Game cancellations are an unfortunate reality of the industry, but these 10 cancelled titles looked especially promising, and we wish they were finished.
Keiji Inafune and his company Comcept tease the impending full reveal of a spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends called Red Ash: The Indelible Legend.
‘Mega Man Legends 3’ may have been cancelled but that doesn’t mean that Capcom has forgotten about everyone’s favorite reploid maverick hunter â€“Â he is still a ‘key brand’ for the publisher.
With the cancellation of ‘Mega Man Legends 3’ still a hot topic among fans of the series, one source has come forward to talk about the game’s last hours.
‘Mega Man Legends 3’ has officially been cancelled. No doubt Mega Man and his fans are truly blue bombers after receiving this sad news.
‘Mega Man Legends 3’ may not be available anytime soon, but players are going to be able to enjoy a demo of the game next month courtesy of the Nintendo 3DS’s eShop.
‘Mega Man Legends 3’ was expected to be one of the biggest games coming to the 3DS. However, Capcom has now stated that the project still hasn’t even been greenlit.
Keiji Inafune, creator of Mega Man and long time Capcom employee, unexpectedly resigned less than a week ago. We look at what Capcom has to say and ponder the future of ‘Mega Man Legends 3’.
Keiji Inafune has resigned as Head of R&D for Capcom, leaving many fans scratching their heads – and studios scrambling to offer the Mega Man creator employment.
Capcom announced that fans will be able to be directly involved with ‘Mega Man Legends 3’ at this past week’s New York Comic Con. Find out how!
Mega Man Legends 3 is on its way to the 3DS, but Capcom is now teasing a way for fans to interact with the titles development. What could they possibly have planned?