I don't really like the scroll galleries from the Dragon Ball wiki, as sometimes images from the bottom half (specially from large galleries) don't load in the first look. I prefer gallery pages, but only when the content has many images. (Some gallery pages from the Marvel wiki have less than 4 images...)
However, scroll could be useful in the anime episodes here if they get as many screenshots as the ones in the Dragon Ball wiki.
Edit: Checking further, X4 had a character section before the site changed in 199X-2000, (but unfortunately it wasn't archived like MM8) so there is a possibility of the name Jello Man being used there, between X4's E3 reveal and the site move.
If you checked out the recent blog post, Capcom will be releasing 1 random Mega Man game each week for the Wii U in August and apparently intends to keep each release a surprise so there is no way of knowing which of their four selected games will be released within the first three weeks. My update to the Virtual Console page should be a good first step until each of those Thursdays arrive then the appropriate updates can be performed.
I do think if the pages for those games and their release dates are given the same update as the Virtual Console page then it will be easier to further update with the correct date once it has been revealed.
I recently created a wiki page for a fan-made game that I've been working on, called Mega Man 2.5D. However, the page has been marked for deletion. As no reason for the deletion has been given, I don't know if there's anything that I could do to keep the page from being taken down. I'd very much appreciate to get an opportunity to try and make the changes needed for the page to stay up.
Hey. I dont think that removing some while leaving others is fair or logical. Honestly, my two cents are that it should be an all or nothing action: either remove all fan games or leave all and continue allowing addition of other fan games (the fine print being that these games have to be well into the development and must have playable demos or unfinished versions available to the public). Whatever you decide, Quick, I will support that idea since both kind of make sense to me, LOL. However, should we choose to remove all, I suggest that first we migrate all the info/page structure onto the fannon wiki, wherever necessary, prior to deletions.
P.S. I am probably going to be a bit more active again for a bit. If anything I can help with the aforementioned.
Agree that it isn't much fair, but the problem is that there are more fan games than official games. Even if we allowed only complete ones, how many you think would be here? That's why only the most popular (and complete) get to stay, specially ones with some kind of official relation like Street Fighter X Mega Man and Mega Man Unlimited (MM10 official site mistake). While 2.5D looks promising and is well known, it is yet to be completed...
Although one could interpretate it that way, the song doesn't mention names. Also, while it is her theme, it doesn't mean she is the one singing it. And even if it is, it could be a music she liked, like Proto Man's whistle in Gigamix. The only song actually used by a character in a story is Freesia by Ciel in MMZ4.
In case you don't know yet Mega Man 5-7, X3, Zero 1-2, and Battle Network 1-3 are currently being planned for release on the Wii U's Virtual Console other than the fact the games that were part of the Mega May event are being planned for Europe. Here is the source link.