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Capcom has promised disgruntled Mega Man fans it still remains committed to the franchise - and revealed plans to announce new games in the series "in due course".
The Japanese publisher disappointed many Mega Man fans when it canned Nintendo 3DS game Mega Man Legends 3 and the Prototype version of the game, intended as a Nintendo eShop download.
This, coupled with the departure of Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune, caused some to fear Capcom had ditched the blue boy robot for good.
UPDATE: King of Pirates is currently only planned for release in Japan (as of Oct. 2011), according to the game's recently launched website.
ORIGINAL STORY: Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune is making a Nintendo 3DS game called King of Pirates, due out next year.
It's described as an action RPG with multiplayer by Andriasang. King of Pirates (Kai-oh in Japanese) has a pirate theme. You play as a penguin.
Departed Capcom development chief Keiji Inafune offered to finish the cancelled Mega Man Legends 3 project, but Capcom declined, according to a Game Blurb report.
Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune is working on a cute social game.
Capcom has cancelled development of its Nintendo 3DS Mega Man game.
Mega Man Legends 3, announced in September last year, was cancelled because it failed to meet "the required criteria", Capcom said.
In a FAQ on Capcom Unity, Capcom said it has no plans to restart the project in the future.
Mega Man Legends 3: Prototype Version will be a 3DS eShop launch title when the service goes live next month, Capcom has announced.
Capcom is inviting its fans to help develop Mega Man Legends 3 by submitting ideas for gameplay, bosses, characters and other elements.
Capcom has announced Mega Man Legends 3 Project and Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D for 3DS.