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...
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...
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...
Money, money, money
Keiji Inafune and crew must be laughing all the way to the bank, as another round of crowdfunding has been revealed for Comcept’s upcoming Mega Man-inspired Mighty No. 9. Clearly not content with the $3.8 million that it accrued for the main game, as well as the $100,000 post-campaign fund
Mighty No. 9 is one of the biggest video game success stories on Kickstarter since the crowd funding website was conceived. Originally coveting $900,000, the Mega Man-esque side-scroller eventually went on to raise a whopping $3.8 million after almost 70,000 backers contributed to its cause. It seems that quadrupling its target wasn’t...
Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune gives it his approval
Former Capcom executive Keiji Inafune has released a one minute video of himself playing Mega Man's spiritual successor, Mighty No. 9. The footage showcases early alpha gameplay and demonstrates a handful of the mechanics currently in the crowd-funded game. In addition, the clip gives us some...
Buy your soul
Keiji Inafune's pretty awesome-looking Soul Sacrifice will reach the West, Sony's announced. No word on when the game will reach Vitas outside Japan but we're guessing it won't be for a good five or six months yet. Until then, just enjoy watching this video from Keiji Inafune and talk about it all in the comments below.
Former Capcom gaffer Keiji Inafune has announced that he is working on a PlayStation 3 exclusive RPG, due for release in August
According to an interview with Bloomberg, Inafune also has another social game in the pipeline, but details are scarce. Presumably both projects are being developed under Inafune's new Comcept label. Inafune left Capcom last year after 23 years of service at the Japanese..
The former Capcom cheif, Keiji Inafune, has announced that he's starting up two new companies: Intercept and Comcept
Intercept will deal with game development, while Comcept handles other areas of media such as books and video. We imagine both companies will work together on similar properties to strengthen brands across different forms of media...