It's still early, but developer Comcept's YouTube channel recently posted footage of Keiji Inafune taking his Mega Man spiritual successor Mighty No. 9 for a spin. Watch him play around with some of the mechanics, showing off the absorption dash technique and alpha visuals, in the English-subtitled clip after the jump.
Back when the insanely successful Kickstarter campaign for Keiji Inafune's spiritual successor to Mega Man, Mighty No. 9, was nearing its end, fans were able to start voting on designs for protagonist Beck's sidekick. See what fans decided on after the jump!
Keiji Inafune and Comcept now have an official site for their spiritual successor to Mega Man, Mighty No. 9. Those who contributed to the overwhelmingly successful Kickstarter campaign should be receiving login information for the site, which includes forums that are currently exclusive to backers. Read on for more.
At the time of the last Mighty No. 9 post 3DS and Vita versions were the most recently cleared stretch goal, but now it's all over, and with PayPal included they managed to blast through every single one. Read on for more.
The Kickstarter campaign for Mighty No. 9, is pretty much a wrap at this point. In its last hours it managed the impressive feat of securing some key stretch goals, including releases on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo 3DS, and PS Vita. More after the jump.
While the footage comes with a host of disclaimers, Keiji Inafune and his team at Comcept shared the first footage testing the Unreal-powered, Kickstarter-funded Mighty no. 9. See that and more after the jump!
There are just three days left to go in the Kickstarter for Mighty no. 9! The updates are still running wild, though, with new stretch goals, a documentary video, and character design voting in full swing. Hit the jump for more.
Keiji Inafune's Mighty No. 9, the Kickstarter-funded spiritual successor to Mega Man, officially hit the stretch goal that will bring it to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U. Read on for more!
It's been a while since we heard Mega Man mastermind Keiji Inafune's disparaging thoughts on the state of Japanese game development, so it's probably a good time to check in. He's had some comments since then from time to time, but at this past weekend's PAX Prime he told GameSpot things are still pretty bad over there. More after the jump
It was just yesterday that we posted about Mighty No. 9, a spiritual successor of sorts to Mega Man from former Capcom producer and Blue Bomber mastermind Keiji Inafune and his team at comcept. With 29 days remaining, the Kickstarter campaign has already resulted in successfully funding the game.
Former Capcom producer and Mega Man series mastermind Keiji Inafune has pulled together a team of veteran Mega Man developers to work on a spiritual successor of sorts, and they need your help to bring it home. Mighty No. 9 is a 2D platformer that draws plenty of inspiration from the Blue Bomber, and a Kickstarter campaign recently launched to make it a reality. Read on for more.