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Posted on October 20, 2011 at 14:21:13 [Post link]
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IGN's staff has posted an article on their thoughts about what Capcom should and shouldn't do with the Mega Man franchise.

I must say that I agree with them all the way. The franchise has a style that must be built upon, even if an alternate graphics style is used for a new series. I also think that a reboot would be a terrible idea, and that they should focus on a new IP if they want to do something like that.

My favorite quote: "We don't care what Mega Man's original box art looked like. In fact, it's probably best forgotten." The inclusion of "Bad Box Art Mega Man" in Mega Man Universe was a terrible idea, and is the tipping point where I started thinking that the whole project was horribly misguided.

There's room for growth in this franchise. They just need to find the proper way to do it.


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Posted on October 20, 2011 at 18:42:38 [Post link]
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I think a modernized Mega Man remake could be great, if done right. It doesn't need a blatant "hardcore" revamp, however, I think Mega Man could be portrayed in a more cooler style than his traditional "cute" and "cuddly" style.

Think X series art style and atmosphere, but for the original series.

I'd also like to see the games shift into 3D. Say what you will about how great 2D is, which of course it is, but I think for Mega Man to be more relevant in today's gaming world, he needs to try more revolutionary bounds.

They should make at least one, new 3D game to at least break away from the monotony of using the same style over and over. Just once.

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I said reboot when I meant remake. The topic is still the same though.

Edited by Arkane on October 20, 2011 at 16:56:25

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Posted on October 21, 2011 at 1:58:15 [Post link]
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I'm at the other side of the fence on this one. Bad Box Art Mega Man was a great silly touch. And I love story canon as much as the next guy (I guess) but the plots are "intricately woven" and "carefully and thoughtfully created"? Someone's wearing their nostalgia glasses (trust me, it takes one to know one). Mega Man X7 was not created just to fix the plot holes of Mega Man X6, and Inafune by his own admission had next to nothing to do with that title.

I don't want a reboot, I think there's plenty more they can do with what's laid out. I don't expect that they ever seriously considered making Mega Man into a T or M rated post-apocalyptic FPS. They've so frequently emphasized Mega Man as a franchise that's safe and made for kids. Even with Inafune gone, I don't expect that will change.

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Posted on October 21, 2011 at 3:55:33 [Post link]
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The ultimately important thing: it's not his image that needs to be changed. It's his gameplay. Copy most of Metroid: Other M's gameplay, but use the Nunchuk to aim, fire, and jump. It is literally that simple.

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Posted on October 21, 2011 at 4:56:41 [Post link]
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And stop making out-of-story explanations that are stupid and piss people off.


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Posted on October 21, 2011 at 7:32:18 [Post link]
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Quote from post #228788:
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use the Nunchuk to aim, fire, and jump. It is literally that simple.


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And 3rd-Person it, with a controllable camera.

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Posted on October 21, 2011 at 13:07:14 [Post link]
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Posted on October 21, 2011 at 19:53:15 [Post link]
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Or, just let Capcom of America take over the Mega Man franchise. Cause I think it is Capcom of Japan, who is running out of ideas for Mega Man.

Heck, Capcom of Korea hasn't given up on Mega Man.


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Posted on October 24, 2011 at 21:28:00 [Post link]
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Inafune puts this:

http://www.siliconera.com/2011/10/23/japanese-developers-arent-respected-by-their-companies-says-keiji-inafune/


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Posted on October 25, 2011 at 18:20:48 [Post link]
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Inafune always talks an interesting talk. I was curious regarding his pattern of slapping his name and face on so many titles and in so many games. Apparently, it's a mix of taking pride in laying claim to his work, and because without his name on the project he thinks it will get overlooked. It seems a bit egotistical, but who knows, maybe it is in his best interest.

For whatever reason, I am bothered a little by the level of credit he's taking, as if none of the other members of his team offered any creative input or strong contributions into his games whatsoever. We tend to credit certain key figures on a team for their leadership and imaginative direction, but some of my favorite elements in games I would say are almost never the work of just one man. I just hope he'll give credit where credit is due, and not make everything "the Inafune show".

Edited by Sb20 on October 25, 2011 at 19:21:59

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Posted on October 25, 2011 at 21:29:18 [Post link]
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Inafune always talks an interesting talk. I was curious regarding his pattern of slapping his name and face on so many titles and in so many games. Apparently, it's a mix of taking pride in laying claim to his work, and because without his name on the project he thinks it will get overlooked. It seems a bit egotistical, but who knows, maybe it is in his best interest.

For whatever reason, I am bothered a little by the level of credit he's taking, as if none of the other members of his team offered any creative input or strong contributions into his games whatsoever. We tend to credit certain key figures on a team for their leadership and imaginative direction, but some of my favorite elements in games I would say are almost never the work of just one man. I just hope he'll give credit where credit is due, and not make everything "the Inafune show".

Edited by Sb20 on October 25, 2011 at 19:21:59


I think I'm starting to see why Capcom gave him the boot.


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Posted on November 2, 2011 at 13:51:03 [Post link]
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Yeah, same.

Not to mention Megaman is not even his creation. He just seems like an arrogant fuckface, especially with the name-stamping and the egocentric "INAFKING" we see in the credits.


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Posted on November 3, 2011 at 20:15:32 [Post link]
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Inafune resigned himself, he wasn't fired.

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Posted on November 6, 2011 at 0:56:49 [Post link]
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Y'know, sometimes it just seems that every time I view my old posts, there's something incredibly wrong with them.



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Posted on November 6, 2011 at 4:23:10 [Post link]
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Can we agree that both sides are awful in their own ways, I guess?

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Posted on November 8, 2011 at 22:17:54 [Post link]
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Capcom's not awful. They're a company looking to make profit. They do a good job of that.

Now Inafune...


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Posted on November 9, 2011 at 4:55:07 [Post link]
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You could argue that Inafune is just passionate about the field and feels pressed down by the corporate structure Capcom has. I think we need more evidence on both sides.

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Posted on November 13, 2011 at 19:22:50 [Post link]
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Inafune- Arrogant Bastard

Capcom- Betrays fans


This sums it up nicely, yes?

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Posted on March 12, 2013 at 5:55:30 [Post link]
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Capcom's not awful. They're a company looking to make profit. They do a good job of that.


That's only half true. Capcom does a good job of raking in profits, but they are still awful.

I can say that. I earned the right to say that. Every bullshit cheap-ass spite-move I put up with in every Monster Hunter game I've played so far qualifies me to speak on the subject of Capcom's very clear disdain for it's playerbase.

It's not like they'll make shitty games just to piss you off. Oh, no. They'll make great games, but then they'll add things in those games to tick you off, because they don't like you. They like your money, but they don't like you.

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Posted on March 20, 2013 at 19:50:43 [Post link]
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Capcom never liked you. See: Megaman for NES.


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Quote from post #231717:
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Capcom never liked you. See: Megaman for NES.


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