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Submitted by Lavalamp 669d ago | interview

Why Keiji Inafune turned to Kickstarter to make his Mega Man spiritual successor

"After I left Capcom, I would go to lots of different game events and almost always fans would come up to me and ask me about Mega Man, Dead Rising and the wide variety of franchises I was attached to when I was at Capcom," Inafune told Polygon in an interview. "No matter how many times I would explain to them 'I don't work for Capcom anymore,' their passion would totally overwhelm that knowledge." (Industry, Keiji Inafune, Kickstarter, Mighty No. 9)

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