HomeNewsMighty No. 9 Backer Update provides more gameplay footage And Details On New Female playable Character “Call” Caleb June 30, 2014 News Mighty No. 9 Developer, Comcept has provided us with more footage of Mighty No. 9’s development progress and gameplay. This footage shows a lot of similarity between Mighty No. 9 and its Spiritual prequel, Megaman. This includes similar enemies, and what looks like the same boss system. Comcept has also lightly touched on some of “Call’s” abilities including the fact that instead of slide dashing, she can crawl. Comcept hinted at the fact that there might be something special about her pink backpack. It was also mentioned that, unlike “Beck”, the (main character) “Call” is more robot and does not have as much human emotion as “Beck” possibly causing some misunderstanding. “Call’s” design was decided by a poll created for it’s kickstarter viewers to choose from. “Unlike Beck, our intrepid heroine can’t perform a crouching dash, so she’ll have to resort to this crawl manoeuvre to get out of tight spots! Or maybe into them? Maybe she could use this move to navigate cramped spaces, like ventilation shafts and such? Just one example of potential gameplay differences between our two playable characters! “Call runs straight at danger, not away from it! The animators have done a great job of giving her movements that share Beck’s determination, while still showcasing how different she is from him. Call wasn’t built for combat, but she will do whatever needs to be done to help Beck! “By the way… did you notice that light-pink object on her back? I wonder what that could be…?” Comcept has provided us this comic below at how Call looks: If you like the looks of this game check out Comcept’s Kickstarter, and give us your thoughts in the comments. Check out the artist of our featured image. Share this post: Related posts: Keiji Inafune Seeking Kickstarter Funding for Mighty No. 9 DLC Mighty No. 9 Backers Get Mighty Gunvolt! Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions makes its debut August 15thAlways Nintendo Speaks With Justin Lennox, the Smash Bros. People’s ChallengerAbout The AuthorCalebHello my name is Caleb, it's been a huge blessing to write for this site and do what I enjoy. I play retro and new games and am always up for a new experience.