A controversial Kickstarted game by Keiji Inafune, Comcept and Inti Creates, aiming to recapture the glory days of the Mega Man series with a modern take on the side-scrolling action platformer.
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Inti Creates: Introduction and History - Who are Inti Creates? Well, they've been around for quite a long time at this point -- and the variety of experiences they've brought us over the years proves they're very much more than a one-trick pony.
Inti Creates: On Being a Truly International Game Developer - Some companies primarily cater to their native market. Others think globally. I chat to Matt Papa from Inti Creates about how the company emphatically falls into the latter category.
Blaster Master Zero: Retro, Reimagined - Blaster Master Zero is a spectacular reimagining of a classic title from the NES era -- simultaneously authentic to its source material and bringing new things to the mix.
Mighty No. 9: “Better than Nothing” – The Game People Love to Hate - Mighty No. 9 is one of the most notorious cautionary tales about Kickstarter... but is it really as bad as people like to make out? Of course it isn't. Let's take a closer look.
Azure Striker Gunvolt: An Electrifying Action Platformer - Azure Striker Gunvolt shows Inti Creates at its best: 16-bit styled pixel platforming, with superb precision, beautiful design and a compelling narrative.
Mighty Gunvolt Burst: Bringing It All Together - You like old-school Mega Man? Then you'll absolutely LOVE Mighty Gunvolt Burst, Inti Creates' delightful homage to the 8-bit era, featuring characters from Gal*Gun, Mighty No. 9 and Azure Striker Gunvolt.
Azure Striker Gunvolt 2: Amping It Up - Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 is a solid follow-up to the original, bringing more Septimal action, a new playable character and a variety of wonderful new antagonists to battle against.
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The MoeGamer Podcast: Episode 41 – Inti Creates, We Play - Pete and Chris explore the history and work of Inti Creates, from Mega Man Zero on to their more recent titles. Plus all the usual news and "what we've been playing" talk.
Waifu Wednesday: Call - I have a bit of a thing for robot girls, I won’t lie. It’s perhaps more accurate to say that I have a bit of a thing for certain types of robot girls, particularly those as depicted in Japanese video games and anime. I am, to be specific, a fan of robot girls who speak … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Call