Mighty Delay.

Since its inception back in 2013, Keiji Inafune’s Mighty No. 9 has faced a number of setbacks which have seen the game delayed more than once, and now yet again. Yes that’s right, the Mighty No. 9 has indeed slipped again, this time from February 9th to a far more vague spring 2016 release, theContinue reading “Mighty Delay.”

Mighty February.

After a disappointing delay and some less than positive press, Keiji Inafune’s Mighty No. 9 has finally received some good news this week by way of a new February release for both North America and Europe (February 9th and February 12th respectively). On a bit of a sour note, 3DS and PS Vita versions ofContinue reading “Mighty February.”

Mighty Delay.

When it rains it really does pour and this week it sure has been pouring on Keiji Inafune, who not only saw his Mega Man Legends spiritual successor Red Ash fail to meet it’s $800,000 Kickstarter goal but has now come out and confirmed that his Mega Man successor, The Mighty No 9 won’t beContinue reading “Mighty Delay.”

Mighty No 9.

With Capcom’s refusal to bring Mega Man out of his forced retirement it’s fallen on the shoulders of the man who made the blue bomber what he is today, the renowned Keiji Inafune to step up and deliver the side-scrolling action Mega Man fans have been crying out for. This is where the Mighty No.Continue reading “Mighty No 9.”