While there are glimmers of hope throughout the adventure, the majority of ReCore is neither remarkable nor technically sound.
After several years, delays, and missteps, the Kickstarter-funded Mighty No. 9 is here, and believe me when I say that the supposed spiritual successor to Mega Man is a Mega Bust.
Comcept was supposed to launch a demo of Mighty No. 9 this week as an apology for the game being delayed into 2016. Unfortunately, that is being delayed as well.
Keiji Inafune's spiritual successor to the Mega Man series, Mighty No. 9, has been officially delayed to 2016.
With all signs pointing to Red Ash's Kickstarter not making its campaign goal this week, Comcept announced a publisher will fund the game's development.
As Red Ash's Kickstarter campaign faces its last few days where it could potentially kick the bucket, Comcept released a demo for it where Beck can kick the can.
Comcept has released some animated prototype footage to showcase what the world and characters of Mega Man Legends' spiritual successor Red Ash are all about.
Comcept, Contradiction Films and Legendary Digital Media have announced that they're working on a live action, feature-length project based on Mighty No. 9.
Keiji Inafune and Comcept's spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends, Red Ash, has taken to Kickstarter for both a game and an animated movie.
Capcom may never give us a third Mega Man Legends, but Keiji Inafune and Comcept are teasing yet another spiritual successor.