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Mighty No. 9 North American Collector's Edition Announced

Larkspur, Calif., June 3, 2015 - Deep Silver and comcept released details today on the Mighty No. 9: Signature Edition, an extremely limited Collector's Edition that includes the Launch Edition of Mighty No. 9 along with an incredibly cool 6.5 inch, individually numbered statue of Beck featuring 14 different articulation points and three interchangeable faceplates for the statue at the retail price of $59.99. Special packaging also includes a foil signature from legendary creator, Keiji Inafune.

Also released today is a brand new trailer coming in smokin' fast at 60 fps, "Beat Them at Their Own Game,” in which our hero, Beck, takes on the challenge of his eight mighty opponents and fights his way through ever-changing stages and epic boss fights. The video showcases the action that transforms the feel of 8 and 16-bit aesthetics, as players remember them, into a modern-day classic.

All launch window versions of the game will come packed with an additional “Retro Hero” DLC that allows players to battle as a retro-inspired version of our hero Beck as well as the ultimate challenge, a 1-hit-death difficulty mode.

Mighty No. 9 will be available on September 15, 2015 in the Americas and on September 18, 2015 worldwide as a digital download as well as physical retail version for Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Wii U™ home console, as well as digital only on the Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, PC, Linux and Mac. Portable versions for PlayStation® Vita handheld entertainment system and Nintendo 3DS™ family of portable systems will follow at a later date.

Mighty No. 9 supports Cross-Buy across all physical and digital purchases for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita, boom.
For more information about Mighty No. 9, please visit www.mightyno9.com .

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Hmmm...not sure how I feel about that

Something about that statue seems off.

$30 is already a lot for the retail edition of a game that is only $20 digitally, but now they want another $30 on top of that for a figma/nendoroid-esque figure?

I get that it's cheaper than one of those usually is, but as it stands, I think those kinds of figures are grossly overpriced. Detail or not, $40-60 for a display figure is ridiculous to me.

Count me out. I already don't know how I want to approach this game. I stopped caring forever ago and I don't like how they've been handling any of this.

WiiU Probably wont get the CE anyway like most 3rd party games WiiU rarely ever gets a CE. The only big CE it ever officially was going to get was Aliens:CM and that got canceled lol.

This is pretty bad quality for an extra $30 figure. Nendoroids and Figmas are extremely high quality and in the case of Nendos, you get extra faces/parts that look much better than the ones shown. Unless you really want the Inafune signature, just stick with the regular edition.

So that's where the tight budget went to. Oh Inafune, what went wrong...

The figure looks about as awkwardly half-assed as the game itself...

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