The official website for Comcept and Inti Create's Mighty No. 9 recently updated with a tour of Mighty No. 4's domain. The stage in question is a mine full of vicious traps, some of which you can see in the screens after the jump.
If you've been closely following the development of Comcept's spiritual Mega Man successor, Mighty No. 9, you might have seen Keiji Inafune's New Year's message, which includes a brief look at a new stage. See some more of the Kickstarter-funded platformer in action after the jump.
In the latest development update from Kickstarter success Mighty No. 9, the folks at Comcept revealed some snazzy box art, which really nails the Famicom style. Of course it's a bit slicker than most classic game art, and those with keen eyes might also notice something different about Beck's design. See for yourself after the jump.
Comcept recently shared a video promoting some potential DLC for Mighty No. 9, which, as you may recall, isn't even out yet. Now the plans have been expanded, and despite having pulled in quite a large sum via the initial Kickstarter campaign, more money is needed to make it happen. Hit the jump for more.
In addition to making a new stage available to beta players, Comcept posted a few new updates regarding the currently-in-development Mighty No. 9. After asking fans to offer up opinions on English vs. Japanese voices, Comcept settled on including English voice acting. More on that and potential DLC after the jump.
Comcept shared some more Mighty No. 9 gameplay footage over the holiday weekend, including a look at the Mega Man style platformer's Online Race Battle mode. See that and more after the jump.
If the latest Kickstarter update is any indication, it looks like Mighty No. 9 is coming along quite nicely. It's still very clearly a work in progress with many unfinished and unpolished aspects, but the July gameplay video shows plenty of promise after the jump.
During an SGC 2014 Q&A, one of the audience members asked if Keiji Inafune would be interested in making a Mega Man Legends-style take on Mighty No. 9. See his response after the jump.
Another update on the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter page offers up a look at some of protagonist Beck's various moves. Appropriately titled "Beck Springs into Action," the clips show some of what Beck can do, from basic movements to climbing, dashing, and absorbing. Hit the jump for those and more.
As promised, Keiji Inafune and the Mighty No. 9 team had some big announcements to make at Anime Expo. Chief among them was the reveal of a CG-animated series, currently in production at Digital Frontier and slated for a Q2 2016 release. Read on for more.
If you've been following the development of the crowd-funded Mighty No. 9, you'll be happy to know that Keiji Inafune and the folks at Comcept have some new in-progress footage to share. See how the spiritual successor to Mega Man is shaping up after the jump.
Keiji Inafune and his team are hard at work at the Kickstarter-funded Mighty No. 9. You can see a bit of how things are coming along—from stages to a couple boss battle samples—in the work-in-progress footage after the jump.
Anime Expo recently announced the addition of Keiji Inafune to the convention as a Guest of Honor. Known both for his work on Mega Man and more while at Capcom, as well as current projects like Mighty No. 9, Inafune will participate in a Q&A and autograph sessions. Read on for more.
Thanks to the latest update over at the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter, we've got a nostalgic look back at the old days of Capcom. Project lead Keiji Inafune, composer Manami Matsumae, and game designer Naoya Tomito (Tom-Pon) reminisce about their early days in the game industry in the roundtable chat after the jump.
Comcept whipped up another nice little look behind the scenes of Mighty No. 9, Keiji Inafune's Kickstarter-funded spiritual successor to Mega Man. The video features Inafune doing some live-drawing as he sketches a design for one of the platformer's Humanoid Robot grunt enemies. Hit the jump to watch.