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Mighty No. 9th delay

Mighty No. 9 delayed (again)

Mighty No. 9 had a firm February 9 release date after a series of delays (the original Kickstarter estimate for delivery was April 2015) and then a recent promise that there'd be no more delays. Well, about that... A very hilarious beat-aro...   read

 
 
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ReCore

Keiji Inafune's ReCore is launching on PC too

A big to-do was made about ReCore's reveal at E3 2015, as it seemed Keiji Inafune's next game would be an Xbox One exclusive. It turns out that's only a half-truth, as ReCore will also be available on Microsoft's Windows 10. The reveal...   read

 
 
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ReCore

Halo, Destiny writer is penning Inafune's Xbox One exclusive ReCore

Mega Man co-creator and crowdfunding enthusiast Keiji Inafune is the most prominent name attached to upcoming Xbox One exclusive ReCore, but the game is being written by former Bungie man Joseph Staten, The New York Times reveals in a recen...   read

 
 
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Mighty No. 9
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New Mighty No. 9 trailer showcases additional modes

Mighty No. 9 is going for that "kooky weird Saturday morning cartoon" vibe with this new trailer, meant to showcase some of the game's new modes, and that ever-popular brand™ building Minecraft pre-order bonus skin. Since it hit...   read

 
 
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Mighty No. 9

Mighty No. 9 gets a new site, still a long ways away

A new website has popped up for Mighty No. 9, delivering all of the previous information in one place. This includes a look at all eight Robot Masters Mighty Numbers Roll Call, Dr. Light Dr. William White, Mega Man's Beck's transformat...   read

 
 
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Mighty No. 9

Inafune promises no more Mighty No. 9 delays, talks sequel

The Mighty No. 9 situation is just silly to me at this point. After multiple delays, including a last-minute one that was perfectly timed around the Red Ash project's end, and an "apology" Flash game, it's almost like a circus. No...   read

 
 
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Mighty Gunvolt PC

Mighty Gunvolt is headed to PC today

If you bought Azure Striker Gunvolt at any point before today on PC, you'll net yourself a free copy of Mighty Gunvolt, which is now available. If not, you'll have to pony up $4.99 for the privilege. This version will sport the DLC, wh...   read

 
 
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Mighty No. 9

Mighty No. 9 has settled on a release date

Mighty No. 9 has a new release date: February 9, 2016 in the Americas, and February 12, 2016 everywhere else. That goes for physical and digital versions on Xbox One, PS4, and Wii U, and digital only on Xbox 360, PS3, PC, and Mac. The 3DS a...   read

 
 
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Mighty No. 9

Comcept confirms Mighty No. 9 demo delay

Hey remember that Mighty No. 9 demo delay that was snuck into a contest post? Well it didn't give people much information, hinting at a possible delay for some users. Now, thanks to a backer email (read: I'm a backer), we have the full scoo...   read

 
 
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Might Number of delays

Mighty No. 9 trial version delayed after being an apology for initial delay

Remember when Mighty No. 9 was delayed into 2016, and then a trial version was promised to release today to backers as a sort of apology for said delay? Today the official blog has announced the trial version has a "good chance" it would mi...   read

 
 
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Mighty No. 9

Mighty No. 9 is getting a 'trial version' as an apology for the delay

As you may have heard, Mighty No. 9 was delayed recently into 2016. As an apology of sorts, backers will be able to access an "exclusive trial," which will run from September 15, for a full month on PC. It will include four levels, one...   read

 
 
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Mighty No. 9

Comcept finally confirms that the Mighty No. 9 2016 delay is REAL

Late last week, Mike Futter at Game Informer and I broke the news that Mighty No. 9 might be getting a last-minute delay. It was set for a September release date, but rumblings suggested that it would be pushed into 2016. Comcept has c...   read

 
 


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Kickstarter

Keiji Inafune: Is it too soon to start my next Kickstarter? (Fauxclusive)

Game developer Keiji Inafune asked himself today if it was too soon for him to start his next Kickstarter campaign. In the minutes following Red Ash's Kickstarter failure, Inafune paced around his office mentally going through his back cata...   read

 
 
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Red Ash

The Red Ash anime Kickstarter is funded, game still woefully behind

Yes, you read that right -- there are two Kickstarters currently underway for Red Ash -- one is for an anime, and the other is for the game. While the latter is now funded by way of an outside publisher for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, the former...   read

 
 
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Mighty No. 9 delay?

More signs point to a 2016 delay for Mighty No. 9

Mighty No[t the concept art] 9 isn't in the best spot right now. All week we've been hearing rumors of a delay into 2016, and I declined to really comment on it until I had done some digging. I can now confirm through a source at ...   read

 
 
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Red Ash

Red Ash Kickstarter loses roughly $4,000 since publisher announcement, stretch goals revealed

Recently, it was revealed that the Red Ash project, a callback to Mega Man Legends, had already secured a publisher mid-Kickstarter campaign. The game is being made. Now, the Kickstarter is solely for "extra" funds and content, a strat...   read

 
 
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Red Ash

Inafune's Red Ash is now being funded by FUZE, Kickstarter is for 'more content'

Well, it looks like businessman Inafune did some business things, as the Red Ash Kickstarter, which looks like it wasn't going to make it, has secured outside funding. It will be published by the Chinese digital entertainment company FUZE E...   read

 
 
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Play the Red Ash prototype in your browser, though it is not fun

Keiji Inafune and Comcept are really trying to sell Red Ash: The Indelible Legend, Inafune's follow up to Mighty No. 9 and spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends. Its Kickstarter campaign ends in five days and it is hardly more than halfwa...   read

 
 
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  Watch Video Red Ash hasn't become an overnight success for Comcept. Unlike Mighty No. 9, the project is struggling to meet its $800,000 Kickstarter goal, having raised just over half that with 9 days to go. With the clock winding down, Comcept is trying to turn the campaign's fortunes around, announcing a potential PlayStation 4 release and sharing some early footage of a pre-alpha prototype.   read
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Red Ash

Inafune's Red Ash Kickstarter adds one million dollar PS4 stretch goal

The Red Ash Kickstarter isn't looking so good, but now it has another weapon up its sleeve to vie for your cash -- a console goal. If the campaign nets $1,000,000, the game will make it to PS4 as well as PC. A recent poll showed the PS...   read

 
 
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Mighty No. 9 film

Um, they're making a LIVE-ACTION Mighty No. 9 movie

Keiji Inafune and Comcept are so busy! Mighty No. 9 still needs to come out, Mega Man Legends-inspired Red Ash (game and anime) just hit Kickstarter, and now there's word of a Mighty No. 9 film. A live-action one at that. Legendary Pictures...   read

 
 
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Inafune

Inafune's Red Ash Kickstarter isn't doing crazy well, but here's a mockup screen

Red Ash: The Indelible Legend isn't having quite as successful of a Kickstarter campaign as Mighty No. 9, which was basically funded instantly. It's currently sitting at roughly $300,000 of its $800,000 goal, and for the game to basically m...   read

 
 
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Keiji Inafune isn't one to pull punches. In recent years, the Mega Man co-creator has become one of the most outspoken critics of the Japanese video game industry, making remarks like "Japan is over." Recalling those "bold st...   read

 
Red Ash
Keiji Inafune and Comcept have wrapped development on Mighty No. 9 and are now returning to Kickstarter to fund their next project, Red Ash, a spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends. Announced today at Anime Expo in Los Ange...   read

 
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Keiji Inafune probably making Mega Man Legends successor

Keiji Inafune is at Anime Expo, which starts today in LA, to make a "special announcement," that "may interest Mega Man fans." The Mega Man co-creator left Capcom and formed Comcept, which recently has worked on two Mega Man style gam...   read

 
 
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