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Tuesday, 10 September 2013 08:26

Stretch goals added for Mighty No. 9

Written by David Stellmack

Inafune’s project seeks $3.3 million for all of it

The new Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter project headed by Keiji Inafune has announced additional stretch goals for his new spiritual successor to the Megaman franchise. The Kickstarter campaign is seeking $3.3 million in funding to include the new stretch goals, which include versions for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 if successfully funded. The base game, which is already funded for the PC version, is also seeking to get to $2.2 million to see the game ported to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii U. At last glance, funding had already hit $1.9 million, so we have to think that $2.2 million or maybe the $3.3 million goal isn’t out of reach.

Inafune describes the project as a Classic Japanese side-scrolling action title in the spirit of the 8bit and 16bit classic titles, to be infused with modern graphics and fresh mechanics that are being driven by fan input. The game is being developed by an all-star team of veteran developers and led by Inafune.

The finished game is set to arrive in 2015 and we have to admit that the game sounds promising; and with Inafune leading it, it is bound to be one title not to miss.

Find out more about Mighty No. 9 here.

 

David Stellmack

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