Mega Man Legends 3 To Have A “Prototype Version”

By Ishaan . April 18, 2011 . 4:17pm

The Australian Classifications Board have an interesting rating up for something called Mega Man Legends 3 Prototype Version. This sounds like it could possibly be a demo or preview version of some sort for Mega Man Legends 3 on the Nintendo 3DS.


Note that the Classifications Board also rated Dissidia Duodecim Prologus, a paid demo by Square Enix, which was eventually released on the PlayStation Network.


Note: Screenshot is from an early build of Mega Man Legends 3.

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  • A possible demo? Sweet

  • Hraesvelgr

    Demo, or average Capcom game from the past few years?

    • Exkaiser

      Ba-zing. But don’t you mean every game Capcom has ever released since SF2?

  • PrinceHeir

    haven’t played the series yet, only remember the first level of MML 2 where some bug thing is chasing you and that’s it :

    • DanteJones

      You must plaaaaaaaaaay. D:

  • Learii

    MML 3 should be for PS3 not for 3DS

    • The problem with your proposition is that should Legends 3 be released in the PS3, it will only get buried by big-budget mainstream games like Call of Duty and Kill Zone.

      With the 3DS, it’s gonna get a chance for a wider audience.

    • Just a heads up for future reference — we delete comments like these, so please don’t make them. :)

    • TravisTouchdown

      Not gonna happen, fanboy. Want the game to sell? Want a Legends 4? It needs to be on a platform with a new, clutter-free market where it can propagate in the midst of a new install base.

      Oh, look! Capcom even thinks this way, too:

      “With the 3DS for Mega Man Legends 3, one of the things you’ll find about new hardware are early adopters tend to be more core. They’re passions and informed about things. Anytime there’s a new piece of hardware, there’s an opportunity to either establish new IP or reboot IP that maybe should have done better last time around. That was really more of the strategy with the 3DS, to reach a new early adopter audience. We won’t be there at launch with the game, but there are some interesting things that we’re doing that will hopefully be perceived as visionary and really fan embracive.”

  • Despie the name, could this be another Dead Rising 2: Case Zero?

    • Good call, I remember Dead Rising 2: Case Zero being pretty successful on Xbox Live, so I won’t be surprised. Great way to try out a game.

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