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Submitted by Scissorman82 618d ago | interview

Because Capcom Won't Make MML3, Tuttle's Legendary Travels Takes Matters Into Its Own Hands

Andreas Asimakis writes, "Is Mega Man, Capcom's fallen blue mascot, truly dead: I certainly believe so. The fan game community however, does not seem to share my sentiments. So, I took it upon myself to reach out to the fans, to those who are doing their absolute best to honor the Blue Bomber in the most remarkable ways imaginable – in particular, an ambitious fan game project titled Tuttle's Legendary Travels." (Culture, Dev, Mega Man Legends 3, PC)

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