11 posts tagged servbot
These Servbots are ready to play with their AR Cards (check out the Mega Man ones!), but no one brought a 3DS!
They all look so happy. Someone must have forgotten to tell them about Mega Man Legends 3…
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Following yesterday’s reveal of the Mega Man Legends 3 Prototype Version, Capcom has opened the Japanese site for the 3DS title. It features info about the game and the downloadable (paid) demo, along with a 3D model viewer for new characters Barrett and Aero. You can inspect Barrett in close detail and from multiple angles to confirm for yourself that the Prototype Version protagonist is, in fact, not Mega Man WHAT THE HELL CAPCOM (Kidding [kind of]).
I’m also pretty excited about the new downloads. All the previous wallpapers are there, for both phone and PC, as well as a new Barrett wallpaper — and Servbot Twitter icons, which you better believe I downloaded right the hell as soon as I saw them. There might have been some audible cheering.
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Another shot of SOTA’s Servbot Bobble Buds, previously an exclusive San Diego Comic-Con giveaway item, now available to all Mega Man fans through Capcom’s online store!
Capcom produced 1,000 of these, almost half of which was given away at Comic-Con, and is taking $9.99 preorders for the remaining 3.5-inch-tall Bobble Buds. As you can see in the image, the figure’s entire body fits in its own head!
Servbot Bubble Buds by SOTA Toys, available at Capcom’s booth at Comic-Con (which takes place from July 22-25). These cute, spherical renditions of Tron Bonne’s helpers have a bit of a “wow”-inducing feature: they’re capsule toys — and their heads are the capsules. Mind blown!
Maybe it’s a little creepy wearing a face on top of your face, but Servbots are basically the best Mega Man characters ever. Besides, any judgments I would make about these things are purely academic, since I’d be too afraid of drawing attention to myself if I actually wore one. Plus I live in a climate where you need a hat maybe two days out of the year.
Servbot pudding from Tokyo Game Show 2000. “I Am Pudding,” the package says. “Anybody Who Eats Me Will Be Happy. Try Me, Please!”
That year, the Tokyo Game Show achieved record levels of happiness.
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Actually, this adorable photo is part of a small photo set Capcom Unity posted along with a Servbot match video from Marvel vs. Capcom 2 (see more here). These pictures of Servbots having a meeting, going over strategy, and presumably dreaming of curry rice and B lunch, are just fantastic.
Servbot coffee mugs, made for the Korean launch of Dead Rising. Keiji Inafune signed 500 of these things and even drew little Mega Man heads on some of them. They’re absolutely perfect, except for two small issues:
- The Dead Rising logo
- My house is located nowhere near Korea
In related news, the header for Inafune’s blog is adorably inscrutable. Gotta love the solid gold laptop and coin fountain, but what’s up with the tiger-skin undies?
[Via Capcom Unity]
Amazing Tron Bonne-in-Gustaff/Giga Servbot cosplay. This whole outfit is up for sale on eBay, excluding, presumably, the Servbot’s jeans and dress shoes. The bid is currently at $850.
The eBay auction features tons of pictures of every detail of the costume, from the Gustaff’s control panel to the Servbot’s arms to the smoke machine to the bag of Friskies Feline Favorites that may not actually be part of the auction (though you should ask if interested).
This wonderful work of costume artistry references two of my favorite Capcom games: Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 and The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, a game I’m happy to just think about.