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Capcom says Mega Man Legends 3 wouldn’t have died if you fans had tried harder

Posted on July 20, 2011 AT 05:58pm

Fans of the Blue Bomber have been a little upset in the last 24 hours, as news of the cancellation of Mega Man Legend 3 hit. At this time, the best thing for the company to do would be to apologize to all of those eager to play the game, right?

Not exactly, if Capcom Europe’s twitter has something to say about the situation! Just a short time ago, the following message appeared on their feed:

it’s a shame the fans didn’t want to get more involved :-( if we saw there was an audience for MML3 people might change minds

What about all of the people who participated in the various polls? What about giving players the chance to show support by buying the demo that was going to come out?

So, remember – when you want somebody to blame for the death of Mega Man Legends 3, look in the mirror! Or something.

Nick Baumfeld
Bio: Nick Baumfeld has been involved in the video game industry for a good 12 years. He has seen the industry from all view points and has a background in websites, website integration and social media. Nick pioneered the online video game rental business back in the day, moved forward into online video game trading and then moved viral with the well received Video Games Application on Facebook. Today, he has joined up with EGM founder Steve Harris to create something truly unique and special; EGMNOW, a community dedicated to all manner of gamers.

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