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Capcom To Seek Player Input With Prototype Mega Man Legends 3 On 3DS eShop

When the Nintendo 3DS eShop launches next month, it will include a downloadable prototype version of Capcom's Mega Man Legends 3, offered with the stated goal of obtaining further development ideas from players.
When the Nintendo 3DS eShop launches later this year, it will include a downloadable prototype version of Capcom's Mega Man Legends 3, offered with the stated goal of obtaining further development ideas from players. Referred to as "the first Capcom game to be co-developed by the fans," Mega Man Legends 3 has already seen extensive input from fans through developer-guided discussions on Capcom's online Devroom. The downloadable prototype version will reportedly encourage players to add their thoughts to this online community, after letting them try out an a few in-game mission and an iunlockable debug mode. Capcom announced Mega Man Legends 3 last September, just after the official unveiling of Nintendo's Japanese launch plans for the system. The game continues the open-world action-RPG series that has been dormant since the 2000 release of Mega Man Legends 2 on the original PlayStation. Originally planned for the system's launch, the digital 3DS eShop is currently scheduled to be available after the 3DS' first downloadable system update next month.

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