Capcom released a trailer for the upcoming Mega Man: Fully Charged cartoon set to debut on August 3rd on the Cartoon Network app. The new 3D show features a kid named Aki Light who gains the ability to transform into the mega fighting robot known as Mega Man. He’ll be accompanied by his dog Rush and encounter new characters in the franchise such as Mega Mini and Suna Light, while battling the forces of evil in Silicon City.
The trailer made its debut recently during the San Diego Comic-Con weekend, but fans of the Blue Bomber were not impressed… not impressed at all.
You can check out the minute long announcement trailer for Mega Man: Fully Charged to see for yourself what all the fuss is about.
The trailer wasn’t well-received at all.
The general feedback from the fans is that the show seems lazy and strips away from the characterization of Mega Man by having a boy embody Mega Man while trying to push for human and robot togetherness.
Others fear that the show may end up being more political propaganda, adhering to the “Progressive” agenda that Liberals have been flooding the media with, from movies to comics to video games.
The majority of the complaints center around the fact that it’s just not noteworthy, but many fans of Mega Man are still willing to give it a shot.
One of the common complaints is that the voice actor for Mega Man is insufferable, leading some to run to the upcoming cartoon’s defense, claiming that it’s designed for kids and seems to achieve that goal.
There were a few people who summarized the disappointment with the reboot succinctly, pointing out that the redesigns of some of the classic characters isn’t that great, the voices aren’t great, the action isn’t very inspired, and the overall plot seems lackadaisical.
At this point, it seems like a lot of reboots are either half-hearted cash-ins or SJW-themed propaganda. Most fans just seem put off with the lazy efforts employed by studios these days and it’s no wonder that so many people are just opting out of engaging in media altogether.
(Thanks for the news tip Divine Providence)
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