Neclord X wrote:I...dunno, if its released on one side I wouldn't mind to play it again, for the old times, but on the other hand Im not very fond to pay for games I still have on my self.
Antimatzist wrote:That's understandable, but also keep in mind that buying the games is the most efficient way to get us heard.
Same happened with "hurr durr fans doesn't suport Megaman franchise" and look how well Mighty 9 Project gone in kickstarter.
But I think it's not that easy.
I don't say that Capcom has done a lot of right things with the Megaman franchise in the past, but Megaman might be a legendary franchise, but it isn't profitable from a business point, it's totally niche, and Might No. 9 proves that. It raised 4 Mio $ and that's not enough for a big studio like Capcom to be considered "profitable". I know this is stupid, but big companies work like that, shareholder value and high ROI's, so some franchises suffer from that. Also, there's a lot of hype about Mighty No. 9 and there are a lot of Robin Hoods who come out and say "Haha, see that evil Empire of Capcom? We can do it better as an indie project!"
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