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What is Mighty No. 9 about?

Mighty No. 9 is focused on 2D platforming with a blend of 2D and 3D artwork and animation. The player is able to run, jump and shoot projectiles at enemies they encounter. Furthermore, the player will be able to acquire both weapons and abilities from enemies they defeat. The game will feature an intro level followed by the eight main stages, which are freely chosen in any order by the player. At the end of each stage, Beck, the protagonist, must face one of the other eight "Mighty Number" units in a boss battle.[3] A final set of stages are unlocked at the end of the game, leading up to the final showdown. An additional level starring Call is also available at some point, provided through one of the completed stretch goals.

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4.0

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Inti Creates

Release

23 Jun 2016 ⏰

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tijmen2002

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14d ago

I'm afraid I can't understand the whole hate. I liked the game and sometimes it was tricky. Many complain it's unfair. Did you ever play Mega man??When I read comments like that, how unfair and shit it is. But on the same breath, pronouncing the name Mega man comes to me with a smile. In Megaman, the pixel jumps were sometimes more horrible than the bosses here and often had to start the level all over again. Mighty no 9, on the other hand, is really easy to control and was also pleased with the Rush combo system. Everyone wants a Megaman clone and it is offered here. But still everyone complains. . . why? The question is easy to answer: 1. you never really dealt with Megaman yourself and only saw a few videos about it. Or simply forgot how UNFAIR and HEAVY were the bosses and the stages (Skullman Stage and Mega Man 2 Willystage 4 Boss). I still play on the NES Megaman 1-4 and on the legacy version the remaining parts. GOTT. . . that's unfair. But now to my personal opinion for Mighty no 9. For me the game was too easy, but still a very nice clone and I hope that the developers will stick to it and release another part. In some places you had to puke and also start the level completely from the beginning. Especially with the last boss. That's what makes the game so exciting. I'll probably touch it again in a few weeks or even months (It's no different with Megaman). But I'll look forward to it like I did the first time.

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