Few Kickstarter projects have been as successful as The Mighty No. 9, the spiritual successor to Mega Man which cleared over $3,845,000 in pledges in its funding campaign last year, nearly four times what was asked in the first place and yet, despite this huge success the game’s creator Keiji Inafune is retuning to the fans to ask for even more money.
“You heard it right, Keiji Inafune and the Mighty No. 9 team is pleased to open up a new funding campaign for the project via PayPal!”
Reads a post on The Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter page which continues from there to outline that, although there has been enough money raised to make The Mighty No. 9 game as promised Inafune and his team simply have so many more ideas rattling around their heads that they’d like to use some more of your money to make them happen as well. Said ideas listed include full English voice acting and an animated series which you can see a teaser video of here, but one must ask themselves, are these goals really not possible with the money already raised and if not then maybe Mr. Inafune could use whatever profits he makes from selling The Mighty No. 9 to fund a television series himself instead of attempting to re-milk the fans.