Capcom has posted an apology and notice of cancelation on the official Japanese website for Mega Man Universe.

Source: Joystiq

Capcom has posted an apology and notice of cancelation on the official Japanese website for Mega Man Universe, a customizable Mega Man game that was scheduled to launch on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network later this year. The retro-styled platformer was an amalgam of remade Mega Man 2 levels, customizable characters, and user-created levels.

According to Capcom’s notice, the decision to extinguish Mega Man Universe was given impetus by “various circumstances.” Those may involve the departure of Mega Man creator and Universe conceptual lead Keiji Inafune, who left Capcom in October 2010.

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