Mega Man x DiVE Hi Score Girl

Mega Man x DiVE Hi Score Girl One-Shot Released to Celebrate Japanese Launch

Mega Man x DiVE has officially launched in Japan. To celebrate, a Rensuke Oshikiri one-shot involving a Mega Man x DiVE Hi Score Girl crossover is currently available to read on the official collaboration website.

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This brief manga is a total of nine pages (eight minus the cover) long. Mega Man x DiVE Hi Score Girl collaboration stars characters Haruo Yaguchi and Akira Ono as they play through the game. As you might imagine, it contains a copious amount of Mega Man series references.

Pre-registration bonuses will also be delivered to players, now that the game is available in Japan. (Even if you weren’t part of the first wave to pre-register or didn’t pre-register at all, you will still be able to receive the rewards.) Players will get items like 30 Zero fragments, weapon shards and upgrade materials. Since the number of pre-registered users totaled over 100,000 people, everyone will receive all of the promised bonuses.

A limited time capsule banner (capsule is Mega Man X DiVE‘s jargon for gacha) is available for players to test their luck too. By using in-game currency on this banner, players will have the opportunity to receive Ultimate Armor Mega Man X, Awakened Zero, Iris, and Ciel.

Mega Man x DiVE is immediately available on Android and Apple iOS devices in Japan and other countries in Asia.


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Senior staff writer, translator and streamer, Kazuma spends his time playing a variety of games ranging from farming simulators to classic CRPGs. Having spent upwards of 6 years in the industry, he has written reviews, features, guides, with work extending within the industry itself. In his spare time he speedruns games from the Resident Evil series, and raids in Final Fantasy XIV. His work, which has included in-depth features focusing on cultural analysis, has been seen on other websites such as Polygon and IGN.