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Mighty No. 9 Review | GameCloud

News Bot Jul 11, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    Patrick Waring at GameCloud writes: "Mighty No. 9 is a game that promised so much, delivered so little, and derailed the hype train so hard that even the survivors are still in shock. The story sounds like it was story-boarded with crayons by an eight year old and makes Megaman X7 look like a masterpiece. Its design could only be considered innovative if it had immediately followed Megaman V and relies almost entirely on instant-death mechanics and gigantic hitboxes to create the illusion of challenge. The character animations and cinematics look like something out of an early episode of the 1960s Thunderbirds series and voice acting thats almost as cringe-worthy as the dialogue itself. For a small glimpse into why this monstrosity is the way it is, and not the way it was promised, have a gander at how many platforms they tried to have this ready for on release. Otherwise, I truly, honestly have nothing good to say about this game."


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