HomeNewsMighty No. 9 Kickstarter Update #47 – More Stage Details, Enemies, and More! Jelani Thompson April 10, 2014 News, General Today’s Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter update is definitely an exciting one! After the extraordinarily funny April Fool’s prank that Comcept pulled off, some may find it hard to trust again, but fear not! Comcept has confirmed that all of these updates are 100% real! Let’s begin with some updates from Koji Imaeda and Keiji Inafune: With lots more stage details, enemies, and background graphics in place, it’s a big step up from the last playable version! Eyes glued to the screen, Inafune gives a thorough once-over to Beck’s movements, enemy animations, the background lighting, so on and so on. He even got a chance to duke it out with Mighty No. 5 in a test boss room! The smiles among Inafune and the Inti Creates crew are proof that production is coming along nicely. Please remember that although the screenshots above were for the Xbox 360 and PC, the full list of console it will be released on are: PC (Windows, Mac, Linux), PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, PS Vita and Nintendo 3DS. Koji Imaeda continued by saying: But Inafune didn’t call it a day after his play session, of course; from enemy placement to the UI, he gave the team feedback for various aspects of the game. He also made it a point to discuss how these features will affect player experience. As the ROMs themselves flesh out more and more, Inafune’s ideas have been getting more concrete and covering a wider range of aspects. How will these impact Mighty No. 9, you say? Just what kind of game is this project evolving into, you ask? Even I can’t wait to see!! You can check out the full Kickstarter update right here! Check back soon to see our interview with Comcept coming up in a few days! Share this post: No related posts. KickstarterMighty No. 9Nintendo NewsEarthlock: Festival of Magic Accomplishes Kickstarter Goal – $150,000 Raised!Check out the Tomodachi Life Direct From Nintendo – Coming Out June 6thAbout The AuthorJelani ThompsonNews Reporter Lives and breathes competitive Smash. Show me ya moves!