Unreleased footage of cancelled game, Mega Man Legends 3 by Capcom

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  1. soulx
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    100,000 Strong for Mega Man Legends 3 translated some Prototype Version footage. Footage is shown 1 minute and 56 seconds in.

    It is said that the footage was purposely withheld from the North American Devroom to "allegedly sabotage the project's awareness."


    http://www.gonintend...story&id=175363
     


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    :'(

    That is all.
     
  3. Thanatos Telos

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    I HATE you Crapcom! This game actually seemed pretty good.
     
  4. Sora de Eclaune

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    That looks a lot like Mega Man 64. Is the Legends series related to it?
     
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    Megaman Legends originated on the PS1, and there was a port for it on the N64. The English release was renamed to Megaman 64.

    Man, everything just went downhill after Mr. Inafune left Capcom.
     
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    And here we have why I will never buy another capcom game again.

    same game as legends jsut with 64 over the title and not legends.
     
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    If this wasn't cancelled I would've bought a 3DS sooner. R.I.P MegaMan.
     
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    Meh, was ninja'd...

    Anyway... I'm still having hopes for this game.
     
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    I think this is what you'd call "salt in the wound"

    Ouch.
     
  10. AceWarhead

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    This actually looked pretty decent.
     
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    Many a manly tear was shed for the cancellation of this game
     
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    adding insult to injury, damn... never realized that megaman legends was the same thing as megaman 64, loved that game
     
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    I swear, I thought the title said "Unreleased footage of cancer." :mellow:

    Looked like a good game, though. :(
     
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    Oh, man, why do you keep reminding me that I will never have this game in my possession, capcom?
     
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    Well it's good to know that Capcom can cut out their crap games and focus on something proper for once, like Lost Planet 3.

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    Even then, Inafune must still have a role with Legends 3 development, as it was his idea of reviving Legends, anyway.
    The whole servbot-open devlopment thing was to see how much use interest there would be and how much sales would this title generate, and due to lack of advertising, Inafune could not keep development running on Legends 3.

    It was a very highly ambitious project, but lack of consumer awareness led to the downfall of Legends 3, not Inafune leaving Capcom.
     
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    That's not to say any blame can be shifted to the consumers.
     
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    Not only that, but MMUniverse was cancelled as well q.q
     
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    What a bunch of trolls has Capcom turned out to be.
     
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    That's cool and all, but isn't it Capcom's responsibility to raise consumer awareness through advertising?

    It's like Crytek making Crysis 5 and not releasing any information or raising public awareness about it, and they go "Hey guys no one's interested, let's can the project."

    Silly Capcom :blink:
     

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