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Comcept's Mighty No. 9 has had a curious development history. It stormed to success on Kickstarter seemingly off the back of Keiji Inafune's reputation and its potential as a spiritual successor to Mega Man, yet as development wore on and more footage emerged opinions cooled. The reaction to the visual style hasn't always been positive, and multiple delays have affected its reputation further.

With Deep Silver publishing it'll now aim to earn back some of the buzz and excitement it enjoyed in its earlier days. Ahead of its February release the publisher has launched a 'Bring It' trailer, which tries to blend a humorous voiceover with plenty of action-packed sequences. It boasts of various modes and online options, too.

Check it out below and let us know whether it's doing the trick for you. Are you excited about this one's arrival on Wii U early next year - 3DS to come later - or is it failing to push your buttons?