In the early days of the 3DS few projects caused as much disappointment among dedicated fans as Mega Man Legends 3. Originally announced as an innovative collaboration between fans and developers – a fresh idea at the time – it gradually unravelled.

Following the departure of Keiji Inafune from Capcom, the game began to go through a period of uncertainty and adjustments, with a ‘Prototype’ version emerging as a compromise after apparent issues in gaining the support of Capcom’s senior management.

It’s a messy history, and video maker ‘Skybane’ has been in touch to highlight a detailed documentary that he’s put together with a team of fellow enthusiasts. It’s a slick and detailed look at the history of the project and what went wrong.

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