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From famed Mega Man creator creator Keiji Inafune comes Mighty No. 9, a side-scrolling action game that takes the best aspects of the 8- and 16-bit era classics you know and love, and ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Sylvain Agaesse Sylvain Agaesse ... Mr. Gregory Graham (voice)
Francine Baudelot Francine Baudelot ... Call / Newscaster (voice)
Steve Blum ... Mighty No. 8 (Countershade) (voice)
Bénédicte Bosc Bénédicte Bosc ... Mighty No. 2 (Cryosphere) (voice)
Brian T. Delaney ... Mighty No. 5 (Battalion) (voice)
Sébastien Desjours Sébastien Desjours ... Mighty No. 9 (Beck) (voice)
Benoît Dupac Benoît Dupac ... Mighty No. 6 (Aviator) (voice)
Alexandre Gillet Alexandre Gillet ... Mighty No. 7 (Brandish) (voice)
Jean-Bernard Guillard Jean-Bernard Guillard ... Dr. Blackwell (voice)
Mao Ichimichi Mao Ichimichi ... Call (voice) (as M·A·O)
Ikkan Ikkan ... Narrator (voice)
Tetsu Inada ... Mighty No. 4 (Seismic) (voice)
Jan Johns ... Mighty No. 3 (Dynatron) (voice)
Bob Joles ... Dr. Blackwell (voice)
JP Karliak ... Mighty No. 7 (Brandish) / Narrator (voice)
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From famed Mega Man creator creator Keiji Inafune comes Mighty No. 9, a side-scrolling action game that takes the best aspects of the 8- and 16-bit era classics you know and love, and transforms them with modern tech and fresh mechanics into something fresh and amazing.

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Japan

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English | Japanese

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21 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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One of the biggest rip-offs of 2016
20 August 2018 | by wonkertuzzSee all my reviews

Out of all the "spiritual successors" I've played through, this really is one of the worst. It's supposed to be one for the classic Mega Man series, but it's just a really bad copycat. The only 2 things this game has going for it is the gameplay and the boss battles, as they are decent enough, but everything else in this game is complete crap. The level design is blocky and doesn't add anything new, the visuals are ugly and look like something on a PS2, the music is forgettable, and the story is presented so lazily, that it really makes this game seem more like a cash grab than anything else. And look, I wouldn't be so mad, but the fact is that many people has backed this game on Kickstarter, and instead of getting an awesome game that has the same awesome stuff as Mega Man, they got this extremely lackluster copycat that adds nothing new and just takes away a lot of what made Mega Man great to begin with. And the lackluster level design and bad visuals make it hard to believe that 3-4 million dollars was used to make this game. Seriously, what the hell happened here?! I don't recommend this game not only because of the fact it sucks, but also because of the fact that this is what we got instead of what many were hoping for, and the fact that it's so lackluster and just bad even though 3-4 million dollars was put in to it makes this game one of the biggest rip-offs of 2016.


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