"While saying that he's not in a position to wish petitioners good luck, he said that he will offer a feeling of support. He also appears to have a positive outlook on the chances of the petition getting notice, saying that perhaps the message will get through if fans show a lot of interest. He also recalled an instance when such fan activities lead to the release of a Nadesico DVD." -- Andriasang
Fujikawa left no indication if the project will be revived. Nevertheless, we should all take comfort our cause has reached this far -- far enough to hit Capcom internally. Now, what can YOU do from here? Five outlets require your attention and participation, all of which are key factors to possibly reviving Legends 3:
1) "Like" 100,00 Strong For Mega Man Legends 3 on Facebook
2) Get A Servbot Number; Join the Devroom
3) Sign the Capcom Unity Petition
4) Voice your opinions on the project's cancellation directly to Sven
5) Snail-mail Capcom
If you've done all of those, then this is your current task: send tips about the campaign(s) to gaming news outlets. We're talking about the big guns like IGN, GameSpot, G4, Kotaku, etc. The more sites that cover the campaign, the better our chances of increasing our plight's footprint.
All Capcom wants is to see a demand for Mega Man Legends 3. The above outlets are already pretty successful, but for them to reach their maximum potentially, you've got to join in and do your part. I simply can't stress that enough.
Make some noise, folks.
UPDATE: Well, this is odd. Following mainstream exposure of this story, Fujikawa's Twitter closed. Weird.