The history of Mega Man 3's development is a bumpy one. While by no means a bad game, production was strained and turbulent, according to former series producer Keiji Inafune. Due to time constraints and other pesky factors, many of Mega Man 3's ideas were left unfinished; the finer details ultimately glossed over. The game we've come to know is only a glimpse of what Inafune and his team truly envisioned.
That's where Kuja Killer comes in. Since 2012, Kuja has been developing a patch to fine tune Mega Man 3 to perfection. And now, three years later, it's finished. "Mega Man 3 Improvement 2.0" brings us dozens of bug fixes, reduces lag by 70%, and re-injects a number unused graphics. The new introduction sequence by PStart and Mega Man USA has been included, too! Several of these changes and additions are highlighted in the footage above.
You can head over here and download the patch. Check out the readme before you go about your business. Enjoy!