Mighty No.9 is finally a game that’s launching relatively soon on other formats. However, we have yet to hear which team is developing the Nintendo 3DS version of the game. Well, it has been revealed that Engine Software, who are the team behind Mad Dog McCree and Sumico, will be rebuilding the game from scratch for Nintendo’s handheld. We already know that the Nintendo 3DS version has been delayed and will be released at a later date, but it certainly sounds as though there’s a fair amount of work involved.
“Right, so the 3DS version, as well as the PlayStation Vita version, is being handled by a different company called Engine Software, a developer based in the Netherlands. They’re handling the porting work. Well, it’s not really porting work anymore. We actually had to rebuild the game from scratch because of the difference between the console versions and the handheld versions. It’ll be exactly the same. Naturally, there might be little bit of a graphical downgrade just because it’s on a handheld, but the gameplay and everything else is intact.