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Capcom's Keiji Inafune followed the unexpected success of Mega Man 2 with a "kitchen sink" sequel that included eight new robot masters, a canine companion, a mysterious new frenemy, and a melancholy tone that runs through the game from its soft opening notes. Mega Man 3 was the biggest, messiest, and most ambitious Mega Man game yet. But why do we hunger for twitchy, difficult platformers
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Mighty No. 9 - Inafune on Kickstarter, Capcom, bosses, jumping, gameplay balance and button timing

Entertainment / Video Games : GoNintendo

The following comes from Keiji Inafune... "I don't want to make Mega Man. I want to make something with the soul of Mega Man." On using Kickstarter to fund the game "I don't think it's a sign of weakness at all. We didn't do it beca...

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