Let me explain one last time: Capcom is not guilty for all that have been happening to Mega Man. The producers as well as the fans are the true villains. "Oh, but you protect an evil megacorp, you blame the fans like they did", you may say. But let me clear up some facts:
* The reason Mega Man Legends 3 and Mega Man Universe were canceled are unknown to everyone BUT the producer that took into Mega Man after Keiji Inafune left Mega Man and Capcom behind (Yes, he did do that. So much his first project AFTER leaving was to create a Mega Man clone. Not that it is a bad thing, but leaves it OBVIOUS). Maverick Hunter was canceled, likely, somewhere BEFORE Keiji Inafune left, and some of its elements are present in Mega Man Zero 4, as well as its name would conflict with Maverick Hunter X, Mega Man Online was canceled by the developers and host that took into MAKING that game to begin. Oh, and Mega Man Anniversary Collection GB? Dibs they were going to add new content to the games, for which they would REALLY need to have the (still lost) source code in order to make that game in time.
* I blamed the fans, right? And I'm damn right about this! They are bitching too much about Capcom only over TWO FRANCHISES! That's right, Devil May Cry and Mega Man is the reason fans go full retard! I am too disappointed at what happened, but you don't see me complaining all the time. Know why? I move on. DmC is bad? Who cares?! I played it, I liked, I just think it has a future aside from the main branch of DMC. Mega Man is dead? For you it is, but for REAL fans, who keeps MAKING stuff or enjoying the games, it will NEVER die! ... Oh, right, the whole "fans are to blame", right? Mega Man XOver, a FREE iOS game (probably would be Freemium but with the Premium content being easily ignored) would have been released in USA in january of 2013. The reason it wasn't? The producer saw the negative reactions and thought that "they wouldn't want it". So, <sarcasm>conglaturations, you are winnar, you made a game another Japan exclusive</sarcasm>. Yes, I was being sarcastic.
And to close this pointless rant (Pointless because NOBODY EVER CARES, I know it), Capcom is one of the few companies to OFFICIALLY give the stamp of approval to a fan game. Other companies shrug it off or send C&D. When a fan came to them with the concept of a fan game, they just went "Fan game?! Let's make it official instead!", and didn't demand anything in exchange. Is Capcom REALLY evil now? Think, people... think.