Remember that one kickstarter platformer that passed its goal a few months ago…..well now it’s finally produced some actual gameplay.
Keiji Inafune’s new game, Mighty No. 9, well surpassed its funding goal and has finally shown gameplay footage and the platforms on which it will be released. This spiritual successor to the original Megaman has been anticipated greatly by Megaman fans who, like Inafune, are slightly disappointed with Capcom’s treatment of the franchise.
Mighty No. 2 and Mighty No. 5 have been revealed as two of the bosses in the game along with concept art for the pair. You can even see Mighty No. 5 in the gameplay footage below.
The game itself is supposed to be released next spring for Xbox One and 360, PS3,PS4, Mac, Linux, PC, WiiU, 3ds and Vita, so pretty much everyone will be able to play it.
I have been looking forward to this game since it was announced, and I’m pretty pleased with the footage. It looks like a really great game overall, and hopefully I’ll be able to play it upon release. It does look a LOT like Megaman, but that’s not really a bad thing. This is supposed to hearken back to Megaman’s roots, after all.
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