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Remember Mighty No.9, the game that raised over $4 million on Kickstarter in 2013? Well, after almost 3 years in development the game is now finally complete and it’s ready to head out on June 21. Only problem is that it looks like crap.
The first trailer for the game was just released online. And within a couple of days, it received over 25,000 dislikes. Why? Because it looks like a game made by a 10-year-old. And to make things worse the trailer also mocks gamers. Have a look.
The trailer was so bad that even the CEO of Inti Creates, the developer behind the game took to Twitter to show his frustration.
ひどいな。このPVは何なんだよ。 What the hell was D*** *il*** thinking making a crappy PV like this?! Unforgivable.
— Takuya Aizu (@t_aizu) May 26, 2016
Backers of the Kickstarter campaign are not happy with the outcome of the game. They want to know what happened to all that $4 million.
Some are wondering if this their way of marketing a game.
Hmm interesting new marketing approach that Mighty Number 9 is using with their recent trailer. Directly insulting their target demographic.
— Chad James (@ScrewAttackChad) May 25, 2016
The game actually looks worse than the pre-alpha screenshots the company showed off in their Kickstarter campaign.
— THE END OF THE BOAT (@PDotAlex) May 26, 2016
This is not the first time a Kickstarter campaign goes down the dumpster. Although, I don’t know who has the heart to break a fan’s heart like this. They’ve waited years for the game and this is what they end up with?
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