"Assault robot proficient in hit-and-run tactics. Possesses swords capable of cutting any substance, and the mastery to wield these blades freely." - Stage Select Description
Mighty No. 7, Brandish is the seventh robot in Dr. White's mighty robot line. Similar to the previous Mighty Numbers, Brandish has been brainwashed by a digital virus, but he struggles to keep control. After Beck rescues him, Brandish will be helping him in the Power Plant stage.
Brandish's name means to wave or flourish something, especially a weapon as a threat, in anger, or excitement. Synonyms include: shake, wield, swing, swish, display, flaunt, or to show off.
Brandish's battle style is somewhat similar to that of Roxas from the Kingdom Hearts series.
- Both fight with two blades.
- Both are specialized in speed.
- In addition, both share the same Japanese VA, Koki Uchiyama.
Boss: Mighty No.7
Xel: 37,400,000 (Thirty-Seven-Million-Four-Hundred-Thousand)
Mighty No. 9 (Japanese: マイティーナンバーナイン Hepburn: Maitī Nanbā Nain) is an action-platform video game developed by Comcept, in conjunction with Inti Creates, and published by Deep Silver. The creation of the game was based on the online crowdfunding website Kickstarter and incorporated heavy input from the public. Mighty No. 9 closely resembles the early Mega Man series in both gameplay and character design, which project lead Keiji Inafune worked on, and is considered its spiritual successor.
The minimum Kickstarter goal for Mighty No. 9 was successfully funded on September 2, 2013, after only two days of the creation of the campaign. However, several other features including additional stages, special modes and ports to other platforms were confirmed after additional "stretch goals" related to it were achieved, increasing the total funds obtained to over 400% of the original goal.
The game was released for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Wii U, with the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS versions still in development. Abstraction Games and Engine Software are porting the game onto the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS respectively. The game was originally scheduled to come out in April 2015, but was delayed multiple times, with the game eventually being released worldwide in June 2016 on all non-portable platforms except Xbox 360, OS X, and Linux, with the portable versions still in development and slated to come out later in 2016.
The game was highly anticipated when it was announced, but lengthy delays and Comcept's decision to fund another project, Red Ash: The Indelible Legend, through Kickstarter were met with accusations of mismanagement. The game received a generally mixed reception from critics and Kickstarter backers upon launch. The game's design, graphics, content, voice acting, and technical issues were criticized, and critics agreed that the game failed to live up to expectations.
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