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.
Comcept recently offered backers of the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter the opportunity to ask composer Manami Matsumae some questions. Learn about how she protects her own style, when inspiration hits, her method of composing tunes, and more after the jump.
Keiji Inafune and Comcept shared some new alpha footage of Mighty No. 9 at this week's Game Developers Conference. While it's clearly still very early, it's even more apparent how Mega Man this game is in the clip after the jump.
The folks at Comcept shared a look into the making and testing of Mega Man spiritual successor Mighty No. 9 when they first showed head honcho Keiji Inafune playing the Alpha build. Now they're back with a much longer version of the clip after the jump.
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!
Beck—star of Keiji Inafune's crowd-funded spiritual successor to Mega Man, Mighty No. 9—isn't just being featured in his own game. He's also making an appearance in Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, at least as a DLC costume. See that, the classic mode, and more 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!