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Keiji Inafune, the Inafking (as he's known in credit sequences for his old games) descended from his Inafthrone recently to offer his approval of the grassroots "100,000 Strong for Bringing Back Mega Man Legends 3" community, in a post on his blog. "All these fans with such strong emotions rea...

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You don't realize how much you love something until it's gone, it seems. In response to Capcom's cancellation of Mega Man Legends 3 over a lack of Devroom participation, an activist group calling themselves "100,000 Strong for Bringing Back Mega Man Legends 3" has taken it upon themselves to, wel...

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Here's an aspect of the 3DS Mega Man Legends 3 Project for which Capcom didn't consult fan input: the publisher has ceased development of both the game and the downloadable "Prototype Version." This marks the second (and third) Mega Man game to be canceled in 2011, following the death of Mega Man...

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Mega Man Legends 3 Prototype Version, arguably the biggest title planned for the launch of the 3DS eShop, has been delayed. The news was delivered today by producer Tetsuya Kitabayashi in a post on the Capcom-Unity Devroom. It would seem the game has been delayed to craft a finer experience, a...

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Capcom has given fans a vote about character designs, voice artists, and other aspects of Mega Man Legends 3 -- and now it wants your opinions about which content to recycle. The company posted a list of "Reaverbot" enemies from previous Mega Man Legends games (including some from the wonderful s...

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Capcom has officially taken the wraps off Mega Man Legends 3 Prototype Version, revealing pretty much what we guessed it would be: an early, downloadable chunk of the 3DS game. Though Legends 3 itself doesn't have a release date yet, the Prototype Version will be out when the 3DS eShop launches i...

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One step of the 3DS Mega Man Legends 3 Project, if the Australian Classification Board is any indication, is the release of something called the "Prototype Version." The board posted a rating for "Mega Man Legends 3 Prototype Version," published by Capcom. The name makes it sound like this wou...

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With Mega Man Legends 3 Project development back on track, so too are the audience polls about various aesthetic options. Capcom is giving fans the opportunity to choose between three character design variants for Mega Man himself, one based on his look in Mega Man Legends 2 and the other two new...

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The Mega Man Legends 3 Project was put on hold following the devastating Tohoku earthquake. Today, in a blog post on the Japanese Legends 3 site, producer Tatsuya Kitabayashi announced that work was back underway on the 3DS sequel to the Mega Man adventure series. With the project's status freque...

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In a blog post on the Capcom-Unity Dev Room, Mega Man Legends 3 Project director Eguchi Masakazu revealed one way in which the long-awaited sequel became economical enough to develop: rather than a custom engine, Legends 3 runs on the company's versatile MT Framework. In addition to games like Lost ...

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The final character design for the new Mega Man Legends 3 Project character, now named "Aero," has been revealed on Capcom's Devroom site. Designer Tokiko Nakashima took Shinsuke Komaki's winning character design and altered it with the intent of making it fit into the gameworld ... which apparently...

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Having picked a new character design, the next step in Capcom's democratic process for the 3DS Mega Man Legends 3 Project has fans designing a new mech for Tron Bonne. In a somewhat rambling discussion posted on Capcom-Unity, director Mazakazu Eguchi and assistant director Yuji Ishihara discussed a ...

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After Keiji Inafune finally got his wish and began development of a new Mega Man Legends game ... he left Capcom. The remaining team members collectively issued a statement through Capcom-Unity to let us know that the 3DS Mega Man Legends 3 Project continues unabated. "We have been reading all of yo...

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