Mega Man Anniversary with eShop Sale Alex Irish December 17, 2014 News The iconic NES platformer Mega Man just turned 27 years old today. The Capcom release was released in Japan on December 17th, 1987. Nintendo of America, in utmost solidarity, wishes to celebrate the oft-ignored Blue Bomber with a slew of discounts on his classic games. Not only that, but another classic Mega Man title launched today to coincide: 2002’s Mega Man Zero for Game Boy Advance. Nintendo states that the discounts will last until December 22nd. The included games include: 3DS eShop Mega Man II, $1.49 Mega Man III, $1.49 Mega Man IV, $1.49 Wii U eShop Mega Man 5, $2.49 Mega Man 6, $2.49 Mega Man 7, $3.99 Finally, while Mega Man Zero has no such discount, it goes on sale for a bog standard $7.99. Are any of you enticed to relive one of Mega Man’s glory day adventures? Share this post: No related posts. Mega ManeShop9 Underrated Nintendo Games That Deserve More AttentionSecond Opinion: Xeodrifter (3DS eShop)About The AuthorAlex IrishEditor-in-Chief (Former)A man with a plan. My favorite video game franchise is Pokemon, but his favorite video game is Resident Evil 4. I can also tell you trivial cartoon factoids.