Six years later, the Mega Man Legends fan group ‘100,000’ is still going strong

Here’s a free PDF tribute book

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I like to check in with the Facebook group “100,000 Strong for Bringing Back Mega Man Legends 3” quite a bit, as they’ve become a definitive source for tons of Mega Man-related happenings over the years. It’s insane to think that Legends 3 was canceled all the way back in 2011, but a dedicated group of fans have been giving off positive vibes for years on end, providing original content and even a documentary on the situation.

That includes this fan book (which you can read here in PDF form for free, but a printed version is in the works) that includes heartfelt letters, tributes, and artwork dedicated to the project. It’s a lot to skim through, especially if you couldn’t care less about Mega Man anymore (heck, Capcom doesn’t), but there’s a few really heartfelt stories in there — especially the ones that involve children — and some great art.

100,000 Strong [Facebook]


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