2016 offered gamers plenty of great games to play, but it also had plenty of terrible releases. Check out Game Rant's look back at the worst games that 2016 had to offer.
2016 saw some of the biggest video game releases in modern memory, but they weren't all successes - here's our list of some that fell short of expectation.
With the release of Mighty No. 9 now casting a shadow over the use of crowdfunding, Game Rant takes a look at how the likes of Kickstarter can regain the faith of the community.
ICO Partners, a UK consultancy that analyzes the online video game market, claims that video game Kickstarter campaigns are raising much less in 2016 than last year.
Players who have completed Mighty No. 9 are claiming that the credits are over four hours long — which means that they're actually a little longer than the game itself.
Mighty No. 9 attempts to breath fresh life into the 2D platforming genre but it lacks the polish and magic that made Inafune's iconic series such a staple of 90s gaming.
Mighty No. 9's creator, Keiji Inafune, explains that his statements were misinterpreted yesterday and that he owns up to anything that is wrong with the game.
Sonic the Hedgehog dunks on Mighty No. 9 with a savage tweet from his official account following the Keiji Inafune-developed game's less than stellar launch on Tuesday.
Despite launching to a series of technical problems and negative review, Mighty No. 9 producer Keiji Inafune says that the current state of the game is 'better than nothing.'
In spite of the game's multiple delays, Mighty No. 9 creator Keiji Inafune teases the possibility of a sequel, stating that 'development of a sequel is already in our minds.
The newest Mighty No. 9 trailer is getting pummeled by negative responses due to its hokey marketing combined with the latent frustrations of those who are still bitter about the game's numerous delays.
After an extended wait including several major delays, Keiji Inafune is confirming that Might No. 9 is gold. The 2D side-scrolling shooter launches June 21.
Keiji Inafune announces that Mighty No. 9 has a release date, and North American fans can expect to play it on February 9, 2016 with a worldwide release to follow on Feb 12.
Retailer Gamestop confirms that Mighty No. 9 is delayed to sometime in 2016, missing the release window promised to Kickstarter backers by a full year.
Keiji Inafune and his company Comcept tease the impending full reveal of a spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends called Red Ash: The Indelible Legend.
Keiji Inafune's Kickstarter-backed Mighty No. 9 looks, sounds, and plays a lot like Mega Man, but has a quick pace and addictive combo system all of its own.
'Mighty Number 9' arrives in digital and retail stores at the end of this summer and we have the latest trailer and details about the game's collector's edition and DLC packs.
Summer usually brings with it a drought of quality gaming experiences, but this summer features some pretty great games. In particular, these 5 games are the most exciting.
Originally slated for a Spring release date, COMCEPT's 'Mega Man'-inspired 'Mighty No. 9' will now release in September and is getting a physical release.