The classic Mega Man X games for the Super Nintendo and PlayStation are coming to the new generation of consoles midway through next year.
Developer Capcom announced the news today on a stream commemorating the 30th anniversary of the original Mega Man game for the NES.
Mega Man X was the first Mega Man game for the SNES, and introduced a new protagonist, Zero, and villain, Sigma, and even included a move from Street Fighter II.
The X series continued on to the PlayStation and PlayStation 2, with the eighth and final instalment coming in 2004.
Capcom are also releasing the Mega Man Legacy Collections 1 and 2 for Switch, and announced a brand new game, Mega Man 11, for the new generation of consoles.
To celebrate the news, check out this crazy video of a bloke knocking off Mega Man X in under half an hour: