If Capcom still wants to get stronger on American market why not gather the old Ruby Spears team and make a new cartoon?
I'd watch it.
If MM has really come to an end then I can't do or say much about it. I had great times. Of course I would prefer to see the series going. Maybe some new direction even. I mean outside of other media such as TV and theatre.
I'd watch a new RS Mega Man cartoon as well. The issue is that I don't think anyone else would. That's why I suggested Avatar. It would hopefully be as good as Avatar, and thus draw in a new fanbase as well as keep the old one who will watch anything Mega Man. Also, I don't think Mega Man has really come to an end. They just need to think of a way to make it profitable again, which I believe can be done.
So when do we get to the part where we can create our own characters in a free-roaming 2D (or 3D) Mega Man game? ó ωò
Haha, when I get my Blues-centric game, my darling!
I jus ordered a subscription and all the backorders... ; ;
Don't worry. It's still a fun comic, but it's still a kids comic and it's clearly aimed at children. Why a series like Avatar would be good is because Avatar is a cartoon that can appeal to every age group.
Anyways, I would love for PB's idea to happen...but I just can't see it happening. Capcom still has plans for Rock, yeah, what with his supposed inclusion in SFxTK (if the Bad Boxart Megaman rumor is true though that'll help NOTHING with their situation), so at this point it feels like the only place for the franchise is cameos and merchandise right now. Still, who knows, I can only hope they're planning something big for the Blue Bomber, like a big revival for the current/next consoles. One can dream, right?
There's always hope. All you have to remember is that it's a business, so they will go for what's profitable first.
They needed a new formula a long time ago. I honestly think Legends 3 would have accomplished that. They kept on remaking the same thing, with lower budgets, and now they're acting all confused because they stopped making a profit.
To be honest, so do I. Especially considering that the 3DS is actually doing well now. SHOCKINGLY, having games out for the system helps to sell systems. I don't know if Legends 3 would have truly netted them a profit, as it was a risk, but the [acid burst] poor way the whole thing was handled was just the worst business practice I've ever seen.
In all honesty, a Legends series cartoon done by the Avatar team would actually be a very interesting idea. It's got a unique and broad enough world to work with, compelling and interesting characters, and since there have only been 2 games for it, there's plenty of room to either work with it or around it without tampering with the original source material too much.