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Mike Salbato
Here's Your Mega Man Legends 3 Bonne Mecha Contest Finalists!
And some excellent fan-made work, it is.
12.11.10 - 2:11 AM

I told you a few days ago that the Bonne Mecha Event was coming to a close, and now we have ten finalists from both the Japanese and North American Mega Man Legends 3 sites to vote on.

For the North American finalists, there are some great designs. I don't want to post them all here, so check out the Capcom Unity post to see them all. This design is all around excellent and well thought out in particular:

As cool as the NA designs are, I think the Japanese entrants - or at least the finalists - took things to another level. Not only do they all have German names, keeping with the Bonne naming conventions, but each is accompanied by storyboards, diagrams and copious amounts of text explaining the mechanics of the mecha and how the player would fight it in-game. It's quite impressive how talented and in-depth these people got. Here's an example below, and make sure to check out all of the Japanese entries here.



Oddly, the North American site also asked entrants to submit details on how their mecha would fight and such, but these were not posted on the blog. An oversight perhaps? Keep checking the post above, since I hope they'll want to share more details.


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