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The game was originally developed for the Nintendo 3DS as downloadable eShop title, as well as a free bonus game for owners of Azure Striker Gunvolt for a limited time. It was later ported to the PlayStation 4 (only in Japan under the name Gal*Gunvolt) and PC through Steam in 2015, with the latter also receiving a similar free bonus treatment from the 3DS version. The PC version includes the DLC Stage Pack from the 3DS version built-in similarly to the PlayStation 4 version, however, the PC version is a sub-par port of the game with no options outside of controller rebinding and basic display settings. The game does not support keyboard remapping whatsoever, favors DirectInput controllers over XInput, and also forces bilinear scaling when played on resolutions higher than the default 960x540.
Mighty Gunvolt is a platform game developed and published by Inti Creates. The game is a spin-off accompaniment to Inti Creates' Azure Striker Gunvolt game, additionally featuring characters from Gal*Gun and Mighty No. 9. The game was released for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan and North America in August 2014, and later in PAL regions in April 2015. A port for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, titled Gal Gunvolt, was released in Japan in August 2015. A version of the original Mighty Gunvolt was released for Microsoft Windows, and was available for free to purchasers of Azure Striker Gunvolt within the first month of its release. A sequel, Mighty Gunvolt Burst, was released in June 2017.
Mighty Gunvolt is an 8-bit style platform game in the style of Mega Man, in which players shoot their way through five main stages (as well as additional stages available as downloadable content). Players can play as one of three characters; Gunvolt from Azure Striker Gunvolt, Beck from Mighty No. 9, and Ekoro from Gal*Gun, each with their own unique abilities. Gunvolt can perform a double jump and use a chargeable lightning attack, Ekoro can float in mid-air and convert certain enemies to her side, and Beck can use slides and tackles to access certain areas and charge through opponents.
Mighty Gunvolt was first released on the Nintendo eShop alongside Azure Striker Gunvolt as a free download for players who purchased the game, and was later released as a standalone title. A version update was released in November 2014, along with downloadable content containing four additional levels. A port for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, titled Gal Gunvolt, was released in August 2015, containing all downloadable stages.
Although a total of 9 characters are playable through downloadable content (Beck, Gunvolt, Ekoro, Call, Joule, Ray, Copen, Kurona, and Tenzou), Beck and Gunvolt's stories are the most fleshed out. Both of these routes feature the player character being sucked into a digital world resembling the one seen in Mighty No. 9, and after defeating the boss of the introductory stage, meeting what appears to be an evil version of the character that wasn't selected, who challenges them to defeat the 8 Mighty Numbers. From there, 8 stages become available, which can be played in any order. Each stage features a boss fight with one of the Mighty Numbers at the end. After defeating all eight, a cutscene plays where the playable character enters a crack in the simulation, leading in to the final four stages of the game. At the end of the first of these stages, the player fights the real version of the character they saw at the end of the intro stage. After winning the battle, the evil versions of Beck and Gunvolt both appear, as well as the game's true antagonist, Teseo, an adept originally from Azure Striker Gunvolt 2. The two heroes decide to work together, and simultaneously fire their weapons at Teseo during the final boss fight. However, after his defeat, Teseo resets the virtual world to its factory settings, which would doom the playable character to float in the void forever, if not for their sidekick coming in to save them in the minigame that plays during the credits. (Call saves Beck, Joule saves Gunvolt). In both endings, the sidekicks are teased to be joining the battle, building anticipation for their release as DLC characters.
@crzysortagamer I liked it, but I probably wouldn't have played it if I didn't get the game for free by purchasing Azure Striker Gunvolt. Even for a low price, it still feels like a short side game (mostly because that's exactly what it is). My play time is at 58 minutes according to my activity log, and I beat the game with all three characters.
Mighty Gunvolt is free in Japan to players who download Azure Striker Gunvolt between August 20 and November 19, 2014. The same promotion is active for the North American release running three months starting on the day of release. Mighty Gunvolt was also offered out as a free download to all backers of the Mighty No. 9 kickstarter, as it also stars Beck, the main of that game.
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Of course, the Steam version will also receive more free updates alongside the console versions, including an extensive new story campaign with Epilogue ATEMS. The PC version also features 120 frames per second support, and all previously released downloadable content will be available day one!
Ekoro is a special exception, as she was made available free for two weeks upon her release. Later on, Nintendo console owners could download and complete the demo version to then transfer their data and unlock Ekoro for free. Playstation users get Ekoro with their purchase.
In conjunction with the North American release of Mighty Gunvolt as a standalone eShop title, you can now purchase two Gunvolt-styled themes at the cheaper price of $1.49 USD. Plus, for all the Shovel Knight fans, you can now grab the $1.99 theme to accompany your game, which was previously available for free for a limited time in Europe.
Also today, Azure Striker GUNVOLT from Inti Creates launched for 3DS. Keiji Inafune was one of the developers on this, and for a limited time, the game comes with a free digital version of Mighty GUNVOLT.
Those who buy the game will receive access to a free download that adds a new mode, a new weapon and the option to select music to add to the game. Pre-order the game at select retailers and get a free download code for a set of alternate in-game costumes for Link and Zelda. Register the game with Club Nintendo and you will net a free download code for a set of alternate costumes for Ganondorf.
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