Capcom's Logic

#1King-gamerPosted 3/26/2013 7:00:48 AM
-Megaman Legends 3 Announced.

-Fans go wild, crazy, happy and praise Capcom

-Capcom cancels MML3 despite universal positive reception and millions of potential $$$.

-Proceeds to blame its cancellation on fans.



-DmC Announced.

-Fans RAAAAAAAAAAAAAEEEEEEEEEGGGGGGGGGG.

-Capcom releases it anyway.

-Proceeds to blame its failure in sales on fans.


In short, if you want a game to happen. You should RAAAAAAAAAAAAEEEEEEEG more. But if you dare to love it even a little, Capcom will cancel it just because they can.

Also, Capcom will blame you for everything regardless of the outcome.

Capcom's logic is to not use any.
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#2StepswordsmanPosted 3/26/2013 7:40:21 AM
King-gamer posted...
-DmC Announced.

-Fans RAAAAAAAAAAAAAEEEEEEEEEGGGGGGGGGG.

-Capcom releases it anyway.

-Proceeds to blame its failure in sales on fans.

Update: it's been confirmed that it's Inafune who is responsible for DmC failing. It's still your fault that MML3 is not going to be released, though.
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#3TwilightChildPosted 3/26/2013 7:45:49 AM
How dare you not give Capcom all the money they're entitled to? Shame on you fans.
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#4Wolf_TorrentPosted 3/26/2013 7:55:29 AM
Update: it's been confirmed that it's Inafune who is responsible for DmC failing. It's still your fault that MML3 is not going to be released, though.


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#5produnerPosted 3/26/2013 8:01:02 AM
You can't put capcom and . logic in the same sentence.
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#6StepswordsmanPosted 3/26/2013 8:16:53 AM
Wolf_Torrent posted...
Update: it's been confirmed that it's Inafune who is responsible for DmC failing. It's still your fault that MML3 is not going to be released, though.


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#7CirOnnPosted 3/26/2013 8:19:12 AM
Resident Evil's case is even more sad. Just thinking about it makes me wanna cry.
#8Ink-RibbonPosted 3/26/2013 8:23:04 AM
Even with all those cases, their worst effort was Dino Crisis 3...

Wow, what were they thinking when they did that game? It was crap and it have a good team ( Mikami, Kobayashi and so on).

So, that's why a good team doesn't mean we'll have a good game.
#9King-gamer(Topic Creator)Posted 3/26/2013 8:55:02 AM
Stepswordsman posted...
King-gamer posted...
-DmC Announced.

-Fans RAAAAAAAAAAAAAEEEEEEEEEGGGGGGGGGG.

-Capcom releases it anyway.

-Proceeds to blame its failure in sales on fans.

Update: it's been confirmed that it's Inafune who is responsible for DmC failing. It's still your fault that MML3 is not going to be released, though.


You know, something's funny.

It is true, Inafune was the one who pushed toward the development of DmC, by claiming Japanese should be more western. It was Inafune who pushed the development of MML3. Inafune criticized the Japanese game industry for not innovating like the west.

Yet when he left, Capcom decided to hate on Inafune by killing his greatest work, Megaman, one by one, from MMU, to MML3. But they decided to take his advice on being more western by keeping DmC in development despite the negative feedback. Why? Just a theory, but it's probably so they could pin its failure on Inafune......

IT'S ALL MAKING SENSE NOW. >:O

But seriously, their decisions make no sense what so ever.

Capcom wouldn't even localize Ace Attorney Investigations 2, probably because the game contains too much logic for them to handle.
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#10Wolf_TorrentPosted 3/26/2013 9:39:13 AM
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By and large, a company won't admit fault unless their back is to the wall, it somehow benefits them in the end, or they have the resources to recover and stabilize... so I'm suspicious of Capcom insinuating that Inafune and his push towards westernization as the cause of their failures.

It's never the decision of one man that breaks a good thing, rather, that one man will always have help.
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