Fans Vs. Capcom: The Fate of Two Clusterf***s
Posted on Thursday, July 21 @ 13:19:31 Eastern by Nicholas TanIt's only been a few days since Capcom officially canceled the fan-driven project Mega Man Legends 3, and already the backlash has begun, and it's only getting worse. At first, it was just hundreds of bitter comments by fans on the cancelation notice at Capcom's official blog, but then the punches started to swing.
@CapcomEuro has already clarified that he meant to say that he wished more fans were involved in the Mega Man Legends 3 project, but I'm sure that still doesn't sit well with those fans. One of them Brian Austrin, who had committed weeks, if not months, of work to the project, had an interview with Game Informer and even warned of threats that a hacker group might send DDoS attacks on Capcom's website:
Some have reacted by creating blogs to save the project like Operation Mega Man, while others have reacted by making a collage of all the questionable transgressions that Capcom has committed over the last year or so (click image to enlarge):
And it seems that the MML3 fiasco has put some fans over the edge at Comic-Con:
This is only the start of Comic-Con, and it seems like it's only going to get worse before it gets better...
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