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 frequently in question among fans, and with head Mega Man Legends
cheerleader Keiji Inafune no longer at Capcom, we're happy to hear this confirmation that work continues.
In addition to donating money and conserving energy and water, Kitabayashi said that he decided to help out by "making something everyone will enjoy, to help restore positive feelings."