History Videogame / MightyNo9

13th Aug '17 5:09:29 PM ViperAcidZX
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* ContinuingIsPainful: If you die, you take a substantial score penalty. It may not sound like much, but in stages where chances to earn points are difficult and/or slim, this can be extremely debiliating to your rank.

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* ContinuingIsPainful: If you die, you take a substantial score penalty. It may not sound like much, but in stages where chances to earn points are difficult and/or slim, this can be extremely debiliating debilitating to your rank.



* {{Crossover}}: Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured with Gunvolt from the ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' and Ekoko from ''Gal*Gun: Double Peace'' in ''Mighty Gunvolt'', a crossover game featuring characters and bosses from their respective series. Beck and Gunvolt team up again in ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst''.

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* {{Crossover}}: Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured with Gunvolt from the ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' and Ekoko from ''Gal*Gun: Double Peace'' in ''Mighty Gunvolt'', a crossover game featuring characters and bosses from their respective series. Beck and Gunvolt team teamed up again in ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst''.



* FromASingleCell: From all the robots forms being basically made in Xel, as long as the [[HeartDrive Xel Core]] is intact, the entire rest of their body will eventually be regenerated if destroyed. Such as Beck, Call, [[spoiler: and Ray's]] Xel Cores retreating to a safe spot when "killed" to heal.

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* FromASingleCell: From all the robots forms being basically made in Xel, as long as the [[HeartDrive Xel Core]] is intact, the entire rest of their body will eventually be regenerated if destroyed. Such as Beck, Call, [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and Ray's]] Xel Cores retreating to a safe spot when "killed" to heal.



* GameplayAllyImmortality: During the online co-op challenges of the game, players can either be Beck or Call during a mission, however is only if the player controlling Beck dies (or not clearing the objective in time) that usually constitutes a Mission Failure. Whoever controlls Call, on the other hand, can die as many times as possible and she'll return to the mission shortly afterwards, meaning she can be take a bullet or two in place of Beck.
* GameplayGrading: You're graded based on these criteria: how quickly you beaten the stage, how much damage you taken, how many enemies were defeated, how many 100% combos you racked up, and your xel absorption average. Based on your performance, you'll receive bonus points that will be added to your overall score and rank.
* GagPenis: A lot of Dr. White's robots have codpieces or an extra layer of armor plating on their pelvic region. Even the supposed females such as Cryoshphere and [[spoiler:Ray]].

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* GameplayAllyImmortality: During the online co-op challenges of the game, players can either be Beck or Call during a mission, however is only if the player controlling Beck dies (or not clearing the objective in time) that usually constitutes a Mission Failure. Whoever controlls controls Call, on the other hand, can die as many times as possible and she'll return to the mission shortly afterwards, meaning she can be take a bullet or two in place of Beck.
* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: Ray cannot gain passive bonuses (unless she gets them from Patch) as Beck can from [=AcXelerating=] into enemies, but there's a good reason for this: [[spoiler:it's due to her Xel Core being faulty and badly programmed on Dr. White's part of trying to create a robot capable of manipulating xels, and it wasn't until his third attempt (that being Mighty No. 9, Beck) where he got it right]]. Her diminishing HP also plays into this [[spoiler:as a result of her xel deterioration of said faulty Xel Core]].
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GameplayGrading: You're graded based on these criteria: how quickly you beaten the stage, how much damage you have taken, how many enemies were defeated, how many 100% combos you racked up, and your xel absorption average. Based on your performance, you'll receive bonus points that will be added to your overall score and rank.
* GagPenis: A lot of Dr. White's robots have codpieces or an extra layer of armor plating on their pelvic region. Even the supposed females such as Cryoshphere and [[spoiler:Ray]].[[spoiler:and Ray]].
19th Jun '17 1:14:16 AM SonicGamer07
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The production is staffed by many former ''Mega Man'' developers, and ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' developers Inti-Creates. This project was [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mightyno9/mighty-no-9 successfully funded]] through Website/{{Kickstarter}}, becoming the site's third highest funded console game project in the process. Not only did the project reach its funding goal on September 2, 2013, 29 days before the due date, but after reaching its $3.5 million stretch goal, the game was/will be released on [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows Windows]] [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]], [[AppleMacintosh Mac]], and [[UsefulNotes/{{UNIX}} Linux]] operating systems, UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 3}} and UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}, [[UsefulNotes/WiiU all]] [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 three]] [[UsefulNotes/XboxOne platforms]] of the eighth generation, and UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS and UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation Vita}} handhelds.

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The production is staffed by many former ''Mega Man'' developers, and ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' developers Inti-Creates.Creator/IntiCreates. This project was [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mightyno9/mighty-no-9 successfully funded]] through Website/{{Kickstarter}}, becoming the site's third highest funded console game project in the process. Not only did the project reach its funding goal on September 2, 2013, 29 days before the due date, but after reaching its $3.5 million stretch goal, the game was/will be released on [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows Windows]] [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]], [[AppleMacintosh Mac]], and [[UsefulNotes/{{UNIX}} Linux]] operating systems, UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 3}} and UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}, [[UsefulNotes/WiiU all]] [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 three]] [[UsefulNotes/XboxOne platforms]] of the eighth generation, and UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS and UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation Vita}} handhelds.



In between the game's development, Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured in a crossover game also by Inti Creates in ''Mighty Gunvolt'' (or ''Gal*Gunvolt'' on the [=PlayStation=] systems), a retro-styled ''Mega Man''-esque platformer featuring Gunvolt from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and Ekoro from ''VideoGame/GalGun: Double Peace''. Despite the negativity surrounding ''Mighty No. 9'', Beck was able to join forces with Gunvolt once more in ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst'', a sequel to ''Mighty Gunvolt'' which involves Beck and Gunvolt being trapped in a virtual world where their universes collide. To differentiate itself from the classic ''Mega Man'' titles, this installment features a character customization system and a "Burst" combo mechanic.

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In between the game's development, addition to his own game, Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured in a crossover game also by Inti Creates co-stars in ''Mighty Gunvolt'' (or ''Gal*Gunvolt'' on the [=PlayStation=] systems), Gunvolt'', a retro-styled ''Mega Man''-esque platformer featuring Gunvolt from spin-off of Inti Creates' own ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' series of 2D action-platformers that involves the titular Gunvolt, Beck, and Ekoro from ''VideoGame/GalGun: ''VideoGame/GalGun Double Peace''. Despite the negativity surrounding ''Mighty No. 9'', Peace'' heroine Ekoro coming together for a {{Retraux}} ''VideoGame/MegaMan''-style adventure that [[{{Crossover}} borrows levels and enemies from all three games]]. Beck was able would also go on to join forces with Gunvolt once more co-star in the game's sequel, ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst'', a sequel to which effectively takes ''Mighty Gunvolt'' which involves Beck No. 9'' and adds both Gunvolt being trapped in a virtual world where their universes collide. To differentiate itself from and elements of the classic ''Mega Man'' titles, this installment features ''Gunvolt'' series for a character customization system and a "Burst" combo mechanic.
fuller {{Crossover}} game.
21st May '17 1:52:44 PM lalalei2001
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In between the game's development, Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured in a crossover game also by Inti Creates in ''Mighty Gunvolt'' (or ''Gal*Gunvolt'' on the [=PlayStation=] systems), a retro-styled ''Mega Man''-esque platformer featuring Gunvolt from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and Ekoro from ''VideoGame/GalGun: Double Peace''. Despite the negatively surrounding ''Mighty No. 9'', Beck was able to join forces with Gunvolt once more in ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst'', a sequel to ''Mighty Gunvolt'' which involves Beck and Gunvolt being trapped in a virtual world where their universes collide. To differentiate itself from the classic ''Mega Man'' titles, this installment features a character customization system and a "Burst" combo mechanic.

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In between the game's development, Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured in a crossover game also by Inti Creates in ''Mighty Gunvolt'' (or ''Gal*Gunvolt'' on the [=PlayStation=] systems), a retro-styled ''Mega Man''-esque platformer featuring Gunvolt from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and Ekoro from ''VideoGame/GalGun: Double Peace''. Despite the negatively negativity surrounding ''Mighty No. 9'', Beck was able to join forces with Gunvolt once more in ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst'', a sequel to ''Mighty Gunvolt'' which involves Beck and Gunvolt being trapped in a virtual world where their universes collide. To differentiate itself from the classic ''Mega Man'' titles, this installment features a character customization system and a "Burst" combo mechanic.
21st May '17 1:50:06 PM ViperAcidZX
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In between the game's development, Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured in a crossover game with Gunvolt from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and Ekoro from ''VideoGame/GalGun'' in Inti Create's ''Mighty Gunvolt'' (or ''Gal*Gunvolt'' on the [=PlayStation=] systems), a retro-styled ''Mega Man''-esque platformer. Despite the negatively surrounding ''Mighty No. 9'', Beck was able to join forces with Gunvolt once more in ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst'', a sequel to ''Mighty Gunvolt'' which features both protagonists from their respective games crossing over each other's universe.

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In between the game's development, Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured in a crossover game with Gunvolt from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and Ekoro from ''VideoGame/GalGun'' in also by Inti Create's Creates in ''Mighty Gunvolt'' (or ''Gal*Gunvolt'' on the [=PlayStation=] systems), a retro-styled ''Mega Man''-esque platformer.platformer featuring Gunvolt from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and Ekoro from ''VideoGame/GalGun: Double Peace''. Despite the negatively surrounding ''Mighty No. 9'', Beck was able to join forces with Gunvolt once more in ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst'', a sequel to ''Mighty Gunvolt'' which involves Beck and Gunvolt being trapped in a virtual world where their universes collide. To differentiate itself from the classic ''Mega Man'' titles, this installment features both protagonists from their respective games crossing over each other's universe.
a character customization system and a "Burst" combo mechanic.
19th May '17 9:15:04 PM ViperAcidZX
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In between the game's development, Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured in a crossover game with Gunvolt from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and Ekoro from ''VideoGame/GalGun'' in Inti Create's ''Mighty Gunvolt'' (or ''Gal*Gunvolt'' on the [=PlayStation=] systems), a retro-styled ''Mega Man''-esque platformer. Despite the negatively surrounding ''Mighty No. 9'', Beck was able to join forces with Gunvolt once more in ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst'', a sequel to ''Mighty Gunvolt'' which features both protagonists from their respective games crossing over each other's universe.


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* {{Crossover}}: Beck from ''Mighty No. 9'' was featured with Gunvolt from the ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' and Ekoko from ''Gal*Gun: Double Peace'' in ''Mighty Gunvolt'', a crossover game featuring characters and bosses from their respective series. Beck and Gunvolt team up again in ''Mighty Gunvolt Burst''.
10th May '17 3:46:08 PM DrVonOppendown
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** Ray is one to Zero.

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** Ray is one to Zero.Zero and Proto Man.


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** [[spoiler:Ray is also capable of this, though to a lesser degree, as she transmutes their weapon onto her claw arm.]]
12th Mar '17 11:31:31 AM Arawn999
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11th Mar '17 9:24:40 PM Demongodofchaos2
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* LyingCreator: It turns out Inafune had been bullshitting EVERYBODY in the years leading up to this nightmare. He had NOTHING to do with the original Mega Man titles, and, to quote [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Creator/HidekiKamiya Hideki Kamiya]], is a businessman, not a creator. Unfortunately, he somehow got the praise, leading onto this and ReCore, yet another disappointing Xbox One exclusive.
11th Mar '17 5:34:34 PM OzGuy
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* LyingCreator: It turns out Inafune had been bullshitting EVERYBODY in the years leading up to this nightmare. He had NOTHING to do with the original Mega Man titles, and, to quote [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Creator/HidekiKamiya Hideki Kamiya]], is a businessman, not a creator. Unfortunately, he somehow got the praise, leading onto this and ReCore, yet another disappointing Xbox One exclusive.
9th Feb '17 7:15:12 PM ViperAcidZX
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* GameplayAllyImmortality: During the online co-op challenges of the game, players can either be Beck or Call during a mission, however is only if the player controlling Beck dies (or not clearing the objective in time) that usually constitutes a Mission Failure. Whoever controlls Call, on the other hand, can die as many times as possible and she'll return to the mission shortly afterwards, meaning she can be take a bullet or two in place of Beck.



** Literally in Cryosphere's stage. If you've defeated and thus saved Pyrogen before going through the water works, near the end, Pyro will tell Beck that "all that's left is to flush number two". He's referring to Mighty No. 2 (Cryo), and "flush" because they're in a water works, but you know full well what the joke here is...

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** Literally in Cryosphere's stage. If you've defeated and thus saved Pyrogen before going through the water works, near the end, Pyro will tell Beck that "all that's left is to flush number two".Number 2". He's referring to Mighty No. 2 (Cryo), and "flush" because they're in a water works, but you know full well what the joke here is...
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