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Keiji Inafune's Mighty No. 9 releases today in North America, and publisher Deep Silver dropped a launch trailer for you to enjoy.
Since the debut of its Kickstarter campaign in 2013, the Mega Man spiritual successor Mighty No. 9 has had a long journey from its crowdfunding days to its now impending release this week, while players can get
The Mighty No. 9 platform survey, which allows backers to choose their desired platform for the game, has had it deadline extended due to the company not getting a response from over 13,000 backers.
Keiji Inafune's Mighty No. 9 has a ton of bad will harbored against it, and the latest gameplay trailer is bringing that shade out in droves. The footage (seen below) highlights some of the features in the
As Mighty No. 9 approaches its latest (and hopefully final) release date, the official Twitter account revealed some exciting news for backers in a new status update, which hopefully sets the release in stone:
After multiple delays, we finally have a confirmed release date for Mighty No. 9, and it is June 21, 2016.
Despite the delay later into 2016, Mighty No.9's trophies have appeared online thanks to Exophase. There are thirty one trophies total, broken down between a platinum, five gold, nine silver, and sixteen bronze.
Mighty No. 9 has quite the tumultuous life cycle. The game began its existence as one of the most ambitious Kickstarter campaigns for a game we'd ever seen, headed by Mega Man producer Keiji Inafune. The gameplay
Ahead of next week's PlayStation Experience event, a new trailer has been revealed for Mighty No. 9, the long-awaited crowdfunded game from creator Keiji Inafune. Inafune himself will be present at the event to show off the
The official Mighty No. 9 Twitter account revealed today that the demo is now live on Humble Bundle, as well as the new release date for the title:
The Mighty No. 9 special demo, which is only available to Kickstarter backers at this point, released today instead of the projected September 15th release date.
Coming off its highly successful Kickstarter campaign several years ago, Keiji Inafune's Mighty No. 9 has plenty of fans waiting with high expectations, yet unfortunately it seems the wait will have to be for a little longer
New Mighty No. 9 footage showcases new gameplay for the title; it also features the Japanese voice work for the characters.
The purpose of the video is to introduce the Mighty No. 9 sound creators to viewers:
Earlier today many customers who pre-ordered the Mighty No. 9 Signature Edition received the following email concerning the status of the item (thanks to NeoGAFer spindashing for the screenshot):
With about two months until the launch of Mighty No. 9, game creator Keiji Inafune has announced that a live-action movie adaptation of the title is currently in production.