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Comcept, the developer of Keiji Inafune’s Mighty No. 9, have announced via twitter that the final platform survey for the game will be sent out to all eligible Kickstarter backers this coming Monday. This means that this will be the last chance for backers to choose the platform on which they wish to receive the game on its current June 21st release date and it appears that the game’s chances to be delayed again are seeming less and less likely.

A spiritual successor to development lead Keiji Inafune’s Mega Man series, Mighty No. 9‘s development got off to a strong start with over 3.8 million dollars raised via Kickstarter, likely spurred on by fans’ distaste at the cancellation of Mega Man Legends 3 and Capcom’s general unwillingness to use the IP in a meaningful way ever since. In spite of this, Mighty No. 9 has since been delayed three times, missing its originally intended “Spring 2015” release date by a wide margin. Additionally, a second Kickstarter for another game from Comcept titled Red Ash: the Indelible Legend – staged during the development of Mighty No. 9 – fell over $280,000 short of its fundraising goal, potentially indicating a loss of faith in the company between the two Kickstarter campaigns. Red Ash: the Indelible Legend would later have to be funded by Chinese company Fuze, and is currently due for a July 2017 release, alongside an anime

Now, however, it would appear that Mighty No. 9 – a project originally funded in September of 2013 – may finally see a release. Following the launch of Mighty No. 9 will be a documentary by 2 Player Productions – notable for having produced the video-game documentaries Minecraft – The Story of Mojang and Double Fine Adventure! (based on the development of Broken Age).

Mighty No. 9 is due to release on June 21st in North America and Asia, with a worldwide release following three days later on June 24th. The title will be available on Microsoft Windows, OSX, Linux, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and the Wii U at launch, with further releases for the 3DS and PlayStation Vita platforms due “at a later point.”

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Harry Whitby

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  • This survey was announced like N times. Lots of backers including me never received it. No response from the company via email, Twitter, forums, web page or Kickstarter.

    I learnt about this final survey reading this post. Didn’t get any official notification.

    At this point I would be happy to get the game in *any* platform.

    Actually the news would be *getting* the survey as their announcements are untrustworthy.

  • Nope Naw


  • Mighty No. 56008

    Gee, I wonder how a Kickstarter project is able to efficiently and effectively send out such an announcement to their backers. Like, if there were a way to give an “update” about the game to us…

  • Mighty No. 56008

    Exactly why I’m thinking the game will be delayed again! (partially joking, partially serious)

    Forget that they’ve had issues with getting survey results back from backers, they couldn’t even send them out properly. And they did this months before the September 2015 release date.


    (what year?)

  • Michele

    Mighty No.9 is a fine example of how not to handle a kickstarter campaign properly and alienate backers. I’m not bummed anyway as the game unfortunately has nothing resembling megaman games in it.

  • wombat

    It came. The link for the survey in the email doesn’t even work.

  • Nope Naw

    Yup, same here.

  • wombat

    I don’t know how that even works… I use Survey Monkey at my job, I never managed to send a non-working link.

  • Nope Naw

    Beats me, but I’d be lying if I said I was surprised at this point.