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'''Maverick Hunter''' (Not to be confused with ''[[Mega Man Maverick Hunter X]]'') is the codename of a cancelled ''[[Mega Man (franchise)|Mega Man]]'' game that was going to be a first-person shooter themed around a new Mega Man character.
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'''Maverick Hunter''' (Not to be confused with ''[[Mega Man Maverick Hunter X]]'') is the codename of a cancelled ''[[Mega Man (franchise)|Mega Man]]'' game that was going to be a first-person shooter based on the ''[[Mega Man X (series)|Mega Man X]]'' series.
   
 
==Summary==
 
==Summary==
''Maverick Hunter'' was cancelled in 2010 but was kept secret until April 9th 2013. It was going to be a darker ''Mega Man'' game themed around a new Mega Man designed by [[Wikipedia:Adi Granov|Adi Granov]]. It was confirmed to be a re-imagining of ''[[Mega Man X (series)|Mega Man X]]'', where the main character is like [[Mega Man X (character)|X]] and has a human police officer as a sidekick. It was also confirmed that a trilogy was planned, and by the third game in its series, [[Zero]] would be playable and forced to destroy a Mega Man who had grown incredibly powerful and infinitely intelligent over the course of two games.
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''Maverick Hunter'' was cancelled in 2010 but was kept secret until April 9th 2013. It was going to be a darker ''Mega Man X'' game themed around a new [[Mega Man X (character)|X]] designed by [[Wikipedia:Adi Granov|Adi Granov]]. It was confirmed to be a re-imagining of ''Mega Man X'', where the main character is X, but has a [[human]] [[police]] officer as a sidekick. It was also confirmed that a trilogy was planned, and by the third game in its series, [[Zero]] would be playable and forced to destroy X who had grown incredibly powerful and infinitely intelligent over the course of two games.
   
 
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[[File:Maverick Hunter Mega Buster.png|thumb|[[Mega Buster]]]]
 
==Videos==
 
==Videos==
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!'''<big>Maverick Hunter: Combat</big>'''
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File:Maverick Hunter (Mega-Man FPS) Part 1 HD|Maverick Hunter: Combat
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File:Maverick Hunter (Mega Man FPS) Part 2 HD|Maverick Hunter: Using Enemy Weapons
!'''<big>Maverick Hunter: Using Enemy Weapons</big>'''
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File:Maverick Hunter (Mega Man FPS) Part 3 HD|Maverick Hunter: Platforming and Exploration
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File:Maverick Hunter (Mega Man FPS) Part 4 HD|Maverick Hunter: Armor Transformation
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File:Unreleased Mega Man FPS Game Maverick Hunter Falling Sequence|Maverick Hunter: Falling Action Sequence
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!'''<big>Maverick Hunter: Platforming and Exploration</big>'''
 
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!'''<big>Maverick Hunter: Armor Transformation</big>'''
 
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!'''<big>Maverick Hunter: Falling Action Sequence</big>'''
 
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==External links==
 
==External links==

Latest revision as of 17:45, November 11, 2017

For the organization, see Maverick Hunters.

Maverick Hunter (Not to be confused with Mega Man Maverick Hunter X) is the codename of a cancelled Mega Man game that was going to be a first-person shooter based on the Mega Man X series.

SummaryEdit

Maverick Hunter was cancelled in 2010 but was kept secret until April 9th 2013. It was going to be a darker Mega Man X game themed around a new X designed by Adi Granov. It was confirmed to be a re-imagining of Mega Man X, where the main character is X, but has a human police officer as a sidekick. It was also confirmed that a trilogy was planned, and by the third game in its series, Zero would be playable and forced to destroy X who had grown incredibly powerful and infinitely intelligent over the course of two games.


Maverick Hunter Mega Buster

Mega Buster

VideosEdit

External linksEdit


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