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Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter Box Art and T-Shirt Designs Revealed
Backer surveys are beginning to roll out to fans who helped Keiji Inafune’s Mighty No. 9 become a success on Kickstarter. While not scheduled to ship until Spring of next year, backers did get a chance to see both the Japanese and Western-style box art and t-shirt designs.
In order to receive these backer rewards, you would have had to pledge at least $60 or more for the physical game box and $99 or more for both that and a t-shirt.
Below are the designs as shown in the backer surveys for the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter Box Art and T-Shirts:
Mighty No. 9 has been hitting most of the convention floors showing off updated gameplay and dazzling fans with its next gen-like Mega Man roots. Beck, the main character from Mighty No. 9, will also be appearing in his cartoon and in other games such as Comcept’s own Mighty Gunvolt crossover platofrmer for the Nintendo 3DS.
To check out Mighty No. 9 head over to its official website by clicking here.