'Mighty No. 9' News & Update: New Game Bugged With A Lot Of Issues, Find Out The Reasons Of The Delay And Other Problems Here!
"Mighty No. 9" made noise when it was about to be introduced as the game aficionados really waited for the title. However, it became a bona fide talked-about when its actual release had been a major epic fail.
Xbox 360 Delay
"Mighty No.9" managed to make it on other video game consoles like Wii U, but, unfortunately, its developer Comcept announced its Xbox 360 release will be moved for a few more days, according to Engadget.
Deep Silver, "Mighty No. 9" publisher, on the other hand, published a statement on the game's official blog explaining the reasons for the delay.
It noted that the "Mighty No. 9" Xbox 360 version encountered a number of issues about its "publishing process" and a discovered "certification bug" during its last series of testing.
Issues Face By 'Mighty No. 9'
Mirror Online reported that "Mighty No. 9" was also criticized and received poor reviews for not keeping its promises. In fact, there were too many dilemmas the gamers saw in "Mighty No. 9" aside from the multiple delays.
One of the most notable failures "Mighty No. 9" has is the line, "make the bad guys cry like an anime fan on prom night," its narrator uttered which evidently a quite offensive remark.
"Mighty No. 9," too, distressed the game's community manager by showing a broad bitterness directly to the said circle.
It was also surprising that Comcept already began a second Kickstarter campaign to fund its next game, "Red Ash," and for another animation.
The "Mighty No. 9" developer even used the game's release to ask for support to the additional downloadable content. Hence, that's a total of four campaigns before the title was unveiled.
"Mighty No. 9" also showed a poor quality of clips presented all through its development.
It looked like "Mighty No. 9" was handled inadequately by its management and the problem was it has a bad communication and public relations and not only because of the delays.
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