Mighty No. 9 has been making waves in the gaming community as it’s Keiji Inafune’s attempt to bring back Mega Man gameplay after Capcom cancelled his last project. The Kickstarter is still ongoing and in an attempt to gather more funds in its final few days, Comcept have released a short 13-second video that gives a rough look at how the game will play.
Of course it should be re-iterated that this is very alpha footage and the artwork is not finalized. The game is scheduled to launch in 2015, with a Wii U launch included. If you’re interested in checking out the project and perhaps donating, you can find it here. The project currently has $3 million in funding with under 48 hours to go, with the last update mentioning that Mega Man 2 composer Takashi Tateishi is on board to produce the music.
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