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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:46pm 02/12/15 | 1 Comments
Originally slated for a September 2015 release, the Kickstarter-funded Mighty No. 9 is now due February 9. And to go over the modes found in the game, as well as hype-up the release a little bit, we get a new trailer. One that, well, does and doesn't sell the prospect of this being the spiritual successor to Mega Man. The characters certainly look the part, with designs that scream 'Hey that's Mega Man!', and "Yo, that totes be Zero', but the overall look of the game seems a little generic.

Check it out. Preferably without audio.



As for the comment about it looking a little 'meh', that's probably due to the 2.5D presentation style. Which strangely seems to both have and lack any real character, and in equal proportion. But then again that might be an affinity to the wonderful 2D art-style of the 16-bit Mega Man X games.

Mighty No. 9 is out February 9 on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Wii U.



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Midda
Posted 08:29pm 02/12/15
I backed this as Mega Man X is one of my all-time favourite games. I'm not really that impressed by what's come out of it. Art isn't very good, and going by the demo they released a little while back, the level design isn't that great either. Pretty disappointing.
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