How to save Mega Man Legends 3

#1obishawnPosted 7/27/2011 8:39:41 AM
Forgive me if there's already an existing topic. I searched but couldn't find one.

Capcom recently revealed that Mega Man Legends 3 has been scrapped. This caused quite a lot of uproar and led to an activist group forming a Facebook page titled, 100,000 Strong for Bringing Back Mega Man Legends 3. But Capcom recently revealed that the reason why Mega Man Legends 3 was scrapped is because there wasnít enough people registered for the North America dev room.

But all that can change. All you need to do is click here to read the information which will guide you through the registration. However, you should only do it if youíre genuinely interested in Mega Man Legends 3. Iím going to register tomorrow. But for now, itís time for me to get some shuteye.


Source: http://3dsconnect.com/2011/07/26/theres-a-way-to-save-mega-man-legends-3-heres-how/

Link to register: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=152484874825762
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#2obishawn(Topic Creator)Posted 7/27/2011 9:06:58 AM
Didn't take long for this to get buried...

Bump for the fans
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#3Ben ReillyPosted 7/27/2011 9:13:03 AM
If you wanted to save MML3 you should have been apart of the the developer fan site they specifically created to give fans input and gauge the level of interest.

But you and countless others didn't, even though you claimed to be excited for the game, and it got canceled because of the lack of support and interest.
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#4obishawn(Topic Creator)Posted 7/27/2011 9:20:21 AM
Ben Reilly posted...
If you wanted to save MML3 you should have been apart of the the developer fan site they specifically created to give fans input and gauge the level of interest.

But you and countless others didn't, even though you claimed to be excited for the game, and it got canceled because of the lack of support and interest.


You need to settle down, Ben, and lose the chip on your shoulder and the accusative tone. I may have made this topic, but never once have I posted or commented about wanting MML3. I'm actually very indifferent, if they release it, if they don't, I could care less.

I made this topic for the fans due to the outcry of it being canceled.
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#5jesse7150Posted 7/27/2011 9:28:48 AM
thank god you did man.
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#6Ben ReillyPosted 7/27/2011 9:29:42 AM
My point is, those fake fair weather fans who are whining, don't care and never did care.

http://www.capcom-unity.com/devroom/

This site was created SPECIFICALLY to measure fan interest, get fan support, and actually allow fans to help create and see into the creation of the game.

What happened?

These so called fans, didn't post on the boards, didn't participate in the contest, and basically showed no interest what so ever.

Capcom didn't kill MML3, the "fans" did.
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#7jesse7150Posted 7/27/2011 9:44:55 AM(edited)
to be fair we shouldn't have to work part time on a website to get a game made.
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#8obishawn(Topic Creator)Posted 7/27/2011 9:34:58 AM
Ben Reilly posted...
These so called fans, didn't post on the boards, didn't participate in the contest, and basically showed no interest what so ever.

Capcom didn't kill MML3, the "fans" did.


I completely see your point and agree with it, it is 100% valid, but did you ever consider that a good portion of the fans never knew about the site? I mean, this is the first I've heard of it.

I just think you are being a bit harsh and judgemental, holding all the fans accountabie for something that not all are guilty of.
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#9Ben ReillyPosted 7/27/2011 9:45:21 AM
jesse7150 posted...
to be fair we shouldn't have to part time on a website to get a game made.

You do, when it's a game that has niche appeal and will probably cost more to make then it will actually sell.

Capcom wasn't going to take that risk unless all the "fans" who claimed to want the game so bad actually showed interest in it.

It's almost the same thing they did with the Marvel Vs. Series.

Please claimed they wanted a sequel to MvC2, so Capcom worked out a deal with Marvel to get MvC2 re-released.

After that it went on to be come the top selling game of all time on both XBLA and PSN, showing Capcom and Marvel there was a market for a sequel.

The only difference here is capcom was just asking you to go to a website and be on the boards, and not put down money (at least until the prototype was decided on).
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#10jesse7150Posted 7/27/2011 9:55:20 AM(edited)
yeah but if they did something like release $3-5 games and apps on the store that would actually reach their customers and provide a financial thermometer for interest and/or money for development.

*edit* I'd buy a $5 skin/app that makes the menu look like a megaman stage select screen and then intros what you select like a boss.

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