Footage of Inafune Playing Early Mighty No. 9 ROM and More!

Footage of Inafune Playing Early Mighty No. 9 ROM and More!

Recently, we got to see some screens from the very-early-in-development α2 ROM of Mighty No. 9, courtesy of a sneak-peek provided to members of Comcept's forum dedicated to the game. At the recent D.I.C.E. 2014 expo, Inafune held a talk and featured the following short clip of himself playing the ROM.

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Behold: The First Glimpse of Mighty No. 9 Screens

Behold: The First Glimpse of Mighty No. 9 Screens

As you might have heard, Mighty No. 9 producer Nick Yu recently popped up on the super-secretive forums for the game to share with everyone a few new screens of the extremely early in-development game's progress. We're probably talking pre-White City level early here, for those who can remember that from Mega Man X (and if you don't... maybe we can talk about it sometime).

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Hitoshi Ariga Contributes to Pokémon X and Y!

Hitoshi Ariga Contributes to Pokémon X and Y!

If you're a fan of Mega Man, then it's a good chance you're aware of the amazing Mega Man Megamix manga by Hitoshi Ariga. Likewise, if you're an aficionado of video games, odds are you're aware of the recent release of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y last month. What do these two things have to do with one another? Well, it turns out that several of the new Pokémon in the games were designed by Ariga-san himself!

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A Conversation with Keiji Inafune

A Conversation with Keiji Inafune

Recently, the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter page posted an interview with Keiji Inafune and 2 Player Productions covering topics related to the campaign and the game in general. This interview took place a month before the Kickstarter went live, so it will be interesting to see what his thoughts were before seeing the fan reactions.

For those of you who do not have time to watch the video, we have transcribed the interview below. However, we do encourage you to watch the original video. It's much more interesting when you see the expression on Inafune's face, and the tone of his voice. It really gives you a different experience that text alone can't supply.

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