Mighty No. 9, the upcoming title from Keiji Inafune's Comcept studio that has Mega Man fans rather excited, finally has release dates. As many have guessed it won't arrive this Spring, but is hitting the Wii U in North America on 15th September and other territories on 18th September. In even better news, there'll be a physical retail version for Nintendo's home console in addition to the usual eShop download. As for the 3DS version - along with its fellow portable iteration on the Vita - that'll come along "at a later point", while no physical release has been confirmed for the handheld.

Comcept is teaming up with Deep Silver, the major publisher based in Germany that's handled franchises such as Dead Island and Metro. It's been stated that thanks to the partnership there'll be much-wanted additions such as extra language options, as well as 'Ray' DLC that'll include an extra stage and boss battle. Kickstarter backers will get these extras and DLC for free, while the Ray content will also be included in the physical retail version.

The infographic below summarises the big details rather nicely.

Are you excited about this and planning to pick it up in September? Perhaps you're going to opt for the physical retail version? Let us know.