Mega Man Energy Drink

Mega Man 9 Energy Drink

Want to be a Mega Man? Well, I hate to break it to you, but you can’t. However, you can drink Mega Man’s official sports energy drink. Sometime this August in Japan, “Rockman E Can Drink” (Mega Man is called Rockman in Japan).

The energy drink is being released to mark the launch of the Mega Man 9 game. The energy drink is going to run you about ¥137 ($1.25 USD).

Dengeki Online via Kotaku.

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