Mighty No. 9 Trailer Drops To Mixed Comments

Mighty No. 9, the spiritual successor to Mega Man, released a new trailer today dubbed ‘Bring It’ and fans are displaying mixed feelings.

The trailer acts as a medium to display many of the game modes that will be available for play on the title. These modes vary from Boss Rush modes, a challenge mode focused around platforming and a Maniac mode in which a single hit will lead to a respawn. The new trailer also gives us insight to the tone of the game, featuring a comical announcer that will undoubtedly draw in younger audiences.

Mega Man’s last title was ‘Rockman Xover’, a Jpan exclusive on iOS released in early 2013 to celebrate Mega Man’s 25th anniversary. It received negative feedback on such a scale that a global version was never released.

Despite that Mighty No. 9 quickly became one of the most funded video game projects of all time on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, raising over $3 million from over 67,000 supporters. Though concern is clear from the comments on the new You Tube trailer. Complaints range from the 3D Graphival style, which was originally going to be 2D and hand drawn, to comments on the multiple delays the title has had.

Mighty No. 9 is currently set for release on February 12, 2016 in the UK.

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  1. People just like to whine and complain about everything and anything

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