Video Game Tuesday: An Open Letter to Capcom


This week for Video Game Tuesday I’ve got an few things to say to the people behind an abomination. It’s An Open Letter to Capcom!

To those involved in the latest Mega Man cartoon,

Please cease desecrating an IP that is already dead, this latest attempt to bring it back is only a slap in the face of those fans who still enjoy the series. Seriously, I don’t want to see this happen to another series I loved back when I was a kid. Sonic’s latest redesign was a horrific mistake, and despite the flack Sega got, they still decided to do it and wasted potential money that would be better used on a game using the older design instead of their supposedly newer and better design. Mega Man has always had a special place in my heart, and some of my favorite handheld games were Mega Man games. Despite the fact that you sacked Keiji Inafune, buried the series and let other people do better than you with your own IP, I still hope that someday I’ll finally get to see another proper Mega Man game instead of rehashes of past glories that don’t work in today’s market. So cease working on this latest abomination of a cartoon series and focus your money on a game that actually does the IP justice.


Michael Blaker

P.S. I’m still waiting for a continuation of the ZX series.

3 thoughts on “Video Game Tuesday: An Open Letter to Capcom

  1. Michael, in case you didn’t know. Next month, your wishes may be granted. Keiji Inafune is releasing a spiritual successor to Mega Man. It’s called the Mighty No. 9. All the info is available at their web site.

  2. Pingback: Video Game Tuesday: An Open Letter to Capcom #JHedzWorlD | JHedzWorlD

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