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.
Mighty No. 9
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.
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.
Mighty No. 9 is a game that fans have been wanting for years, though admittedly they asked for it in a different way. This action-packed robot platformer is being developed with mega expectations thanks to the head of the project's pedigree in the gaming industry, but I don't think those expectations are any worry to the team behind the game. They have more pressing issues in mind.
The latest trailer for Mighty No. 9 reveals how gorgeous this Mega Man spiritual successor has become. We also get a look at its Collector's Edition.
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.
Last year there were a few ID@Xbox Games that debuted at GDC. This year there are a ton — 23 games made it to Microsoft's list and that's not even all of them.
Comcept has been hard at work on Mighty No. 9 since its announcement in 2013 and the finish line is now in sight.