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A Tale of Two Mega Men

by Alisha K.
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It was the biggest of sprites, it was the smallest of sprites… no, wait, I mean they’re both right here next to one another, these Perler bead projects. It’s big Mega Man versus smaller Mega Man:

mega man sprite perler bead

The bigger Mega Man is almost two feet tall–and would look awesome on the wall–but I personally find this a lesson in the truthfulness of the old bigger-is-not-always-better saw. Giant Mega Man is pretty cool, but adorable early Mega Man remains the cutest thing to come out of video games.

So for me, little Mega Man wins the day. He has slain Goliath. But whether or not you think size matters, one thing is certainly true: there are a lot of beads in that picture.

[via Sprite Stitch]




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Comments (3):

  1. ipod repair says:

    mega cool, old school game.

    http://www.ipodrecharge.com

  2. hoyeemun says:

    that`s tight. how`d you get it that big? i`m sure there aren`t any pegboards that size. lol

  3. Wolfshadow says:

    “Bigger” Mega Man is ‘X’. “Smaller” Mega Man is Classic Mega Man.

    And personally, I’d love to have that huge X.

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