"In mid-November we will open up the "Dev Room" that we announced at the New York Comic Con. This will allow you, the co-developers interact with the team and each other uploading images, exchanging ideas on the message boards (topical / general discussion), etc.
We want to share information with you, and you to share information with us, because we believe that by communicating closely with you is how we'll best be able to make the Legends 3 that you want!
...So in the spirit of the project, today there are a few things I'd like to ask you.
1) Mega Man Legends fans
2) Visitors who have never played a Mega Man Legends game
If you belong to one of these groups, we like to hear what you have to say. Please go to this thread to discuss these questions....
1) Legends fans, what is it that you liked most about Legends? And how would you like to participate in the development of Legends 3 going forward?
You may have already submitted similar comments earlier, but please let us hear them again for the record.
2) Those of you who have never played Mega Man Legends, what exactly was it that brought you here? And what expectations do you have of the Legends 3 project?
Please let us hear from you even if what you say isn't exactly an answer to these questions.
Please leave your comments in this forum thread. When leaving a comment, please indicate which group you belong to (1) or (2).
Capcom notes group two is fairly underrepresented, so if you definitely fit in the category, please speak your mind.
Fan interaction is key to the development of Mega Man Legends 3. Despite the "dev room" not officially opening up until mid-November, your input is still very important.
Drop your comments in this thread!
This is one of the worst ideas EVER!ReplyDelete
How so, anon?ReplyDelete
anon 1 is an idiot. Any chance that is given by a game making company for the fans to take part is a good thing.ReplyDelete
This could work out.ReplyDelete
Though it also has potential to really screw up the game.
Yes anon 3 because the players know exactly what they really want. Just take a look at the Sonic the Hedgehog fanbase and how much they "loved" Sonic 4 after requesting it so much.ReplyDelete
Here's the answer most people are gonna give for no.1ReplyDelete
It's nice to have fans help out with Legends 3.ReplyDelete
I wonder what kind of wonderful ideas they're gonna reveal to the devs?
I love you.
I love you too. For real. Long live free speech :3.
On topic, I have mixed feelings. This might be either a good or a very bad idea. Though it is obvious that these questions are kinda cheesy, they are to expect when "the developers" want the MML fanbase's feedback and thoughts about the series in general and what made it worhty of their worship...ness.
Then why am I also worried? I'm worried about what could happen if the devs misunderstand certain comments or try to understand trolling comments. Let's hope it doesn't happen.
Keep these updates coming, Protodude! I wanna know when I can toss my hat in the ring for voice actors.ReplyDelete
Anon 1, the more the better! But just because there is feedback doesn't mean every single thing will be used. Capcom has a quality control to avoid bad content, like, what was the example given before? A poo Reaverbot?ReplyDelete
I'd like to see something like these:
"WAAAAAH! HE'S GOT GREEN EYES!"
"WAAAAAH! HIS EYELIDS ARE BLUE!"
"WAAAAAH! HIS LEGS ARE TOO LONG!"
"WAAAAAH! HIS QUILLS ALMOST TOUCH THE GROUND!"
↑As long as it doesn't turn out like that.
(Also, group 2)
Sonic franchise is horrible not because of fan input (which is not that big anyway). Ultimately, Sega makes Sonic games, not fans. What am I saying? Certain fan games are BETTER than what Sega does!ReplyDelete
Gotta agree with Amir.ReplyDelete
It was not about Sonic 4 being designed by the fans, it was about the fact it was what they've claimed they've wanted for years and when they got they whined and moaned and cried and cried and cried.
Be careful what you want Legends fans you just might get it.
Group 2 is me, reporting for duty? Will try to keep an eye on this and help out.ReplyDelete
Sorry pal, but I disagree with you. You could be wrong, you know.
Here I was thinking that Protodude was an American.ReplyDelete
I'm afraid I'm too tired to catch your drift, anon. Care to elaborate?ReplyDelete
Probably just a typo. The title implies British English.ReplyDelete
Just being silly.