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The Mighty No 9 is being held up as example of why people should not fund Kickstarter campaigns. The controversy this Mega Man clone created in the industry has been huge. What about families though? Normally when the worldly get all mad at something it is because it is Godly. Does that apply to Mighty No 9?

If you like a video game that produces cheap hits, insane difficulty, and controls that sometimes leave you then Mighty No 9 is a video game for you. We have a robot rebellion, Dr White, absorbing robot powers and more in Mighty No 9. The absorbing in Mighty No 9 is done on normal enemies as well as the bosses. So what Mighty No 9 degenerates into is shoot them, absorb them, rinse and repeat. If it was not for constantly dying and getting game over screens Mighty No 9 might actually be interesting.

The voice acting in Mighty No 9 is horrible. Why can’t they hire someone like our editor in chief? He would certainly do a way better job than what was published in Mighty No 9. The graphics are not that great. They remind me of 32-bit video games. In fact there are some 32-bit video games that look better than Mighty No 9. Lips do not move in cut scenes. There is plenty of violence, explosions and a wide array of ways to die.

I did not find any casual mode which means families will not want to even consider spending money on Mighty No 9. Gamers should be paid by the company to play Mighty No 9. The variety of glitches in Mighty No 9 are annoying. Mix in few lives and too many ways to die, and we have a recipe for disaster. The only thing I would find interesting about Mighty No 9 going forward is where the company went wrong. Like a documentary on that.

If you like to practice the same levels over and over again trying to be perfect, then Mighty No 9 may be for you. I am thankful Family Friendly Gaming purchased Mighty No 9 for this review. The PR and Marketing for this game failed almost as bad as the game itself.


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 30%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: PC/Xbox 360/Xbox One/Wii U/PS3/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Deep Silver
Comcept, Inti Creates
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Cartoon Violence}

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