Not that I'm disagreeing with any of this, but my problem with this argument is what I said earlier. If this were Capcom running this Kickstarter instead of Comcept and they were actually making/remaking Legends 3, I wholeheartedly believe that Legends fans wouldn't be able to throw money at the screen fast enough despite the fact that Capcom essentially spit in their faces and still, after many years, have yet to offer any kind of business-like compensation for their debacle.
I think it's a bit different, though, and I'll say why:
The cancelled MM games (yes, even the ill-fated FPS) were all Inafune's pet projects. Apparently, the DASH3 "game" wasn't even officially approved, but that didn't stop Inafune for trying to put it out there and drum up support through things like the "Devroom" and promising a "prototype/prologue" (that you'd still would have to pay for!) so that the game could get pushed through. In essence, it was Inafune's first attempt at a "Kickstarter", before Kickstarter was even a thing that registered on his radar screen. On that note, it's funny how Red Ash mimicked DASH3's campaign in a similar way; right down to trying to get people to pay for a Prologue!
...Then, Inafune departed Capcom, for reasons. And basically abandoned his own Kickstarter, in the process.
And in wake of all the "scandal" that's going on with MN9, which gives Backers a mere taste of what a publisher must have to go through daily, and for many, MANY more games? The "Big Bad Capcom" angle just doesn't stick as much, any more. Not that they're entirely blameless, but Inafune was the very same guy who proudly stated in interviews that he'd do things like go 400% over budget in order to force Capcom's hands with greenlighting his projects. Eventually, something had to give, and someone in the Tsujimotos' inner circle was not going tolerate those kinds of antics any longer.