Thursday, September 19, 2013

A Mighty No. 9 Conversation with Keiji Inafune

The folks at 2 Player Productions are back again with another Mighty No. 9 interview. This week, it's a conversation with Keiji Inafune. Now, because he has so much to say in regards to Mighty No. 9 (the game, the characters, the fans, and so forth), the interview clocks in at a little over forty two minutes in length. It's humongous. I don't believe any of us have seen Inafune talk for this long.

I haven't gotten around to consume the whole video, but from what I've seen, Inafune certainly has a few interesting things to say. Check at it out at your earliest convenience!


  1. It's really a good guy....

    Capcom lose the best guy, for us and Megaman...

  2. Capcom dont know what loved is. Capcom, you are a loser! You are really a human, Keiji Inafune. Thanks for bring clone Rockman (Mighty No.9)! Thank you so much!

  3. Capcom destroyed us.... :'(
    No more news about the TGS 2013.....curse you capcom!
    We can have a next gen megaman game like Monster Hunter (hd next gen powa)
    And we have.....Xover... :'(

    No, im tired. I give up.

  4. As to-be-soon game designer/creator, I think I understand what he is trying. I can try to be a good creator like him. I know it's going to be a lot of work, but it's about fun that I should create something good or amazing. I guess Inafune was my inspiration after all. From now on, I will do my best to be a good game-creator and can make a good game, like Inafune, with the help of everyone. Capcom should have known about this. If they weren't push him too hard, he can do anything to make some new games for all of us. Now I understand why Inafune left Capcom.

  5. Meh. Inafune gets a bit too much credit. He didn't create Mega Man (the sprite was already designed and made by the time he got there, as was the game concept) and he didn't even have a hand in actual game design until, like, Mega Man 4.

    He is NOT the father of Mega Man. Step dad, maybe.

  6. Father, Step-father, uncle... doesn't matter. He worked hard to bring us this wonderful franchise and probably no one has more passion than him for it.


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