When Keiji Inafune’s Mega Man spiritual successor Mighty No. 9 launched its Kickstarter campaign way back in 2013, developer Comcept offered a cardboard box and full-colour manual as collector’s items for the devoted 16,155 backers who pledged $60 or more. Now, more than a year after the game’s oft delayed launch, premium backers are getting their goods, but the results are a little lacking.
As revealed by Twitter user Isfet, the Mighty No. 9’s box is actually a series of flat sheets with some assembly required.
Worse, the manual doesn’t even fit in the box. Oops!
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