Those curious to check out ReCore can play it for 30 minutes on both Xbox One and PC starting today, while those who already own the game will be getting some major updates.
ReCore builds a lot of goodwill by summoning the spirit of PS2 character action games, and then squanders almost all of it.
Confirmed by Microsoft themselves via Twitter?
Tanks, but no tanks. Fans are searching frantically for a robot frame that seems to be nowhere to be found.
Of course, developing for 10 platforms simultaneously may have been an issue as well.
Mighty No 9 doesn't pull any punches when it comes to its final battle. Here's how you take down the robot menace once and for all.
Watch us play the opening moments of Mighty No. 9 so you don't have to.
We can't believe Mighty No. 9 is still getting delayed after all this time.
Mighty No 9 was to be the second coming of Mega Man, but does it live up to the Blue Bomber's legacy? Our review.
Keiji Inafune's new game looks pretty nice.
Mighty No. 9 is starting to be a Mega pain in the butt.
Creator Keiji Inafune says persistent matchmaking bugs are "more critical than expected."
Keiji Inafune revealed some interesting information regarding Mighty No 9, which includes the reason for its multiple delays as well as plans for a sequel.
After a second delay, the Mighty No. 9 Team has officially announced a new release date for the game.
Mighty No. 9 has been hit with yet another delay due to the game still being buggy.
Kickstarter should rightly be the ultimate free market democratization, but the strange story of Red Ash's campaign shows how campaigns have been drifting from that purpose, and now can undermine it entirely.
Just days before Red Ash is set to fall well short of its Kickstarter goal, a publisher has apparently stepped in to ensure its development. So what does that mean for Kickstarter backers that have already donated?
Will we ever see Mighty No. 9? At this point, who knows?
The first details for the Mega Man Legends-inspired Red Ash have been revealed at Anime Expo 2015, as a panel with creator Keiji Inafune began with the launch of a new Kickstarter.
Mega Man Legends creator Keiji Inafune has unveiled a new game that looks suspiciously similar to Mega Man Legends. Where have we heard this before?