Bad news for Mighty No. 9 Fans. Comcept has just announced that the game has been delayed until at least Q1 2016.
Lol I love how they declined the rumors just to confirm the delay now/:
they basically lied to the backers it wasn't delayed that is the real story here. where are those fools who were defending them that this wasn't delayed ? i love how they literally lied to their backers.
Seems to be a habit at this point from Comcept/Inafune. Seems he learned a thing or two while working at Capcom, I feel like such a sucker after this and Red Ash...
Inafune is a moron. This is not acceptable! Vita was waiting for this this year.
These kickstarter games take forever to release.. F^ck, I was looking forward to playing it on my Vita this fall.. What a joke.
Too many platforms IMO. Takes its toll on resources.
and that was back when you thought buying a vita was a good idea!
Time for Inafune to start another Kickstarter then!
his very sneaky Inafune. instead of asking more money for Mighty Number 9 they start a kickstarter for Red Ash which they were going to use for Mighty Number 9. its so sleazy. expect more kickstarters from this scam artist.
Ffs. This was one of my must plays to tide me over till Fallout 4 and Xcom 2 release.
pls dont support inafune games
Some major BS, specially after the **** they pulled with Red Ash, the graphics (bait and switch) change for Mighty #9 and the continual denying of a delay, now doing this a month before release for online features which could just as well be added at a later date... What I expected: http://i3.kym-cdn.com/photo... http://i.imgur.com/d6dXGKL.... What I (haven't even) got(ten): http://i.ytimg.com/vi/f1nBR... I know the gif is fanmade and the other is concept art, but seriously, the games looks bland and meh, specially compared to the gorgeous and vibrant kickstarter art.
I have the 250 dollar tier and have never received an email for the beta or even which platform to choose. The way they're going with this sucks. Now I have to wait even longer. ugh
Try getting in touch with them then. Stop waiting for them to do so. If uvreally cared you'd contact them.
Yeah disagreers you are correct, let this guy sit on his ass and not get what he payed for. Smart, good way to approach things you spend money on. Mistakes happen and if you are too stupid to tell someone who can fix the problem, don't start whining when the issue still exists.
I contacted them many times and still no response.
Wow. So many cry babies. So you want an unfinished game that has bugs and is half finished? Because there's no other games until then right?
You mean to tell me that even after what just went down with Red Ash, you'd still blindly defend them? Until they deliver on ANYTHING they promised, I'd be cautious too. And the worst part? Inafune is starting to make me agree with Hideki Kamiya about him... and I can't stand Kamiya!!!!
Kamiya is a tool, but the truth is the truth.
How am I blindly defending them? Red Ash got funded. The purpose was said from the first day. They wanted a prologue and Main game. They got funded by Fuze for the prologue with 5 days to go. They were looking for a publisher already anyways.
@Harkins1721 Now explain what in the hell that had to do with the Kickstarter. Fuze funded them, that's what they always wanted. So you tell me, why did they ask fans to give them mnney at all? And once they got funded, why didn't they just give the money back?
Because they converted it to stretch goals. You have the right to take your money back before the Kickstarter ends. They gave you that option if it got funded. It did not. So they obviously didnt take any money. If you dont like the way they handled things then I understand. It was weird and they werent ready to promote Red Ash. However I want this game. So I was ready to fund it. And now its being funded by Fuze. So obviously ill pick it up when its done. If they do announce another KS I may also fund that for the Back rewards assuming I like them and they are a good deal.
How does a 2D game, based on mega man, supposedly being created by this "all-star team", including the creator himself, and after raising 4 million dollars, have bugs? What a load of shit. Con artist work at it's best.
Exactly what I'm saying.
All games have bugs. Thats why the hire testers. 4 million dollars is not that much when it comes to games design. You are overreacting. Shovel Knight got delayed too before it released.
New engines that dont go according to plan?
Well, at least they delayed it and didnt release a broken game.
At least they aren't releasing it full of bugs. I'm glad they delayed it then
Inaphony learned well from Capcom.
If they released it now, they'd be under fire for releasing a buggy and/or incomplete game and relying on patches to carry the load, like so many others we've complained about this gen, resulting in poor starting reviews and bad word of mouth from having to wait for patches to fix the flaws/ add in the features. Yet if they don't release it now, they come under fire for being liars who can't keep to their release date "promises", resulting in lowered trust and, again, bad word of mouth. No matter which way they do it, Inafune is in a lose-lose situation. So the real question is this: Are fans willing to overlook the lie for the sake of a more complete game? Or is expedience and an earlier crack at the game, at the cost of a messier starting product fixed later via patches, more acceptable, even after all the complaints we've had this gen about broken/incomplete games not being held back for proper QC? I don't like the lies from a third party/indie anymore than anyone else here does. Anyone here who knows me, knows I'm sick to death of third parties screwing up their own games. But I think it's time we try deciding which of those two things should be our accepted norm, going forward, rather than the majority damning them no matter which side of the line they fall on. Faster games in exchange for patches to fix stuff later? Or a longer wait in exchange for a more complete game right from the start? Personally, I'll take the latter, with some exceptions, like when one version of a multiplat gets delayed while all others release early. Although, that might just be my early days talking, since I grew up in the days when patches weren't a thing, and most games HAD to be fully fleshed out upon release.
I honestly don't get it. People wanted this game to happen now they curse it. I'm still buying it day one. I want a finished Mega Man inspired game. Not the Mega Man equivalent of Sonic Boom
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