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- 21st Jun 2016
- 21st Jun 2016
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Mighty big shoes to fill
From the moment that the Kickstarter for Mighty No. 9 was announced, there were enormous expectations placed upon it, and it was always going to be impossible to live up to them. The hype came from Keiji Inafune and a team of Mega Man veterans being at the helm of what appeared to be a spiritual successor to the classic...
Hey, remember Mighty No. 9? Following a farcical crowd funding campaign and an incredibly troubled development cycle, the Mega Man-style sidescroller finally released on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 back in 2016. Unfortunately, the wait was not worth it. Mighty No. 9 was panned by critics and consumers alike, and these days, it only...
Better than nothing
Mighty No. 9 brings all new meaning to the age-old message board adage: looks like a PlayStation 2 game. And that's mainly because… Well, it does. But at least with low-quality production values you can be guaranteed a sturdy framerate on the PlayStation 4, right? Right? Right? Not so, as Digital Foundry has taken the...
More like shitey
Mighty No. 9, the crowd-funded Mega Man-inspired platformer, is looking like a bit of a stinker. Bet you'd never have guessed, eh? We're still boosting through baddies, but our review should be with you imminently [It's up now - Ed]. In the meantime, the rest of the industry doesn't seem overly impressed with Keiji Infafune's...
This is a story that just keeps getting better and better. After more delays than we care to remember and countless promotional cock-ups, Mighty No. 9 isn't exactly in the best shape leading up to its launch next month on the 21st June. Yesterday, publisher Deep Silver released this trailer, which went down really, really badly with...
"Cry like an anime fan on prom night"
Mighty No.9's been stuck between a rock(man) and a hard place for as long as we can remember, and its situation doesn't seem to be improving, even as we near its 21st June release date. The crowdfunded sidescroller looks as rough as ever in its newest trailer, and the 800 dislikes that sit on its YouTube page...
The saga continues
Mighty No. 9, also known as Kickstarter Mega Man: The Eternal Struggle, supposedly has a release date. The side scrolling title has been delayed approximately 18,000 times previously, so we're just hoping that this date's going to stick - but only because we're sick and tired of writing about how the game's been pushed back again...
Delay No. 3
Mega Man-inspired platformer Mighty No. 9 will miss its 9th February release date, marking a third delay for the side-scroller. The game has now been pushed back to the rather nebulous Spring 2016 window, as developer Inti Creates continues to iron out the network issues which have plagued the crowd funded project for almost half a year...
We knew this day would come
Mighty No. 9, the Kickstarter-developed Mega Man-esque project from industry legend Keiji Inafune has been delayed more times than we care to count - but it's currently on track for launch early next year, on the 12th February. In fact, Inafune recently popped up at a Japanese convention to confirm that this was still the...
Mega news, man
Comcept's overdue outing Mighty No. 9 will power its way to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 on 9th February in North America and 12th February in Europe. The platformer was originally due out this month, but was pushed back at the very last minute following a failed Kickstarter from creator Keiji Inafune. There is a PlayStation...
Not so mega, man
Mighty No. 9 will indeed say nein [Yes, we're recycling that one – Ed] to its previously planned 15th September release, as Comcept has confirmed in a since pulled forum post that the Mega Man-esque escapade has been delayed. The news follows the conclusion of creator Keiji Inafune's failed Red Ash Kickstarter – we're sure...
Mighty No. 9 is a Japanese 2D Side-scrolling Action game that takes the best elements from 8 and 16-bit classics and transforms them with modern tech, fresh mechanics, and fan input into something fresh and amazing!
Every aspect of Mighty No. 9's development—art, level design, music, programming, etc.—is being handled by veteran Japanese game creators with extensive experience in the genre, all the way up to and including the project's leader, game industry legend, Keiji Inafune himself!