It confuses me when people bash the fan movement to bring Mega Man Legends 3, or Operation Rainfall, or anything like that. Don’t people see that these movements are just fun to take part in? And the fact that a large group of people who don’t know each other can work together toward a common goal, that’s the sort of thing that should be fostered rather than mocked. But anyway, G4 has a different stance.
They were sent the following email:
Capcom announced that the long-awaited Mega Man Legends 3 has been cancelled. As I type this now, fans are rallying to bring the game back.
Then Morgan Webb and Adam Sessler decided to kill the buzz:
Morgan Webb: I don’t know if I would have used “long-awaited”.
Adam: Or rallying.
Webb – The problem is that nobody cared about that game, so they decided no one would buy it, so they wouldn’t make it.
Sessler: Have fun rallying.
It’s not like this sort of movement hasn’t worked before. It’s unsuccessful more than it is successful of course, but when has that ever been a valid suggestion to not at least try? There’s a video after the break.