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Thursday, 12 September 2013 12:00

Mighty No. 9 continues to rake in the cash

Written by David Stellmack

Breaks $2 million barrier with 20 days to go

You have to hand it to Keiji Inafune, because it seems to know what people want and they have committed over $2 million in funding for Mighty No. 9. Yes, that’s right with 20 days to go the Kickstarter is raising so much money that it is ripping through the stretch goals like no one would have believed.

The next stretch goal at $2.2 million however might be the most important of all. With 20 days to go it looks at but certain that they will get to the stretch goal that will see Mighty No. 9 ported to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii U platforms. This stretch goal is for sure the most important that would see the game released on these console systems so that even more people can enjoy the Mighty No. 9.

Inafune and company have no stopped there, with additional stretch goals that have been added up to and including the porting of Might No. 9 to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 if they are able to reach the $3.3 million mark. Inafune promises more surprises and extras to be added as more money is raised to support this Kickstarter project.

A few days ago when we told you that Mighty No. 9 would have to raise $3.3 million on Kickstarter to get Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions, we have to admit that we were not sure that it was possible. Now with 20 days to go and on the threshold of raising $2.2 million needed for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii U versions, we have to think that it is possible and the extras and the game will continue to grow. If you are a fan of the games that Inafune has developed, this is your chance to help fund a one of a kind title and help make the game that they want to make.

Read and see more about Might No. 9 here.

 

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