Capcom needs your help designing Mega Man Legends 3

People have been asking Capcom for a new Mega Man Legends game for years. Centuries, even! Some folks asked for Mega Man Legends 3 before Mega Man Legends 2 was even out!

Alright, I’m exaggerating, but there’s no doubt that the game’s highly anticipated, which makes it unsurprising that Capcom’s pretty concerned about getting it right this time. Now you, the fan whose ancestors once begged Capcom for a Mega Man Legends sequel, can help.

Capcom are running a vote, both here and in Japan, right now, to pick the draft character designs for a new female character from the game. All kinds of artists and even Keiji Inafune himself have submitted their take on what Mega Man Legends 3‘s new heroine should look like.

I hereby order you to go here and vote for whichever design will not show up either Roll or Tron Bonne. Because they’re better than whoever this new person will be.

Personally, I’m pulling for either Shinsuke Komaki’s design, which looks like a cross between a Pokemon character and Hatsune Miku, or Toru Nakayama’s because he did art for the Mega Man Zero games, which I liked.

People have been asking Capcom for a new Mega Man Legends game for years. Centuries, even! Some folks asked for Mega Man Legends 3 before Mega Man Legends 2 was even out!

Alright, I’m exaggerating, but there’s no doubt that the game’s highly anticipated, which makes it unsurprising that Capcom’s pretty concerned about getting it right this time. Now you, the fan whose ancestors once begged Capcom for a Mega Man Legends sequel, can help.

Capcom are running a vote, both here and in Japan, right now, to pick the draft character designs for a new female character from the game. All kinds of artists and even Keiji Inafune himself have submitted their take on what Mega Man Legends 3‘s new heroine should look like.

I hereby order you to go here and vote for whichever design will not show up either Roll or Tron Bonne. Because they’re better than whoever this new person will be.

Personally, I’m pulling for either Shinsuke Komaki’s design, which looks like a cross between a Pokemon character and Hatsune Miku, or Toru Nakayama’s because he did art for the Mega Man Zero games, which I liked.

Josh Tolentino
When not posting about Japanese games or Star Trek, Josh served as Managing Editor for Japanator. Now he mostly writes for Destructoid's buddies at Siliconera, but pops back in on occasion.