In today's bile-fueled edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Gusi A. Rincon gives 10, count em, 10 reasons why he hates Capcom as a developer, publisher and possibly dessert topping.
Keiji Inafune split from Capcom about a year ago, clearly burned out—at one point he said he "hated" his job. However, he still was committed to finishing the 3DS game Mega Man Legends 3, whose cancellation set off a firestorm of anger this summer. Inafune threw more gasoline on the blaze when he suggested that Capcom…
Ever since Mega Man Legends 3 was canned, fans of the franchise have been going bananas, wondering how Capcom could ever do such a thing.
The folks at Dorkly have been mighty free with those Portal guns lately, but Mega Man has to work for it. Enter Aperture Man!
Despite a push by tens of thousands of fans to revive recently canceled Capcom game Mega Man Legends 3, the Japanese developer tells Kotaku that they have no plans to resume development.
In case you couldn't tell from the lack of serious updates or the departure of the game's creator, Capcom's Mega Man Legends 3 has now officially been shitcanned.
Capcom is calling Mega Man Legends 3 for the Nintendo 3DS the first Capcom game to be co-developed by fans. That's why there'll be a prototype version of the game available for testing as soon as Nintendo opens up the 3DS eShop.
Making decisions by yourself on who to hire is hard. It's easier when you have 3,000 people do it for you, which is exactly what happened for this Mega Man Legends voice actress!
When Keiji Inafune leaves Capcom, his blog leaves the internet, it seems. Late last week, the famed game producer stated he was leaving Capcom and Capcom subsidiary Daletto. His blog won't be up for posterity.
Capcom spent the week and a half following Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune's resignation from the Japanese developer reassigning producers to his games and reorganizing the company, Capcom told Kotaku today.
Late last month, Capcom revealed Mega Man Legends 3 for the Nintendo 3DS. The game's executive producer Keiji Inafune said, "I want it to be good, really good." Inafune, however, is leaving the project.
In the last couple of years, Keiji Inafune (Dead Rising, Mega Man) has become a somewhat controversial figure in the Japanese game industry. That's what happens when you say things like the Japan makes "awful games".
Osaka-based studio Capcom is already working on Super Street Fighter IV and Resident Evil for the Nintendo 3DS. That's not all.