Mighty No. 9 Enters Last Day of Record Breaking Kickstarter Run
Spiritual Mega Man sequel has record breaking Kickstarter run.
Mighty No. 9, the spiritual successor to Capcom’s Megaman franchise, put up on Kickstarter by original creator Keiji Inafune, has had a record breaking run on the crowdfunding website. It’s broken $3 million, which makes it among the top five highest grossing video game Kickstarters ever, and at the very least, the highest grossing Japanese Kickstarter project of all time.
A whole lot of news for the anticipated project was released recently, including a new video, the announcement of a physical disc and an NES styled cartridge (that plugs into the USB port) for sale, and the announcement that the composer of the music in Mega Man 2 would be scoring Mighty No. 9 as well.
The incredible funding for Mighty No. 9 also all but assures versions of the game for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo 3DS, and PlayStation Vita, in addition to the previously announced Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii U versions.
There’s very little time left, so if you want to pledge support to this project, visit its Kickstarter page and do it now.