Mighty No. 9 (PS4) – Battle Geek Plus

The BGP crew plays through Mighty No. 9 on the PS4. Is this the true spiritual successor to Mega Man? Or will it make you feel like an anime fan on prom night?

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  1. LOL at the ending!

    I backed this game at the $60 level that gets me the retro style box WHICH I STILL HAVEN’T GOTTEN and got my Humble Bundle backer key 2 FUCKING DAYS LATE.

    I finished the game over the weekend and I have to say this piece of crap is a horrible mess. I know the level design of Megaman 9 and 10 are frustratingly hard as shit and Inafune still seems to be stuck in that mindset to make his games as hard as possible to make us throw our controllers at the screen.

    I know the Megaman games weren’t the easiest games out there, but they were at least challenging enough without being incredibly frustrating (at least the NES era games). Inafune has forgotten what made him the game designer he used to be well recognized for and decided to waste his fan’s money on this dreck.

    More like Wimpy No. NONE.

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