Tuesday, 28 June 2016
Mighty No. 9 (Video Game Review)
For years, critics and analysts have been predicting the crowd-funding bubble finally bursting thanks to one high-profile failure too many. Thanks to the likes of Might No. 9, it’s not hard to see why. This should have been a simple task to accomplish – develop a successor to the Mega Man series bereft of Capcom’s interference, stick to what worked a dozen times before, and make the fans happy. What we ended up with were lengthy delays, drama and a cheap platformer any competent indie dev could have squirted out in a few months.