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How Mega Man Survived Its Creator Leaving Capcom

After the success of Mega Man 2 in 1988, Akira Kitamura, creator of the character and director of the first two games in the series, left Capcom. This is the story of the struggles the team he left behind had in carrying on without him. Read more...
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