What added insult to injury was the fact that a Prototype version, set to hit the 3DS' eShop, was basically finished and was evidently very meaty and polished to boot. The 100,000 Strong community also spilled their love over into the Capcom-Unity arena via this weapon contest -- make no mistake, Mega Man Legends fans are still very much alive and kicking. So what's next Capcom? The ball is in your court -- maybe we can get that Legends 3 demo now?
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