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Mighty No.9 gets collector’s edition, pre-order DLC and a new trailer

Mighty No.9 is looking mighty indeed in this new trailer. And if you’re keyed up for the release, then you might want to consider that new Collector’s Edition too.

Creator Keiji Inafune’s newest baby is looking pretty sharp in that trailer, as he does a little switcheroo with his enemies weapons. Of course, that’s nothing new to fans of a certain little blue robot that Inafune also created, but less said about that, probably the better. And really, I don’t need to say too much about him anyway since Mighty No.9 is shaping up to be all that that series was and maybe a little more.

Aside from that trailer (and the new screens shown below), there was also a Collector’s Edition announced for Mighty No.9 this week. The CE, called the Mighty No. 9: Signature Edition, will be extremely limited in availability according to publisher Deep Silver, and comes packed with some very cool extras. You’ll get the Launch Edition of the game (which includes the “Retro Hero” DLC) with a foil autograph from Inafune, as well as a 6.5″ action figure of the game’s star Beck.

Yes, an action figure, and this is no throwaway or little immovable statuette either. This bad boy has 14 points of articulation and a trio of faceplates sporting different expressions. And the price for all this? $59.99 USD. Yes, that’s it, which makes this a CE that’s a pretty phenomenal deal. Even better? Mighty No.9 is a cross buy game on the PlayStation family of consoles, so if you get one version for a PS system like the Vita, you’ll also get it for the PS3 and PS4.

September 15th is the launch date for the game in the US, with the rest of the world will getting it on the 18th, when it’ll be available everywhere for joys about every current platform in existence.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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