Deep Silver and Comcept are teaming up to bring Keiji Inafune's spiritual successor to the Mega Man series, Mighty No. 9, to store shelves this September.
Mighty No. 9
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Comcept has been hard at work on Mighty No. 9 since its announcement in 2013 and the finish line is now in sight.
The retro-fueled action platformer Mighty Gunvolt gets an infusion of new levels thanks to DLC inspired by Gun Gal, Azure Striker Gunvolt and the upcoming Mighty No. 9.
With the arrival of a new box art arrives an image update for Beck, the main character of the new game.
Comcept has revealed that if it reaches a certain amount of funding by the end of 2014, it will be able to add Beck's nemesis "Ray" in Mighty No. 9.
There might be some similarities between Mighty No. 9 and his blue predecessor, but this video highlights some of the major differences between Beck and Mega Man.
A new trailer for Mighty No. 9 emerged from PAX this past weekend, and the game is looking more and more like the Mega Man we've always wanted.
We get our first look at Call in action and Beck's boss power transformations in this latest gameplay video of Mighty No. 9.
These latest gameplay videos show the fundamental actions of Beck in Mighty No. 9. Meanwhile, its secondary crowdfunding campaign just had its first stretch goal's requirement mysteriously doubled.