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Mighty No. 9 hits $3.8 million on Kickstarter




Remember that spiritual successor to Mega Man that Keiji Inafune is working on and has brought to Kickstarter? It’s called Mighty No. 9 and it has secured a whopping $3.8 million in the span of 31 days.

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On August 31, 2013, Inafune’s team started the Kickstarter campaign for Might No.9 with a humble goal of $900,000. (See our first article about Mighty No. 9 here.) The campaign turned to be a huge success as it was able to secure a total of $3,845,170 at the end of the campaign. Add to that the $186,380 donated via PayPal and you’re looking at a total of $4,031,550.

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So what does it mean for Mighty No. 9? With huge funds, Mighty No. 9 will now have extra stages, additional modes, expanded soundtrack, and, in addition to the PC, it will now be available for other platforms like the PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, WII U, PS Vita, and 3DS. Watch a short video of the Unreal Engine Initial Evaluation Test of Mighty No. 9 below:

Mighty No. 9 is designed by Comcept – an independent Japanese game design and development studio formed in 2010 by industry veteran Keiji Inafune. The game is expected to be released in April 2015.

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This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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5 Responses

  1. kotetsu says:

    Nice to see it gets all the support it deserves! Not to mention, the use of Unreal Engine in this game looks delicious!

  2. Jesson says:

    Not heard of that before, the Mighty No. 9. However, it looks cool game, it uses Unreal Engine.

    • kotetsu says:

      Just think of it as a spiritual successor to the Megaman series by Capcom which was made by Keiji Inafune (he’s also the creator of this game and the CEO of a company named Comcept which consists of former Capcom employees).

    • Jesson says:

      If kotetsu is right, then Mighty No. 9 is really a good game. I do love Capcom games since I was 5 years old… Remember those good old days with Marvels and Megaman.

    • Buster says:

      Indeed a revival of Mega Man.

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