Mighty No. 9 - Xbox One
- Classic 2D Action Transformed
- Single Player Modes Test Your Skills
- Get Ranked on the Leaderboards
- Region/Version: R1
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Mighty No. 9 is a Japanese 2D Side-scrolling Action game that takes the best elements from the 8 and 16-bit classics and transforms them with modern tech, fresh mechanics, and fan input into something amazing, Led by a veteran team with decades of experience, Mighty No. 9 promises to be an evolution in the well-known genre.
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*Update* I have been playing this for a while now, and once you can manage to defeat hour first boss with the basic weapon, it becomes a bit easier. Even so, more than a few levels I've had to replay because I've run out of lives (even though I've got that option maxed in the settings).
Yes I know back in the day there was a lot of controversy around this game because of the people behind it overselling it, getting lots of money from a raise funding platform and in the end, the game was a "meh" in comparison to all the money they raised, people said that money did not translate directly into the quality of the game, for that amount the buyers expected a better game. It was very sketchy how the developers handled it.
BUT, if you are open minded enough to see this game for what it actually is and leave behind all the controversy, then you will enjoy it a lot. After all, it's just an indie game in the style of Mega Man, and for the price that is selling today, yes I recommend it.
Stop financing any of these projects (Example: 7 Days to Die, Mighty No. 9, Shattered: Tale of the Forgotten King, ARK: Survival Evolved, Shenmue 3, Friday the 13th The Game, Toe Jam and Earl among so many of these pipe dreams
Might No. 9 is actually a super impressive game for what it is
It's a Mega Man knock-off
Story: It's a blatant rip-off of Mega Man the story is silly and means nothing
Controls: Are solid the game is extremely easy to pick up and play
Graphics: work it's a retro 2-D homage to the original Mega Man series
The game is beautiful it look like a living breathing cartoon it also runs smooth
Sound: is also a major throw-back it has a very 1980's sound to it which i can appreciate
The difficulty I'm sure also made plenty of people into angry video game nerds
It's hard but, it's a Mega Man clone it's going to be tough and relentless
As hard as it is
its also balanced enough where you'll try again and again
You just have to figure stuff out much like during the 1980's
Even gamers my age have gotten a bit lazy
During the 8bit and 16bit era games were not for kids they were hard and didn't hold your hand
Why so angry:
If a game is going to be so awesome then a publisher will buy it and finance it
It shouldn't be up to the consumer to finance the game
Crowdfunding is a wonderful thing But, not in the gaming industry there is way too much sleazy and underhand things going on at Big Name Studios and Publisher why would you trust some smock in his basement?
Not sure why the internet almost melted over this game once it was released
I liked the idea of this game i would never help finance it......
If it was sold out the gate originally for $15.00 I'm sure it would've got a luke warm reaction But, nothing like this
Gamers just don't like to admit when they are conned
Might No .9 was a con but, it's not the worst con
It wasn't a time share meeting or a amway con it was on a crowdfunding site each one of you pitching a fit sought out this investment
and invested in it
You gambled and lost
Hopefully people will learn from this But, i doubt it
The story behind this game is more interesting then the game itself But, it's a love letter to the 1980's and it's a nice letter you'll want to read every now and then 8/10