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Mighty No. 9 is finally here, and its release has been met with a lot of disappointment and anger. Marketed as a spiritual successor to Mega Man from Keiji Inafune himself, Mighty No. 9 skyrocketed to Kickstarter success three years ago, but the warm reception fizzled out after multiple delays and a lack of communication from the creators.
Many were doubting if Mighty No. 9 would ever be released, and now those same people are almost wishing that it never had due to its supposed mediocrity. Comcept definitely dropped the ball when it came to the funding and release of Mighty No. 9, but does that mean that the game itself is terrible? Find out on Innocent Until Proven Guilty! Thanks for watching:)
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Whereas LJN Defender focuses solely on sticking up for LJN games, Innocent Until Proven Guilty takes a close examination of notoriously “bad” video games from other publishers. While my area of expertise lies in retro video game consoles from Nintendo’s NES to the Sega Genesis and beyond, IUPG will eventually dip into modern-ish gaming, with a few select Xbox 360 and Wii games being considered for “trial”.
In an average Innocent Until Proven Guilty episode, I give each defendant a fair trial, or review in this case, and bring up their redeeming and condemning qualities. After the examination is concluded, I put the game through one final breakdown, where I weigh all of the Innocent and Guilty traits against each other. After that’s finished, it’s time to give out the final verdict.
While I’m very forgiving of “bad” video games and there will never be an “execution” of a guilty party, I will give it a strict reprimand when needed. That’s IUPG in a nutshell. Watch me dish out digital justice in a snazzy looking suit coat and bow tie combo. Thanks for watching:)
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