Inching brazen with Mega Man 11 on Quality Control

This week on Polygon’s Quality Control podcast, Mike McWhertor joins Dave Tach to plead Mega Man 11, that is accessible now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.

In this episode, you’ll learn really small about Mega Man lore, a lot about how Mike played a diversion and (maybe many interestingly) what Capcom seems to have figured out opposite a garland of franchises lately. Much of a contention centers around what Mike wrote recently in his Mega Man 11 review, like this:

Now, with Mega Man 11, Capcom seems to have finally figured out how to move a Blue Bomber into a complicated age. Its new diversion is true to a series’ classical gameplay, while adding a few tweaks that make Mega Man feel only uninformed adequate to revisit, 10 correct sequels in.

Press play next to hear all about it.

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Music: “Goodwill” by The Custodian of Records

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