Fans of iconic series will see their favourite heroes and villains come to life like never before with Nintendo’s breakthrough 3D technology. The announcement was made during the Nintendo Conference 2010 which took place in Japan earlier today.
For years, fans have been clamouring for a new instalment to the Mega Man Legends series and now the Mega Man Legends 3 Project will see their request realized. Indeed, fans will have an opportunity to be part of the development process like never before as they interact directly with the team.
With over 10 years of fan requests, Capcom is pulling out all the stops to ensure that Legends 3 will be beyond awesome. Designers famous to the franchise have submitted concepts for the design of the next heroine character to be featured in the game. Any Mega Man game would be lucky to have even one of these big names contributing to the project, but Legends 3 gets an unprecedented NINE, including the father of Mega Man, Keiji Infaune himself.
The Mega Man Legends 3 Project is the first ever game to be co-developed by the fans, and to help facilitate that, Capcom created the Developer Room. This will be your resource to help provide input on the design of Mega Man Legends 3. There will be two sites, one that supports Japanese and one that supports English.
As a member of the Developer’s Room, users will be able to take part in the development of Mega Man Legends 3 for the Nintendo 3DS. The project, the first of its kind, provides fans with unprecedented input into the game’s development as well as conversations with the development team in Japan during the process.
Most recently, members voted on the design of a major character based on art provided by the team.
The first major initiative, which just went online, involves submitting ideas and designs for an upcoming Bonne Machine battle vehicle in the game. One lucky fan will have their contributions added as part of the game along with their name in the credits.
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